Janati Names used by myself

Janati Names used by myself

The Names used by myself are mainly Clan Jana, with a couple of personal differences to clarify their stream for me.

3 Janati of Spirit

Lady Rhaya – March 6 (5 if a leap year) / Moura 15
The origin of Rhaya is the Old Greek language.
The name is of obscure meaning, possibly from rheo or rheos (meaning ‘river, stream’).
Rhaya is a form of the English, German, and Greek name Rhea.
Rhaya is pronounced Ree ah
http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Rhaya

Lady Theia / Lucia – March 6 (5 if a leap year) / Moura 15
Latin feminine form from lux ‎(“light”)
Theia is pronounced Thigh ah
Lucia is pronounced Loo Ce ah
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Lucia#Latin
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Lucius#Latin

Lady Candra – March 6 (5 if a leap year) / Moura 15
From Sanskrit चन्द्र ‎(candra, “moon”).
Candra is pronounced Can drah
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/candra

From Middle English mone, from Old English mōna ‎(“moon”), from Proto-Germanic *mēnô ‎(“moon”), from Proto-Indo-European *mḗh₁n̥s ‎(“moon, month”), probably from *meh₁- ‎(“to measure”). Cognate with Scots mone, mune, muin ‎(“moon”), North Frisian muun ‎(“moon”), West Frisian moanne ‎(“moon”), Dutch maan ‎(“moon”), German Mond ‎(“moon”), Swedish måne ‎(“moon”), Icelandic máni ‎(“moon”), Latin mēnsis ‎(“month”). See also month, a related term within Indo-European.
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/moon

4 Janati of Earth

Lady Grace – March 25 / Columbina 5
From Middle English grace, from Old French grace (Modern French grâce), from Latin grātia “kindness, favour, esteem”, from grātus ‘pleasing’ from Proto-Indo-European *gʷerH- ‎(“to praise, welcome”).
Grace is pronounced GreyS
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/grace#English

Lady Vicka – June 13 / Rosa 1
Latin for victor, diminutive of Victoria (English, German, Romanian, and Spanish).
Vicka is pronounced Vih-Kah
http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Vicka

Lady Justina – Sept 5 / Abalon 1
Latin feminine iustus ‎(“just”).
1. just, righteous
2. lawful, legal
3. justified, merited, well-deserved, due
4. (figuratively) exact, straight, direct
From Proto-Italic *jowestos, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂yew-.
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Justine#English
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/iustus#Latin
The baby girl name Justina is pronounced in English as JHuhS-TIY-Nah
http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Justina

Lady Sofia – Nov 28 / Astrea 1:
From Ancient Greek σοφία ‎(sophía, “wisdom”).
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Sophia
Pronunciation for Sofia: So-FIY-ah
http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Sofia

The Janati Rosary

Reblogged from  https://deanic.com

The Janati Rosary

All prayers on this blog are suggestions, only. They are not mandatory for Janite members.As inspired by ArchMatrona Georgia E. B. Cobb of Lady of Light Chantry

In Supernal Reality, the Janati may be understood as aspects of Dea in angelic form or as the Seven Feminine Archangels. They are the Seven Powers or Faces of Our Divine Mother God. The Janati have unique names according to each particular Deanic Tradition.

Please note, Jana, in reference to the individual Janati, means Gate or Divine Gate. Of interest: The goddess Diana was known as Di-Jana or Divine Gate.

Abal was the old Welsh word for apple.

 

THE JANATI ROSARY

 The Janati rosary is comprised of seven septads. For all correspondences of the Seven Janati, please see the chapter on the Seven Janati.

With repetition, the Virtues of the Janati will easily be memorized. The Seven Streams of Virtue are a central part of the Janite Deanic religion.

If only one septad a day is desired, the appropriate days have been noted.

To begin:

Trace the sign of the Fora: In the Name of the Mother and of the Daughter and of the Great Mother.

Blessed is She.

On the pendant:

Blessed is Our Mother God, the Holy One,

She Who is Mari,

She Who is Kore,

She Who is the Great Mother,

Blessed is She.

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On the next three beads:

O, Fiery Rose of Heaven,

O, Great Dove of the Waters,

O, Veiled Fora of Faith, be with us.

