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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 or Morena is a Slavic goddess associated with death, winter and nightmares. The tradition of burning or drowning an dummy of Morana to celebrate the end of winter is a folk custom that survives in Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

Koledo is a being that can be seen in two ways – as a winter spirit and as a god. Festivals dedicated to Koledo took place in the winter, and the most important one was Koljada that coincided with the date of the winter solstice. Customs related to this holiday survived into Christianity, and some authors consider that Christianity took this holiday over and transformed it into Christmas. In Bulgaria Christmas is still called Koleda, and the greeting used on this day is “merry Koleda”.

Koledo Inflict: Frost (the next time frozen creature takes damage, destroy it).

Belbog (the White God) by Viktor Korol'kov

BELOBOG + SIMARGL - Slavs was anciently known like ( iron test ) way to restore justice. Suspect in any given offense in the hands of a red-hot piece of iron and told him to go ten steps . And the one whose hand remained intact , to recognize the right .

“EASTERN EUROPEAN/BALTIC MYTHOLOGY MEME > slavic gods and goddesses [4/9]: morana” Morana is a Baltic and Slavic goddess associated with seasonal rites based on the idea of death and rebirth of nature. She is associated with death, winter and...

“EASTERN EUROPEAN/BALTIC MYTHOLOGY MEME > slavic gods and goddesses morana” Morana is a Baltic and Slavic goddess associated with seasonal rites based on the idea of death and rebirth of nature. She is associated with death, winter

Stribog- owner of winds - the artist Andrei Shishkin

Stribog ( In the East Slavic mythology, the god of the wind. In the East Slavic mythology, the deity of ancient pantheon, the idol which was established in Kiev in The name Stribog dates back to the ancient roots "Strega" which means "elder".

Jarilo

Jarilo was a major male Proto-Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring, also associated with war and harvest. He was a fairly typic.

mokos

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.

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