March 29th, 2010 by sabrina
I’ve decided not to stick with my rotation through the different pantheons, because some days I look at who is next on my list and just don’t want to try to research a particular pantheon. That leads me to procrastinate about posting, which leads to my long gaps between posts. In an effort to reenergize myself, I’ve decided to stop trying to have any sort of order, although I am toying with alphabetical, perhaps in reverse order. Hence today’s Goddess.
Zvoruna is the Lithuanian Goddess of the hunt. She is a protector of wild animals and the forest, similar to the Roman Diana or the Greek Artemis. Her name, which derives from the word zveris “wild animal,” is also seen as Zverune.
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