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Added by Vrajitoarea on 24 Apr 2013 01:22
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Spring Goddesses

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Flora

Flora(Roman) The Goddess of flowering plants, especially those that bore fruit. Her festival, the Floralia, took place in April or early May and was marked with dancing, drinking, and flowers.
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Anna Perenna

Anna Perenna (Roman) she was associated with the cycles of the year and renewal. Her main Festival was celebrated on Ides of March.
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Artio

Artio (Swiss)The bear Goddess who hibernates during the Winter her return heralds the beginning of Spring.
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Beiwe

Beiwe (Finnish) A Saami Goddess associated with the fertility of plants and reindeer. Together with her daughter Beiwe-Neia, they turned the hills green so the reindeer could feed.
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Blodewedd

Blodewedd(Celtic) This Spring Goddess was created by magic from nine spring flowers to be the wife of Llew Llaw. This got around the curse Arianhod had placed upon her son preventing him from taking a human wife.
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Brigit

Brigit(Celtic) In her maiden aspect this Goddess is honored at the festival of Imbolc which celebrates the first stirrings of Spring.
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Dziewanna

Dziewanna (Eastern European) Goddess of Spring and Agriculture. She was especially honored by local farmers.
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Freya

Freya (Nordic) This Nordic fertility Goddess is linked with spring growth and flowers.
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Hare Ke

Hare Ke (West African) Goddess of the sweet waters fed by the spring rains that brought fertility back to the land.
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Hebe

Hebe (Greek) The Goddess of eternal youth and Spring.
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Ostara

Ostara (Celtic) Painted eggs and white rabbits are sacred to Ostara ,the Celtic Goddess of Spring, fertility and rebirth. Her symbols haves been incorporated into the Christian celebration of Easter.
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Kostroma

Kostroma (Russian) A fertility Goddess and personification of Spring. In Russian mythology she dies at the end of each Spring, only to arise once more at the end of the following winter.
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Lada

Lada (Eastern European) As Goddess of Spring and Love she was worshipped throughout Lithuania, Poland and Russia.
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Libera

Libera (Roman) Together with Ceres and Liber she formed part of a triad of ancient Roman Gods and Goddesses responsible for bringing fertility back to the land.
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Maia

Maia (Greek) This Goddess of Spring represented the forces of growth and the return of the warm rays of the sun.
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Olwen

Olwen (Celtic) Goddess of sunlight she reappeared every Spring, leaving behind her a trail of white cloverwhere ever she walked.
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Persephone

Persephone (Greek) Her mother Demeter mourned her daughter as left for the underworld each Autumn causing the land to become cold and barren. When she returned in the Spring the happy Demeter would bestow the land with growth and abundance.
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Proserpina

Proserpina (Roman) She was the Roman counterpart to Persephone and daughter of the grain Goddess Ceres.

The Spring Goddess celebrates the turning of the wheel of the year as the death and decay of winter gives way to a time of renewal and rebirth. Spring begins with the first green shoots and explodes into a multitude of beautiful blossoms and promise of good harvest. In ancient times many festivals were held to celebrate the Spring Goddesses who were associated with flowering, growth and fertility of the land. Below is an exploration of the many faces of this Goddess taken from myths from around the world.

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