I Celebrate Wodens Day Every Week

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    Valentine's Day Origin

    In Ancient Rome, Lupercalia, observed February 13 through 15, was an archaic rite connected to fertility. Lupercalia was a festival local to the city of Rome. The more general Festival of Juno Februa, meaning "Juno the purifier "or "the chaste Juno," was...
    koyptakh koyptakh
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    3 Responses Feb 14, 2010

    Biggest Day Of The Week Tomorrow! Wednesday!

    Woden was worshipped during the Migration period, until the 7th or 8th century, when Germanic paganismwas gradually replaced by Christianity. In Christianised Anglo-Saxon England, Woden was rationalised as a historical king, and remnants of worship were...
    koyptakh koyptakh
    51-55, M
    6 Responses Feb 9, 2010

    I Celebrate Freya's Day Every Week Too!

    Middle English fridai Old English frigedæg "Freya's day" composed of Frige (genetive singular of Freo) + dæg "day" (most likely) or composed of Frig "Frigg" + dæg "day" (least likely) Germanic ...
    koyptakh koyptakh
    51-55, M
    8 Responses Feb 9, 2010

    I Celebrate Sun's Day Every Week!

    Middle English sone(n)day or sun(nen)day Old English sunnandæg "day of the sun" Germanic sunnon-dagaz "day of the sun" Latin dies solis "day of the sun" Ancient Greek hemera heli(o)u, "day of the sun" :)
    koyptakh koyptakh
    51-55, M
    4 Responses Feb 9, 2010
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