The Invocation for the Goddess Isis
The Goddess Isis is the feminine archetype for creation; She is the Goddess of fertility, motherhood, magic, harvest, dreams, divination, perspective, love, faithfulness, spirituality and destiny. She has gone by many names and played many roles in history and mythology - as Goddess and Female Creator. Over time, Isis had absorbed the attributes of all the great primitive Goddesses.
Her name literally means Queen of the Throne. Her original headdress was an empty throne chair belonging to her husband, Osiris. As the personification of the throne, she was an important source of the Pharaoh's power. The pharaoh was depicted as her child, who sat on the throne she provided.
Isis was venerated first in Egypt - the only goddess worshiped by all Egyptians alike, and whose influence was so widespread that she has become known as Queen of Heaven. The Goddess Isis spent time among Her people. She taught humankind the basic skills necessary to build civilizations. She has many gifts to share with modern women. The Goddess Isis embodies the strengths of the feminine, the capacity to feel deeply about relationships, the act of creation, and the source of sustenance and protection.
To call upon her is to receive the power, wisdom and compassion of one of the most worshipped deities of all time. This invocation will call her into your life. First build a relationship with her before asking for things. To encourage visionary dreams from Her, put some rose petals under your pillow before going to bed, and burn some myrrh or jasmine incense. Keep a dream diary handy, and write your down what you experienced. Remember She is a Goddess. Be Respectful. Here is the Invocation:
O Isis, Beautiful in All Thy Names,
I call Thee with the breath of my body,
I call Thee with the beat of my heart,
I call Thee with the pulse of my life,
I call Thee with the words of my mouth,
I call Thee with the thoughts of my mind.
I call Thee Power and Life and Creation.
I call Thee, Isis, Isis, Isis
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