Beloved Queen of Light
David Christopher Lewis
February 02, 2007 10:19-10:25 pm local time
Come Home to the Heart of God! Know the Inner Light!
I extend my heart of welcome to you, each one, who have come this evening. Gracious greetings from the Goddess of Light and the Goddess of Purity unto you from my heart. I am the Queen of Light and I now bless your crown chakra with the radiance from my crown. And I give to each one who have been faithful in your prayers cosmic diadems of radiant, crystal light within a tiara of fire which I place upon each one.
I bless your chakras, especially your hands and feet and heart. And my light now shines across each nation within Scandinavia. And I walk among my people as Santa Lucia, with the lightened candles upon my head, with many maidens of heaven attending me.1
And we walk through every home, every business, every place where people gather. We sing a song of holiness and remind the souls of all of their immortal destiny as sons and daughters of God.
[The Queen of Light chants in an ancient tongue for forty-six seconds.]
In an ancient tongue, in which the angels sing in a certain sphere of light, I have called unto the people of this land: Come home to the heart of God.
Listen to the voice of Sanat Kumara and Venus, your sponsors, O people of Scandinavia. Know the inner light, know the inner fire, know the simplicity of the grace of God.
Go O holy ones, and find them and bring them home. Sing the song of love. Sing the song of harmony. For in harmony all may know God's spirit of loveliness, of purity, of light. O joyful light
that I am, that you are, O holy ones. Peace and light be yours forever. Amen.
1Santa Lucia or Saint Lucy was a Sicilian saint who, around the year 304, suffered martyrdom under the persecution of Diokletianus. According to the legend she was burned on a fire without suffering pain. She was then killed by stabbing her in the throat with a sword. She was later buried in Venice. In Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland, Lucy (called Lucia) is venerated on December 13th in a ceremony where the eldest girl in a family, portraying Lucia, walks, with a crown of candles, ahead of a procession of other women holding a candle each. The candles symbolize the fire that refused to take her life. The women sing a Lucia song while entering the room, to the melody of the traditional Neapolitan song Santa Lucia, still well-known through the recording by Enrico Caruso but, whereas the Italian lyrics describe the beautiful view from the harbor area Santa Lucia in Naples, the various Scandinavian lyrics are fashioned for the occasion, describing the light with which Lucia overcomes the darkness. Each Scandinavian country has their own lyrics in their native tongues although commonly it is the melody of Neapolitan which is used. After finishing this song, the procession usually continues by singing Christmas carols or more songs about Lucia. (Excerpted from www.wikipedia.org) Aptly, the Queen of Light's retreat is over the island of Sicily.
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