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Romanian Gods What’s Behind the Dracula Story? VideoThe Other Land of the Gods - English version - 22 mn FREE Subtitles spanish - Romania The gods, demigods and heroes from the contemporary romanian mithology are the followings: ARMINDEN, is a god of vegetation, protector of sowing, vineyards and orchards of cattle and horses. The customs used at Arminden’s holiday on 1 of May are: the decoration with green branches of pillars, doors and houses in order that peoples and animals to be protected from the evil spirits. List of figures, creatures and legends from Romanian mythology. Count Dracula; Blajini; Ior; The Eternal Man; Vampires and Strigoi. Jidovii are described in Romanian legends as kind and patient, walking with huge steps from one hill to another. Their presence in Romania is well maintained by the multitude of places that were named after them: the Jidovi table, the Jidovi cave, the hill or the tombs of Jidovi, and also, there is jidovina, a measuring unit consisting of several meters, the equivalent of a giant’s step. Romania is a rich trove of mythology and folklore, historically located at the crossroads between Germanic, Latin and Slavic traditions. Myths in the ancient kingdoms of Carpathia and Transylvania are especially original. Unfortunately, few primary sources are currently available in English. Notable mythological individuals are Strigoi and vampires. The "vampire" Vlad Țepeș (famously the. The gods, demigods and heroes from the contemporary romanian mithology are the followings: ARMINDEN, is a god of vegetation, protector of sowing, vineyards and orchards of cattle and horses. Even after Christian imagery and symbolism became part of Romanian culture, Mother Earth is identified as the consort of God, the heavenly Father. The origin of mountains is explained in a number of ways by the cultures of the different regions of Romania. Genesis the creation stories in Romanian folklore are numerous and varied, from its ancient, Indo-European roots with Brother and Non-brother, to a Christianization of the tale involving God and His perpetual antagonist, Satan. This is my own version of the Romanian creation story with elements taken from all. Dacian mythology, Romanian folklore’s source of inspiration Rich and diverse, the Dacian mythology was unfairly overshadowed by the Greek or Roman mythologies. It stands out particularly for its wolf cult, for its fantastic characters such as the werewolf or the vampire and for the unabandoned elements which gave birth to the Romanian folklore.
Fan Feed 0 Björn Ironside 1 Main Page 2 Demigod. Universal Conquest Wiki. Gods Olympians Apollo Ares Dionysus Hades Hephaestus Hermes Poseidon Zeus Titans Atlas Coeus Cronus Helios Hyperion Prometheus More Titans Other Gods Adonis Chaos Crius Eros Kratos Pan Uranus More Gods Roman Goddesses Olympians Aphrodite Artemis Athena Demeter Hera Hestia Other Goddesses Gaea Nike Selene Heroes Achilles Alexander the Great Bellerophon Heracles Odysseus Perseus Theseus Other Heroes Myths Adventures of Perseus Adventures of Theseus The Amazons Apollo and Daphne The Argonauts Titanomachy Creatures Centaurs Chimaera Cyclops Echidna Medusa Minotaur Pegasus Sirens More Mythical Creatures.
Apollo Apollo was the son of Leto and Zeus. Mars Roman God of War — Mars Religion was an important part of daily life in Rome.
It remains to be seen. If you are curious about his adventures on this quest, you can read the story in English. With stories being passed down from one generation to another, the Romanian folklore was always rich with magical or scary tales.
It is essential to preserve these creations together with the act of telling stories and fables. Occasionally they help children find answers to moral questions in life.
We hope you liked our selection of Romanian mythical monsters. However, Romanian mythology is full of characters, and you can read more about them here or in future articles.
It also became a near ubiquitous title or honour for various minor local deities, including the Lares Augusti of local communities, and obscure provincial deities such as the North African Marazgu Augustus.
This extension of an Imperial honorific to major and minor deities of Rome and her provinces is considered a ground-level feature of Imperial cult.
Augusta , the feminine form, is an honorific and title associated with the development and dissemination of Imperial cult as applied to Roman Empresses , whether living, deceased or deified as divae.
The first Augusta was Livia , wife of Octavian , and the title is then shared by various state goddesses including Bona Dea , Ceres , Juno , Minerva , and Ops ; by many minor or local goddesses; and by the female personifications of Imperial virtues such as Pax and Victoria.
The epithet Bonus , "the Good," is used in Imperial ideology with abstract deities such as Bona Fortuna "Good Fortune" , Bona Mens "Good Thinking" or "Sound Mind" , and Bona Spes "Valid Hope," perhaps to be translated as "Optimism".
