milda

Baltic mythology: Milda

Milda (mylėti - to love) - goddess of love and freedom. She looks after people who love each other no matter if they are married or not and protects the feeling of love. Milda is portrayed as a beautiful naked woman holding a flower bouquet. She is seated in a carriage led by snow white pigeons and rides around the world. The goddess has a son - a flying midget who empoisons people with love.

Milda’s worshipers are called mildauninkai or mildininkai. The priests who lead their community are known for making drugs that can arouse or tame the feeling of love. Period of time during the months of April and May is calledmildinis. It is intended for Milda’s worshiping.

Baltic mythology: Milda

Milda (mylėti - to love) - goddess of love and freedom. She looks after people who love each other no matter if they are married or not and protects the feeling of love. Milda is portrayed as a beautiful naked woman holding a flower bouquet. She is seated in a carriage led by snow white pigeons and rides around the world. The goddess has a son - a flying midget who empoisons people with love. 

Milda’s worshipers are called mildauninkai or mildininkai. The priests who lead their community are known for making drugs that can arouse or tame the feeling of love. Period of time during the months of April and May is called mildinis. It is intended for Milda’s worshiping.