Olivia Robertson - Open Letters 2005


2005

 


Message from Olivia Robertson
Co-Founder, FOI
August 30, 2005

Hurricane Katrina

"We in the Fellowship in Ireland, offer our love and support to the members of our centres all along the Gulf of Mexico who may have suffered hurricane damage, and we would value news of their safety on the web. It is with the deepest sorrow that we in Clonegal see on television the desolation that has overwhelmed the noble city of New Orleans.

We who believe in Deity can truly help with the survivors who have lost people they love. We can give comfort to those hundreds who have lost their earthly bodies and are confused in the Astral sphere.

Our thoughts go especially to Cathryn Anne Rogers, ArchPriestess, who acts as a focal point for counselling and healing through her Gulf Network on the Web.

May Isis Star of the Sea, Yemaya, African Goddess of the Oceans, and Brigid of Springs and Rivers, Bless all those who suffer. New Orleans will surely rise again through the brilliance, imagination and courage of her people."

Olivia Robertson
Foundation Centre
Fellowship of Isis
Clonegal Castle

 

 

Message from Olivia Robertson
Co-Founder, FOI
July 2, 2005

Make Poverty History Movement

Olivia Robertson sent the message today that she strongly supports the "Make Poverty History" Movement and hopes that other members will also become involved, particularly on behalf of the thousands of our members in Africa, such as those in Nigeria and Ghana.

 

Isis Theatre Company

June, 2005

At the request of Olivia Robertson, Gwendoline Rouiller has written this letter to all FOI members:

On December 21st for the Winter Solstice of 2004 at Huntington Castle Theatre, Clonegal which is nestled between Carlow, Wexford and Wicklow in the green Isle of Ireland. A play written by the Hon. Olivia Robertson was performed.

The ‘Eye of Vision’ was acted by the award winning, Carlow Little Theatre Society. The evening was a wonderful success.

However when spring came upon us and the possibility of a tour came about, holidays and work schedules did not allow the free flowing of our time line. So it became evident to me something had to change.

The inspiration came to me one day while walking on Mount Leinster with my two cats Phoenix and Ashtar. It would be ideal if we could be more independent. Self-sufficient perhaps. What if we were able to enjoy booking a tour around Ireland and the UK with more freedom of movement. Have the ability to make the appropriate arrangements fitting into our own requirements and time lines. It was as though the Goddess Herself heard my call and I could not help feeling the presence of Lawrence Olivia’s brother.

So it came to me that Olivia and I needed to form our own organisation for the performance of her Mystical and Alchemical plays.

Usually when an idea comes to me I leave it be for about 10 days, then I think it over for about 10 days and finally I discuss it openly for about 10 days. This way I feel it is more than a thought but now has form and can lead to a foundation of some sort. On this occasion the idea refused to be kept contained in any way and within a week I found myself mentioning it to Olivia. Immediately her eyes lit up! ‘That’s a great idea, lets do it.’ Thus the Isis Theatre Company was born and on May 1st the first recording was made.

On June 4th 2005 in Huntington Castle Theatre, the home of the Hon. Olivia Robertson the Eye of Vision was read out by the actors of the Isis Theatre Company to great success. Olivia took her vision to the public with an explanation of each enactment this time it was understood. Everyone present with a heart could hear and feel the energy behind the genius of Olivia’s writings.

Gwendoline Rouiller
Dame Commander of the Noble Order of Tara.
La Lumiére, Moyacomb Meadow, Clonegal, Co. Wexford

 

Message from Olivia Robertson
Received January 3, 2005

Tsunami Disaster

"May the enfolding wings of Isis bless, comfort and protect all those who suffer from the Asian earthquake. We of the Fellowship of Isis know that some of those who died may be in a state of confusion in the other world, and need our prayers and help so that they may attain their heaven."

Olivia Robertson
Foundation Centre
Fellowship of Isis
Clonegal Castle



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