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First Septad: Madria Theia

Symbol: The Sun.

Day: Sunnadi/Sunday

Large bead or charm: Silver Star of the Waters.

Seven small beads: O, Madria Theia, Jana of Illumination, Joy and Benevolence, be with us.

Space before next large bead: The Eternity Prayer.

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Second Septad: Madria Candra

Symbol: The Moon

Day: Lunadi/Monday

Large bead or charm: Silver Star of the Waters.

Seven small beads: O, Madria Candra, Jana of Reflection, Reason and Purity, be with us.

Space before next large bead: The Eternity Prayer.

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Third Septad: Madria Vicka

Symbol: The Rose

Day: Rosadi/Tues.

Large bead or charm: Silver Star of the Waters.

Seven small beads: O, Madria Vicka, Jana of Courage, Strength and Valor, be with us.

Space before next large bead: The Eternity Prayer.

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Fourth Septad: Madria Sofia

Symbol: The North Star

Day: Stelladi/Wed.

Large bead or charm: Silver Star of the Waters.

Seven small beads: O, Madria Sofia, Jana of Intelligence, Intuition and Wisdom, be with us.

Space before next large bead: The Eternity Prayer.

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Fifth Septad: Madria Thema

Symbol: The Apple

Day: Abalday/Thurs.

Large bead or charm: Silver Star of the Waters.

Seven small beads: O, Madria Thema, Jana of Justice, Order and Harmony, be with us.

Space before next large bead: The Eternity Prayer.

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Sixth Septad: Madria Grace

Symbol: The Dove

Day: Columbadi/Fri.

Large bead or charm: Silver Star of the Waters.

Seven small beads: O, Madria Grace, Jana of Compassion, Love and Mercy, be with us.

Space before next large bead: The Eternity Prayer.

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Seventh Septad: Madria Rhea

Symbol: The Fora

Day: Foradi/Sat.

Large bead or charm: Silver Star of the Waters.

Seven small beads: O, Madria Rhea, Jana of Steadfastness, Temperance and Self-restraint, be with us.

Space before next large bead: The Eternity Prayer.

On the pendant:

Let us bless the Queen of Heaven.

Blessed is She.

Let us thank the Seven Janati of Power.

Thanks be to the Seven Janati.

Trace the Fora:

In the Name of the Mother, and of the Daughter, and of the Great Mother.

Blessed is She.

~
ArchMadria Pamela Lanides

Finger, Handbag, Trouser Pocket Rosary for Autumn Holy Trinity – Apples of Wisdom, Divine Life, Light & Love

Finger, Handbag, Trouser Pocket Rosary for Autumn Holy Trinity – Apples of Wisdom, Divine Life, Light & Love

Size:

Pendant 4 inches
Gemstone loop 6 inches

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Construction and price:

Colours & Symbol:
The Great Mother: 5 petals of a darker purple dianthus
The Celestial Mother: 5 petals of lighter pink apple blossom
The World Soul Daughter: 5 pentacle star seed of the
Apple of Wisdom, green with leaf

inspired by ArchMadria Pamela’s post

All LIFE rests in potentiality, within Source or Absolute Deity, the Great Mother, Dea Matrona.
She Who is the ‘Bright Shimmering Darkness’ and the ‘Dark beyond the light and Light beyond the Darkness’ The Ground of all being. Dea is the first, and highest and only necessary “thing” [Intelligence/Spirit] that exists.
Dea Matrona emanated / “breathed out” the Matrix & Creatrix, Dea Matrea, Celestial Mother Mari.

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The seed, containing the blueprint and essence of the life of the Apple Tree, is symbolic of the Matrix & Creatrix, Dea Matrea, Celestial Mother Mari, Who, Herself, contains the Supernal Blueprint and ESSENCE of the Tree of Life.
She gathers from Source or Absolute Deity, the Great Mother, the seeds containing the Essence of Life and She births [emanates] them into material manifestation. Therefore, the Holy Mother Mari is, for us: Dea, Apple of Wisdom.

