Mother Mokosh, a major Slavic Goddess of the Earth, also called  Mati-Syra-Zemlya, or "Moist Mother Earth." Mokosh spins flax and wool at night and shears sheep. She also spins the web of life and death. (Fate) She is a Goddess of fecundity and midwifery.

Mother Mokosh, a major Slavic Goddess of the Earth, also called Mati-Syra-Zemlya, or "Moist Mother Earth." Mokosh spins flax and wool at night and shears sheep. (Fate) She is a Goddess of fecundity and midwifery.

Veles is one of major Slavic god associated with cattle, commerce, underworld and magic. Opponent of thunder-god Perun he is also the God of Druids, the God of secret and the Keeper of the passageway from the world of Yav middle world where we live to the Prav or righteous higher world of Spirits and Nav the lower world.

Veles is one of major Slavic god associated with cattle, commerce, underworld…

Morena - In some aspects she is also associated with Mora a female demon that caused nightmares. She would enter the homes of people at night and torment them, especially children, pressing their chest and taking their breath away, which weakened them spiritually and psychically.    Morana was described as a woman of dark hair and a terrifying appearance or as an ugly old witch "Baba Marta" (grandmother march).

Morena - In some aspects she is also associated with Mora a female demon that…

Даждьбог - Лики Богов от Максима Кулешова

Даждьбог - Лики Богов от Максима Кулешова

#Mokoš (Old Russian Мокошь) is a Slavic #goddess mentioned in the Primary Chronicle, protector of women's work and women's destiny.[1] She watches over spinning and weaving, shearing of sheep, and protects women in child birth. Mokosh is the handmaiden of Mat Zemlya.   Mokoš was the only female deity whose idol was erected by Vladimir the Great in his Kiev sanctuary along with statues of other major gods (Perun, Hors, Dažbog, Stribog and Simargl).  #Russian #Slavik #Fairytale #Mythology

Mokoš (Old Russian Мокошь) is a Slavic goddess mentioned in the Primary Chronicle, protector of women's work and women's destiny

Kolyada (Коляда) is the god of feasts and peace; it is also the god of the winter solstice

Kolyada (Коляда) is the god of feasts and peace; it is also the god of the winter solstice

Виктор Корольков художник, картины 3 часть

Виктор Корольков художник, картины 3 часть

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