The Gods and their Modern Attributes?

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The Gods and their Modern Attributes?

Postby Anonymous on Thu Sep 15, 2005 2:58 pm

Salvete Omnes?

Apollo: God of the arts,medical professions and Justice and light.

Ceres:Goddess of Horticulture,and Motherhood.

Diana:Goddess of Forestry and the Lunar cycle.

Juno:Queen of the Heavens,Protector of all women.

Jupiter:The Supreme God.

Mars:Patron of the Roman People and god of War.

Quirinus:god of the military during peacetime,and deified form of Romulus.

Mercury:God of Commerce and Messenger of the gods.Also god of telecommunications.

Minerva:Goddess of all Artisans, and of Medical professions.

Neptune:God of the Seas,all waters and equestrians.

Pluto:God of the underworld itself and of the earths riches.

Proserpina:Goddess of the dead.

Saturn:God of the Earth,Sky & Time.

Venus:Goddess of love and sexual desire,also goddess of the Roman people and spring.

Vulcan:God of the forge,metalworkers and armory.

Janus:God of gates and openings.

Vesta:Goddess of hearth and home.

Amor:God of love. (Would he be the god of family love and brotherly love?)

Anteros:God of mutual love and passion.

Attis:god of vegetation.

Bacchus:God of merriment,wine and spring.

Cupid:God of Attraction.

Faunus:god of forestry and woodlands.

Genuis:god of households and the family.

Lares:gods of youthfullness and of the home.

Liber:god of fertility,passion,extacy and wild nature.

Morpheus:god of sleep.

Orcus:god of the underworld.(?)

Vertummus:god of fruits.

Libertas:Goddess of American Liberty and the American People.

Lucifer:god of daylight and the morning.

Brittania:Goddess of the British people.

Epona:Goddess of Horses and Equstrianism(sp?).

Do you see any of these differently and any thoughts on any god/ddess I left off?
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Postby Quintus Aurelius Orcus on Sun Sep 18, 2005 11:05 pm

Salve Caldus

Not at the moment, but do check out the essays section of the Collegium Religionum. You will an essay on the Roman Gods there with their functions and all.
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Postby Anonymous on Sun Sep 18, 2005 11:15 pm

Quintus Aurelius Orcus wrote:Salve Caldus

Not at the moment, but do check out the essays section of the Collegium Religionum. You will an essay on the Roman Gods there with their functions and all.


Salve Orce et Gratias Tibi,
Ill check it out.. :D
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