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The outer apple represents the material manifestation of Creation. The inner spiritual seeds containing the Essence of Life, taken together with the outer apple of material manifestation represent the two Threads of the Spiritual and the Material being woven together to create All Being, FORM, which is exactly what Divine Soul Di Jana, Apple of Wisdom, signifies.

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Collage of my Pendant idea

1. Holy Trinity Pendant

in English White Oak wood (Janya Lady Justina / Thema pronounced Thay-ma correspondences)
with artwork collage, I am commissioning pendants from Madria Erin’s source:
https://www.facebook.com/moonscraft/

£15

2. Apple beads x3 in Mashan Jade (Dyed Apple Green Marble)

10mm x3 (41 beads) £3.73 1/2 pence  https://www.beadshopuk.com 0.09 pence each x 3 = 0.27  pence

The healing properties of Marble is used as a cleanser which is beneficial for the blood, skin and systems that help cleanse the body such as the lymphatic, digestive system and integumentary system. Metaphysically this stone is beneficial for clarity during tantric activities and meditative states. It aids strength of self control and mastery of thought. It improves total recall of dreams and provides protection, stability and structure of one’s physical, emotional and spiritual facets.

3. three seed beads in clear rock crystal quartz

8mm (6 beads) 0.99 pence http://www.charming-beads.co.uk 0.1 1/2 pence each = 0.99 pence

Its name derives from the Ancient Greek “krustallos” meaning ice because they believed that quartz was ice that never melted because it was formed by the gods.

Properties – Believed to be the most powerful healing and energy amplifier. It absorbs, stores and releases energy and is excellent for unblocking.

4. “septade” 4x (Earth) beads in Dark Blue Dyed Jade

10mm (38 beads) £4.48 1/2 pence  http://www.beadshopuk.com 0.12 pence each x 4 = 0.47 pence

5. “septade” 3x (Heaven) beads in Purple Dyed Jade

8mm (10 beads) £2.96 https://www.beadshopuk.com 0.29 1/2 pence each x 3 = 0.88 1/2 pence

Jade is known as the “heart” stone as it enhances all aspects of love, is also known as the stone that brings abundance and is also known as stone for bringing emotional balance and stability. Jade is also known to give self reliance and confidence. is known also for its protective qualities especially with children with illnesses. Jade comes in many shades of green. Jade is more known in ancient times for its toughness. Jade may also come in shades of grey, white, black, yellow or orange or even violet tones.

Type C Jade: This refers to jade that has been color enhanced (to be blunt, dyed). Jade is a porous stone so it is easy and inexpensive to dye. A variety of methods can be used – from sophisticated polymers to as simple as boiling the jade in dyed water. Most bright green jade and purple jade is the result of dye, but clever sneaky jade dealers are also dying the color so that it is subtle and mottled – just slightly better than it was – so that it looks more natural.

Jade Imitations
These are materials that look like jade (sometimes extremely convincingly!) but are not at all jade – not even remotely related to it.
Dyed polycrystalline quartz (aka dyed chalcedony): This is very convincing because it has the same granular-looking translucence as jade (even with a microscope!). You can tell the
difference sometimes because the quartz will take on a higher polish than the jade (vitreous luster vs. waxy luster)
Glass:
Plastic:
Serpentine:
Hydrogrossular garnet
Chrysoprase

Read More http://www.shopgemstones.com/how-to-tell-if-jade-is-real-or-
fake.html#ixzz4L8GC1aTK

Bracelet total cost: £17.61 1/2 pence

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Photograph of finished pendant from Moonscraft

PRAYERS

1. Triad of Mother God

Deae Matres [pronounced DEE-uh MOT-rays] (or Deae Matronae), throughout northern Europe more generally known as the Matres or Matrones.

Copywrite of the Matriarch of the Janite Deanic Ekklasia, ArchMadria (Bishop) Pamela

(Adapted/Shortened version)

Psalm 12: Sweet is the Fruit of Your Wisdom

Dea, Sweet is the Fruit of Your Wisdom,
profound is the Mystery contained therein.
Astonished am I, to find the secrets of the vast cosmos
hidden within the tiniest seed of life.
Overjoyed am I, to taste of its knowledge;
the surety of its faith uplifts me.
I will contemplate the Real of the Above
hidden within the seed of the Below.
Everything, in its Season, must be.

