The chant addresses both God the Mother and God the Daughter. The Daughter is called upon by the name Inanna (meaning Queen of Heaven), but as Inanna has not a living devotion in Telluria, the Mother is called upon by the name of Lalitha, which, as shown in our page on Sri Lalitha is one of the most ancient names of Our Mother and also one of the most strongly Trinitarian.
The Daughter in the Lalitha Trinity is normally called Bala or Bala Sundari. In this Chant, she is called upon as Inanna, as in the Filianic worship. Thus the Herthelan faith and Tellurian "pontification" are wedded together in a seamless whole, calling upon our dear Mother God and Our Saviour, Her Daughter according to our primary confession of faith, the Filanic Creed.
This Chant is typical of Sushuric (bhaktic or devotional-love) Chants in the nearer East of Sai Herthe. It consists solely of the Names of the Beloved as Mother and Daughter, and the word "Raya", which means "Lady" (in the sense that "Lord" is used in English) and also means "Sun", signifying Dea as the True and Only Light.
You are warmly invited to listen to this sacred Chant using the player on this page, or to load it down for use on your portable music player. It may be played as a perpetual loop if desired.
You are invited to join in the Eternal Chant to Our Dear Mother and Her most Holy daughter.
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May this Holy Chant bring you rich blessings and treasures of the Spirit.
Thoughts of the Mind v. 23
Sri Lalitha: Perhaps the most ancient still living tradition of the Holy Feminine Trinity
The Filianic Creed: The fundamental statement of the Trinitarian Faith of God the the Mother and God the Daughter
The Gospel of Our Mother God is a collection of inspirational texts, prayers and daily inspiration for the Mother-Faith devotee or household.
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