This diversity of roses is the proof and the sign which you will take...speak in My name, that they will see in them my wish and will have to comply to it.
Send garlands of spiritual roses heavenward faithfully, daily, to serve Mewith ferver and devotion.
I will return those soulful roses to you without fail!
SERENITY PRAYER ROSARY
0) (Center yourself and make the sign off the cross while saying: The only difference between stumbling blocks and stepping stones is how we use
Christ speaks to us of the peace that passeth understanding;
Peace I leave with you, My peace I give unto you; not as the world giveth give I to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.
Take these words and stand them like so many glowing candles in the forests of the night. Listen and I will speak to you about serenity.
2) Declaration-on first bead on tail:
Let nothing disturb thee, Nothing affright thee; All things are passing; God never changes; Patient endurance attains to all things; Who God possesses is wanting nothing; God alone suffices.
3) Say the Serenity Prayer on each of the next beads on the tail.
On the space before the next bead before the medal: Better a handful of quietness than both hands full with toil and much chasing the wind.
4) On next bead before medal:
God be in my head and in my understanding; God be in my eyes, and in my looking; God be in my mouth, and in my speaking; God be in my heart, and in my thinking; God be at my end, and at my returning
5) Pray the serenity prayer on the first decade and on the first bead in-between: Better a handful of quietness than both hands full with toil and much chasing the wind.
6) On the bead after the second decade:
The light of God surrounds me; the love of God enfolds me; The power of God protects me; The presence of God watches over me.
7) On the bead after the 3rd decade:
8) On the bead after the 4th decade
9)On the bead after the 5th decade;
10) On the medal;
11) Closing -Serenity prayer
" Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. Take these words
ECCLESIASTES 3 ROSARY
Solar plexus Christ
Left shoulder Faith
Right shoulder Wisdom
ON CROSS: In the name of the Father and Mother, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit...
1st bead, - "You who are the Source of all Power, whose rays illuminate the world, also illuminate my heart so that it, too, can do your work."
Next 3 beads- "The light of God surrounds me; The love of God enfolds me; the power of God protects me; the presence of God watches over me. Wherever I am, God is"
Fifth(and each separator bead between decades); "Holy Abba make these words a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path."
Say on decade beads between the separator beads:
1) To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven;
2) A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to reap;
3) A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;
4) A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance.
5) To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven.
6) A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing.
7) A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away;
8) A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak;
9) a time to love, and a time to hate, a time of war; and a time of peace.
10) To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven.
On the separator beads, think about:
-joy and sorrow and how the things that cause sorrow are often linked to the things that cause joy.
-gain and loss-joy of gain, pain of loss. Sometimes we gain things we need to lose.
-creativity and destruction. How does destruction sometimes make room for the creative force to do its job?
-order and chaos. Is order always good? Is chaos always bead? Each has its place. Where do you need more order in your life? Where would a little
End with the same "Glory be" as begun.
My garland of roses is proof against destruction. My roses sweeten the lowest sewers, wash away stains of sorrow and evaporate hate.
The Native American Rosary
Begin with the Universal Greeting, in place of the Apostles Creed.
I offer you peace (hands facing out, near shoulders)
I offer you friendship (hands in prayer position)
I offer you love (hands open from heart)
I hear your needs (hands cupped by ears)
I see your beauty (hands cover eyes, then open)
I feel your feelings (hands hugging self)
All wisdom flows from a higher source (right hand above, palm facing down, left hand, palm facing upward, move hands
And I salute that source within you (from previous movement, hands rotate into prayer position)
Let us work and play together (fingers clasped from prayer position)
Indian Prayer (use instead of Our Father)
O' Great Spirit Whose voice I hear in the winds,
And Whose breath gives life to all the world, hear me!
I am small and weak, I need your strength and wisdom.
Let me walk in beauty, and make my eyes ever behold the red purple sunset.
Make my hands respect the things you have made and my ears sharp to hear your voice.
Make me wise so that I may understand the things You have taught my people,
Let me learn the lessons You have hidden in every leaf and rock, I seek strength not to be greater than my brother,but to fight my greatest enemy, myself.
