Advisory Board and Global Website of the Fellowship of Isis
The Star of Elen was founded by Olivia Robertson and Caroline Wise and
formally chartered by FOI co-founder Olivia Robertson on July 8th 2008.
The Star of Elen joins the Circle of Brigid and the Circle of Isis in the
harmonious constellation of Fellowship of Isis Advisory Boards. All boards
have equal standing within the Fellowship and work together in good will with
sister circles the Star of Isis, and the Circle of Pelagia.
The Star of Elen, although international, provides a focus for members in
the British Isles, especially those discovering and exploring the Goddess
through the arts.
The Star of Elen Members are Olivia Robertson,
John Merron, Laura Janesdaughter,
and Fred Lamond. We have associate members in London,
Glastonbury, Staffordshire in the UK, plus Germany and the USA.
The three Global websites for the Fellowship of Isis are
The Circle of Isis http://www.thecircleofisis.com
The Star of Elen http://www.starofelen.org
FOI Germany http//www.isis-kolleg.de/indexfoid.htm
The Fellowship of Isis has no affiliations.
Olivia writes: "The Star of Elen forms a global circle linking the Circle of
Brigid in Ireland and the Star of Isis and the Circle of Isis in the USA.
Owing to the extraordinary expansion of the Fellowship of Isis, it has been
necessary to form such Circles. The Circle of Brigid has been formed to
facilitate events at Clonegal Castle, the others organise Global websites
which have already brought the FOI to 123 countries.
Caroline and Olivia have exhaustively planned this new star, which will have a
global website, events and a magazine in the British Isles, which extends to
any members throughout the world with goodwill to all.
The individual emphasis is on the arts so integrated with the culture of
Europe, especially London with its links to the Golden Dawn and so many
other distinguished societies."
The Star will focus on the Goddess in
the arts, and the Goddess in the
British Isles, the Goddess in London,
and our fore-sisters in the Hermetic
Order of the Golden Dawn, The
Theosophical Society and other
esoteric movements in the 19th and
20th Century. We shall also be
exploring the FOI Liturgy.
FOI members after a charity
performance of Florence Farr’s Golden
Dawn influenced play The Shrine of
the Golden Hawk, July 2008.