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Ascended Lady Master Pomona


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  • Also known as:
    • Goddess of Fruit (5)
    • Goddess of Fruit Trees

  • Ascended:
    • Pomona is an Ascended Being in our world's Spiritual Hierarchy. She was mentioned by Name in the March 1943 issue of The Voice of the I AM ® (4)

  • Historical and Literary References:
    • The memory of the Goddess known to the Romans as Pomona was possibly the result ancient encounters with the Celestial Hierarchy of Ascended and Cosmic Beings. Their mythology had descended from the elder days and dim memories of earth's first three Golden Ages. After thousands of years, however, the Gods and Goddesses assumed human characteristics in the minds of the people because of the degeneration of their soul faculties of inner sight and their tendency toward idolatry. Therefore, what is presently ascribed to the mythological Pomona may or may not reflect the actuality of the true Ascended Being. (3)
    • Pomona was the Roman Divinity of fruit trees. She was loved by several rustic divinities. Silvanus, God of fields and forests, sought her favors, although he was usually represented as advanced in years. Picus, a prophetic divinity, loved her but in the process rejected Circe, who loved him. Circe, whose affections were not to be spurned, used her powers of transformation and turned him into a woodpecker. That left Vertumnus, the God of seasons and the growth of plants. He could change into various shapes, which he did in trying to woo Pomona. Finally, after everything else failed, he changed into a blooming youth, and that seemed to be the answer. Vertumnus and Pomona became lovers, and their union seemed to be an ideal one, since it embodied the cycle of seasons and the fruition of trees and crops. (2)
    • Devotion to Pomona was of considerable importance, and there was a special priest appointed to her service. She had a sacred grove called the "Pomonal", which was situated on the road from Rome to Ostia. She was often identified with Ops, the Goddess of plenty. [Ovid, Meumorphoses 14.623; Propertius 4.2.21; Servius on Virgil's Aeneid7.190; Horace, Odes 3.8, Epodes 2.21.] (2)
    • Pomona, the Roman Goddess of fruit trees, was also known as the "Apple-Mother" - the dispenser of the "apples of eternal life". Every Roman banquet ended with apples, as an invocation of Pomona's good will. (5)
    • Pomona, California, the residential and industrial suburb of Los Angeles, was named after this Goddess. (1)

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  1. American Heritage ® Dictionary of the English Language, (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1992), Third Edition; Copyright © 1992 Houghton Mifflin Company
  2. Bell, Robert E.   Women of Classical Mythology, (New York, New York: Oxford University Press Inc., 1993), page 379
  3. Pearls of Wisdom ®, Volume 21, Number 24 (Malibu, California: Summit Lighthouse, 1978), page 118
  4. The Voice of the I AM ®, (Santa Fe, New Mexico: Saint Germain Press Inc., 1943), March 1943, page 3
  5. Walker, Barbara G.   Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, (HarperCollins Publishers, 1983), pages 806

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