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Thursday, June 02, 2011

Festival of Juno

The festival of Juno begins on June 1st and continues through June 2nd.

Themes: Feminity; Love; Relationships; Romance; Kinship; Time; Protection (Women and Children); Leadership.

Symbols: Cypress; Peacocks; Cuckoo; Luxurious Clothing; Figs; Moon (or Silver Items)

About Juno:

The supreme goddess of the Roman pantheon, Juno offers a helping hand in every aspect of our relationships, especially the safety and happiness of women and children in those settings. Juno is also a very modern minded goddess, taking an active role in public life and finances. Beyond this, she rules women's cycles, giving her connections with the moon. Art depicts Juno always wearing majestic clothing befitting the "Queen of Heaven."

To do today:

According to Roman floklore, marrying during the Festival of Juno (June 1st or 2nd) ensures a long, happy relationship. So, if you're planning a wedding or an engagement, or even moving in together, Juno can bless that commitment if you time the big step for today! As part of your devotion ritual, don't forget to wear special clothing (perhaps something your partner especially likes) to invoke Juno's attention and loving energy.

If you'd like to connect with Juno's feminine force, her leadership skills, or her sense of timing within yourself, eat some fig-filled cookies today (or just some figs), saying:

Juno, bring _______ to my spirit, my wish fulfill.
By your power, through my will.

Fill in the blank with whatever aspect of Juno you most need to develop.

Found in: 365 Goddess

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