Goddess Fortuna CD

Goddess Fortuna CD

[ad_1] The Goddess Fortuna was a major deity among the ancient Romans. In fact, she held charge of the fates of all humans in her early career. So imagine in ancient Rome — the fate of your fortune was known and even influenced by this goddess. With this kind of mindset, it’s understandable why Fortuna was afforded the most luxurious kind of worship. Extravagant altars, celebrations and placations flowed from the community to Fortuna. all in hopes to gain good fortune.

Later in history, Fortuna became more of a fertility figure. Unwed Roman women would join forces with the goddess to land an ideal mate. Women seeking healthy pregnancies would also worship her, as Fortuna was known to be the fertility-maker of both human and earthly wombs. She put the touch of ripeness in the air, and issued insurance policies for abundance.

With all the highs to Fortuna, there are also lows. Whether in luck or fertility, Fortuna cast the die that colored the lives of ancient Romans.

Because she had such massive sway, one of Fortuna’s attributes is a globe to convey the collective nature of her influence. A globe expresses her ability to oversee the world’s activities and doll out global rulings in matters of fate. Globes are also symbolic of: Inclusion, Community, Wholeness, Femininity and Protection. Globes possess symbolic meanings of totality — both cosmic and physical. It is an icon of achievement; as if to say the whole world is «at our fingertips.» It is a symbol of comprehension too, getting the idea — or grasping the «bigger picture.» The globe is also a geometric aspect of the circle which deals with infinity, completion, cycles and totality.

Not just for Thanksgiving anymore, the cornucopia also serves as a goddess symbol to Fortuna because it’s all about value, abundance and infinite supply. What a great mental icon — the horn of plenty. Actually, mythology indicates it’s the horn of endless plenty. The original cornucopia was a ram or goat’s horn in Roman mythology. The Roman god Jupiter gave a goat’s horn to his nursemaid as a reward for doing such a great job babysitting him and taking care of him as an infant. It was a magical horn of supply, and whenever the nursemaid desired something, she just made a wish, reached in the horn, and pulled out her heart’s desire. The cornucopia plays the same symbolic role with Fortuna — it represents infinite supply and lush bounty. It also represents the male aspect of fertility and reproductions (horns being a phallic symbol).

The Spell for The Goddess Fortuna invokes her goodness, blessing, and grace. Repeat the spell when you need good fortune, a little more luck, or some extra luxury in your life. The spell is ancient and has been repeated for centuries. We enclose the entire spell here but the recording adds extra power.

The Goddess Fortuna Good Luck and Blessing Invocation

Oh Fortuna, Angel of Supply
Of all God’s wealth from realms on high
Release Thy treasures from the Sun
And now bestow on everyone
Whose heart beats one with God’s own Light
The power to draw from heaven’s height

Abundance to expand the plan
The Masters hold for every man.
Attune our consciousness with Thee
Expand our vision now to see
That opulence is meant for all
Who look to God and make the call

We now demand, we do command
Abundant manna from God’s hand
That now below as is Above
All mankind shall express God’s Love.

Bona Fortuna hear my verse
Gold and silver fill my purse
By all the powers of the earth and sea
By all the powers of moon and sun
As I will so mote it be

Chant the spell and it is done
Chant the spell and it is done
Chant the spell and it is done

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