Amari De is the Gypsy Goddess of Motherhood and Nature. She is the Divine Mother who bestows beauty, fertility, health, and wealth on her followers. Amari De is often shown with her face lit up—it was said that she was so holy, that she shone with the light of the divine. She is also known as De Delevski.
In Romania, Amari De is a Gypsy goddess who is the great mother
of all things and the personification of nature. According to lore, she bestows wealth,
health, beauty, love, fertility, and insight to those who seek her. Descriptions say that
she was so holy that a divine light always shone from her face.
To Do Today~ A Transylvanian folk festival, this fete was originally a marriage fair
where young people came looking for partners. Over time the custom faded, and now it
is simply a crafts, costume, and musical exhibition with lighthearted satire and nightlong
bonfires that glow with Amari De's light. In keeping with this tradition, if you're planning
a wedding or engagement, today would be a wonderful date to consider for either, as it
draws Amari De's positive energy to that relationship.
This is also a good time for single folks to get out and mingle, carrying an Amari De
love charm along for a little extra help. Find a little piece of luminescent cloth (like a
fine silk that shines) and wrap it around a pack of matches. Bless the token, saying,
Amari de, bring love my way!
Ignite one of the matches before going into a social situation so Amari de can light your