Sunday, March 16, 2008

Festival of Quinquatria

Color of the day: Brown
Incense of the day: Honeysuckle

The old Roman festival of Quinquatria honors the goddess Minerva. Minerva is the goddess of wisdom and learning. She is often seen accompanied by an owl. She is also the goddess of arts and crafts, and is especially fond of weaving. Make today a day of weaving in your own festival of Quinquatria. Even if you are not a weaver, you can create some form of weaving: weave your words into small charms of blessings as your greet your friends and co-workers; weave together a few stems of fresh flowers or a few strips of colored paper to create a small item of color and beauty; weave together some strands of dough to create a tasty treat or even some strands of your own hair to give you a touchable reminder of the wisdom and beauty of Minerva.

By: Winter Wren

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