Dulce Domum: The Gentle Haven
Isian News No. 74,
Alexander Durdin-Robertson, Archpriest of
Isis, 21st Baron Strathloch, Co-Founder of the Fellowship of Isis, has
to a better sphere of being. He passed on
Thursday morning after 6 a.m. on August 4th 1994. He left us at peace at
a prayer to Isis. His body was laid out by a
Priestess and Priest with full ceremonial. He had an Irish Wake for two
laid on a couch in ceremonial robes, his
headdress by him, and holding his ankh and crook. He was buried with
in Egyptian style. Lawrence’s earthly body
was buried in Clonegal churchyard with those of his wife and ancestors.
Church of Ireland ceremony on the 6th August
was conducted sensitively, with spiritualist overtones. The site is on
rath, and is known as the oldest Druid burial
ground in Europe.
Dulce Domum Ceremony from the Fellowship of
Isis liturgy was conducted afterwards in the Temple of Isis. Nine
and three Priests conducted the Rite which
involved guiding soul and spirit through the etheric, astral and
Some Catholics from the village particularly
liked this. The ceremony culminated in the unveiling of the statue of
Ten Thousand Names on the high altar: Olivia
held up the Ankh Sceptre and declared: “Lawrence Alexander Osiris has
from the dead.” This act is performed for
each departing member.
Olivia has had psychic contact with her
brother, “Derry”, surprisingly soon. Possibly this is because the world
is facing great changes. Lawrence appeared
looking much younger, in very good heart. He showed Olivia how the
the Lughnasad fire has its etheric
counterpart, which brings renewal to the unhappy, the bored, the lonely.
A young woman
was shown receiving this therapy from a group
in Spirit World, and obtaining a sudden onrush of new life. Olivia
Derry of their experience of the Beltane Fire
appearing in etheric form on the hearth, revitalizing a young mother
child, who had sought for help. Lawrence is
enthusiastic about using this hearth-fire therapy.
The Fellowship of Isis continues as before, in both spheres.
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