Svarog is the god of the blacksmith, and as the father of Dažbog.Slavic mythology by Igor Ozhiganov | Slavorum

Slavic mythology by Igor Ozhiganov / God Svarog Svarog is the god of the blacksmith, and as the father of Dažbog

Poludnica (Lady Midday) - a noon demon in Slavic mythology. She was usually pictured as a young woman dressed in white that roamed field bounds. She assailed folk working at noon causing heatstrokes and aches in the neck, sometimes she even caused madness.

Poludnica (Lady Midday) - a noon demon in Slavic mythology.

Vesna - Slavic goddess of spring, birth and renewal or Mokosh Slavic goddess of earth and fertility

Vesna: Slavic goddess of spring, birth and renewal; also known as the Mokosh Slavic goddess of earth and fertility.

Kikimora is a female house spirit in Slavic mythology. She usually lives behind the stove or in the cellar of the house where she haunts.

Kikimora is a female house spirit in Slavic mythology. She usually lives behind the stove or in the cellar of the house where she haunts. Or is she a swamp creature?

Morana (death) and Vesna (birth) In slavic paganism Morana (Morava) is witch goddess

Morana (death, winter) and Vesna (birth, spring). In slavic paganism Morana (Morava) is witch goddess

KIKIMORA - is a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, sometimes said to be married to the Domovoi. Kikimora is said to look after the chickens and the housework if the home is well-kept. If not, she will tickle, whistle, and whine at the children at night. She also comes out at night to spin. It is said that a person who sees Kikimora spinning will soon die. To appease an angry Kikimora, one should wash all the pots and pans with fern tea. She usually lives behind the stove or in the…

Kikimora (Russian: кики́мора, IPA: [kʲɪˈkʲimərə]) is a legendary creature, a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, fin: Kikke Mörkö. When she inhabits a house, she lives behind the stove or in the cellar. The OED links "mora" with the "mare" of

Rusałka in Slavic mythology is female water nymph that dwells at the bottom of river. Rusałka sing sweet songs to entrap men into the water and drown them. She would also entice children with singing and then tickle them to death. Rusalka can also live on land, climb trees during the night and sing.

krigfattig: “ In Slavic mythology, a rusalka (plural: rusalki or rusalky) was a female ghost, water nymph, succubus or mermaid-like demon that dwelled in a waterway.

- Slavic goddess - Lada - by Losenko.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Pencil processing in PS Sketch for deck "Slavic gods" - Slavic goddess - Lada -

Lada - Goddess of love and marriage by Igor Ozhiganov

LADA - by Igor Ozhiganov. Goddess Lada, Slavic deity of harmony, merriment, youth, love and beauty.

Slavic Mythology -Rusalka by masiani. In Slavic mythology a rusalka is a female ghost, water nymph, succubus, or mermaid-like demon that dwelt in a waterway. According to most traditions, the rusalki were fish-women, who lived at the bottom of rivers. In the middle of the night, they would walk out to the bank and dance in meadows. If they saw handsome men, they would fascinate them with songs and dancing, mesmerize them, then lead them away to the river floor to their death.

castimonia: In Slavic mythology a rusalka is a female ghost, water nymph, succubus, or mermaid-like demon that dwelt in a waterway.

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