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2. Apple beads x3 in Mashan Jade (Dyed Apple Green Marble)

(I made these three up, adapted from ArchMadria Pamela)

O, Dea, Apple of Wisdom,

we thank You, we bless You and we adore You.
For through Your everlasting life,
we are protected by the Veiled Stillness at the Centre of All.
The Heavenly Mother and the Divine Soul Daughter
find Their Completion in You.
O, Great Mother, Dark beyond the light and Light beyond the darkness.
O, Great Mother, You are the Wise Apple of our source, Life.
O, Dea, Apple of Wisdom, be with us.

O, Dea, Apple of Wisdom,

we thank You, we bless You and we adore You.
For through Your resplendent light,
we are warmed by the certainty of Your Unconditional Love.
Divine Soul Daughter was sent by You, so all creation would be saved.
O, Heavenly Mother, illuminating Holy Light, splendid Essence of Purity.
O, Heavenly Mother, You are the Wise Apple of our life lived in Spirit.
O, Dea, Apple of Wisdom, be with us.

O, Dea, Apple of Wisdom,

we thank You, we bless You and we adore You.
For through Your perfect mediation of Spirit and Soul to form,
we are elevated by the Holy Love of Your Pure Divinity in all the worlds.
O, Divine Soul Daughter whose Gentle Light guides and sustains all.
O, Divine Soul Daughter, You are High Priestess and Divine Gate to Spirit.
O, Divine Soul Daughter, You are the Wise Apple of our soul seeking Spirit.
O, Dea, Apple of Wisdom, be with us.

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My finished portable seasonal Rosary for Autumn

3. three seed beads in clear rock crystal quartz

I cannot decide between these two, although I may go for the simpler option 1 to start with!

Option 1
1). Eternal is the Life of the Great Mother. We thank You. we bless You, we adore You.
2). Eternal is the Light of the Heavenly Mother. We thank You. we bless You, we adore You.
3). Eternal is the Love of the Divine Soul Daughter. We thank You. we bless You, we adore You.

or

Option 2
(I made this up, adapted from ArchMadria Pamela)
1). Hail, Deantha Vespera: Divine Flower of the Evening, Life & Source of All, be with us.
2). Hail, Sapientes Pomum Flores Coeli: Wise Apple Flower of Heaven of the Noon-tide, Light & Essence of Creation, be with us.
3). Hail, Pomum Aurora: Apple Fruit of the Dawn, Love & Soul of the World, be with us.

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4. seven “septade” beads

in the Liturgical colours of Janya Lady Justina of Dyed Dark Blue Jade 10mm (4 beads for the 4 Janyati of the manifest planes) and Dyed Purple Jade 8mm (3 beads for the Janyati of Spirit).

Option 1

From The Seven Jeweled Rays
Copywrite of the Matriarch of the Janite Deanic Ekklasia, ArchMadria (Bishop) Pamela

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Justina meaning Just, Righteous.

I am Justina, the Blue Ray of Justice. I am the Natural Law of the Cosmos.
The Four-Fold Earth is where I reign and it is Earth that I guard.
Come to me when you are in need of truth and fairness and I will defend you with all my might.
Learn of me the Jade Stones of Order and Harmony and your Path shall be made clear.
If you are in need of material sustenance, you shall never go without.
Lean on me in times of trial and I shall heed your cry.
I am Justina.

or

Option 2
4 x Dyed Dark Blue Jade beads as above in Option 1
and
3 x Dyed Purple Jade beads beads for the 3 Janyas of Spirit

Hail, Three in One Dea, Life, Light & Love Divine & Apple of Wisdom. Glory be to Thee.
Blessed art Thou, Glorious is the Eternity of She, who is, Blessed is She.
Divine Madria Dea, bless us, Thy children, now and always and forever.

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5. three seed beads in clear crystal

I cannot decide between these two, although I may go for the simpler option 1 to start with!

