Боги родные

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The mythological symbol of the World Tree was a very strong one, and survived throughout the Slavic folklore for many centuries after Christianisation. Three levels of the universe were located on the tree.

The mythological symbol of the World Tree was a very strong one, and survived throughout the Slavic folklore for many centuries after Christianisation. Three levels of the universe were located on the tree.

Dazbog, The first part of the name is “daj” – a form of the verb to give, while the second part “bog” means god. The Giving God, was a god of the Sun and he was one of Svarog’s sons. Dazbog stands for the Sun disc. Each morning he emerged from the arms of The Zorya (Dusk) to ride his chariot drawn by three horses: one is gold, one is silver, and one is diamond. He would travel across the heavens each day through his twelve kingdoms.

Dazbog, The first part of the name is “daj” – a form of the verb to give, while the second part “bog” means god. The Giving God, was a god of the Sun and he was one of Svarog’s sons. Dazbog stands for the Sun disc. Each morning he emerged from the arms of The Zorya (Dusk) to ride his chariot drawn by three horses: one is gold, one is silver, and one is diamond. He would travel across the heavens each day through his twelve kingdoms.

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Goddess Makosh Eastern European early goddess of women, fertility, and fate.

Goddess Makosh Eastern European early goddess of women, fertility, and fate.

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Перун Rus

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Макошь - славянская Мать-Земля.

Макошь - славянская Мать-Земля.

DAZBOG - Dazh'bog - Sun, son of Svarog - DAZBOG (Dabog, Daždbog, Dajbog , Дајбог or Дажбог, Dadźbóg, Даж(д)ьбог, alternatively Dazhbog, Dazbog, Dazhdbog, or Dadzbóg, was one of the major gods of Slavic mythology, most likely a solar deity and possibly a cultural hero. He is one of several authentic Slavic gods, mentioned by a number of medieval manuscripts, and one of the few Slavic gods for which evidence of worship can be found in all Slavic nations.

DAZBOG - Dazh'bog - Sun, son of Svarog - DAZBOG (Dabog, Daždbog, Dajbog , Дајбог or Дажбог, Dadźbóg, Даж(д)ьбог, alternatively Dazhbog, Dazbog, Dazhdbog, or Dadzbóg, was one of the major gods of Slavic mythology, most likely a solar deity and possibly a cultural hero. He is one of several authentic Slavic gods, mentioned by a number of medieval manuscripts, and one of the few Slavic gods for which evidence of worship can be found in all Slavic nations.

Ярило Родные Боги. Художник Максим Кулешов

Ярило Родные Боги. Художник Максим Кулешов


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Макошь - славянская Мать-Земля.

Макошь - славянская Мать-Земля.

Перун Rus

Перун Rus

Виктор Корольков художник, картины 3 часть

Виктор Корольков художник, картины 3 часть

Dazbog, The first part of the name is “daj” – a form of the verb to give, while the second part “bog” means god. The Giving God, was a god of the Sun and he was one of Svarog’s sons. Dazbog stands for the Sun disc. Each morning he emerged from the arms of The Zorya (Dusk) to ride his chariot drawn by three horses: one is gold, one is silver, and one is diamond. He would travel across the heavens each day through his twelve kingdoms.

Dazbog, The first part of the name is “daj” – a form of the verb to give, while the second part “bog” means god. The Giving God, was a god of the Sun and he was one of Svarog’s sons. Dazbog stands for the Sun disc. Each morning he emerged from the arms of The Zorya (Dusk) to ride his chariot drawn by three horses: one is gold, one is silver, and one is diamond. He would travel across the heavens each day through his twelve kingdoms.

Лики Богов от Максима Кулешова

Лики Богов от Максима Кулешова

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Main 650211 original

Svarog - Deus do fogo e da ferraria. Os fieis, para atraírem a benevolência dessa divindade atiravam para o céu grãos a fim de assegurarem boas colheitas. Seu nome está ligado etimologicamente à palavra polonesa swarzýc, que significa “disputar”, “ficar colérico”. Em outras fontes é considerado o deus do céu e o criador do mundo, dos demais deuses e dos homens.

Svarog - Deus do fogo e da ferraria. Os fieis, para atraírem a benevolência dessa divindade atiravam para o céu grãos a fim de assegurarem boas colheitas. Seu nome está ligado etimologicamente à palavra polonesa swarzýc, que significa “disputar”, “ficar colérico”. Em outras fontes é considerado o deus do céu e o criador do mundo, dos demais deuses e dos homens.

The mythological symbol of the World Tree was a very strong one, and survived throughout the Slavic folklore for many centuries after Christianisation. Three levels of the universe were located on the tree.

The mythological symbol of the World Tree was a very strong one, and survived throughout the Slavic folklore for many centuries after Christianisation. Three levels of the universe were located on the tree.

Slavic mythology

Slavic mythology

Даждьбог - Лики Богов от Максима Кулешова

Даждьбог - Лики Богов от Максима Кулешова

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