Blessed Adoria!

Feast of Adoria

 Sulamith Wulfing illustration

Sulamith Wulfing copyright: © by Petra Michel, CA & Aquamarin Verlag, Germany  (1) 

Dear Devotees,

We wish all of you a very Blessed Feast of Adoria!

Last night, we observed Mother’s Night by lighting the final candle on our Sunwheel, the red Candle of Joy, in honor of Our Celestial Mother, Mari Sophia, Who is the Rose of Joy.  We awaited with Our Divine Mother, the birth/Emanation of Her Holy Daughter, Janah Sophia, Who is the Midnight Star of Wonder.

Today, on Daughter’s Day, known as Adoria to the Janites, we celebrate the Holy Daughter through the full lighting of the Sunwheel. We offer praise, glory and gratitude and we may  worship Her through the Rite of Veneration. (The Solitary Rite may be found here.)

Our clergy shall be offering the Great Liturgy for all of our devotees, our Ekklesia and Clan Jana.

 Sulamith Wulfing illustration

Sulamith Wulfing copyright: © by Petra Michel, CA & Aquamarin Verlag, Germany 

31. When the archangel ceased to speak, a new voice filled the air, more beautiful and
more formidable than hers. The voice said:
“Her name shall be called Kore, *
for She shall be the Lady of heaven.”
32. Then the star vanished from the sky and yet its light remained; then the shape of the light
became a vision: 33. it was a vision of the Mistress of All Things, bearing in Her arms the holy
child. 34. For all the wondrous things the children of earth had seen that night, not the whole
of them was one thousandth part as wondrous as this vision.
35. Then for twelve nights the star returned to the sky; and on the thirteenth night it did
not return. And this was a sign of things that were to come.

*Here, Kore means Daughter. Taken from the Mythos of the Divine Maid/Holy Daughter.

Sulamith Wulfing copyright: © by Petra Michel, CA & Aquamarin Verlag, Germany 

Praise be to Dea Madria, Our Divine Mother!

Praise be to Dea Filia, the Holy Daughter!

Praise and Blessings and Glory Be!

Blessed is She.

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