Option 1
1). Eternal is the Life of the Great Mother. We thank You. we bless You, we adore You.
2). Eternal is the Light of the Heavenly Mother. We thank You. we bless You, we adore You.
3). Eternal is the Love of the Divine Soul Daughter. We thank You. we bless You, we adore You.

or

Option 2
(I made this up, adapted from ArchMadria Pamela)
1). Hail, Deantha Vespera: Divine Flower of the Evening, Life & Source of All, be with us.
2). Hail, Sapientes Pomum Flores Coeli: Wise Apple Flower of Heaven of the Noon-tide, Light & Essence of Creation, be with us.
3). Hail, Pomum Aurora: Apple Fruit of the Dawn, Love & Soul of the World, be with us.

Swan carved from an Apple – Janya Justina

Swan carved from an Apple – Janya Justina

See Lady Justina’s correspondences

https://mydevotionstodea.wordpress.com/2016/09/07/moondaymonday-1st-abalonseptember-5th-2016-the-feast-of-lady-justina/

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Norse Mythology

The Norn named Urd or Wyrd (meaning ‘Fate’ or ‘Past’), gave her name to the well that was situated beneath one of the roots of Yggdrasil, the cosmic tree, and that was where the gods would hold their daily meeting.

http://uranus.eficode.fi/jsalonen/jani/main_myth_114.html

There are also two swans that drink from the well, and this water is so pure that all things that touch it are turned white, including this first pair of swans and all those descended from them…

http://mythology.wikia.com/wiki/Yggdrasil

Thanks to ArchMatrona Georgia’s research

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https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Deanic_conversations/conversations/topics/1970

After reading ArchMatronia Georgia’s wonderful explanations about how the swan is the symbolic bird of Kyria Themis.
Georgia Cobb
Oct 3 2015
Yes, ArchMatrea Pamela,

The swan is a symbol of a) beauty, b) fidelity in love, c) grace, d) music, particularly soothing, e) poetry, f) the soul, in flight between earth and heaven, and g) the clear light of the sun in the heavens. All these symbols are related to divine law or natural order. The symbolic color of Kyria Themis is also blue, as in the blue skies and the blue water, in which the Swan flies or swims. While many swans are white, there are blue and black swans as well. Swans also mate for life.

Regards,

ArchMatrona Georgia

and her apple swan sculpture graphic, I followed http://www.wikihow.com/Make-an-Apple-Swan

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Although it is more difficult as our English heritage apples are small and flavour packed (nut-like in this type) and this was the largest in the green grocery shop.

My photo attached, Dea be praised for Her creation

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p.s. Smiles and my attempt at a heart.

The Sermon of The Apple Seed
44. Yet be not afraid, for the seed of Truth shall be your guide and your protector and shall bring you to deliverance. 45. And I give to you one word which shall conquer every danger. 46. That word is love, and the humility that flows from love. 47. Receive with love the seed of Truth and all things shall be well.

May She bless you.

Sophia Ruth (2015)

Moonday/Monday 1st Abalon/September 5th 2016: the Feast of Lady Justina

Moonday/Monday 1st Abalon/September 5th 2016: the Feast of Lady Justina

Feast of Lady Justina
Moonday/Monday

1st Abalon/September 5th

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Libra by Pat Brennan

O, Lady Justina, Guardian of Order, Harmony and Justice, be with us.

Autumn is the Season ruled over by one of the Janati of the Four-fold Earth. These are rulers of the four cardinal directions and their corresponding Elements and Seasons and therefore, they are known as the Janati of the four-fold Earth.

Lady Justina meaning, Just, Righteous and is the Guardian of West and Earth and Guardian of the corresponding Season of Autumn.

And so, today is the Feast of the Janya, Lady Justina. On this, her feast day, time may be spent in quiet prayer or contemplation in her honour. A Moonrite or liturgy may also be served, which may also be celebrated this coming Sunday.

Correspondences

Janya: Lady Justina meaning, Just, Righteous.
Titaness: Themis: Divine-natural law-order.
Guardian of Order, Harmony and Justice.
She is of the four-fold Earth and is Guardian of West and Earth.
Great Mystery: The Symbol of the Apple.
Feast Day: 1 Abalon/September 5th
Planet: Jupiter.
Weekday: Appleday/Thurs.
Metal: Tin
Color of Robes: Blue and purple.
Note: F (fa)
Element: Earth
Bird: Swan
Incense: Amber, Frankincense, Benzoin, Pine Resin, Dragon’s Blood, Sage, Cloves and Copal
Sacred Oil: Cedarwood
Sacred Herb: Mugwort.
Sacred Flower: Marigolds
Sacred Tree: Oak
Sacred Jewel: Jade
Sacred Symbol: The Apple.
Mantra: O, Lady Justina, Guardian of Courage, Strength and Valor, be with us.

