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Celebrate Juno

Date:
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Time:
7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Event Type:
Vigil/Ritual
Organizer/Author:
Leilani
Location Details:
Location upon RSVP

Celebrate Juno
Goddess of Women in public life
Tuesday, June 12th, 7:30 p.m.
Berkeley Locale (outdoors) given upon RSVP
$30 newcomers/$40 one time fee exchange
see website for series discounts
Daughters of the Goddess


Juno is an extremely powerful Goddess She is the “Supreme Goddess” or Queen of the Roman Pantheon. She is a protectress of women and children. She is usually portrayed wearing a crown on her head and dressed in royal garb. The peacock is her animal, the cypress her tree. She is also associated with figs and things made of silver. She is the protectress and guardian of women. She takes an active role in public life especially related to finances of the state, She is the protector and counselor of the Roman State. She is often shown in warlike attire, often appearing armed and wearing a goatskin cloak, which is the garment favored by Roman soldiers on campaign. She rules womyn’s cycles which connects her to moon.

Come and join us to celebrate women in public life. Regain our power, become the warrior, change the world. Please bring a red candle for the altar, in a glass container. We are meeting outside so it should be low enough not to be blown out by the wind, also any of the things that are associated with her.

Daughters of the Goddess is a Dianic womyn-only Goddess Temple dedicated to honoring Multicultural Goddesses through rituals and celebrating ceremonies of Womyn's Mysteries in the Spirit of Aloha. We generally have two rituals a month and are always looking for new womyn who feel the call of the Goddess. For more information, ritual calendar and newsletter check out our website.
Added to the calendar on Tue, Jun 5, 2007 9:15PM
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