The Crone, Baba Yaga

The Crone, Baba Yaga, famous witch in Russian folklore

baba yaga - famous Russian witch

Baba yaga s guide to feminism essay Today we asked Baba Yaga—celebrated and infamous Russian witch—to share some of her wisdom and enduring tips. Russian Witch Baba Yaga’s Guide To Feminism.

Google Image Result for

As some of you know, I have written a series (a novella and two novels so far) about an updated version of the Baba Yaga tales. The novella came out recently, and the first book will be released on September But not everyone is familiar with Bab

baba yaga-Ela se alimenta de ossos humanos moídos em seu pilão, mas há quem diga que também come criancinhas com seus dentes de ferro. E voa dentro de um almofariz de prata

Baba Yaga: Lithuanian/Russian goddess of regeneration. She is represented as the last sheaf of corn. As both young and old, she reawakens in us an awareness of time's ever-moving wheel, the seasons.


Baba Yaga or Yagibiha, Yagishna - the ancient character of Slavic mythology.

baba_yaga_blog ✖️Makeup Fashion Art Ideas✖️More Pins Like This One At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest✖️

In Russian Folklore Baba Yaga is a child eating witch with iron teeth. She lives in a house that has chicken feet and rides a mortar (even if she carries the classic broom as well).

Baba Yaga und die wirklich vielen Fliegenpilze.. Baba Yaga and really many toadstools...

Mikhail Petrov, illustration from a fairy tale "Vasilisa the Beautiful",