Lady Justina is the Matroness of lawyers, judges, musicians, mathematicians, astronomers, cosmologists and other scientists along with farmers, gardeners and crafts-people. Music, order, the natural order of the Universe, harmony, justice, legal issues, finances, the home, career, business, labour, material goods, skills, security, prosperity and protection are her areas of influence. She is the Protectress of Earth and of Earth spirits.

Copywrite of the Matriarch of the Janite Deanic Ekklasia, ArchMadria (Bishop) Pamela

http://matronite.wordpress.com/the-seven-great-geniae/correspondences-of-the-seven-geniae/

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Justitia roman goddess of justice mmx
Copywrite of Howard David Johnson
http://www.howarddavidjohnson.com/mythic-women.htm

The Verses of The Seven Streams
The Seven Jeweled Rays
Lady Justina

I am Justina, the Blue Ray of Justice. I am the Natural Law of the Cosmos.

The Four-Fold Earth is where I reign and it is Earth that I guard.

Come to me when you are in need of truth and fairness and I will defend you with all my might.

Learn of me the Jade Stones of Order and Harmony and your Path shall be made clear.

If you are in need of material sustenance, you shall never go without.

Lean on me in times of trial and I shall heed your cry.

I am Justina.

Copywrite of the Matriarch of the Janite Deanic Ekklasia, ArchMadria (Bishop) Pamela

http://matronite.wordpress.com/the-verses-of-the-seven-streams/the-seven-jeweled-rays/

Titaness Information:

Themis was the divine voice (themistes) who first instructed mankind in the laws of justice and morality. Examples of these rules include:
Pious offerings to the gods
Precepts of piety
Rules of hospitality
Good governance
Conduct of assembly

http://greekmythology.wikia.com/wiki/Themis

Sacred Season of Autumn, Month of Abalon September 5 – October 2

Sacred Season of Autumn,
Month of Abalon September 5 – October 2
The Season of Earth and Apple.

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Sacred Month of Abalon September 5 – October 2
Abalon (“Apple-Land” or “Fruitful-land”)
symbol of abundant life, refreshment, and restoration

Appleday / Thursday – honouring the Great Mother as the First Great Mystery: The Ground of All Being She is the Life and Essence of All Being and the Apple of Wisdom. Appleday is presided over by Lady Justina (which means just, righteous).
Lady Justina is of the Fourfold Earth and is the Guardian of West and Earth. The Season of Autumn. I will strive to emulate Lady Justina, in Order, Harmony and Justice.

Solar: Autumn Equinox

Mystery:

The Great Mother as Ground of All Being.
As I understand Her:
Dea Matrona is ultimate reality. Dea is the first, and highest and only necessary “thing” [Intelligence/Spirit] that exists, and thus, had Dea Matrona not emanated / “breathed out” Celestial Mother Mari, Dea Matrona would be the only “being” [Intelligence/Spirit] that exists.

The Celestial Mother Mari is the Matrix. She gathers from Source or Absolute Deity, the Great Mother, the seeds containing the Essence of Life and She births [emanates] them into material manifestation. Therefore, the Holy Mother Mari is, for us: Dea, Apple of Wisdom.

Di Jana is the Apple of Wisdom.
The outer apple represents the material manifestation of Creation. The inner spiritual seeds containing the Essence of Life, taken together with the outer apple of material manifestation represent the two Threads of the Spiritual and the Material being woven together to create All Being, which is exactly what World Soul Di Jana, Apple of Wisdom, signifies.

Direction: West.

Element: Earth.

Symbol: Apple.

Time: Twilight.

Elemental Colour: Green
Liturgical Colours: Blue and Purple.

