In Anglo-Saxon paganism, Rheda, possibly meaning "the famous" or "the victorious", is a Goddess connected with the month 'Rhedmonth'". In chapter 15 of his work 'De temporum ratione', Bede records that Hrēþmōnaþ is analogous to March, and details that "Hrethmonath is named for their goddess Hretha, to whom they sacrificed at this time". She may be connected with the red planet, Mars.
Ich liebe den Regen!
Dance for the moment: 25 timeless dance steps captured
Levitate Me. Dance for the moment: 25 timeless dance steps captured