On Left in Oval …The “Angels”
Two Angels encircled: known to Founder as:
Angel Micah and Angel Remliel i.e. “seeking approval”
Illustration from the Book “Angel Answers”… Author Andrew Ramer.
Granted approval for use and Submitted by Renowned Artist and Author
Reverend Karen M. Haughey
An Affiliate of the Spiritual Connection Center.
“Angel Micah” … Angel of the Divine Plan
Angel Micah watches over spiritual evolution.
“Angel Remliel” … Angel of Awakening
Remliel helps bring us in communion with God.
In the Middle…The “Lotus Flower”
The “Lotus” starts as a small flower down at the bottom of a pond in the mud and muck. It slowly grows up towards the water’s surface, continually moving towards the light. Once it emerges to the surface, its blooms, thus, symbolizing awakening to spiritual reality.
It is believed, that God created the “Lotus” as the first flower to appear in a world of water.
Description of the Lotus Flower: Depicts “Spiritual Promise”, and the “Expansion of the Soul”.
The Logo is a “Lotus Shape Flower” with two sets of petals consisting of “Four” points each.
The First Set of Petals symbolizes “ The Four Corners of the Universe ”.
Underneath is the Second Set of Petals as it symbolizes and represents, ”The Four Archangels” that govern over the North, East, South, and West.
The Ten Gold Petals signify the Perfection of Divine Order. A ”Completeness of Order” marking its entirety round. The Ten petals imply “Completion”, having the order of perfect harmony.
The Three Petals signify the “Holy Trinity” God, Our Father, Jesus Christ, Our Lord, and the Holy Spirit, Our Comforter.
The Center of The “Lotus Flower”
In the Center of the Lotus, lies a Symbol for “Jesus Christ The Divine.”
The meaning of the Initials “IHS” means “In His Service.”
The Founder of the SCC uses its letters to represent her desire to be of service to Our Lord, Jesus Christ.
The Lummiated Dove, Symbol represents the “Holy Spirit.”
Jesus told His apostles…”I will ask the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may be with you forever; the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it does not behold Him or know Him, but you will know Him because He abides with you, and will be in you. I will not leave you; I will come to you.” (John 14:16)
The lotus and water lily are prominent symbols in Egyptian, Biblical, Classical, European, and Indian, literature. They relate to creation, regeneration, and the state of the initiate and higher beings, of all whom travel through life’s vicissitudes and trials, to become at one with God, in order to return and spread its light to other receptive souls. In addition, the “Lotus” symbolizes “Immortality and Resurrection.”Sunrise Magazine, August/September 2000; copyright © 2000 Theosophical University Press
Spiritual Motto: “embrace…nourish and believe”
Meaning of The Words
Embrace… the Purpose of Existence
Nourish… the Soul with Divine Wisdom
and Believe…Its Truth.
Abbreviation of The Spiritual Connection Center is… S.C.C
“Find your comfort in knowing that
The Kingdom of Heaven is inside you and it is outside you”.
(Gospel of Thomas)