Cox's Orange Pippin Apples

Etymology
Abalon: Old Welsh, Old Cornish, or Old Breton aball or avallen(n), “apple tree, fruit tree” (cf. afall in Modern Welsh, derived from Common Celtic *abalnā).[1][2][3][4][5]
Ablach means “Having Apple Trees”[6] – derived from Old Irish aball (“apple”)—and is similar to the Middle Welsh name Afallach, which was used to replace the name Avalon in medieval Welsh translations of French and Latin Arthurian tales. All are etymologically related to the Gaulish root *aballo- (as found in the place name Aballo/Aballone, now Avallon in Burgundy or in the Italian surname Avallone) and are derived from a Common Celtic *abal- “apple”, which is related at the Proto-Indo-European level to English apple, Russian яблоко (jabloko), Latvian ābele, et al.[7][8]

Notes
[1] Matasović, Ranko, Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic, Brill, 2008, p. 23
[2] Koch, John. Celtic Culture:a historical encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO 2006, p. 146.
[3] Savage, John J. H. “Insula Avallonia”, Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, Vol. 73, (1942), pp. 405–415.
[4] Nitze, William Albert, Jenkins, Thomas Atkinson. Le Haut Livre du Graal, Phaeton Press, 1972, p. 55.
[5] Zimmer, Heinrich. Bretonische Elemente in der Artursage des Gottfried von Monmouth, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur, Volume 12, 1890, pp. 246–248.
[6] Marstrander, Carl Johan Sverdrup (ed.), Dictionary of the Irish Language, Royal Irish Academy, 1976, letter A, column 11, line 026.
[7] Hamp, Eric P. The north European word for ‘apple’, Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie, 37, 1979, pp. 158–166.
[8] Adams, Douglas Q. The Indo-European Word for ‘apple’ Again. Indogermanische Forschungen, 90, 1985, pp. 79–82.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avalon

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Madrian Meditation:
“Now stand at the centre of the flux, and at the centre of the mysteries of the flux.
All things of all time convolve about Eternity; all things of space about the infinate still Point which is the Centre.
Mother has not Thy Daughter said that not a sparrow lights upon a twig but it shadows forth the conflict of evil with the Good, nor any grain of sand shifts in the desert reflecting not some spiritual truth, neither does a comet fall in the furthest corner of the cosmos without an inner meaning.
Mother, Who seest and knowest all these things , what is the wisdom of this world compared to the mystery that lies within the humblest weed that we bruise beneath our feet?
Guide us through the subtle labyrinth, that we may come safe to the centre.”

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More Research & Etymology

The name ‘Avalon’ as present day readers understand was popularized in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s work The History of the Kings of Britain, where he referred to the Insula Avallonis. This is Geoffrey’s Latin interpretation for the Welsh name Ynys Avallach, and he dubs Avalon the ‘isle of the apples,’ an association that will remain with Avalon throughout literature and legend (Lacy 307). However, Geoffrey’s Latin name, and consequently the modern name of Avalon, was probably influenced by not only the Welsh name but also by the actual town called Avallon in Burgundy, France which is Gaulish for ‘apple-place’ (Lacy 307). Thus, readers today learn of the mystical Isle of Avalon and its various associations with apple orchards in literature.

Lacy, Norris J, Geoffrey Ashe. The Arthurian Handbook. New York & London: Garland Publishing, Inc. 1988
http://vault.hanover.edu/~battles/arthur/Avalon.htm

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Article
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avalon
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Apple (Eng.)/ Pomme (Fr.) / Manzana (Sp.)

