The term God and Goddess is given to ascended masters and cosmic beings who ensoul the God-consciousness of their office. Below are Goddesses whose names we have been given, that we may call upon them.

Amaryllis is the Goddess of spring and the spirit behind the yearly miracle that truly is springtime. The angels and elemental nature spirits who serve with Amaryllis are embued, each year, with that flame of resurrection that produces a rebirth within nature. Through her mastery of the mental plane and the air element, she rejuvenates our consciousness so that we may fulfill our divine plan and she helps us to overcome the last enemy, which is death. She also embodies the golden flame of divine precipitation, tinged with brilliant green.

Kuan Yin, the compassionate saviouress is the Goddess of Mercy, the divine mother and mediatrix who fully embodies the virtues of mercy, compassion and forgiveness. She ministers to the souls of humanity through the violet transmuting flame. As the great boddhisattva, Kuan Yin has foregone the bliss of nirvana and vowed to save all children of God. Her mantra, Om Mani Padme Hum means, “Hail to the jewel in the Lotus!” Kuan Yin becomes the jewel in the lotus of the devotee's heart.

Amerissis, Goddess of Light, is a powerful being who is devoted to the light of God in every part of life, down to the very electron. Prior to her ascension, Amerissis was embodied in South America and had achieved such an attainment that she was able to maintain life in her body for more than five hundred years. In a moment of pride, as she was congratulating herself for her spiritual attainment, a black magician superimposed upon her the tail of a fish, trapping her in the form of a mermaid.

Because of her great attainment, the law required her to ascend from the form in which she had gained her mastery, so she could not lay down her body and be reborn. From that moment forward, Amerissis never dwelled on the imperfection of her form and kept her attention focused upward on the light, calling for that light to expand. She continued to serve mankind from behind a counter, where no one could see her tail. Three hundred years later, when her momentum of light was great enough, the Brotherhood sent an unascended master to assist her and together, they invoked enough sacred fire to shatter the matrix that had imprisoned her so that she could ascend.

The Goddess of Freedom is the cosmic embodiment of freedom to all systems of worlds. She has kept the flame of freedom on earth for thousands of years. A focus of her very heart chakra is ensconced in her statue over the Capitol in Washington D.C., pulsing the flame of freedom into receptive hearts and souls, especially within the nation's leadership.

The Goddess of Beauty is a lady master who enshrines all of the attributes of divine beauty, and who was recently embodied as Ruth Hawkins. She is the twin flame of Paul the Venetian and tirelessly served the cause of the Great White Brotherhood. She is remembered for her great love of beauty, for her paintings of the masters, for her love of children, for her violet flame invocations and for her service to Paris and the people of France. You can read of her heartwarming devotion to life in the book, The Masters and the Retreats by Mark and Elizabeth Clare Prophet.

Portia is a lady master and the twin flame of Saint Germain, who after thousands of years of service to life on the seventh ray of freedom, justice and mercy, earned the title of Goddess of Justice and Goddess of Opportunity. Portia ascended home to God before discord began to manifest on earth, and she remained in the Great Silence for a long time, holding the balance for her embodied twin flame. When Saint Germain, embodied as Francis Bacon, wrote The Merchant of Venice under his pen name Shakespeare, he inserted her name into the play. In 1939, Portia stepped out of Nirvana to directly help Saint Germain, now ascended, with his efforts to bring forth the I AM teachings to America and the world.

The Goddess of Liberty enshrines the cosmic consciousness of liberty for earth. She represents the archetypal pattern of the World Mother who carries the book of divine law and illumination and gives hope to the tired, the poor and all victims of tyranny. The Goddess of Liberty was also embodied in the ancient Amazonian civilization, where women ruled over a mighty people where the Amazon jungle now stands.

The Goddess of Peace works with elemental life to infuse that flame in nature. She teaches that the only way to know true peace is to find the way to our Divine Self, and she helps us anchor the flame of peace to still the turbulence of our thoughts, feelings and actions, so that we may become candidates for the ascension. She also assists mothers bearing incoming souls to prepare for the birth and destiny of their child.

