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)
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...
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