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Juno Covella perpetual calendar of the Fellowship of Isis. by Lawrence Durdin-Robertson

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Published by Cesara Pubs. in Enniscorthy .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL21373487M
ISBN 100906007178

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Juno Covella, Perpetual Calendar of the Fellowship of Isis By: Lawrence Durdin-Robertson Cereris, was introduced by command of the Sibylline books. This was originally observed every four years, but in later times was kept annually on the 4th of October". Juno Covella - March. MARCH. Goddesses of the Calendar Month: Ranuit, Ramuit, Rennutet, Renutet. Spenta Armaiti, Spandarmat. Artemis. Minerva. The Witches. Moura. Columbina. MARCH 1st. Roman: JUNO LUCINA, The Matronalia. but as that book describes the year as always corresponding with the sun, it implies that some mode of intercalation was. Lawrence Durdin-Robertson, FOI Co-Founder. The Author. The following text comes from the Juno Covella dust jacket. The author, born in , was educated in Ireland. After serving. Books By Lawrence Durdin-Robertson Juno Covella: Perpetual Calendar of the Fellowship of Isis by Lawrence Durdin-Robertson () Jan 1, Hardcover. $ Communion with the Goddess Feb 1, by Lawrence Durdin-Robertson Paperback. Currently unavailable.

Juno Covella - "The dove that binds with cords". On certain occasions, Romans combined their goddess titles of Juno and Khubele; hence, Juno Covello. Posted by Deena at. (Symmachus, Letters, book II. lix) “Symmachus to his brother Flavian (the year ) But now because of the festival of Vesta, I am going back ” Note by Callu: “The day specially dedicated to Vesta was the 9th June”. Back to Juno Covella. Back to Lawrence Durdin-Robertson. Juno Covella: perpetual calendar of the Fellowship of Isis. it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Read saving Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. The Goddesses Of Chaldaea, Syria And Egypt/5(7). Here are some quotes from the book, "Juno Covella" by Lawrence Durdin-Robertson: Anglo-Saxon: THE MOTHERS; Modraniht, Night of the Mothers. (Hislop, The Two Babylons, p): "As the 25th of December was called by our Pagan Anglo-Saxon ancestors, 'Yuleday', or the 'Child's day', and the night that preceded it, 'MotherNight' " (Hilda Davidson.

An account of such festivals and of the splendid ritual accompanying them, will be found in verse in the ‘Ancient Book of China’, called the ‘She King’.” Back to Juno Covella. Back to Lawrence Durdin-Robertson. May Isis richly bless all who visit this site. Juno (English: / ˈ dʒ uː n oʊ / JOO-noh; Latin: IVNO, Iūnō) is an ancient Roman goddess, the protector and special counselor of the state.A daughter of Saturn, she is the wife of Jupiter and the mother of Mars, Vulcan, Bellona and is the Roman equivalent of Hera, queen of the gods in Greek mythology; like Hera, her sacred animal was the peacock. Karen Covella Creative Project Manager / Producer / Studio Manager Self-employed Book me directly! Getting me on your project just got easier. Start booking. A design-orientated Project Manager, I have experience working in creative environments from architecture and product design to digital, and enjoy bringing together my organisation skills. His book Juno Covella, "Perpetual Calendar of the Fellowship of Isis" is used by Fellowship members worldwide. (Writings of LDR) Here is what Asphodel Long, Goddess writer and scholar, wrote about Lawrence’s works: “I feel I must write some appreciation of his enormous contribution as a scholar to the whole field of Goddess research.