Make me always ready to come to You with clean hands and straight eyes, So when life fades,as the fading sunset, my spirit may
Great Spirit Chant (use instead of Hail Mary)
O Great Spirit,
I may herein exhibit and give all my love, compassion, help, and protection, because I am your merciful mother, to you, and to all the inhabitants on this land and all the rest who love Me, invoke and confide in Me; listen there to their lamentations, and remedy all their miseries, afflictions and sorrows.
Mary, Mother of God, 1531 Mexico City
The chart of the battle of Murat, over which I have studied, prayed, wept, raged, gnashed and finally received Light upon, just this past year. Yikes!!!
The chart is based on the information provided by the observers in the town of Toulouse in 1213, of which many written and recorded oral histories survive.
Sagittarius rising, with Jupiter, that signs ruler resident, shows us the legitimacy of the outcome. It was supposed to happen this way. OmG the Cathars were lost, massacred, and almost forgotten; how could Our Lady have had a hand in something so rotten? How could She let this happen, especially as this whole region is Hers exclusively? It is Her truth which flourishes here, the truth of the Rose! With Jupiter squaring Mercury retrograde,
Mercury retrograde in Virgo in the ninth house of the law; here is the distortion which prevailed for centuries. Who could have wanted lies, hatred, bloodshed to prevail in the world, in Her region?? A law twisted and turned in upon itself; square Mars in Capricorn, exalted, in the second house; Mars trines Uranus, no surprise there is there??? I guess we know who and why and here we see how. As Uranus is conjunct the sun, in the ninth house of the Law and the law, we see how we have been so deceived.
Venus at the karmic 0 degrees of Leo in the house of the law, of foreign affairs, tells us it is in fact not our fight, not humanity's estate. This battle was between worlds at war, dimensions in conflict. Venus squaring the Sagittarian ascendant sheds enormous light in our understanding; this is why women must remain Virgins or whores, and has wrecked the whole concept of sacred marriage.
The prisoners of the kingdom, locked in death and fire, being Pluto in the eighth, in Leo, trine the ascendant and Jupiter. They seem to win, but only temporarily; in the end they too can be saved but only by the intercession of Neptune, trined from the fourth house of Aries.
Moon in Cancer in the eighth house tells us exactly where She was during the fighting; at 22 degrees, the Master number, she was wrapped around the Pole Star of Ursa Minor, quintiling Jupiter, bringing forth the most generous, most magnanimous, the most magnificent of possible outcomes. Thanks Mom!!
Neptune in the fourth house, in Aries, retrograde. I don't think Neptune is opposing the MC because it's such a slow mover; in case you really are an anal retentive traditionalist, though, Neptune did bring the house of glory down in the long run because the Langue d'oc survived to see the end of papal tyranny and catholic dominion.
My roses increase all the good in the world; my roses lure away the soul from the illusions of the world, the disappointments of human nature and the inevitablity of death.
The Star Rosary
Our Lady of the Stars Rosary (Use this instead of the Apostles Creed)
Hear the words of the Star Goddess, the dust of whose feet are the hosts of the Heavens,
"I who am the beauty of the Green Earth,
These are the words of the Star Goddess.
Ancient Mother, I hear you calling
(Use instead of the Glory Be:)
Star Clusters Rosary
Plant a rose every day of your life, and from every rose shall come a beam of light to earth; every beam shall guide a prisoner of earth to a second chance.
The Emerald Ray Rosary
Prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi (use this in place of the Apostles Creed)
Lord, make us instruments of your peace.
The Great Invocation (use this in place of the Our Father)
Chant (use these in place of the Hail Mary)
Meditate upon my roses and the Mysteries will open before your eyes and heart; you shall know the Truth.
Fractals of Prayer
The Rosary of Strength
St. Patrick's prayer (use in place of The Apostles Creed)
I arise today
Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me,
I arise today
Chant of St Patrick (use instead of Hail Mary)
Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me,
The poem is as follows:
: : Invictus
Those in Peril (use instead of the Glory Be)
Eternal Father, strong to save Whose arm hath bound the restless wave
Ponder My roses, and grief can never touch you; the winds of fortune blow over you without ruffle or rip, to sail you into safe harbor at the end of days.
