Divine connection: styrax
Ἵππαν κικλήσκω, Βάκχου τροφόν, εὐάδα κούρην,
Ippa I call, nurse of Bacchos, benevolent Daughter,
μυστιπόλον τελεταῖσιν ἀγαλλομένην Σάβου ἁγνοῦ
Axis of the completion of mysteries, glorious power of pure Sabos,
νυκτερίοις τε χοροῖσιν ἐριβρεμέταο Ἰάκχου.
When nightly choruses roar the cry, “Iacchos!”
κλῦθί μου εὐχομένου, χθονία μήτηρ, βασίλεια,
I call to me, I profess my prayer, Mother Earth, Basileia,
εἴτε σύ γ' ἐν Φρυγίηι κατέχεις Ἴδης ὄρος ἁγνὸν
Whether you are in Phygia prevailing over Mount Ida pure,
ἢ Τμῶλος τέρπει σε, καλὸν Λυδοῖσι θόασμα·
Or in Tmolos delighting in the beautiful Lydian oasis,
ἔρχεο πρὸς τελετὰς ἱερῶι γήθουσα προσώπωι.
Come before these holy rites, with Ge’s countenance divine.
 The immortal Goddess Ippa “is the soul of the universe.” She took into her care the infant Dionysos and conveyed him to Mount Ida and to the Great Mother of the Goddesses and Gods. (Proclus, Commentary on the Timaeus of Plato, trans. Thomas Taylor https://ia800306.us.archive.org/29/items/ProcluscommentaryOnTheTimaeusOfPlato/33700322-Proclus-Commentary-on-the-Timaeus-of-Plato-all-five-books.pdf
The name Ippa literally translates as, “divine power (Ἵ) + united (π) + united (π) + transcendant (α).”
“In favour of regarding the Minoan Mother as a universal deity is the fact that in Crete she occupied virtually the same position as her counterparts in western Asia. She was [sic: is] the source of all vegetation and the mistress of all the earth produced, the [G]oddess of nature in all its aspects, ‘the star of the sea’, the lady of the nether regions, and later acquired martial qualities, in all of which aspects she was comparable to her later manifestations. Her consort assumed the role of the youthful male [G]od as her satellite, personifying the transitory seasonal sequence of vegetation like Adonis, Attis, Tammuz or Baal.” (E.O. James, The Ancient Gods: The History and Diffusion of Religion in the Ancient Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean, G.P. Putnam, New York, 1960, p. 105)
 Bacchos is the immortal God of wine and its effects.
 Sabos is another name for Bacchos/Dionysos, the immortal God of wine and its effects.
 Iacchos is the torchbearer for the Eleusinian Mysteries, considered the equivalent of Bacchos/Dionysos.
"On entering the city (Athens)…Hard by is a temple of Demeter, with images of the [G]oddess herself and of her daughter, and of Iacchus holding a torch.” (Pausanias, Description of Greece 1. 2. 4 , trans. Jones)
"…they give the name ‘Iacchus’ not only to Dionysus but also to the leader-in-chief of the mysteries, who is the genius of Demeter.” (Strabo, Geography 10. 3. 10, trans. Jones)
"The Athenians celebrate a festival each and every year in honor of the Mother and Kore (the Daughter), and any of the Athenians or other Hellenes who want to are initiated. The sound you hear is the Iakhos hymn they sing at this festival.” (Herodotus, Histories 8. 65. 4, trans. Purvis; ed. Strassler)
 Basileia means basis of rule, Queen.
 Mount Tmolos, south of Sardis and just west of ancient Philadelphia, was the site of a major temple of the immortal Mother of the Goddesses and Gods (Herodotus Book V).
 Ge is the immortal Goddess of generative earth.