Altars of the Adorations

Each year Clergy of the Temple of Isis California and worldwide Fellowship of Isis converge on the Isis Oasis Sanctuary in Geyserville, California to celebrate Convocation, a sacred four day intensive packed with rituals, workshops, mystery plays and dramas, and fellowship.  The final ritual event to close Convocation is the Adorations, an extravagant ritual program during which the ancient names and epithets of each year’s pairing of goddess and god are recited in litany form by all present.

Initiated by a lavish procession and presentation of offerings, the focal point of the Adorations is the large, multi-tiered shrine erected by members of Temple of Auset Nevada under the visionary direction of the Rt. Rev. Lady Zarita.  These shrines, together with the Adorations, have become a much cherished tradition of the annual TOI and FOI Convocation, always leaving those who have attended touched directly by the divine spark of the Gods that comes to settle within these temporary sacred spaces so lovingly envisaged by Lady Zarita.

The following presentation of photographs is a visual record, organized by year, of the sacred vision of Lady Zarita for establishing tangible links between our human realm and the divine realm of the Gods.

2015:  The Goddess Hwt-Her of Iunet & the God Heru of Djeba (Hathor of Dendera & Horus of Edfu).  Photos by kind courtesy of Rev. Rain Graves, Temple of Isis California


2014:  The Goddess Mafdet, the God Anpu (Anubis) & the Rt. Rev. Lady Loreon Vigné/ Isis-Loreon.  Photos by Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa


2013:  The Goddess Auset, the God Ausir (Isis & Osiris) & the Goddess Wadjet.  Photos by Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa


2012:  The Goddess Taweret.  Photos by Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa


Convocation 2012:  The Altar of Ra, “The Seventh Hour of Amduat” Ritual.  Photos by kind courtesy of Celestine Star, Temple of Isis California.


October 9, 2012:  Adorations of Auset in Willits, California.  Photos by Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa


2011:  The Goddess Heket.  Photos by Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa