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When an invocation is made to the Goddess, and Her Oracle is read,
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Olivia Robertson, "Sophia"


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FOI Oracle of the Month (subscribe)

January 2018
Oracle: The Goddess Sarasvati
Book: "Dea, Rites and Mysteries of the Goddess"
By: Olivia Robertson

Golden-eyed Goddess Sarasvati, thou who art crowned with the crescent moon, who beareth the sweet-toned vina, who art born aloft by the many-eyed peacock, bestow upon us thy glorious art at twilight. As the sun sinks to rest, bring us the glories of poetry and art and music, that our bodies may be united with our souls and so we may remember our journeys in the land of waking dreams.

It is through the language of art and through the holy knowledge of symbols that the Deities share their glories with their children. The beauty of music brings the harmony of the interweaving spheres of creation: poetry draws the soul to noble endeavour: and painting and sculpture breathes forth the divine essence within all things. For all that is real in the Greater is spelled forth through symbols in the lesser. So gold speaks of the sun, and silver of the moon: and sun tells of Love and moon of Truth.

You do well to invoke my aid when day blends with the shades of night. For in the twilight two worlds join in harmony, and you bring your daily existence in tune with your true eternal being. So in your morning's work create forms of beauty: in the evening animate these forms through the divine imagination. Open your eyes in the day-time. But in the evening close your eyes and see myriad visions of beauty. In the day-time listen with your ears: in the evening sit in silence and you will hear the music of my lyre that flows like a transparent river from star to star and from the throats of nightingales and in the rustle of reeds where glide my swans through pools of lotus flowers.

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