Runes are symbols with quick lettering that activate spells normally too strong for one to control easily, or made to be used as traps. Normally one writes/draws/carves the rune into wherever they're preforming magic, but a master can conjure up a rune anywhere he/she wishes using arcane magic.
Ceres Ceres is the Roman Goddess of grain, and Her name means "wheat" or "grain." It is still heard in our word cereal. It comes from the root creare, "creation," and refers to Her ability to produce. She is an ancient Italian Goddess of the harvest, and Her worship in Rome is very old. During Her festival called the Cerealia, a priestess in white offered first fruits to Her. It was held in April to commemorate the founding of Her temple on the Aventine Hill…
The Jorōgumo is creature from Japanese folklore, depicted as a spider that can change its appearance into that of a beautiful woman. In this form, the Jorōgumo would entice men into a quiet location and begin to play a biwa, a type of Japanese lute. While he is distracted by the sound of the instrument, she binds her victim in silk threads and devours the unsuspecting individual.
Fauna’s themes are fertility, nature and divination. Her symbols are all forest items. In Roman mythology, Fauna is the consort to Faunus, whom this date venerates. With Faunus, She protects the woodlands and plants that live there. While Her role in stories seems minor, Fauna’s power lives on in botanical terminology, Her name having been given to vegetation