Spread my rose petals on the pathways before you, and see how I multiply your love all over the worlds! There is no favor I will not grant!
Rosary of Receiving
Share my roses and you shall always be Mine.
Teach of my roses, and there is nothing you may ask for which I will withhold.
How to Pray the Holy Gnostic Rosary
1. Begin with the Sign of the Cross, and on the cross recite the Gnostic Credo.
2. On the first large bead, pray the Gnostic’s Prayer*.
3. On the three smaller beads, pray three Ave Sophias.
4. On the space before the next larger bead, pray the Gloria Patri.
5. On the first large bead, announce the First Mystery, and pray the Gnostic’s Prayer.
6. Pray the Ave Sophia on each of the 10 beads that follow. Conclude with a Gloria Patri.
7. On the second large bead, announce the Second Mystery, and pray the Gnostic’s Prayer. Continue in the same manner as above around the Rosary for
8. On the center piece, pray the O Alma Sophia, followed by any concluding prayers you may desire.
9. Finish with the Sign of the Cross.
*The Gnostic’s Prayer may also be replaced by the more traditional Our Father, if you prefer.
The 15 Mysteries of the Holy Gnostic Rosary
The Pleromic Mysteries
1. The Mystery of the Source: All is at rest in the Divine Pleroma.
2. The Mystery of the Emanations: The Spirit of God, the Unknown Father, moves to create the Ćons.
3. The Mystery of the Ćon Sophia: Sophia comes to embody the Father’s Divine Wisdom.
4. The Mystery of Sophia’s child-bearing: Sophia gives birth to Ialdabaoth, the demiurge.
5. The Mystery of Sophia’s separation: Our Lady, as Mother of Sorrows, is rent into the Higher Sophia and the Lower Sophia, following Ialdabaoth’s arrogant
The Liberation Mysteries
1. The Mystery of Sophia’s sorrow: As Mother of Sorrows, Sophia decides to enter the world of humanity.
2. The Mystery of the Serpent: Sophia takes the form of the serpent, and comes to humanity to instruct them in the wisdom of God.
3. The Mystery of Eve: Humanity responds to Sophia’s call to reach for complete understanding.
4. The Mystery of Sophia the Teacher: Throughout human history, Sophia inspires and instructs great prophets, holy people, and ordinary men and women
5. The Mystery of Sophia the Liberator: Through Gnosis, Sophia leads each of us now through the veil, as we move toward full reunification with the Pleroma.
The Bridal Mysteries
1. The Mystery of the Consorts: Christ and Sophia are partnered as Ćons, syzygies, emanating from Unknown Father, representing poles of God’s unity:
2. The Mystery of the Incarnation: Christ enters the world from the Pleroma through the human being, Jesus of Nazareth, spurred on by the compassion of
3. The Mystery of the Baptism in the Jordan: Jesus is baptized by John the Baptizer in the Jordan, and Sophia descends upon Him like a dove, to be with
4. The Mystery of the Resurrection: After Jesus’ death, Sophia brings Him forward to a new form of life in spirit.
5. The Mystery of Sophia the Advocate: After Jesus leaves the world, Sophia remains as an advocate for those who seek to understand His teachings and
In the Name of the + Unknown Father; in Truth, Mother of All; in union, and redemption, and the sharing of powers: peace be to all on whom this Name
Renunciation of the Archons
Rulers of the Midst, hear me: Ye usurpers of the rightful Realms of Perfection, I renounce you and your works, deeds, images. Take to yourselves your destiny! I
The Gnostic Rosary was formed from the meditational practice of The Guild, a devotional society of the Ecclesia Gnostica
Out of the depths I cry to You, O Lord; Lord, hear my voice.
Speak my roses, and I will be in your heart without fail.
The entire Celestial White Brotherhood chants the name of the Rose; join their company, and know their counsel.
