The Official Prayer of Isis-Loreon of Temple of Auset Nevada By Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa, Pr.H., Sanctioned By The Rt. Rev. Lady Zarita M. Zook/ Arch Priestess of Auset

Rt. Rev. Lady Loreon Vigne

The Rt. Rev. Lady Loreon Vigné, Arch Priestess of Isis, Foundress of Temple of Isis California


Homage to You, Isis-Loreon,
Lady of Light and Handmaiden of Isis!

Homage to You, Loreon-Isis,
Heart of Illumination Whom Horus
Receives with His falcon wings!

Blessed is Your name, O Loreon Vigné,
O Isis One, united with Isis, Whose
Divine grace works the miracle of faith
For all who call upon Her!

Great Loreon, Isis, bless us with Your love,
Your generosity, Your kindness and forgiveness!
May we remain strong in the Family of Isis
Forever, anointed by the boon of Your
Limitless wisdom!

For Yours is mercy, the benediction of
Compassion for all living creatures,
The Holy Rays of the rainbow bridge to

O merciful Goddess,
O Loreon-Isis, Isis-Loreon,
Yours is the love of the Justified,
The Resurrected and the Living,
For in Osiris You are risen,
And in Isis You are forever living
Amongst us!

Holy Loreon, Lady of Light,
Who is Mother of us all and
Hearer of prayers, enter our
Hearts, and lead us into the
Eternal life of Almighty Isis,
The Great Mother Goddess!

All text copyright © 2014-2015 Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa

Everyone’s Butterfly: A Poetic Tribute to Lady Loreon Vigné, Arch Priestess/ Temple of Isis California, By Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa, Pr.H/ Temple of Auset Nevada

Everyone's Butterfly

Twilights come and nightshades fall,
The sky receives the raven’s call.
The blush of youth,
Burning in the morning’s light,
Matures as unfolds the heavy
Blanket of night.

All that ends begins again,
When morning returns
To let the light back in.

Sparkle, pulse, shine and glimmer,
Even at dusk when the lights
Grow dimmer.

The timid moth awaits her time,
With endeavor and faith she weaves.
To and fro, a home she does grow,
In damp green Earth and leaves.

A crow’s call pierces the starry night,
Beneath round face of alabaster light.
The rooster springs
When blue bird sings,
Another dawn, with life it brings.

The moth, so timid, whose colors wait to shine,
Prepares to disappear
Within the cocoon of time.

Gilded sun and silver moon,
Your lights they fade, like life,
Too soon.
But they come again, with the dawn,
Pulse and glimmer,
With fire and passion,
The colors they shimmer.

Whisper, shelter, gentle home,
She has hidden a secret
That blossoms alone.
Through nights of flaxen stars,
Days of burning color,
She transforms nature’s mettle to a form
Like no other.

Alone, inspiration grows,
But dazzles when colors reveal
What once hid a secret,
Has become open and real.

A lark on high heralds dawn’s reign,
The burst of new life
Awakens again.

Tears, sorrow and strife
Recede as the tides,
And timid cocoon bursts
With colors that fly.

Our star, our love, our golden wings flashing,
In time have risen,
Over seas and tides crashing.

Though twilights return,
And nightshades are drawn,
Always sings the triumphant sun,
Forever comes the dawn.

Lavender, purple, royal and free,
Your cocoon has revealed a secret in me!

That love is renewed
And eternal, it grows.
It sprouts its wings,
And nobody knows
When a soul shall be born
Or spring free in the sky,
For you, little moth, have become
Everyone’s butterfly.

All text copyright © 2014-2015 Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa

We Need You Isis: A Hymn to the Goddess Isis By the Rt. Rev. Lady Loreon Vigne, Arch Priestess/ Temple of Isis California

Auset and Heru

NOTE: This hymn or song to the Goddess Isis was presented by Lady Loreon on January 18, 2003 during the Consecration ceremonies of the World Peace Temple of Isis in San Diego, California, and is used currently by the clergy & supporters of Temple of Isis Nevada as a constant reminder of Goddess ethics in the current age. No changes- either in wording or punctuation- were made in the transcription of this text from the original copy provided by Lady Loreon.


Oh Isis, dear Isis
We need you now
For humans living on Earth
Do not know how
To live in peace and harmony
No matter what their path
Men fight and kill each other
With anger, hate, and wrath
They pollute our lovely planet
With poisons that destroy
The wondrous wildlife that abounds
For humankind to enjoy
They strip the green rain forests
Pollute the waters too
Oh Isis, dear Isis
We know not what to do
We need you!

