Becoming a Devotee

If you wish to be self-consecrated as a member of the Kore Di-Jana Ekklesia, please see:

If you simply wish to become a devotee of Dea:

After reading “About Us”, “Our Beliefs”, “Virtues”, “Holy Trinity” & “Seven Great Janae,” you may find yourself wishing to develop a relationship with Mother God / Dea (Day-ah). There are many different ways to honour and communicate with Dea.

Personal Names + Titles of the Holy Feminine Trinity in use by Madrians – Filianics – Deanics

Creating a Shrine

“Each devotee must worship Dea under the Living Stream image that speaks to their soul whether it be (Catholic) Mary, Anna, Koré, Sophia, Shekinah, Tara, Quan Yin, Amaterasu, or the Hindu Goddesses. The Living Face of Déa, which tugs at the heartstrings of a devotee. is most often an image either of their ancestral or spiritual ‘blood’, so to speak.” ArchMadria Emerita Pamela Lanides

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Choose a picture, statue (or internet image for an e-shrine) of Déa and place on a shelf, table, chest of drawers, perhaps with a doily, piece of lace, handkerchief under Her. With 1, 3, 5 or 7 candles or electric lights. Offer Her small gifts, incense (if not allergic), flowers, symbolic jewellery, poems, paintings etc.


“Just talk to her the way you would think to talk to your own mother. Say good morning to Her when you wake up. vent about your frustrations to Her. Tell Her about that one thing that makes you upset. Randomly tell Her that you love Her. Tell Her what you are grateful for, or something that made you happy today, and say goodnight to Her etc etc. There is a time and a place for being formal, like during ritual, but She is also our Heavenly Mama and wants for us to talk to Her, and to run to Her whenever we are sad and lost and afraid, just like a mother would.”

“Since I’m not great at word prayers there’s a thing I’ve been trying which is just directing my attention to Dea and focusing on her. Or dedicating good sensations to her like autumn smells and the sight of conkers.”


Given our current hectic lifestyles, chanting the Name of Dea is the easiest path to follow. When we chant Dea’s Name it bestows maximum spiritual benefits. Any repeated thought or action forms an impression that if reinforced becomes a centre. The same principle is used to create the devotion centre through chanting.



Formal Prayers




Before eating:

Informal Meditation

Meditation need not be elaborate nor time-consuming. We can meditate in a quiet place by simply folding our hands in prayer, closing our eyes and bringing ourselves into the Presence/awareness of Dea. No words. No prayers. Just resting our minds on Her and listening. ArchMadria Candra Sophia

None of these are mandatory.