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Templeoffortuna Dot Com is registered on org.amazon.com and the AmazonSmile program, where Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organizations selected by customers.

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iGive.com allows you to support Temple of Fortuna dot com with a percentage of your online shopping. It’s totally free for you and Temple of Fortuna dot com. $5 bonus for new supporters! http://www.iGive.com/BNqGRGh #iGiveDoYou

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Help Temple of Fortuna Ordain Ministers

Help Temple of Fortuna Ordain Ministers Founded and incorporated in the State of California, Temple of Fortuna dot com is a NeoPagan Religious Public Charity that offers weekly worship services to an internet congregation as a celebration of international spiritual diversity. At this time, Temple of Fortuna does not ordain ministers, and her leadership must rely on outside organizations when seeking ordainment.… Read More »

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Invocation to the Goddess Fortuna

This is the invocation from the Temple rituals. It is shared as a guideline for personal invocations, and may also be adapted for use by groups. Keep in mind that the Goddess Fortuna was honored in many ways by people of many different statuses in life, and that She is, perhaps, one of the most… Read More »

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Charity Blossom

Secure donations can be made through Charity Blossom. Financial and organization information  is published on Temple of Fortuna dot com’s page on their website.   Support Temple of Fortuna dot com  

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Goddess Sundays at Temple of Fortuna dot com

On Sundays, between 11am and 12pm, the altar candles are lit, frankincense is burned and fresh flowers, when in season, are offered to the Goddess Fortuna. Energies are raised in various ways during this hour of worship, regardless of whether or not any new rituals or recordings are taking place, to honor the Goddess and… Read More »

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Temple of Fortuna Receives Donation

The Temple thanks Lori and James Tucci, Appia Volumnia Laura and Gaius Tuccius Andreas of Nova Roma, for the donation of a wonderful, enormous new mother candle. The Temple also thanks Lori and James Tucci, Appia Volumnia Laura and Gaius Tuccius Andreas of Nova Roma, for the donation of a set of replicas of scarab… Read More »

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Winter Worship Services Podcasts

Winter Season in the Northern Hemisphere Summer Season in the Southern Hemisphere Podcast worship services created for Temple of Fortuna, with guest speakers and musicians. * Podcasts, and permissioned music in the podcasts, are protected by copyright * Listen online, please do not copy or download podcasts. If you like the contributors, we encourage you to visit their weblinks. … Read More »

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Autumn Worship Services Podcasts

Autumn Season in the Northern Hemisphere Spring Season in the Southern Hemisphere Podcast worship services created for Temple of Fortuna, with guest speakers and musicians. * Podcasts, and permissioned music in the podcasts, are protected by copyright * Listen online, please do not copy or download podcasts. If you like the contributors, we encourage you to visit their weblinks. Celebration… Read More »

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Summer Worship Services Podcasts

Summer Season in the Northern Hemisphere Winter Season in the Southern Hemisphere Podcast worship services created for Temple of Fortuna, with guest speakers and musicians. * Podcasts, and permissioned music in the podcasts, are protected by copyright * Listen online, please do not copy or download podcasts. If you like the contributors, we encourage you to visit their weblinks. Beltane,… Read More »

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Spring Worship Services Podcasts

Spring Seasonal Podcasts in the Northern Hemisphere Autumn Seasonal Podcasts in the Southern Hemisphere Podcast worship services created for Temple of Fortuna, with guest speakers and musicians. * Podcasts, and permissioned music in the podcasts, are protected by copyright * Listen online, please do not copy or download podcasts. If you like the contributors, we encourage you to visit their weblinks.… Read More »

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Aspects of Fortuna

Aspects of Fortuna Her name is, perhaps, derived from Vortumna, “she who revolves the year”. Additional aspects of Fortuna include (with our interpretations): Fortuna Annonaria luck of the harvest, date of celebration is not clear Fortuna Balnearis fortune of the baths, originally for public bath houses, may be applied to public showers or private bathing rituals   Fortuna Virilis the rite of passage from boy to man,… Read More »

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Minutes of Annual Board Meeting for Fiscal Year 2014 to 2015

Invited: President E. Sylvia Simpson Secretary/Treasurer Angel Ramirez Returning Board Member Robert Place Two Additional Prospective Board Members Attended: CEO E. Sylvia Simpson Returning Board Member Robert Place expressed interest Absent: Secretary/Treasurer Angel Ramirez Two Additional Prospective Board Members On the morning of November 1, 2015, an invitation/reminder for the November 1st annual meeting was posted and pinned… Read More »

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Ovid Fasti

Publius Ovidius Naso wrote a number of texts in Latin poetry, some of which may pertain to a Roman Reconstructionist interpretation of NeoPaganism. The Fasti, by Ovid, is a poem that described Pagan holidays and how they were celebrated. The poetry is either incomplete, or hasn’t been completely recovered, so it includes only the months of January… Read More »

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