The Pagan Calendar for February 20 to March 19th, The Month of Moura

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Moura
February 20- March 19

20– Day of Tacita (Roman)
21– Feralia (Roman)
22– Concordia, Carista (Roman)
23– Terminalia (Roman God of Boundaries)
24– Shiva(Hindu God of Destruction and Renewal)
25
26– Pentagram Night
27– Runic Half Month of Tyr(cosmic pillar) Begins
28– Zamyaz(Ancient Percian Diety), Earth Goddesses: Ceres, Demeter, Gaia, Ge, Mauri
29
1– Juno Lucina, Granny March(Bulgarian Witch-Goddess), Matronalia, Roman New Year
2– Ceadda(God of Healing Springs and Sacred Wells)
3– Aegir(Teutonic God of the Sea), All Triple Goddesses)
4– Feast of Rhiannon(Celtic/Welsh Mother Goddess), Anthesteria
5– Navigium Isis, Blessing of the Vessel by Isis
6– Mars, All Roman Household Gods
7– Junonalia
8– Mother Earth Day Festival
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11– Herakles(Hercules)
12– Martyrdom of Hypatia(the Divine Pagan)
13
14– Runic Half Month of Beorc(birch tree) Begins, Goddess of the Birch Tree, Ua, Zit(Egyptian Serpent-Goddess)
15– Rhea(Greek Earth Goddess), Festival of Attis and Cybele
16– Dionysus, Bacchus, Holika(Indian Demon-Goddess)
17– Bacchus, Dionysus, Festival of Astarte
18– Celtic Tree Month of Fearn(alder) Begins, Sheela-Na-Gig(Irish Fertility Goddess)
19– Eyvind Kinnrifi(One of Odin’s martyrs), Birth of Athena/Minerva, Sitala(Indian Goddess)

Celebrating Legends, Folklore & Spirituality 365 Days A Year for January 16th – Concordia

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January 16

Concordia

To the ancient Romans, the Goddess Concordia was the personification of concord (an agreement between members of the state or between members of groups within a guild) and sometimes associated with the Greek Goddess Homonoia—the incarnation of harmony.

On this day considered to be the center-post of the first month of the new year, Concordia was petitioned to help with the formation of favorable partnerships with business as well as with love and friendship.

Celebrating Other Spirituality 365 Days A Year – Concordia

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Celebrating Other Spirituality 365 Days A Year

Concordia

To the ancient Romans, the Goddess Concordia was the personficiation of concord (an agreement between members of the state or between members of groups within a guild) and sometimes associated with the Greek Goddess Homonoia—the incarnation of harmony.

On this day, considered to be the center-post of the first month of the New Year, Concordia was petitioned to help with the formation of favorable partnerships with business as well as with love and friendships.

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