Сказка "Сивка-бурка" http://russkaja-skazka.ru/sivka-burka/ Царь кликнул клич: всем добрым молодцам, холостым, неженатым, съезжаться на царский двор. Дочь его, Несравненная Красота, велела построить себе терем о двенадцати столбах, о двенадцати венцах.В этом тереме она сядет на самый верх и будет ждать, кто бы с одного лошадиного скока доскочил до нее и поцеловал в губы. За такого наездника, какого бы роду он ни был, царь отдаст в жены свою дочь, Несравненную Красоту, и полцарства в…

Сказка "Сивка-бурка" http://russkaja-skazka.ru/sivka-burka/ Царь кликнул клич: всем добрым молодцам, холостым, неженатым, съезжаться на царский двор. Дочь его, Несравненная Красота, велела построить себе терем о двенадцати столбах, о двенадцати венцах.В этом тереме она сядет на самый верх и будет ждать, кто бы с одного лошадиного скока доскочил до нее и поцеловал в губы. За такого наездника, какого бы роду он ни был, царь отдаст в жены свою дочь, Несравненную Красоту, и полцарства в…

Viktor Korolkov “Dola i Nedola” In Slavic mythology, Dola are the protective spirits which embody human fate. They can appear in the guises of a god, cat, man, mouse, or woman. They have their own preferences; and they would hound you if you made choices that were not planned by Fate. Dola can also ruin someone’s life. This spirit can be inherited from “father to son”, but brothers have different Dolas. Nedola is a negative variant.“Dola” means “fate” in Slavic. “Nedola” means “misery”.

Viktor Korolkov “Dola i Nedola” In Slavic mythology, Dola are the protective…

Morana (Morena, Mara, Maruha) is the goddess of death, of winter and of night. In some Slavic tribes, she is also the goddess of unhappiness in love. Repulsive and frightening, this goddess has the ability to transform herself, if necessary, into a swarthy, beautiful and seductive girl.

Morana or Morena is a Slavic goddess associated with death, winter and nightmares. The tradition of burning or drowning an dummy of Morana to celebrate the end of winter is a folk custom that survives in Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

Mokosh, also called Mokos, a Goddess of the Earth, was worshipped by the ancient Slavs. She is one of the most primeval deities in Europe. As is true in many countries where reconstructionist Paganism is blossoming, there is currently a significant revival of pre-Christian spirituality and folk traditions in the lands that were formerly dominated by the Soviet Union. Hence, Her presence is being remembered and honored openly once more.

Mokosh’ – the Russian goddess Lakshmi

Dazh'bog (Dazhboh, Dashuba) - Sun, son of Svarog

Dazhdbog (Summer and Winter) - God of fertility, represented the power and brightness of the light, its thermal characteristics, life-giving warmth and even the rules of the universe. From Dazhdbog (giving God) expected dreams, health and other benefits.

Stribog by Igor Ozhiganov

Slavic mythology by Igor Ozhiganov. the god Stribog. Stribog in the Slavic pantheon, is the god and spirit of the winds, sky and air; he is said to be the ancestor (grandfather) of the winds of the eight directions.

Jarilo - Jarilo was a son of the supreme Slavic god of thunder, Perun, his lost, missing, tenth son, born on the last night of February, the festival of Velja Noć (Great Night), the pagan Slavic celebration of the New Year. On the same night, Jarilo was stolen from his father and taken to the world of the dead, where he was adopted and raised by Veles, Perun's enemy, He is celebrated with song and dance in festivals held in late spring and early summer.

Jarilo (Cyrillic: Ярило) was Slavic god of vegetation, fertility and springtime…

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