Category - Mythology

God Perun

Slavic mythology and religion portray the beliefs and world interpretations of the ancient Slavs whose paganism and religious elements can be traced back to the period between the 8th and 13th centuries when Christianization was introduced among...

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Slavic religion

The Slavic Native Faith, also known as Slavic Neopaganism or Rodnovery is described by historians as a modern Pagan religion. This so-called new religious movement is founded on the historical belief systems of the Slavic people in Central and...

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Black sun

Sign systems are one of the staple characteristics of every folk culture. The signs in these systems reflect esoterism that inscribes folklore and culture authenticity that witnesses the mysticism, religion, the concept of deities, and...

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We’re all well familiar with the mythology surrounding the ancient gods such as Zeus, Odin, Jupiter, Venus, Aphrodite, etc; but do you know who deities of the ancient Slavs were, or what were their names? For a long time now, Russian artist Jaromir...

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Various derivations of the ancient solar symbol, known as swastika, have become infamous because of their misappropriation by the Hitler’s Third Reich. The swastika has become interchangeable with the word “Nazi”, and every image that resembles it...

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Fairies

            Fighting old Slavic religion, the main goal of the Church was elimination of the pagan deities. Demonic creatures which were part of the Slavic mythology were not considered to be too intimidating enemy, so...

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Slavic Spirits

Su?aje (Sudice), pronounced /su?aje/ (with ? like in Italian “buonGiorno”) were female demon spirits which played very important role in the Slavic mythology. It was believed that people’s destiny completely depends on the free will of the Su?aje...

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