Ostara gods and goddesses

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Merry neet all,

Ostara is five days away. Today I’m going to talk more about Ostara. This festival marks the arrival of spring. The land turns fertile again and baby animals play in the fields. 

The deities of Ostara are mainly the earth mother goddesses. The Crone gives way to the Maiden aspect of the Goddess. The gods and goddesses are connected with the theme of Spring. Cybele (Roman) She is the mother goddess of Rome and part of a bloody Phrygian cult, where priests performed unusual rituals in her honor. 

Eostre (Ostara) western Germanic Teutonic spring goddess. Her name is the name of the present day spring celebration of Ostara. 

Flora (Roman) A goddess of spring and flowers Annual festivals were held in her honor every spring in April to May. The Romans wore bright robes and floral wreaths. They left offerings of milk and honey to the goddess. 

As you celebrate Ostara, contemplate on which deity you honor and how you can include a way to honor the god/ goddess of your choice in your rituals. 

Blessed Be,

Lady Spiderwitch )O(

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