The Art of Veneration
First it can be assumed that after a few generations going back into the lineages and the marriages and those lineages that the ancestors have become spirits or ghosts.
Next, considering that they were Christian spirits it can be assumed that for the most part they are good spirits. Now these some of these spirits were greater than other spirits.
Furthermore it can be assumed that each living person has a memory of these spirits, no likely known to the conscience mind, but these spirits will have an affect on the person and so everyday the person will ascend to the father or to these past spirits. This is one way the living know God or the Father.
Now in the event that each day one spirit might ascend to one ancestor and his brother or sister might ascend to another ancestor, how is this possible? It might be that the spirit of the living is attuned to that person in the father or ancestry more than say his brother or sister. And also it might be that the ancestors sort of charge up with the days, so that one ancestor might be left to charge up for three days and be known or another for four days and be known. It might also be that certain places in the ancestry or Father are occupied by brother, sister, Father, mother, etc. and that might influence how the spirit of the living might know the father.
In the event that a person should take the time to develop an ascent to the father, in the case where a living person has found someone in the ancestry such as a Saint or a King, the idea of how to affect the ascent can become important.
The idea of a natural Vere or a forcing into the wives line is considered, especially if the male side was a soldier that say a battlefield and took a life. In this case it is likely our natural ascent would be to avoid the soldier and the death and take the ascent of the wife or of the wifes ancestry.
Other things might be able to be used to develop a veneration like altars and second marriages etc.. These type things are usually part of the clerical teachings or the divinities of the people's religion.
Finding a Saint and preparing a veneration
So in the event that a living person has studied his ancestry and has found a Saint in his or her father the divinity of that Saint is now part of the bloodline of the person who discovered it. So first a prayer should be developed to venerate the Saint.
A prayer such as God Bless the veneration of Saint Margaret, (Saint Andrew pray for us ) for the Starr's married the Spencer, Douglas, Leslie, Chrichton, Stewart, Brus, line of Saint Margaret, will allow the holy people who hear prayers to know that you are invoking the way to the Saint and you would like to either enjoy the blessings of the state of heaven the Saint can bestow or that you are in spiritual trouble feeling insecure and so with to invoke the Saint.
Modifications to the prayer such as Thank you for the Veneration instead of God Bless the Veneration are another way to raise the veneration above the primitive God into the realm of Thanks.
Continued Modification might be Let this Veneration forever link me to Saint (name given ) or Let this prayer ask a divine person to look at the veneration and make the flow of the spirit better, or Let this prayer make a natural and divine path to the Saint (name Given).
Here the idea is that the prayer could be repeated with modifications at the same church, sanctuary or chapel, and then the religious could make the veneration work.
The idea that once the prayers and venerations are established the heaven the Saint can offer can be bestowed on the venerator. Entering supplication (giving into the way of peace so the spirit can flow both into the supplicant and thru the supplicant) might also help to get the venerations going.
Taking the time to carefully look at a veneration to see how it gets to the Saint is another idea of how to plan to make a good, continuous veneration. For instance if the path to the Saint goes only thru Christian Houses such as most Venerations to England and France, then additional thought might not be in order. If the veneration goes thru a King or Queen of a house invoking the prayer to the King or Queen that the venerators want to travel thru the Kingdom and find the Christian Saint and are not looking to usurp the throne are in order. If the veneration goes thru noble houses of lines with Kings and Queens it is a good idea to see if those lines are Earles, or Dukes, or Viscounts, etc. to see if the passage thru the house has to be won or asked for.
In the case of the Starr line it is known that Soldiers in past wars used their swords for primitive kills in those Sirs. So if the Soldier was subject to the Crown and the Crown won and the rebels were subjected to exile or slavery or something else, it might be a good idea to let those sirs know that the Starr Venerator has the ability to invoke that crown to make the sir allow passage thru his sir, as the drawing of blood between sirs in war is kept as a record and so certain sirs might become subject to other sirs, thru obedience to the Crown and Thru service to the Crown, Keeping in mind that these thoughts are for the people in the veneration that grew up in a Christian Kingdom.
If the veneration starts with Christianity and then goes thru many generations of pagans or non Christians and then back to the Saint these are also ideas that the persons designing the venerations might be doing.
Many venerations are thru another Saint. So for instance to go to Saint Henry the Fowler it might be a veneration that includes Saint Margaret. So instead of Calling her Saint Margaret it might be better to refer to her as Queen Margaret of Scotland or Margaret of Scotland or Margaret Atheling, rather than as Saint Margaret because the Saint involvement by the venerator is to commune with Saint Henry the Fowler not with Saint Margaret. For Example, The Starr's married the Douglas, Leslie, Chricton, Stewart, Brus, Margaret of Scotland, line of Saint Henry the Fowler. Notice the title is used only once for the venerations.
There are organizations such as Saints and Angles and the International Society of the Descendents of Charlemagne that actually have divine people do this and register the veneration either for a fee or to improve our Society.
Divine people have a sense to follow the veneration, and if the next marriage is not there the veneration will not work. Ladies are especially good at this, especially married ladies, and so that is why the spirit of marriage is said in the prayer of the veneration.