These words, which all mean the same thing, should be explained one at a time, as they come from different sources. In regard to apple, all European languages other than the Romance languages, ie., the great majority of Indo-European languages, including the Celtic tongues, use a word with a root ap, ab, af or av for apples and apple trees: aballo (Celtic), apple(Eng.), Apfel (Germ.), aeppel (Old Eng.), abhal (Irish Gaelic), epli (Icelandic), afal (Welsh), jabloko (Russian), and jablko (Polish). In regard to pomme, this French term comes from the Latin pomum, which originally referred to all fruit. Before Christianity was adopted as the official religion of the Roman Empire some time in the 4th. Century, the Latin word malum (melon in Greek) meant “apple.” After the adoption of Christianity, however, and due to the important symbolism of the apple in the bible (ie, the Garden of Eden), the general term pomum, “fruit,” was used to describe the apple as “the fruit of fruits.” In regard to manzana, this Spanish term comes from the Iberian pronunciation of matiana, a Gallo-Roman translation of the Latin word matianum, which was a scented, golden apple first raised by and named after Matius, a friend of Caesar’s who was also a cookbook author [“Apple” Footnote: The French village of Avallon (in the Yonne area), where there are a lot of apple trees, received its name from the legend of the sacred island of Avalon or Abalon, meaning “Apple Orchard”–incidentally, the “-on” suffix is an “augmentative” and explains the origin of the name of the Pacific shellfish “Abalone”–that is, “big apple.”].

http://www.westegg.com/etymology/

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Mala

Mala is the Madrian name for this month. We do not have any definitive information about the significance of this word.

This is the nearest explanation, which would be understandable as a Greek to Latin etymology – the 2 classical cultures which influenced the founders of Lux Madriana. Barbara supplied:

malic (adj.)
1797, from French malique (18c.), from Latin malum “apple” (the acid, discovered 1785 by Scheele, was obtained from unripe apples and other fruits), from Greek melon (Doric malon) “apple,” probably from a pre-Greek Mediterranean language. The Latin and Greek words also meant “fruit” generally, especially if exotic.
http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=malic

Noun
mālum n ‎(genitive mālī); second declension
apple (fruit)
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/malum#English
Also see
In Latin, the words for ‘apple’ (“mālum”) and for ‘evil’ (“mălum”) are nearly identical. This may also have influenced the apple’s becoming interpreted as the biblical ‘forbidden fruit’ in the commonly used Latin translation called “Vulgate”
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_(symbolism)
http://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2013/10/apple-linguistic-history/

mala fide
adv. & adj.
With or in bad faith.
[Latin malā fidē : malā, feminine ablative of malus, bad + fidē, ablative of fidēs, faith.]
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/mala+fide

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I thought that the most likely was

The word Mala means ‘garland’ in Sanskrit, thus inferring a garland of flowers, beads or prayers
http://heartmala.com/meanings/mala-prayer-bead-meaning.html
From Sanskrit माला ‎(mālā, “wreath, garland, crown”).
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/mala

but this did not fit in with the present month but rather with the following rosary month Hathor: October 3rd – October 30th

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MALA LIATH (Scottish) [MAH-lah LEE-ah] Another name for the Cailleach in southwestern Scotland. She tended a herd of pigs all sired by the famous wild boar of Glen Glass. She is often equated with Cerridwen.
http://www.joellessacredgrove.com/Celtic/deitiesl-m.html

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Is fearr lán doirn de cheird ná lán mála d’ór.
A handful of skill is better than a bagful of gold.
http://islandireland.com/Pages/folk/sets/proverbs.html

mála means bag (fashion, wind instrument) or sack (agriculture).
http://www.tearma.ie/Search.aspx?term=%20mála

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MALVINA: This name was invented by the Scottish poet James Macpherson, based on the Gaelic term mala mhin, meaning “smooth-brow.”
http://www.20000-names.com/female_scottish_names.htm

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Latin mala ‎(“jaw, cheek”)
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/mala

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Hebrew feminine first name and also a surname

Pronunciation: \m(a)-la\

Meaning: woman from Magdala; the fifth month

Details: Mala \m(a)-la\ as a female’s name is a variant of Madeline (Hebrew) and May (English), and the meaning of Mala is “woman from Magdala; the fifth month”.

The Last name Mala sounds like Malia, Mali, Malea, Mal, Mela, Mila and Myla. Other similar Last names are Mara, Cala, Kala, Gala, Hala, Lala, Mada, Maia, Maya, Maja, Malka, Malva, Marla, Mata and Vala.

There are 2 names that reference Mala.

Popularity: Mala is not a popular first name for women and an equally uncommon surname or last name for both men and women. (1990 U.S. Census)

Origin: Hebrew

Sounds Like: Malia, Mali, Malea, Mal, Mela, Mila, Myla

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