4th December 2018 An Invitation to ask questions of Sister/Madria Julia author of the Madrian Filianic Deanic Scriptures

Sister Julia (become a “Donna” Julia meaning head of household at Easter 1981)  wrote articles in every issue 1976-1981:

“The Symbolism of the Divine Names a subject for contemplation”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 1, Winter & Moura, 1976

“The Cross”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 2, Easter Spring, 1977

“THE FEMALENESS OF GOD The image and essence of the Divine”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 3, Summer, 1977

“THANATOS the ultimate death-wish”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 4, Autumn, 1977

“PENANCE: WHAT IT REALLY MEANS a subject for Moura”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 5, Winter & Moura, 1977

“The Hanged One” (with Sister Angelina)
The Coming Age periodical Issue 6, Easter Spring, 1978

“The Mirror of Wisdom An Introduction to the Science of Symbolism”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 8, Autumn, 1978

“Being Human”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 7, Summer, 1978

“Walking With Our Lady”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 9, Winter & Moura, 1978

“Who is Our Lady Or Rather: Who Are We”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 10, Easter Spring, 1979

“With God As Our Princess”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 11, Summer, 1979

“Hail Inanna! How to meet God in your heart”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 12, Autumn, 1979

“The Gentle Way Offering Everything to God, we can find contentment in Her created world”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 13, Winter & Moura, 1979

“Childhood, Youth and Maturity A Study in Decadence”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 14, Easter Spring, 1980

“The Art of Adoration”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 15, Summer, 1980

“SPIRITUAL PARENTAGE And The Primacy of Matriarchy”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 16, Autumn, 1980

“The Fountain of Life The Care of the Young Soul”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 17, Winter & Moura, 1980

“Matriarchal History Haiela Cantré”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 18, Easter Spring, 1981

“Matriarchal History The Other Crusade”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 19, Summer, 1981

“Strength Through Serenity The Nature of Femininity”
The Coming Age periodical Issue 19, Autumn, 1981

When the Aristasians republished them or otherwise referred to her, it was as “Ranya Iulya” (meaning spiritual teacher).

Original Post: https://filianismorigins.wordpress.com/2018/12/04/filianic-scriptures-origin/

4th December 2018 – Origin of the Filianic Scriptures

An interview with one of the first Filianists.

Observations

The respondent was a Sister/head of household in The Coming Age articles and is now a Madria (Priestess).

The author of the blog and interviewer Suraline uses present-day terminology – Filianic originated by the Chapel.

The author of the blog uses interviews in the same manner as
Sister Angelina’s Interview with Bryony Evans
Free PDF download: http://filianicstudies.org/cms/items/show/85

An interview with Lady Aquila on the direction Aristasia, the Feminine Empire, is taking today. (Post Bridgehead”)
http://www.mother-god.com/aristasia.html

The author of the blog removed their name Suraline and avatar photo on 27th December 2018.

Research on the name:

Sura – a chapter or section of the Koran
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/sura

Sura As a baby name: Sanskrit “a God”
http://www.ourbabynamer.com/meaning-of-Sura.html

-line names are used more often as feminine names.
http://www.thinkbabynames.com/end/0/line

2 Unlikely Meanings:
Sural – Of or relating to the calf of the leg
https://www.dictionary.com/browse/surah

Sural a soft, twilled silk or rayon fabric.
https://www.dictionary.com/browse/surah

Comments on the interview

Observations

Suraline identifies themselves as an interviewer.

The blog author and interviewer state that they have made a mistake using the title Madria (priestess) for Julia.

The author also uses the same image which appears on the AAV Aristasian Authorised Edition book cover (sold by the Chapel and Sun Daughter Press):

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Discovered the source of a quote/Fragment of Lost Verses ECE 3

To all devotees and friends,

This quote: (4) Fear not the unknown, for I am the unknown. (Madrian Literature Circle, ‘Intellect Against Intellectualism’, p. 2)
has been included under the heading Fragment of Lost Verses in The Eastminster Critical Edition of the Clear Recital, Version: ECE 3rd Edition. [1]

I knew that this missing verse from the Madrian Scriptures chimed with me. I bought this book from F.O.I. founder Olivia Robertson when I returned home from Burtonport. I have been searching and today rediscovered the relevant information:

“Fear not the unknown: for I am the Unknown. From Me riseth suns and their children the planets: and when suns reach their appointed time, I take them to Me in My dark embrace: for I am both Birth and Death. And the sun that loses its brightness in My Abyss, returns to greater life in other spheres: for I am Mistress of the Spheres. I am the space within each atom: from its heart I give birth to new galaxies. I take to Myself that which is to be transformed into greater life. So is it with yourselves. I need each sun, each tree, each one of you: for without the least of you My starry body is incomplete. I know you. Learn to know Me.”

~ excerpt from Oracle of the Goddess Nuit, from
“Dea, Rites and Mysteries of the Goddess,” by Olivia Robertson
The 1st edition of Dea, Rites and Mysteries of the Goddess has a date of 1980. https://www.stickfigurebooks.com/shop/stickfigure/031944.html

Personally, I have always doubted that “Fear not the unknown, for I am the unknown.” was actual Madrian Scripture but was rather speaking to the wider Pagan community.

To me, it resonates as Absolute Deity/Great Mother.

May Déa bless you. Blessed is She.
Prima Madria Sophia

Reference:

[1] (with thanks to the Madrian, independent Déanic & Filianic contributors and editor Mr Race MoChridhe)

November 2017
The Filianic Scriptures, The Eastminster Critical Edition of the Clear Recital
Version: ECE 3rd Edition

Free download as a PDF file, MOBI for Kindle, and EPUB for iOS and Android phones. http://filianicstudies.org/publishing/ece/