Friday, June 4, 2021

LITURGY OF THE GREAT MOTHER To Call Forth HER SHAMANKAS AND PROPHETS Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 5 pm, EST




LITURGY OF THE GREAT MOTHER

To Call Forth HER SHAMANKAS AND PROPHETS

Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 5 pm, EST 

Zoom LINK

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4483473230?pwd=MEE2TlV0SDJSVmV3OWpqeUtuQU5Ndz09

Mtg ID: 448 347 3230  Passcode: 4pqITy


Celebrant: 

Rev. Lillian Lewis, rcwp 

(Roman Catholic Woman Priest)


Liturgist:    

Barbara Billey, arcwp

(Roman Catholic Priestess) 




Reader:  

Rev. Jennifer Marcus, arcwp (Roman Catholic Woman Priest)

 

Reader, Zoom Moderator:

Mary Creager, 

Nativity Episcopal Church


Please bring stole or scarf to vest, 3 candles, bread, red wine (or alternative beverage)


Prelude  / Vesting Music: "I am Wild" by MaMuse (Thrive Choir) All vest with stole or scarf. 

Theme & Opening Prayers - Celebrant / All:   There are prophets among you and shamans to honor the Lady, Divine Feminine. Alleluia. We need to pick up the call, return Her to worship. 

  Jai Ma, Kali Ma, Virgin, Mother, Kali Ma, Kali Ma. Dark and Beautiful (repeat)

Music for the Prayers: Claudia’s Theme from Unforgiven

Reader 1 - Light 3 candles… and wave our hands over the light, shading the eyes (Crown Chakra) from the total truth, the full revelation of God… This is a mystic gesture even as the Spirit shadowed the deep in Genesis, and over-shadowed Virgin Mary thousands of years later… We begin again Your Creation of the Earth and Your New Creation, our Brother, Jesus Christ.

Reader 2 - We bow before them… kindling Sabbath Lights… and the Christ candle reminding ourselves of the great lights of Creation. And the great unknown darkness our Mother holds in existence, and keeps it in existence through the power of her Love.  And Your Light, our Brother, Jesus Christ.

Reader 3 - We go to the Altar of God. The God who brought joy to my youth. 

Celebrant - What gift do you bring to the Altar of God?

    (All, in a minute of silence, an inner check-up - touch Heart Chakra - examine)

Celebrant - Now we bring our gift… I bring my faith in the Black Madonna. 

All - Kyrie/Kyria Eleison (hold throat chakra…hummmmmmm)

Celebrant - What do you need repaired or healed?

  (All, in a minute of silence, ponder relationships gone sour, other griefs)

Music for Kyrie/Kyria – Lady Have Mercy:  "To Dust" by the Seattle University Choir

The Word of God: 

Reader 1

The First Reading  Numbers 12

Celebrant  -  The Third Reading 

“The Mass of the Black Madonna,” 

 # 153 by Tataya Matu

Reader 2

The Second Reading  Gospel of Mark 2

And the Holy One said to me, HEAR NOW MY WORDS: Because my servant Moses is a shy man… If there be a prophet among you, I the Holy One will make myself known to her in vision and I will speak to her in dream. But to Moses, I will still speak to him mouth to mouth.


“No one sews a new piece of cloth to repair a tear in an old cape. For when the cape is washed, the new cloth will shrink from the old, and rip away from it. Thus, both pieces are ruined. The same is said of new wine. It must be put in new skins, or in its breathing expansion, it will burst the old skins.  New wine must go into new wine skins."




RECONNECTING US TO A COSMOS

Two Directions: The outer cosmic, the inner to SELF 

The Call: New shaman-prophets - Notes on the Cosmic Communion of Tataya

Transmitted: Thru  ANIMAL POWER, dreams, power person, religious experience

NOTE: Tataya Matu shows several ways her call was received… In the context of the liturgy, in the context of Communion & communion with and in the Universe.


The Homily - Celebrant

The Creed: “Prayer of Belief” by John O’Shea

Voice 1 - We believe where people are gathered together in love, 

  God is present, good things happen and life is full.

Voice 2 - We believe that we are immersed in mystery, that our lives 

  are more than they seem, that we belong to each other 

  and to a universe of great creative energies whose source and destiny is God.

Voice 3 - We believe that God is after us, calling to us from the depth of human life.  

   We believe that God took a risk and became human in Jesus.

