Mokosh, A goddess of fertility, water, and women in old Slavic

A goddess of fertility, water, and women in old According to folk belief she shears sheep and spins thread. The name itself is derived from the word combination maty kota ‘mother of the cat,’ that is, ‘mother

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

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?

Lela, Slavic Goddess of the Forest

Lela is the Slavic Goddess of the Forest; She takes care of the forest creatures and those people who seek shelter in the woods.

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…

In Slavic folklore a kikimora is a female house spirit, the counterpart to the male domovoi, but having a kikimora is not considered to be as fortunate.

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.

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