Di Jana as Princess of the World
Spiritual Guide and Tutor in how to live a Spiritual Life on the manifest planes (all worlds).
Di Jana as Soul of the World, descended (Her Holiness suffered in ways beyond our knowing) and gathered souls from every plane of manifestation, even from the lowest depths of Hell. She remained upon the manifest planes, and taught and governed in such a manner that all children of Dea may live in the manifest planes by the Spirit’s Divine Light and we may follow Her Holiness and tread the pathways to Heaven.
Artist: Vladimir Suvorov
If our soul requires further training / advancement to achieve Perfect Love and Union then we rest for a short time in Di Jana’s Paradise, a Heavenly World of Her Love, the Western Isle, or Abalon: Old Celtic form of Avalon which means land of apples.
Glossary of Clan Jana
In ancient Rome, Diva Jana or Di-Jana also means Divine Gate. For Clan Jana, the Holy Daughter is the Divine Gate of Gentle Light through Whom we find our way back to Union in Perfection. In this way, She is considered Soteria, Saviouress.
Appropriate Scripture and Psalm
Free download: https://theahaus.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/fulltext-of-ncuv.pdf
(with thanks to Glenn King)
The Filianic Scriptures, New Celestial Union
Version (Second Edition, Third Update)
More Scripture relating to the Holy Daughter as Princess of the World
See also Day of Maia
Title 1, Chapter 10
THE HOLY MYTHOS
4. …And She showed them how to offer sacrifice to the Mother of All Things. 5. And She said, “When the time has come for Me to go from you, I shall still be with You and shall never leave you, not for one fragment of an hour until we are together in completion. 6. But I shall unite you all who love Me in one great soul; [replacing “body” as Di Jana does not have a body] 7. the highest and the lowest, the living and the dead, those who falter at the door, and those who have climbed to the highest tower, all shall be one in My soul [replacing “body” as Di Jana does not have a body] which I have given to the world, and all shall be nourished by My Spirit.”
8. And they did not understand Her, but only wept that She must leave them. And She spoke no more of this, but taught them, and revealed many hidden things, such as though they may fill a hundred books.
THE TEACHINGS OF THE DAUGHTER
The “Filianic texts,” in the Title 3 are so called since these are teachings written in a form of the Daughter of Thea speaking to us.
Verses are cited in the format of “title:chapter:verse,” like “1:3:9,” for instance, which points to the third chapter of the Holy Mythos (title 1), ninth verse
Title 3. Filianic Texts, or the collected sayings of the Daughter of Thea [308 verses]
Title 3, Chapter 1
THE TEACHINGS OF THE DAUGHTER
also known as THE THOUGHTS OF THE MIND
Title 3, Chapter 2.
Title 3, Chapter 3
Title 3, Chapter 4
THE SECRET OF THE WORLD
Title 3, Chapter 5
THE SERMON OF THE APPLE SEED
Title 3, Chapter 6
THE THREE LOVES
Title 3, Chapter 7
THE VEIL OF MATTER
Title 3, Chapter 8
THE WAY OF SIMPLICITY
Title 3, Chapter 9
ON OUR MOTHER’S LOVE
Illustration from The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald. (1920)
Psalms to Thea
The explaination of his adaption from the 13th century Marian Psalter.
by Glenn King
As of now I call this group of psalms simply The Psalms of Thea. Check this
PSALM 118F – How Have I Loved Your Law
How have I loved your law, O Lady? It is forever in my sight.
The abundance of your love has drawn my heart out of me:
And my flesh has wonderfully rejoiced in thee.
How sweet are your words, O Lady,
above all song they are precious to my ears.
Your words are light to my steps: and illumination to my paths.
How often have my sins conquered me?
But because I will not stray from your love I will be redeemed.
In you, O Lady have I hoped.
with many thanks to Glenn King