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7 de março "Dia em que os antigos galeses celebravam a deusa Rhiannon ou Rigatona, senhora dos domínios  da morte. Rhiannon é também a deusa que nos propicia a entrada no mundo dos sonhos, dando-nos assim as chaves que nos permitem desvendar nosso silêncio mais íntimo. É também a terrível égua que nos conduz vertiginosamente à terra dos pesadelos" (Márcia Frazão). Da pasta: Relegere-Religio.

God of the Week: Rhiannon

Rhiannon, Welsh Goddess of the earth, fertility, horses and birds, who also has links to the Underworld

Aglibôl ('Ijlibôl - عجلبول ـ عجل بول ـ ou le veau de Bôl) le dieu-lune palmyrénien Détail du linteau aux aigles du temple du dieu Baalshamin (بعل شامين أو بعلشمين) - Musée de Palmyre (Tadmor - تدمر) - Syrie RIP?

Aglibôl ('Ijlibôl - عجلبول ـ عجل بول ـ ou le veau de Bôl) le dieu-lune palmyrénien Détail du linteau aux aigles du temple du dieu Baalshamin (بعل شامين أو بعلشمين) - Musée de Palmyre (Tadmor - تدمر) - Syrie RIP?

statue of Demeter - Roman period 2th century CE, now Bardo Museum

statue of Demeter with serpent wrapped around her staff - Roman period century CE, now at the Bardo Museum

Sif is Thor’s wife, and her golden hair is as beautiful as the wind-blown silk of ripening corn or a golden sea of grain. She is a harvest Goddess who can be called on for blessings of abundance.

A 1893 depiction of the Norse goddess Sif holding a drinking horn. Sif is is a goddess associated with earth

The ouroboros or uroboros is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail.

Midgard in the middle of Yggdrasilm in an ocean surrounded by the sea serpent Jörmungandr (Miðgarðsormr) so huge he circles the world like the Ouroboros, grasping his tail.

Reddish marble carved votive relief of Selene: a female bust to the front in an arched niche, nose now missing, surrounded by a crescent on her head, seven stars in the field around and the signs of the zodiac in low relief; inscribed beneath with an unitelligible Gnostic formula  Excavated/Findspot Argos  2ndC-3rdC  British Museum  All the beings of our world are, in the eyes of the Gnostics, the sediment of a lost heaven.  — Jacques Lacarriere

Reddish marble carved votive relief of the Moon Goddess Selene: a female bust to the front in an arched niche, draped in a sleeved chiton, and with her hair parted in the middle and brought down over her ears, nose [ Read more…]

A ROMAN BRONZE DANCING LAR[Lares (singular Lar) were guardian deities in ancient Roman religion. Their origin is uncertain; they may have been hero-ancestors, guardians of the hearth, fields, boundaries or fruitfulness, or an amalgam of these.] CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN BRONZE DANCING LAR[Lares (singular Lar) were guardian deities in ancient Roman religion. Their origin is uncertain; they may have been hero-ancestors, guardians of the hearth, fields, boundaries or fruitfulness, or an amalgam of these.] CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.

Fortuna di Tomis

Psicologia della fortuna

Servilia Caepionis Mistress to Julius Caesar, mother of his assassins Brutus, step sister to Cato the younger

Servilia Caepionis (b. after 42 BC) is one of the few Roman women cited by ancient sources, mainly due to her being the mistress of Julius Caesar, mother of his assassin Marcus Junius Brutus, and half-sister of Cato the Younger.

Learn About the Two-Faced Roman God Janus: Janus

Heeler's the Two-Faced Roman God!

Although most of the Roman gods and goddesses were borrowed from the Greeks, and later on from the Egyptians and other cultures, there were some that were of Roman origin. Janus is one of those.

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