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When it comes to MANIFESTATIONS - we must be perfectly ALIGNED with our own ENERGIES. Our energies must MATCH in every single way - living mindfully and consciously every single day in every single way.
Your WORDS have power
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Now it is time to FEEL and VIBE EMPOWERED
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It will take DAILY PRACTICE to instill within your roots (deep) every source of EMPOWERMENT sweet - needed in order to MANIFEST all of your HEARTS desires - bringing everything you BELIEVE into life..
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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Goddess Diana Oracles of FOCUSED Intention ❤️





Diana - Goddess of Fire

  • Also known as:
    • Princess Diana
    • Goddess of Fire  (12)
    • Lady Master Diana
    • Ascended Lady Master Diana
    • Princess of the Fire Element  (7)
    • Hierarch of the Fire Element
    • Hierarch of the Elementals of Fire
    • Hierarch of the Beings of the Fire Element

  • Twin Flame / Divine Complement / Twin Ray:

  • First Public Dictation / Discourse:
    • June 25, 1944   Chicago, Illinois U.S.A.  (5)

  • Divine Ray & Sacred Fire
    • Prana with a color similar to Ruby

  • Office in Hierarchy
    • Diana holds the Office of Hierarch of the Fire Element in our world's Spiritual Hierarchy. Diana embodies the God Consciousness of the Sacred Fire with Her Twin Flame, Prince Oromasis, on behalf of elemental life. (7)
    • Directs the Sacred Fire to the Earth
    • Governs the Electronic Force of the Fire Element
    • Assists in the governing of the mental body

  • Angels
    • Angels of Fire
    • Angels of the Sacred Fire

  • Elementals
    • Fire elementals, also known as "salamanders" (11)

  • Historical and Literary References
    • Diana's Name means "Bright One".  (3)
    • The memory of the goddess known to the Romans as Diana (Greek: Artemis) was possibly the result ancient encounters with the Spiritual Hierarchy of Ascended and Cosmic Beings. Their mythology had descended from the elder days and dim memories of earth's first three Golden Ages. After thousands of years, however, the gods and goddesses assumed human characteristics in the minds of the people because of the degeneration of their soul faculties of inner sight and their tendency toward idolatry. Therefore, what is presently ascribed to the mythological Diana may or may not reflect the actuality of the true Hierarch of the Fire Element.  (10)
    • Romans also called Diana "Queen of Heaven" and the "Triple Goddess" as (1) Lunar Virgin, (2) Mother of Creatures, and (3) the Huntress (Destroyer). Her major pilgrimage centers were Ephesus and Nemi, the Sacred Grove. She was Dione, Diana Nemorensis, or Nemetona, Goddess of the Moon-grove.  (13)
    • As Diana Egeria, patroness of childbirth, nursing, and healing, the Goddess made Nemi's holy spring the "Lourdes" of ancient Rome.  (13)
    • Devotion to Diana was so widespread in the ancient world that early Christians viewed her as their major rival. Roman towns all over Europe habitually called the local mother goddess Diana, as later Christian towns were to call her "Madonna". Fortunatus said Diana was the Goddess worshipped at Vernemeton, "which in the Gaulish language means the Great Shrine." In the 5th century A.D., the Gauls regarded her as their supreme deity. Christians spoke slightingly of their custom of adoring the spirit of Diana in a cut branch or a log of wood. (13)
    • At Ephesus, the Goddess was called "Mother of Animals", "Lady of Wild Creatures", and "Many-Breasted Artemis", shown with her entire torso covered with breasts to nourish the world's creatures. In the 4th century A.D., the church took over this shrine and re-dedicated it to the Virgin Mary. One of the earliest churches devoted to "Our Lady" existed at Ephesus in 431; but most of the people believed the Lady was Diana, not Mary. In 432 the Council of Ephesus tried to eliminate devotion to Diana, but the bishops were besieged by crowds demanding, "Give us our Diana of the Ephesians!" (13)
    • An excuse for converting Diana's temples into Mary's churches was provided by a made-to-order legend that Mary lived at Ephesus in her old age. Her tomb was located there, and some Christians even pointed out the house in which she had lived.  (13)
    • Gnostic Christians called their Wisdom-Goddess Sophia, and frequently identified her with Diana of Ephesus. When Diana's temple was finally pulled down, its magnificent porphyry pillars were carried to Constantinople and built into the church of Holy Sophia.  (13)
    • From available evidence, Diana had been a Latin and Sabine divinity from an older era. Once installed at Rome, her principal worshippers were the plebeians, who were mainly of Latin and Sabine stock. Servius Tullius built a sanctuary to her on the Aventine Hill, and every year thereafter slaves of both sexes celebrated Dies Servorum, the Day of Slaves, since Diana was the protector of slaves. (2)
    • At Rome the most important temple of Diana was on the Aventine. It housed the foundation charter of the Latin League and was said to date back to King Servius Tullius (6th century BC). In her center there, Diana was also considered the protector of the lower classes, especially slaves. The Ides (l3th) of August, her festival at Rome and Aricia, was a holiday for slaves. (3)
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