Roman Gods and Goddesses
The Higher Gods consist of: Jupiter, Mars, and Quirinus.
Asklepios: God of Healing
Vulcan: God of Fire. On August 23 to honor him, throw little fishes into the fire.
Jupiter: God of Lightning
Juno: The original Goddess of the Moon
Mars: God of War
Janus: God of Gates (or doors). He gave the name January to us. He is also two-headed.
Terminus: Boundary God. On February 23 of every year, the Romans placed stones or bricks into their yard, dividing properties. Every year they sacrificed a sheep or cow to Terminus. First, they took the blood from the sacrifice. Then, they sprinkled the blood onto the bricks or stones. Lastly, they place the dead carcass of the sacrifice into the ground.
Spiniensis: He helped Roman’s clear fields of thorns.
Stercutitus: He saw to the destruction of the thorns.
Cloacina: He watched over the sewers.
Febris: Brought fever and malaria to the World.
Robiyus: God of rust or mildew. On April 25, sacrifice a rust-colored dog to him.