Veles - People honor Veles, who lead them through the winter hardships. On this day Veles broke the horns off Winter, protects the cattle, chases away the illnesses, and gives people strength to live through the approaching Frosts. Orthodox Russians change Veles with St. Vlas (Blasius), who became the patron saint of livestock. On the saint's name day (February 12), cattle were treated to special feed. Name of Veles appears in city of Veles in Macedonia,
Scanned from the green Zeus covered Sacred Saga book by Future Studio. What a strange name, Harpy Valentine is named after the supposedly most tomantic day of the year, but bears the cloth of the the woman-bird hybrid monster; Harpy the Celestial Crying Star.
Saint Cecilia is the patroness of musicians and Church music because, as she was dying, she sang to God. It is also written that as the musicians played at her wedding she "sang in her heart to the Lord." She perished in Sicily under Emperor Marcus Aurelius between 176 and 180, along with her husband and his brother. She is frequently depicted playing an organ or other musical instrument. Musical societies and conservatories frequently have been named for St. Cecilia.