Millennial Dawn Rosary
Tell me what do you see
May the road rise up to meet you,
Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi
Lord, make me an instrument of Your peace,
All those who spread the message of the Rose are the children of the light.
Our Lady who is the Essence of the Earth
Asher, Maria, Miryam, Isis, Diana, Shakti, Tara,
Return now unto Your People
As it was in the Beginning
HAIL LORD JESUS
Fill us LORD JESUS
Let the good sun
JESUS, sun god
INRI! INRI!--YOD! NUN! RESH! YOD!
HAIL SWEET JESUS,
HAIL LORD JESUS
fill us all with your
fill us all with your
A M E N!
Did you lift Him up, sometimes,
Did you hold His hand at night?
Do you really think He cares
Make a noise? And can He hear
Lovely Lady dressed in blue-
Keep my roses about you, as you have done from the beginning, when you were with Me, and know the end from the beginning!
My Queen, my Mother,
Always Forever Now
God is eternal, and because our true nature is divine, so are we. As the Divine is not limited to space and time, but permeates it while existing
We pray for the dead, often even saints, because prayer is not constrained by linear time or physical location. When we pray, we have no way of knowing how God will choose to apply our prayers, but we can be assured that our prayers for the dead will be applied when and where they are needed most.
A Requiem Mass said today for the Holy Cathars may, through the wisdom and love of God, be providing strength, encouragement, and comfort to a Cathar Parfait as he or she descends Montségur, walking to martyrdom. A prayer said today may provide the clarity of mind (and the nerve) St. Francis of Assisi needed to renounce his family’s lavish lifestyle and take a vow of poverty as a monastic, living in service to God and his fellow man. A prayer may be assisting someone who lived centuries ago in whatever
It is entirely possible that we ourselves are presently benefiting from prayers said for us 100 years from now! This is the timeless nature of prayer. To the Divine, with whom we share one nature at the very core of our being, it is always Now. There is no past, present or future in the earthly sense; but one Eternal Present – and though it is difficult to express such timeless realities due to the limited nature of language, this great mystery of Eternity is the means by which the Communion of Saints assists one
It is with this in mind that the Gnostic Confraternity for All Departed Souls has been established, so that we may, through our prayers, assist those who have gone before us. Not only do members of the Confraternity assist departed souls, but they also assist one another on this ćonial battlefield we call life on earth.
Members pledge to take up humble but effective daily, weekly, monthly and yearly practices, for the benefit of the departed, and their brothers and sisters of the Confraternity. All this to greater glory of God, and to the strengthening of the Communion of Saints: the Church Triumphant, Suffering, and Militant.
If you are interested in joining this holy endeavor, read through the following pages to learn more about the benefits and obligations of the Confraternity. You may also follow the spiritual practices given herein entirely on your own; but if you are so inclined, you may enroll in the Confraternity by contacting Br. Pier-Giorgio, OSE: brpier (at) gmail (dot) com.
It is assumed that members have a familiarity with Gnosticism, particularly in its modern ecclesial expressions; but for a convenient summary, including information on the Communion of Saints and the power of prayer, you are encouraged to read through The Gnostic Catechism* by +Stephan Hoeller.
*This Confraternity is not associated with the Ecclesia Gnostica in any official capacity.
Membership Requirements & Benefits
1. Membership in the Gnostic Confraternity for All Departed Souls is open to anyone who identifies as Gnostic, regardless of tradition. It is to be noted that this is a Christian Gnostic confraternity, and as such prayers and devotions will be of a Christian nature.
2. Official enrollment is handled by the Registrar of the Confraternity. A simple e-mail declaring one’s desire for membership is all that is required, and membership will be recorded in the official registry. Anyone who desires to enroll should contact the registrar with their full name, e-mail address, and statement of intention to enroll and meet the membership obligations: brpier (at) gmail (dot)com.
3. Once enrolled, the new member should begin practicing the obligations of the Confraternity, which are detailed in this book. Members can expect a monthly Eucharist to be offered for all their intentions (particularly for their deceased friends and relatives) by ordained Gnostic clergy.
