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Ascended Lady Master Ramona

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  • Also known as:
    • Goddess of Flowers
    • Flora
    • Goddess of Spring

  • Ascended:
    • Beloved Ramona is an Ascended Being - a part of the Ascended Host of Light. She was mentioned by Name in the March 1943 issue of The Voice of the I AM ® (1)

  • 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 Flora (Ramona) may or may not reflect the actuality of the true Ascended Being.
    • Flora was also the Goddess of Spring, especially associated with vines, olives, fruit trees and honey-bearing plants. A temple was built for her at the Circus Maximus between the Aventine and the Palatine hills, and a shrine was built at the Quirinal at which corn stalks were offered. When Augustus became Pontifex Maximus, he built a chapel to Vesta in his own house on the Palatine, and dedicated it during the Festival of Floralia (Florifertum; Floral Games), (April 28 - May 3), which resulted in it becoming public holiday in the Roman Empire.
    • The Floralia, or Florales Ludi, was a six-day festival for the Goddess Flora, Deity of flowers and youthful pleasures, whose recognition was said to have been introduced by Numa. Originally Flora was honored by the Sabines, an Italic tribe that lived in the central Appennines of ancient Italy, inhabiting also Latium north of the Anio before the founding of Rome. Originally a movable feast controlled by the condition of the crops and flowers, itís believed to have been instituted in 238 B.C. under the command of an oracle in the Sibylline Books, with the purpose of gaining from the goddess the protection of the blossoms. Games were instituted in honour of Flora at that time, but were soon discontinued before being restored in 173 B.C. in the consulship of Lucius Postumius Albinus and Marcus Popillius Laenas as a six-day festival, after storms had destroyed crops and vines.

"The flowers, so blue and golden, are Stars, that in Earth's firmament do shine."

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


Fair Flora! Now attend thy sportful feast,
Of which some days I with design have past;
A part in April and a part in May
Thou claimíst, and both command my tuneful lay;
And as the confines of two months are thine
To sing of both the double task be mine.

Latin poet Ovid, Fasti, v, 185, for Flora (Floralia) Apr 28 - May 3 in the Roman calendar

"Cicero was a serious-minded man and by way of being a philosopher. When he was entering on the aedileship he shouted out, in the hearing of the whole citizen body, that among the other duties of his office it fell to him to propitiate Mother Flora by the holding of games."
St Augustine, De Civitate Dei, 11, 27

  1. The Voice of the I AM ® (Santa Fe, New Mexico: Saint Germain Press Inc., 1943), March 1943, page 3

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