Voice 4 - In and with Jesus, we believe that each of us is situated in the love of God

    and the pattern of our lives will be the pattern of Jesus through death to resurrection 

Voice 5 - And most deeply we believe that in our struggle to love 

    we incarnate Jesus in the world

All -  And so aware of mystery and wonder, caught in friendship and laughter, 

   we become speechless before the joy in our hearts  

   and celebrate the union we live together in the Eucharist.


Prayers of the Faithful – Sharing

Celebrant - GOD dwells with you     

All – And also with you     

Celebrant – Lift up your hearts to God 

 

Eucharistic Prayer

Music: "Om Tara" by Chloe Goodchild

OM Tare 


OM Tare 

Tuttare 

Ture 

So-Ham


Tara is the bodhisattva of compassion and action who manifests in female form, a protector who comes to our aide in order to relieve us of physical, emotional and spiritual suffering. 

 

The chant begins with AUM (from the Upanishads and considered to be the source of all sound) and is interspersed with these lyrics:

 

Woman of the wisdom tree

Goddess of humanity

Singing all the Unity we long for.

 

Mother of Eternity

Naked in her Mystery

Singing all the Unity we long for.

 

Fierce and gentle, wild and free

simple in her majesty

Dancing in the unity we long for. 


Celebrant - O Holy Vulva, Black Madonna, Great Mother of the Universe, You are the holy mystery of the Universe. Birthing and nurturing the expanding galaxies of space and our expanding consciousness, until we reach our true natures … Buddha nature, Christ-Consciousness, Divine Child.


You reflect Yourself in the  fierce mothers of the wild. In the bear, whale, tigress… and in the gentle suckling of the Divine Child… all of animal life and even the dark matter in space. Your Incredible Presence is Incarnated  everywhere and in everything.  Everything radiating the promises of the Divine Child who is innocent of sin and yet so full of love, healing and power, peace and harmony… May the world be saved thru our prayer, the eucharist. Thank you for all that you give.

Epiclesis

 Celebrant - We draw the memory of our ancestors, all those we have loved and lost and all those we loved but could not save into the cup of wine. We draw the children of this time, neglected but not forsaken by You who love, save them, we beseech thee.  And to the countless mothers without milk and without hope… them too we draw in… Let them be filled.  


May we who are gathered into this supper be transformed… because the earth is our eucharist and is holy as you are Holy. We bring that petition into the Bread that You, Jesus asked us to share…


 And after You had risen, You entered the place where they were dining and said to them, “I give you peace, Shalom, Shalom, I will never leave you. You are my bride. Abide in me, then I will abide in you also.” 

   

All - Then Jesus, You broke the bread. “TAKE THIS ALL OF YOU AND EAT IT… THIS IS MY BODY, I GIVE IT TO YOU AS A SIGN OF A NEW COVENANT.  REMEMBER ME IN THE BREAKING OF THE BREAD.”


All - And of the wine, You raised it as in a toast. You called upon the coming of the kin-dom, a time when there would no longer be hunger or fear… "DRINK OF IT, A COVENANT MADE IN MY BLOOD. THIS COVENANT WILL LAST FOREVER.  REMEMBER ME.”


Celebrant - Let us proclaim the mystery of faith.


All - When we eat this bread and drink this cup, we proclaim our faith and hope in You.


The Great Amen / Doxology - All - Thru Christ , in one another in the Mystery of our common Mother, all glory and honor are Yours. Forever and ever, Amen.

Communion:

Music (Reprise): Claudia’s Theme from Unforgiven

The Prayer of Jesus 

 All - Our Father/Mother, who art in heaven…. 

Sign of Peace:

The Final Blessing:

Celebrant - O DARK MOTHER - you call us to the deep soul. Seal us in Courage, we beseech Thee.

All - Now and at the hour of our death.


Celebrant -  O SOUL OF THE WORLD - play your mountain harp. Heal us we beseech thee.

All - Now and at the hour of our death.


Celebrant - O COSMIC  MOTHER - Your stars are my night prayers, the Memorare, we beseech thee.

All - Now and at the hour of our death.


Celebrant -  O ALTAR OF MANY GRACES - Fill us with honey cakes, sweet chants, we beseech thee.

All - Now and at the hour of our death.


All -  RAIN DOWN YOUR MERCY  -  RAIN DOWN YOUR PITY  -  RAIN DOWN YOUR MOTHER GRACES.

NOW AND AT THE HOUR OF OUR DEATH. AMEN, AMEN, AMEN.


Closing Music: "O Great Spirit" by Flight of the Hawk


Chorus


O Great Spirit 

I'm calling on you

Earth Mother

What else can I do?

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