In Memory of Ann Hardman
July 22, 1935 - May 13, 2023
Ann Hardman, aka Ladyhawk, was ordained a Priestess within the Fellowship of Isis on December 18, 2007. She was dedicated to Isis, Spider Woman and Ma’at. She founded the Aset of the Nile Iseum in February of 2008 and rededicated it as the Serpent of Fire Sisterhood Iseum in April of 2015.
On December 18th of 2022, on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of her FOI ordination, she renewed her commitment:
"In the beginning there was Isis, Oldest of the Old, Goddess from whom all becoming arose, Great Goddess existing from the beginning.
Isis, Priestess of the Serpent Sisterhood and Queen of the Serpent of Fire. Goddess of Transformation and Healing, Ancient Bird of Prey Goddess, the One Who Listens, Divine Healer.
I, your Priestess, greet you today within this sacred circle on the occasion of renewing my commitment to you from 15 years ago.
Kundalini, Inner Fire Serpent, rising in accordance with spiritual growth and empowerment, stand with me as my energy and power grows. I take responsibility for my words, thoughts, actions and intentions. What I put out in this world with your help will come from a place of Love, Service and Compassion. I therefore commit to be aware of and then clear negative thoughts so that I am not sending any negative energy out to an already troubled world.
Isis Who Is, Who was and ever shall Be, Daughter of the Earth and Sky, I honor You and sing Your praises.
Surround me with the purity of your Divine Light, encircle me with your Healing and Protective Wings.
Heal my body, mind and spirit.
I call to You Holy Mother, Sacred Healer and Divine Feminine, One Who Listens.
Goddess of the Great Pyramids and the hot sands of Egypt, bless me, your daughter, Ladyhawk, as I carry Your Light to others each day of my life. Be my Guide on this sacred path.
With great gratitude, love and fidelity. Blessed Be."
The Fellowship's Dulce Domum was performed for Ann on May 18, 2023 by her sponsoring center, the Crossroads Lyceum, in attunement with members of her Iseum.
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