During the Republic, the epithet may be most prominent with Bona Dea , "the Good Goddess" whose rites were celebrated by women. Bonus Eventus , "Good Outcome", was one of Varro's twelve agricultural deities, and later represented success in general.
From the middle Imperial period, the title Caelestis , "Heavenly" or "Celestial" is attached to several goddesses embodying aspects of a single, supreme Heavenly Goddess.
The Dea Caelestis was identified with the constellation Virgo "The Virgin" , who holds the divine balance of justice. In the Metamorphoses of Apuleius ,  the protagonist Lucius prays to the Hellenistic Egyptian goddess Isis as Regina Caeli , " Queen of Heaven ", who is said to manifest also as Ceres, "the original nurturing parent"; Heavenly Venus Venus Caelestis ; the "sister of Phoebus ", that is, Diana or Artemis as she is worshipped at Ephesus ; or Proserpina as the triple goddess of the underworld.
Juno Caelestis was the Romanised form of the Carthaginian Tanit. Grammatically, the form Caelestis can also be a masculine word, but the equivalent function for a male deity is usually expressed through syncretization with Caelus , as in Caelus Aeternus Iuppiter, "Jupiter the Eternal Sky.
Invictus "Unconquered, Invincible" was in use as a divine epithet by the early 3rd century BC. In the Imperial period, it expressed the invincibility of deities embraced officially, such as Jupiter, Mars, Hercules , and Sol.
On coins, calendars, and other inscriptions, Mercury, Saturn, Silvanus , Fons , Serapis , Sabazius , Apollo, and the Genius are also found as Invictus.
Cicero considers it a normal epithet for Jupiter, in regard to whom it is probably a synonym for Omnipotens. It is also used in the Mithraic mysteries.
Mater "Mother" was an honorific that respected a goddess's maternal authority and functions, and not necessarily "motherhood" per se. Early examples included Terra Mater Mother Earth and the Mater Larum Mother of the Lares.
Vesta , a goddess of chastity usually conceived of as a virgin, was honored as Mater. BABA OARBA, The old blind women She is a old blind women camed from ancestor world who wants to kidnap children and to take them in her world.
DRAGOBETE Is the god of love celebrated on 24 of February identified with Cupidon or Eros. DRAGAICA Is an agrarian godess identified with the thracian godess Bendis or with Cosanziana Quo Sancta Diana or Artemis.
FATA PADURII The forest girl Is a mithological girl who lives in forest , her mother is Muma Padurii Mother of the forest. FETELE DE APA The water girls They are sirenes the daughters of Stima.
FLORII The flowers Are godesses of spring represented by flowers. GAIA Is the godess of death, represented by an eagle is identified with the greek godess Gaea.
GADINET SCHIOP leam man Is a divinity of the wolves celebrated on 30 of November. GURBAN Is a god of vegetation and the protector of horses and cattle.
IAMA Is a god of death. IELELE Are mithical feminine representation who appear in the night. INATOAREA Is a mithical feminin malefic representation.
LUOTOARE The takener Is a feminine representation who steals the power to grow or the crops fom the fields or weakens the animals. MIEZILA Is a personification of the midnight the period from the first singing of the cock to the second singing.
MOASA PLOII the rain which Is a messenger sent to the rain god. MOS AJUN Is the messenger of Christmas is celebrated on Christmas Eve 24 december MOS URS Old Bear Man Personification of the bear important dacian god celebrated on 1 of August.
Bear holidays are: Ursii de Toamna Autumn bears november Ursii de Iarna Winter Bears February Ziua Ursului Bear Day 2 February And another holiday, a week before Florii MOSI DE IARNA Winter ancestors They are spirits of ancestors and dead peoples celebrated in winter.
MUMA PADURII Forest mother She is a godess from the forest relative with Mosul Codrului the ancestor from forest , 0mul Padurii forestman and Fata Padurii forestgirl In some songs she is identified with Muma Mumelor Mother of the Mothers.
NASI Representants of the ancestors in the present world they help the transmigration of the soul from Existense to Preexistence.
PADUROIUL Is the master of the forest and of the mithical world from the forest. PRICOLICI Is a spirit who in the night is transforming in wolf and comes to villages.
PROCOAVA Metheorological divinity celebrated on 1 of October who covers in the winter time the earth with snow. SAMCA Dangerous spirit for the pregnant women and the new born babies.
Messenger of the gods. Minerva - The goddess of wisdom, medicine, commerce, handicrafts, poetry, the arts, and war Neptune - The god of the sea and earthquakes Nox - The primordial goddess of the night Pluto - The god of the underworld.