Goddess Anna Perenna


Anna Perenna is a Roman time goddess. Anna Perenna is the year's moon goddess, worshipped by both Etruscans and Romans. 

  • Her name means "She Who Lasts Many Years" or "Eternal Stream" in English. 
  • She is in charge of rejuvenation and lifespan cycles, as well as human, plant, and animal health. 

  • She provides plenty and plenty for her people, and woods are her sacred place. 

  • She is depicted as a young vivacious girl in some myths and tales and as an elderly lady in others. 

Anna Perenna's spring festival is held on March 15th, and she is the embodiment of beginnings, ends, and remembrance.