The 72 Names of the Divine Mother
according to the study by Dr. J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D.,Ph.D.
copyright © 1998 J.J. Hurtak
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This study is connected with The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch® and is intended to be an ecumenical study. Therefore, for other expressions in various languages: see also our pages on the Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek expressions of the Divine to provide additional study. We encourage you to do your own research as well.
The purpose of this page is to allow those who so desire to study the Divine Names throughout the Scriptures. Before studying this section we must acknowledge that there are more than these few Names of Divine Mother provided in Vedic literature.
Remember, these words are sacred words and should be treated with respect.
Collected from ancient sources and arranged for liturgical setting of chanting and responses by J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D.,
Ayelet Ha Shachar
Ananda rupayai namah
Apara karunabhavayai namah
Atma ahlada dayinyai namah
Citisakti diiptayai namah
Hamolca Shehorta Batom
Hamolca Shehualta Lashamayim
Hebetula Raba Hajekolet
Loka vanditayai namah
Malcat Ateret Horadim
Malcat Kol Kukadoshim
Piyhusa varsinyai namah
Sansara samudra tarinyai namah
Sri sadgurorhridayasthitayai namah
Svarupa salinyai namah
Trailokya vanditayai namah
Trayambaka patnyai namah
Our work is ecumenical. For other expressions in various languages see:
Hebrew-Aramaic Sacred Names and Greek Sacred Names.
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