Jarilo - Jarilo alternatively Yarilo, Jarovit, or Gerovit, was a major male Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring, also associated with war and harvest.   Jarilo and his sister Morana (goddess of winter & death), children of Perun, are both associated with the end of winter and the beginning of spring.

Jarilo alternatively Yarilo, Jarovit, or Gerovit, was a major male Slavic deity…

Jarilo (Cyrillic: Ярило) was Slavic god of vegetation, fertility and springtime. Jarilo was 10th son of supreme Slavic god of thunder, Perun, born on the last night of February. On the same night Jarilo was stolen from his father and taken to the world of dead, where he was adopted by Veles, Perun's enemy, Slavic god of underworld and cattle.The Slavs believed underworld to be an ever-green world of eternal spring and wet, grassy plains, where Jarilo grew up guarding cattle of his…

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

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…

Jarilo, Perun, Veles (Yalta) in Crimea, Ukraine

Juodkrantė, Lithuania, Hill of Witches (Raganų kalnas)

Jarilo

Jarilo was a major male Proto-Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring, also associated with war and harvest. He was a fairly typic.

Jarilo, Ярило, Јарило, Jaryło, Juraj, Ѧрило. Slavic god of vegetation, fertility and harvest. Jarilo can be represented as white horse, which symbolise him. He brings life to crops, and nature.

Jarilo, Ярило, Јарило, Jaryło, Juraj, Ѧрило. Slavic god of vegetation, fertility and harvest. Jarilo can be represented as white horse, which symbolise him. He brings life to crops, and nature.

Jarilo (Cyrillic: Ярило or Јарило; Polish: Jaryło; Croatian: Jura or Juraj; Serbian: Đurilo; Slavic: Jarovit), alternatively Yarilo, Iarilo, or Gerovit, was a major male Proto-Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring, also associated with war and harvest.

Jarilo (Cyrillic: Ярило or Јарило; Polish: Jaryło; Croatian: Jura or Juraj; Serbian: Đurilo; Slavic: Jarovit), alternatively Yarilo, Iarilo, or Gerovit, was a major male Proto-Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring, also associated with war and harvest.

white and black riders

The first of gods to notice Jarilo's return to the living world was Morana, a…

Slavic gods: Dziewanna (Devana), Chors, Swaróg (Svarog), Jaryło (Jarilo), Świętowit (Svetovid), Trygław (Triglav), Perun, Mokosz, Dzidzilela (Dzydzilelya) © Bractwo Lugiów

Slavic gods: Dziewanna (Devana), Chors, Swaróg (Svarog), Jaryło (Jarilo), Świętowit (Svetovid), Trygław (Triglav), Perun, Mokosz, Dzidzilela (Dzydzilelya) © Bractwo Lugiów

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Jarilo was a major male Proto-Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring, also associated with war and harvest.  He was a fairly typical life-death-rebirth deity, believed to be (re)born and killed every year. His mythical life cycle followed the yearly life of various wheat plants, from seeding through vegetation to harvest.

Jarilo was a major male Proto-Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring, also associated with war and harvest. He was a fairly typic.

Green George, zeleni Jurij

Green George, zeleni Jurij

Yarilo (Erilo ou Jarilo) seria o filho perdido de Perun, seu décimo filho que teria nascido na noite da mudança de ano e roubado por Veles, arquiinimigo do deus. Veles teria criado Yarilo no Mundo Inferior, que teria ficado coberto de vegetação enquanto o deus esteve por lá (isso poderia ser uma referência à diferença de estações entre os hemisférios norte e sul).

Yarilo (Erilo ou Jarilo) seria o filho perdido de Perun, seu décimo filho que teria nascido na noite da mudança de ano e roubado por Veles, arquiinimigo do deus. Veles teria criado Yarilo no Mundo Inferior, que teria ficado coberto de vegetação enquanto o deus esteve por lá (isso poderia ser uma referência à diferença de estações entre os hemisférios norte e sul).

zaubermantel:  Beatrice Oettinger, Cape Grüner Mann - green man - al Chidr

zaubermantel: Beatrice Oettinger, Cape Grüner Mann - green man - al Chidr

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