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Morana (Morena, Mara, Maruha) is the goddess of death, of winter and of night. In some Slavic tribes, she is also the goddess of unhappiness in love. Repulsive and frightening, this goddess has the ability to transform herself, if necessary, into a swarthy, beautiful and seductive girl.

Morana (Morena, Mara, Maruha) is the goddess of death, of winter and of night. In some Slavic tribes, she is also the goddess of unhappiness in love. Repulsive and frightening, this goddess has the ability to transform herself, if necessary, into a swarthy, beautiful and seductive girl.

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Belbog (the White God) by Viktor Korol'kov

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Коляда, автор Шишкин Андрей. Артклуб Gallerix

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Jiva in Slavic mythology, is the goddess of life, spring and birth. She is also known as the “Lady of the Flowers

Jiva in Slavic mythology, is the goddess of life, spring and birth. She is also known as the “Lady of the Flowers

folkthings:    Viktor Korolkov “Пробуждение лешего” (en. “Leshy’s awakening”)Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests.

folkthings: Viktor Korolkov “Пробуждение лешего” (en. “Leshy’s awakening”)Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests.

Živa.Živa, also Żiwia, Siva, Sieba or Razivia, was the Slavic goddess of life and fertility. She was worshipped throughout what is now Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Germany (and especially the Elbe (Labe) river valley), before Christianity.

Živa.Živa, also Żiwia, Siva, Sieba or Razivia, was the Slavic goddess of life and fertility. She was worshipped throughout what is now Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Germany (and especially the Elbe (Labe) river valley), before Christianity.

DOLA + NEDOLA - Viktor Korolkov Dola i Nedola In Slavic mythology, Dola are the protective spirits which embody human fate. They can appear in the guises of a god, cat, man, mouse, or woman. They have their own preferences; and they would hound you if you made choices that were not planned by Fate. Dola can also ruin someone’s life. This spirit can be inherited from “father to son”, but brothers have different Dolas. Nedola is a negative variant. Dola means fate in Slavic. Nedola means…

DOLA + NEDOLA - Viktor Korolkov Dola i Nedola In Slavic mythology, Dola are the protective spirits which embody human fate. They can appear in the guises of a god, cat, man, mouse, or woman. They have their own preferences; and they would hound you if you made choices that were not planned by Fate. Dola can also ruin someone’s life. This spirit can be inherited from “father to son”, but brothers have different Dolas. Nedola is a negative variant. Dola means fate in Slavic. Nedola means…

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