The Goddess of Purity focuses the flame of Cosmic Christ purity. Her scepter of power carries a tremendous momentum of purity and pierces the darkness of human illusion, glamour and karma. She serves with the Goddess of Light and the Queen of Light to anchor the intense light of the Christ consciousness on earth each day, and especially during winter solstice. These lady masters also serve in hospitals, anchoring their healing ray of purity when surgeries are taking place.

  Fortuna, Goddess of Supply, is a cosmic being who precipitates her momentum of abundance to all who call upon her. Her momentum is a powerful radiance of green and gold like the sun, and she desires that mankind experience the glory of the golden ages. Fortuna teaches that abundance is an outer manifestation of inner harmony, and that as you sow harmony, you reap supply. She also teaches that gold and supply comes from heaven to those who have a heart of gold, and to those who love and serve life for the glory of God.

Pallas Athena, Goddess of Truth, is a tremendous being who ensouls the cosmic consciousness of truth Pallas Athena served as a high priestess in the temple of Truth on Atlantis and kept the flame of truth for the golden Age of Greece. She also directed the oracles of Delphi, where temple virgins served as messengers for the gods and goddesses.

C.W. Leadbeater describes her, “Pallas Athene, the grey-eyed goddess of wisdom, was a magnificent and splendid being.... Much of the wonderful art of Greece was inspired directly by her; and to satisfy her it had to be the very highest and truest and most accurate. She could not tolerate a single line misplaced, even in the smallest thing....She kept Athens in the perfect order, directing it, governing it, brooding over its people with her wonderful inspiration because it would have been a disgrace to be otherwise than beautiful.”

Theosophia is the ascended lady master name for the founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, who had a profound gift of healing. The name Theosophia means “divine science.” Mary made her ascension thirty years after her final incarnation. She is very close to Jesus. She was embodied as Mary of Bethany, and also as one who had served in the Temple of Illumination on Atlantis.

Upon her ascension, Mary took up the office in hierarchy of Goddess of Wisdom which was previously held by another lady master, who went on to cosmic service when Mary assumed that office. As the Goddess of Wisdom, she teaches souls how to apply Christ's wisdom in a practical way in everyday life. She is very concerned with the Christ-education of children, protecting their minds from the manipulation of the left-handed path and the forces of darkness. She also strives to help mankind understand that truth, science and spirit all spring from the same source.

The White Goddess is one of the many images of the Divine Mother, who is also a living being personifying that office. In Tibet, she is worshiped as the savioress Tara. The White Goddess' symbol is the fully opened lotus, that represents the opening of the petals of the chakras. Tara embodies blessings and generosity towards all life, and helps us to gently raise the Kundalini energy from the base-of-the-spine chakra to the crown chakra until full enlightenment blossoms within us. Tara also teaches the mathematics of divine timing whereby we will overthrow the force of darkness and save humanity, in the joy of the sacred fire.

The ascended Lady Master Ramona is mentioned in the March 1943 issue of Voice of the I AM. She is also known as Flora and the Goddess of Flowers, and flowers are a physical expression of God's perfection and love.

Author's Bio: 

Therese Emmanuel Grey is spiritual and relationship mentor who teaches the inner family archetypes to help heal individuals and families. She has co-authored two landmark books, Why We Do What We Do and The Psychology of Success. Her autobiography, Miracles, Masters and Mirth: Adventures in Spirituality and Self-Awareness, provides extraordinary insights on the purpose of life and can be found at Therese also wrote the beautifully illustrated children's book, The Legend of the Ancient of Days, available at Therese nurtures a fast-growing online community of spiritual seekers and holistic minded individuals at She also hosts several radio programs, including daily violet flame mantras and meditations at Therese teaches weekly classes, webinars and facilitator training courses from her home in Montana, including the well-loved Radiant Sherpa Retreat. She also offers private sessions, where she shares highly effective insights and rituals to help you connect to your angels and sponsoring master. Find out more at