Ancient Calendar: May 27, 2010

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Way back in the ancient day, Rome would be hooking us up with a festival honoring their Diana of the Wild Wood. Now, interestingly enough, even though this was a festival for her, it also celebrated Prosperina (Proserpina—think Greek Persephone) and the Three Fates.

But hey, keeping with the WILD THEME, lets peak in on the Greeks in Athens who were launching their own Festival today for all Wild Women. Think debauched and orgiastic—according to some sources.

Meanwhile over in Norse territory, they are having an observance for their Goddess Frigg. It’s called Friggablót.


A little announcement. Yes, Ancient Calendar is the same as Pagan Holidays. I just thought this title might be a bit more accurate. We also have our own page, located Ancient Calendar.



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