Unfortunately if an ancestor actually did kill someone and it was not confessed there might be a problem with the veneration. This is especially true of the idea of a witch in your ancestry, discovered by a Knight, and so the witch must be killed. In the early days of Christianity the term Witch was used for a lady that was accused of taking a life, so the Knight or the homicide detective or whatever it is called, would be prone by Christian law to dispatch the Witch. This leads to great fun around All Souls Day and Halloween when it is customary to scare the Children and Neophytes. However it is a real part of Christianity and knowledge of it will lead the initiated into a mature interpretation of a witch and witchcraft instead of an idea based on Halloween or other ridiculous ideas.
Now the idea of a women in the ways of a women is also considered in veneration, and this is an important part of a church and veneration. Saint Andrew was said to be of the House Medes. Well in Hebrew Medes means Blood. So Saint Andrew is invoked because in a veneration there is a bloodline to consider. So if a women in the ways of a women (emitting blood flow) is a good Christian women and her spouse or lover does not have a veneration she may be able to offer her flow to a venerator or a member of the Clergy in order to obtain the blessings of the Saint from the clergy or the venerator.
There is another Saint, Saint Otyuru who can be invoked, (taught to me by a lady security agent) that has each drop of blood from the womb be a different part of a veneration. In other words if there are say five or six marriages between the venerator and the saint then that does not take five or six months for the Lady but by invoking Saint Otyuru there are a great number of marriages possible.
So here the lady being in the way of a women has a holy way to help the church and her people thru the Saints and Venerations.
Knowledge of each Saint becomes important, so to invoke a veneration to a Saint that is newly found on the genealogy files is a good thing, however it might be a good idea to look up the Saint in a book and find out about the Saints History, why he or she became a Saint, and any other interesting facts about the Saint.
Keeping in mind someone like Saint John Paul II who was pope was raised to the Altars by a group of two million people at beatification and a million at canonization there is more than one spirit involved with invoking a Saint. Not all saints have this many people involved, but All Saints are raised to the Altars and are residing in Heaven.
Curing and the cause of some diseases. Because the Roman Empire was coming around 20-100 AD it is possible that the idea of venerations could be used to invoke plagues and diseases on the Romans. Knowing the Hebrew Kingdom was going under the Roman Occupation for a time the Hebrew may have made ways that the use of the Father would cause a disease such as cancer and if the correct way of the father was not invoked then the person would die of the disease. Gout is a similar disease. So to cure something like Cancer or Gout a proper veneration could be invoked that could cure the disease. Once the diseased person learned the correct way and the Doctors and Clergy set it up the person could live the rest of his or her life cancer free. Some may say this is not so but certainly if someone having cancer or Gout reads this then in the least they might gain some hope, and who really knows what causes these diseases?
In Early Christianity there is much debate about how the genealogy and ancestry actually was. Especially with the invocation of Saints (sometimes used to correct bad things like incest, homicide, and rape) it becomes a debate about how the genealogy really was. In fact ideas like the fact that the only thing that survived about the Apostle Phillip that is not divined is in the Anti-Nicean Fathers that say he was the twin to Mariam. Now the Father likely knows more than this but the layman is not allowed to. This protects the church and keeps it holy, and is a good argument to stay in communion with the church, rather than just quit when the going gets tough. Another example of this is Saint Peter the son of Judas. Well the only navigation to Jonas that is known is thru Aristobulus and thru Perpetua Saint Peter's wife. Thus to get to Jonas or Andrew the navigation has to be thru Aristobulus, (causes a giant gaseaous defication) and then to Peter, his father, and then to Andrew. This protects Saint Peter and allows the Father and everyone else to not have defication accidents in life, which are set up in the chief Simeon the son of Leah and Jacob, and they become part of Saint Peter. Then if a person would attack someone who knows about this like a Father of Bishop etc.. they could be caused to be bad mannered or un-civilized in the presence of a Priest, which in fact preserves the integrity of the Priest and the Father.
So if the Father is the keeper of the cure of some diseases, and the person separates from the father, then Father may have to protect himself or his flock by invoking diseases and keeping the faithful alive the sinners who do not repent are stricken with death or disease and the disease is not cured unless the person goes back to the father. This seems a little harsh but it preserves the church and lordship and prevents unholy people from going to the extreme of setting someone up and telling others that they are next !!!!
Therefore the study of veneration and the setting up of venerations is important to a person's cause for Sainthood. The four steps for being raised to the altars are Servant of God, then Venerable, then Beatification, then Sainthood.
So communion with the Holy See becomes for the Illuminated the idea that if the Father knows the Illuminated Knight has these venerations and there is a need to give a large amount of the Father to a person or group, then the Father can allow the passage of this energy thru the Illuminated Knight to the Person or Group the Father is blessing. Of course the Father is involved as well, and if the Father has a large amount of Knights present at the Mass and the Father and the Knights call down the spirit of the Mass then the people present might have a greater mass than if it were the Father alone. Thus the argument goes that a Mass with multiple Fathers, Bishops, Archbishops, etc.. with Knights etc. and Nobles etc… then the invocation of the mass and the amount of blessing the True Father or God allows to come away from the Mass would be greater with everyone who attends, especially with a good preparation for the Mass.
So Venerations in the Chapel are made in preparation for the Sacrament, and the Father knows these Venerations are there perhaps early in the week, and so can plan that the Saints presence can be at the Mass.