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Deanic Matronite Spirituality – Titles of Dea

Deanic Matronite Spirituality – Titles of Dea

Hello Folks,
I am sharing ArchMatrona Georgia’s letter and document.
I am probably not the only one to agree with her on this matter.
It is the reason, that I have avoided reading Greek myths.
Sophia Ruth


After reading through many Patriarchal legends about the gods and goddesses of various cultures, I got really tired of the character and the deeds of the divine being portrayed as less than all powerful (vulnerable to harm), limited in knowledge (capable of being deceived or seduced) less than virtuous (capable of tricking others or acting dishonourably) and having been created from a strange assortment of original causes (mostly impersonal). So, I decided to write out a Matriarchal list of the titles of Dea emphasizing Her Sovereignty, Her Virtue and Her Motherhood.


ArchMatrona Georgia

The Elegant Lady Feminine Seminary (The E L F S)
(ArchMatrona Georgia – Celtic/Norse Deanic Faith)
Ladies ONLY – Respect her soul path, no discussion.


Deanic Matronite Spirituality – Titles of Dea

I: Queen of Heaven (the Cosmea)

Annual, Cosmos Bipinnatus, Summer Colour, Versailles

Annual, Cosmos Bipinnatus, Summer Colour, Versailles

The cosmea (Cosmos bipinnatus) is an annual plant from the sunflower family (Asteraceae).
Cosmea or Cosmos; flower meaning ‘peaceful’

The name “cosmea” is derived from the word “cosmos” meaning “peaceful-harmonious-orderly”. Dea is the Generatrix of Peace-Harmony-Order. [Dea is the Power which dispells War-Conflict-Confusion]. Dea is symbolically described as the Supernal Sun and “the cosmea”, a sunflower, is aptly named in Her honour.

An annual plant completes its life cycle from germination to seed within one year. Examples are spring wheat and hemp . The plant dies off after the seed set, such as in spring wheat or die at the end of the year. Annuals are among the monocarpic ic plants.

Sunflowers – Daisy Family

Dea is Sovereign [Free-Peaceful]: Freedom (Liberty) and Calm (Tranquility)

Her Authority and Her Powers are Supreme and Self-determined.
She is the Source and Origin of All Government and All Influence.
Her Position is Self-generated and Self-sustained.
Nothing about Her is defined by, derived from, or dependent upon, a relation to, any male gods: father, uncle, consort, husband, brother, or son.
Her Powers are All-knowing, All-controlling and Ever-present.
No one and nothing can be hidden from Her, deceive Her, thwart Her will, be lost by Her, be taken from Her, or be separated from Her presence.
Her Rule is Liberating and Calming.
She frees from Bondage and Anxiety

II: Guardian of Virtue (the Good)

Dea is Virtuous [Good-Honorable]:
Eternal Life (the River & the Tree), Eternal Light (the Lamp & the Word), Eternal Love (the Well & the Flower)

All of the Virtues (Goodness-Righteousness) are derived from Her Character.
All of the Vices (Evil-Wickedness) are in opposition to Her Character.
She is in charge of both Life and Death.
Life always triumphs over Death.
She is in control of both Light and Darkness.
Light always wins over Darkness.
She is in command of both Love and Hate.
Love always vanquishes Hate.

III: Mother of All (the Creatrix)

creātrix f ‎(genitive creātrīcis); third declension 1. A female who brings forth or produces; a mother. 2. A female founder, authoress, creatrix.

Dea is the Ancestor (the Matriarch): Parent (the Matrix of All Genders)

1. matrix an enclosure within which something originates or develops (from the Latin for womb)

She is the Founding Mother of all Families
All Life Forms: Divine, Angelic, Nature Spirit, Human, Animal, Plant, or Other, are generated by (emanated from) Her Person.





Black Madonna Mother of God of Ostra Brama, Mother of Mercy Lithuania, Vilna

Our Lady is exalted among the daughters of Heaven.

Shining Inanna, Star of the Sea,

Robed in celestial light.

She abases the cruel and proud,

And hearkens to the plea of the lowly.

The rich who deny her godhead find not contentment,

But blessed is the humblest of Her servants.

She delivers the captive into Her care,

And takes the hand of the fallen.

May the whole world praise Thee, beloved Inanna,

May Thy glory be told of in all the earth.

Let them exalt Thy dominion

And Thy valiant courage

And glorify Thy holy Name.

Have mercy on Thy servant who gives Thee blessing

And take Thy servant’s hand in need and suffering.

In illness and distress give Thy servant the gift of life

May Thy servant go forever in joy and delight

To magnify Thy holy Name

Before all the peoples of the world.

The earliest surviving version of this prayer is about 4,000 years old


I make this gender neutral by replacing her with their, them, they and she with Thy servant.

I have a small booklet Mythos of the Divine Maid, it is at the back of that and also in The Sacred Myths and Rites of the Madrians by Philip Jackson on page 47 and 48. My version is on a smaller page and has hand drawn flowering borders but the wording is exactly the same. I did not find the ancient version (4,000 years old) on the internet, as it came from a book or manuscript in the 1970s.

Inanna, can be replaced by Jana, Anna, Rhianne, whichever name for immanent Dea you find most meaningful.