4. Upon the death of a member of the Confraternity, a Gnostic Requiem Mass will be offered for their repose in the Fullness, provided that the Confraternity is notified of their passing via the Registrar.
5. One does not need to officially enroll in the Confraternity in order to participate in its charism, however enrollment is encouraged if one would like to receive the benefits of Masses and prayers offered for Confraternity members.
6. Membership in the Confraternity may be canceled at any time, simply
Members of the Gnostic Confraternity for All Departed Souls promise to meet the following obligations:
1. Each night before retiring, pray the Confraternity Prayer for all members and their departed loved ones, followed by a Pater Noster, Ave Sophia, and Requiem Ćternam.
2. Once a week, preferably on a Monday, pray the Gnostic Rosary for the Dead. This is offered for all departed souls who have incarnated, in the
3. Pray the Office for Departed Souls once a month, preferably beginning the first Sunday evening at Vespers, and continuing through Monday morning with Matins and Lauds. Any member may, at their own discretion, pray another office for the dead from their own church’s liturgy, if such an office exists.
4. Every year on All Souls’ Day (November 2nd), or on its Eve, attend Mass and offer the celebration of the Holy Eucharist for all the souls of the departed, and specifically for the departed loved ones of Confraternity members. As the Mass will already be said in honor of all souls by default, on should privately declare one’s intentions through prayer before the Mass begins. Any valid Eucharist offered by a priest within the Apostolic Succession fulfills this obligation, however a Gnostic Eucharist is to be preferred by Confraternity members, if possible.
5. Upon the death of a member of the Confraternity, all members will pray the Office for Departed Souls for that member’s repose. This obligation should be fulfilled within 30 days of the time of death; or within 7 days, if the Confraternity was not notified before month’s mind.
Remember them, O Lord, in Thy kingdom: the faithful souls whom we knew but see no longer. Grant them Thy peace; let the light above the ćons shine upon them. Grant them we pray Thee, a place of refreshment, a blessed tranquility, and the splendor of Thy Gnosis.
O Eternal, who abidest ever outside the limitations of time, we beseech Thee to shed forth upon Thy faithful children on earth, in heaven, and in the netherworld, the bright beams of Thy light and supernal comfort. Bless the members of our spiritual Confraternity, our departed loved ones, and especially ________. Grant that we who continually give thanks for their blessed memory may at length enter with them into Thine ineffable splendor, and attain to union with Thee, who wert, and art, and art to come. Amen.
Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.
Hail Sophia, filled with light, the Christ is with Thee. Blessed art Thou amongst the ćons, and blessed is the liberator of Thy light, Jesus. Holy Sophia, Mother of all gods, pray to the Light for us Thy children, now and in the hour of our death. Amen.
Repose in the eternal Fullness grant unto them, O Lord, and let the Light above the ćons shine upon them. Amen.
1. On the cross, make the Sign of the Cross, and pray:
Remember them, O Lord, in Thy kingdom, the faithful souls whom we knew
Grant them Thy peace; let the light above the Ćons shine upon them;
2(a). If the chaplet has only one bead between the cross and the loop of
Repose in the eternal Fullness grant unto them (him/her), O Lord, and let
?. O Lord, hear my prayer;
2(b). If the chaplet has more than one bead after the cross, on the large
Act of Faith: My God, I believe in Thee, because Thou art Truth itself.
Act of Hope: My God, I hope in Thee, because Thou art infinitely good.
Act of Charity: My God, I love Thee with all my heart, and above all
3. For each decade, pray on the large beads:
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord; they rest from their labors, and
4. On each of the smaller beads, pray either one of the following, being
Faithful Heart of Sophia, be my salvation.
5. Conclude each decade with the Requiem prayer:
?. Repose in the eternal Fullness grant unto them (him/her), O Lord;
6. After completing the fourth decade, conclude the Rosary with the De
Out of the depths have I cried unto Thee, O Lord; Lord, hear my voice. Let
Listen and understand that I have many servants and messengers, to whom I must entrust the delivery of my message, and carry my wish.
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