The Order of Kore Di-Jana (Janite Déanic Tradition) uses the Clear Recital edition 3 and the Sacred Myths and Rites of the Madrian editions of the Scriptures.
We view the Myth of Creation and the Myth of the Divine Maid/ Daughter as sacred, inspiring stories which use various sources to speak of a perennial Mystery. The scriptures are based, in part, upon the Pelasgian Mythos, the Myth of Persephone and Demeter, the Christian Mysteries and the Passion mythos of Inanna, although I think most would agree that the goddess of sex and war is not a suitable Image/Form for the Most Pure Holy Daughter. These mythos were never meant to be taken literally. Rather, they are human stories which speak of a Sacred Cosmic Drama which takes place out of time.
The Order of Kore Di-Jana (Janites) differ from other traditions:
Our sacred and ritual faith is based upon the pre-patriarchal Sophia Mythos.
We do not accept a literal passion and death of God the Daughter, rather, we believe this death to be symbolic of the suffering of Her descent into the lower realms similar to the suffering of the descent of pre-patriarchal Sophia.
We would also like to point out that the Janite community does not accept any notion of original sin or that we willfully ‘turned away’ from the Celestial Mother through our own moral fault. Rather, our Creed makes clear that we left Our Mother in order to gain knowledge. (And, to evolve our souls.) This was, in no way, any type of Original Sin. And so, when we read the Mythos, we must keep these points in mind.
While we accept the first part of Heart of Water, verses 1-31, and also 47-64; verses 32-46 were specifically written for certain households in the past. These verses have been misused in the past and have no place in our Faith.
November 2017 Eastminster Critical Edition of The Filianic Scriptures known as ECE or The Clear Recital, edition 3. Free download as a PDF file, MOBI for Kindle, and EPUB for iOS and Android phones. http://apronstrings.racemochridhe.com/ece/
(with thanks to the Madrian, independent Déanic & Filianic contributors and editor Mr Race MoChridhe).
This is a more complete and accurate rendition of The Madrian Scriptures within the book Sacred Myths and Rites of the Madrians edited by Philip P Jackson. Hardback copies may be available to purchase here https://www.biblio.com/book/sacred-myths-rites-madrians-philip-jackson/d/634576068
The other modernised language Scripture is that of the New Celestial Union edition, which we have used in the past.
All links to obtain the various Scriptures are under the Resources menu.