In the neopagan religions of Stregheria and Wicca, Aradia was the daughter of Diana and Lucifer. Some believe Her to have been the Roman equivalent of the Greek Hera Dea, the daughter of Artemis and Phosporus, however there is very little evidence that such a character existed in Greek mythology. Oddly, there exist Celtic inscriptions in Italy reported by Carlo Ginzburg to have been dedicated to a goddess named Hera Dea.
Daughter of the Goddess Diana, and a name for the Goddess used by Italian witches or Strega. Believed to have been derived from the Tuscan witches' usage as recorded in C.G. Leland's Aradia.
Widely used Wiccan name for the Goddess, derived from the Tuscan witches' usage as recorded in C.G. Leland's Aradia: The Gospel of the Witches.
Italian: Queen of the Witches, daughter of Diana. Aradia is an extremely powerful entity and a protectress of Witches in general.
Daughter of the Goddess Diana, and a name for the Goddess used by Italian witches or Strega, commonly used in many Wiccan traditions today.
Aradia, according to Charles Godfrey Leland's Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches, is the messianic daughter of the goddess Diana who came to Earth to teach witchcraft to her oppressed worshippers.