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Exploring Pagan Traditions in Rockford, IL

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December 2018

The Roman God Janus

The Roman God Janus

Janus is the ancient Roman God of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, duality, doorways, passages, and endings. A uniquely Roman God, Janus has no equivalent in Greek religion. However late roman period art from the Greek regions has turned up a handful of Janus inspired Hermes artworks. Janus is usually depicted as having two faces, one looking forward, the other back. This forward and backward, future and past, war and peace dichotomy embodies the nature of the God.

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Divination Sunday

Join at the Rockford UU 12:00pm us on Sunday January 6th for Divination Day.  Bring your favorite divinations tools to share and discuss.  Practice giving readings or have a reading done for you!

Celebrating The Poseidea

Modern American pagans often consider Poseidon in the summer, when they make their way to beaches across the land.  However – in ancient Attica the month of Poseidon feel in mid-winter.

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Poesidon Pinterest Board

Celebrate the Posidea this month with all things Poseidon.

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