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Juno Moneta is the Goddess of Money in Rome, and her origin came from the Greek deity of Memory. This goddess was much worshiped during the republic / Roman empire, and she is still helping people manifest money today.
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Stormy works closely with Juno Moneta in many of her rituals for manifesting money for her clients, as well as with Goddess Lakshmi. Each of these goddesses works a little differently to help you reach your monetary goals. Together, they are a powerful duo!
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More information on Juno Moneta:
Juno Moneta, an epithet of Juno, was the protector of funds and consequently money in ancient Rome was minted in her temple. The word "monetize" (from which the words "monetize" and "monetize" are derived) was used by writers such as Ovid, Marcial, Juvenal, and Cicero. In many modern languages, including Russian and Italian, moneta is the word for "currency".
According to the Suda, a Byzantine encyclopedia (which uses the Greek names of the goddess), she was called Moneta (Μονήτα) because when the Romans needed money during the wars against Pyrrhus and Taranth, they prayed to Hera, and she he replied that if they resisted their enemies justly, they would not run out of money.
After the wars, the Romans honored Hera Moneta (ie counselor - invoking the Latin verb moneo, meaning 'to advise' or 'advise') and, consequently, decided to stamp the coin in her temple.
Juno is the Roman version of the Greek goddess Hera - Goddess of Marriage.