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Perun is the highest, most dominant god in Slavic mythology. Occupying a space akin to Zeus in Greek mythology, Perun is the god of the storms, thunder and lightning with many other attributes as we. Eslava, Central And Eastern Europe, Picts, Gods And Goddesses, Axe, Archaeology, Metal Working, Vikings, Dog Tag Necklace

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Koledo Inflict: Frost (the next time frozen creature takes damage, destroy it). Magical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, World Mythology, Cryptozoology, Urban Legends, Mythological Creatures, Winter Solstice, Gods And Goddesses, Conte

Koledo is a being that can be seen in two ways – as a winter spirit and as a god. Festivals dedicated to Koledo took place in the winter, and the most important one was Koljada that coincided with the date of the winter solstice. Customs related to this holiday survived into Christianity, and some authors consider that Christianity took this holiday over and transformed it into Christmas. In Bulgaria Christmas is still called Koleda, and the greeting used on this day is “merry Koleda”.

A Magical Life. Mokosh is a protector of women and goddess associated with the sacred feminine in Slavic pantheon. She is a goddess of water, home, earth, and female occupations such as spinning, weaving and fate. Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Religion, Wicca, Pagan, Magick, Witchcraft, Thor, Eslava

Slavic mother and daughter Fates, dual-nature spirits are common in Slavic mythology, for example the Zorya - Goddess of Dusk and Dawn

Two or three sisters Zorya Utrennyaya, Zorya Vechernyaya and possibly Zorya Polunochnaya. The Slavic Auroras…Morning afternoon and evening stars. Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Russian Mythology, Eslava, Pagan Beliefs, Nature Spirits, Triple Goddess, Art Story, American Gods

The Zorya

Etymology: Dawn Two or three sisters Zorya Utrennyaya, Zorya Vechernyaya and possibly Zorya Polunochnaya. The Slavic Auroras…Morning afternoon and evening stars. Be they one two or threeR…

Baba Yaga, as Maiden & Crone. Andreas Johns identifies Baba Yaga as "one of the most memorable and distinctive figures in eastern European folklore," and observes that she is "enigmatic" and often exhibits "striking ambiguity. Baba Yaga, Wicca, Sacred Feminine, Fairytale Art, Gods And Goddesses, Illustrations, Archetypes, Fantasy Art, Fairy Tales

Baba Yaga, as Maiden & Crone. Andreas Johns identifies Baba Yaga as "one of the most memorable and distinctive figures in eastern European folklore," and observes that she is "enigmatic" and often exhibits "striking ambiguity."[1] Johns summarizes Baba Yaga as a "a many-faceted figure, capable of inspiring researchers to see her as a Cloud, Moon, Death, Winter, Snake, Bird, Pelican or Earth Goddess, totemic matriarchal ancestress, female initiator, phallic mother, or archetypal image"

Baba Yaga's house, based on Sub-Carpathian Russian folklore about the witch Baba Yaga who sweeps the stars from the sky by day and hunts children at night. Children's Book Illustration, Illustrations, Folklore, Baba Yaga House, Russian Folk, Fairytale Art, Faeries, Mythology, Fantasy Art

Baba Yaga's house, based on Sub-Carpathian Russian folklore about the witch Baba Yaga who sweeps the stars from the sky by day and hunts children at night.