Slavic mythology

Uncover the rich and enchanting tales of Slavic mythology. Dive into the mythical creatures, gods, and heroes that make up this captivating folklore. Explore the depths of Slavic culture and be inspired by the legends of old.
Probably the most ancient cult, along with the cult of the ancestors🌳 An important thing to be said about all my Slavic folklore and mythology posts: the names, the terms, the traditions strongly vary. There is no monolith canonical lore. There are a lot of places, peoples, cultures, local variations, etc. To summarize it I sometimes need to oversimplify things, and I am sorry for that. When I read anthropological research, I see that even two different families living in the same village a... Polish Mythology, Slavic Witchcraft, Witchcraft Inspiration, Slavic Art, Slavic Culture, Slavic Paganism, Slavic Folklore, Slavic Mythology, Witch Spirituality

Polish Mythology

Probably the most ancient cult, along with the cult of the ancestors🌳 An important thing to be said about all my Slavic folklore and mythology posts: the names, the terms, the traditions strongly vary. There is no monolith canonical lore. There are a lot of places, peoples, cultures, local variations, etc. To summarize it I sometimes need to oversimplify things, and I am sorry for that. When I read anthropological research, I see that even two different families living in the same village…

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Side notes on Slavic goddesses: 1 Slavic culture isn’t like, for example, Greek one. The pantheon is underdeveloped, a lot of mythology is lost, and the names, attributes and myths strongly vary throughout different regions. All this is richly compensated by intricate and detailed folklore about spirits and creatures (and I’ve got a whole highlight ‘Slavic folklore’ about that). 2 Remember me saying that the details about the deities vary a lot? That is, for instance, true for Zarya. Somet... Mythical Creature Names, Magical Creatures Mythology, Slavic Goddess, Slavic Culture, Slavic Paganism, Goddess Names, Slavic Folklore, Greek Names, Slavic Mythology

Mythical Creature Names

Side notes on Slavic goddesses: 1 Slavic culture isn’t like, for example, Greek one. The pantheon is underdeveloped, a lot of mythology is lost, and the names, attributes and myths strongly vary throughout different regions. All this is richly compensated by intricate and detailed folklore about spirits and creatures (and I’ve got a whole highlight ‘Slavic folklore’ about that). 2 Remember me saying that the details about the deities vary a lot? That is, for instance, true for Zarya…

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Krystal Haralson Nowlin