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Sunday, March 10, 2013

Celebrating The Daedala

Themes: Love; Romance; Forgiveness; Humor
Symbols: Oak; Myrrh; Poppy
Presiding Goddess: Hera
Date: March 10 (approximately)

About Hera: Hera rules the earth, its people, and the hearts of those people. Using passion and creativity. Hera nudges star-crossed lovers together, chaperones trysts, and helps struggling marriages with a case of spring twitterpation!

To Do Today:

Ancient Greeks honored Hera and Zeus's reconciliation today, often in the company of old oak trees. Small pieces of fallen wood are collected to symbolize the divinities, then burned over the ritual fire to keep love warm. To mirror this custom, find a fallen branch and burn a small part of it as an offering to Hera. Keep the rest to use as a goddess image year-round, burning a few slivers whenever love needs encouragement.

Present someone you love or admire with a poppy today to symbolically bestow Hera's blessings on your relationship. If you have a loved one away from home, burn some myrrh incense in front of their picture so Hera can watch over them and keep that connection strong.

From 365 Goddess

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