Cere Cere ( )
The Anime Story
She is the magician of Flowers and one of the four Amazones Quartetto of the Dead Moon Circus. She, along with the other Amazones, took the place of the Amazon Trio after their final stage at the circus. They became the stars of the Dead Moon. Their mission was to find the beautiful dreamer with the Golden Mirror. In that mirror would be Pegasus, their ultamite mission given to them by Queen Nehellenia. Together, the four girls would tease Zirconia and torture the eyeball Zircon. They showed that they'd rather play than do work. Queen Nehellenia would pamper the girls and give them more power even though they were brutal on Zirconia. Eventually, when Chibi Moon was captured the girls played a trick on the queen and stole the sailor soldier so they could play with Pegasus. Of course, they were caught and punished. In the end, as Nehellenia granted their powers to Zirconia they knew they had to come to a decision.... die as their powers were drainde or give up their powers and grow into adults. They gave up their powers and even helped the soldiers get the Golden Crystal from Nehellenia.
The Manga Story
As with moth villains of Sailormoon, Cere Cere, was an evil counterpart of one of the soldiers. She was the one who most resembled Sailor Venus with her yellow colors. She is a very classy, but snobbish girl and thinks very highly of herself. This girl was often seen swinging on the trapeeze bar. She used flowers in her attacks and her Lemures even resembled plants. When she found interest in a beautiful dreamer, she would do anything to get it from the other girls, including placing a sleeping gas emmitted from her flowers to claim the job.
The old-Italian goddess of agriculture, grain, and the love a mother bears for her child. The cult of Ceres was originally closely connected with that of Tellus, the goddess earth. In later mythology, Ceres is identified with the Greek Demeter. She is the daughter of Saturn and the mother of Proserpina. Ceres had a temple on the Aventine Hill, were she was worshipped together with Liber and Libera. Her festival, the Cerealia, was celebrated on April 19. Ceres is portrayed with a scepter, a basket with flowers or fruits, and a garland made of the ears of corn. Another festival was the Ambarvalia, held in May.
Petals ~ A Shrine to Cere Cere