We need your compassion
To teach us all to live
To be more fully human
To learn to forgive
To practice lots of kindness
To all of any faith
No matter what their color
Or religion or their race
To see the universe as one
To worship the Divine
To honor each and everyone
As a beautiful design
To be always thankful
For all that you provide
And honor each and every day
With Isis by our side
Oh Isis, be with us,
Come to us from above
We need your blessed beauty
We need your healing love
We need you!

So Isis from Her place on high
Heard the Priestess plea
She came to Earth to find a way
And gave us this decree
You must just love each other
And give thanks every day
Protect the gifts upon the Earth
And take some time to pray
I am here! I am here! I am here!

All text copyright © 2003 Rt. Rev. Loreon Vigné

Honoring the Earth, Composed By the Rt. Rev. Lady Loreon Vigné, Arch Priestess of Isis/ Temple of Isis California

Honoring the Earth

I will honor the planet that we live on
For there really is no other
We are all sisters We are all brothers
And the Earth She is our Mother

I will honor the Sun and the Moon
For they shine on us together
The Sun is our Yang The Moon is our Yin
And they light our way forever

I will honor the plants and trees
For they grow with such great beauty
The trees give us fruits The plants give us food
Their designs are a mystery

I will honor the rivers and streams
And the waters of the ocean
For water is so sacred It purifies our lives
It deserves our full devotion

So let us honor the Planet, the Sun and the Moon
The plants and the trees, the valleys and the hills
The rivers and the streams and all that live upon the Earth.

All text copyright © 2005-2014 Rt. Rev. Loreon Vigné

The Call of Auset (Part One)~ By Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa, Pr.H/ Temple of Auset Nevada

Call to Auset

As many of you know, I am a priest of Isis in the Temples of Isis California and Nevada, and a Priest Hierophant of the Goddess in the Fellowship of Isis. What does it mean to be a priest or priestess of the Goddess Isis in today’s world? I do not have a right to speak for others. The call of Isis is a deeply personal path, and each member of Her clergy has her or his own experience that awakened the desire to serve the Goddess in this way. 

For me, the call of Isis came to me as a young boy of only ten, when, through the intervention of Isis, the Rt. Rev. Lady Loreon Vigné answered a letter I had written to her, and very generously volunteered to be my spiritual teacher. For me, Isis embodied the ancient Egyptian rites and traditions, and the very essence of unconditional love. She was the protectress and custodian of the most ancient divine Mysteries, and to serve Her was to serve the origins of the human soul.

Lady Loreon was very patient and generous to me, and helped me to cultivate a genuine understanding of religion, not as an authoritative body of rituals and dogma, but a mystical path to self awareness and divine communion. The ancient Egyptian traditions of Isis, she taught me, were the origins of humankind’s relationship with the Sacred Feminine…and it was time for humankind to return to that Source called Mother.

Being a priest of Auset, for me, does not mean that I am holy or chosen or special. It does not mean that I have power or knowledge or gifts that others do not have. Queen Isis is the Mother of Gnosis, mystical awareness of things as they truly are. This is an awareness that all beings are heirs to, and all hearts can awaken. When we yearn for nothing else so deeply as to be united with our divine nature, then we have already achieved an answer to the call of Isis, and that answer can become the focal point for one’s service as priestess or priest.

In ancient times, the priestess and priesthood were responsible for carrying out the daily rituals in the temple, the rituals through which humankind and the Gods remained in direct contact. Today, women and men all over the earth are experiencing a reawakening of this sacred relationship with the Goddesses and Gods, and with Auset, Isis, the Goddess of 10,000 names.

When I answered the call of Isis as a priest, I took upon myself an iron mantle of service that to my heart embodies a path of service to creation through the virtues of the Goddess. When I was ordained, Lady Loreon said, “now you have to take this out into the world and do good works for the earth and all Her creatures. It is not enough just to do rituals in the temple…get out there and serve!”

Lady Zarita Zook, Arch Priestess of Isis and foundress of Temple of Isis Nevada, has also been a kind, generous and firm teacher to me. When she ordained me as High Priest of Temple of Isis Nevada, she cautioned me, “the mantle of the clergy is not soft fabric, but iron. Feel how heavy the mantle is! This mantle is forged of steel by the Goddess, for service in Her House is a grave responsibility, a calling only the most brave can bear!”

Lady Zarita teaches all her pupils that the call of Isis is a process of putting feet on your prayers…actually going out into the world and serving others, not as a religious duty or a means of conversion, but solely because Isis is the Mother of compassion, whose kindness and embrace are unconditional, altruistic.

Priestesses and priests who simply dress up in glamorous ritual attire and perform spectacular rituals aren’t really accomplishing the work of ISIS. The true work of the Goddess is the work of a physician…a heart surgeon…repairing and healing, soothing and loving all creatures in this world. When Isis calls, it is a call to awaken. Wake up, my child, the Goddess says. It is time to get to work!

All text copyright © 2001-2015 Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa