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    1.  Respect each other, the son – mother and father, husband and wife should live in harmony.
    2.  The only married his wife should be – otherwise it would not be your salvation.
    3.  Avoid wrongs (in the sense of tears) and follow the truth, honor your dinasty and the Heavenly dinasty (name of the main deity).
    4.  Honor three days a week – the third, seventh and ninth. Honor your Great Festivals. Should be rest to all men the third and seventh day. If anyone would work on the ninth day it will not have benefit nor fate nor the talent and the other days, without exception. The seventh day is given to man, cattle and fish for the peace, the rest of the body. Come to visit each other, love each other, will you funny, Sing a song for the Gods.
    5.  Worship Lent, from the burning Mareny(?) and joy Ziva. Avoid then, people, wrongs, protect carefully your body before ate, hands before raked, and the mouth of defamation.
    6.  Honor the memory of Kosziejas (?) eggs, which smashed our Dažbog, the flood that called.
    7.  Worship the Holy Week, in remembrance of how our Dažbog suffered crucified untill was saved by Labiędzia-Ziva, so be in humility. Do not drink hop, do not say bad words!
    8.  Honor Kupala days. Remember Peruns victory, how Perun won the beast-Skiper and how he gave freedom to his sisters, and cleanse them in the waters of Iria.
    9.  Honor Lightning days. How the fifth day Perun deal marriage to Diva, how Perun the Marine Tsar won, and from heavens dropped lushing Veles, and remember Perunows wedding!
    10. Honor Lada-Mateńkę (?) and Heavenly Rod. Guardians of the great peoples dinasty and the descendants of the dinasty of Heaven.
    11.  After harvest, remember the asleep of Złatogórki, honor Wolha Zmijewicza (?) days, the son of Indra, the Bright Falcon.
    12.  Worship Makosz-Mateńki (?) days, the Light of the Great Mother, the Celestial Bógorodzicy (Mother of God?).
    13.  Honor thy Tarha Dažbog days – remember his marriage.
    14.  Worship Great Anglia (?) and your Gods, who are messengers of One Family God.
    15.  Honor old age and protect the youth, meet the wisdom, which thy fathers left.
    16.  With other gentes live in harmony, help, when they ask for help.
    17.  Do not regret your life to defend house of yours, for the defense of own Family and Holy Faith, for the defense of your Sacred land.
    18.  Holy Faith does not impose by force to people, and remember that the choice of the Faith is a personal matter of every free man.
    19.  Honor the passover and remember of the fifteen years shift from Dariai(?) to Rassei(?), as sixteenth year your Ancestors celebrated the Heaven Gods for saving from the great deluge. 20.  Must live in harmony with nature, not destroy it, because it is the basis of your life and the whole family alive.
    21.  Do not make bloody sacrifices on the altar, not anger your gods, because it is disgusting for them the divine blood of innocent divine creatures.
    22.  Defend with strong hand Kapiszia (?) and Temples, help with all your strength wanderers and Chramownikom (?), which hold the mystery of old, God's Word, Word Wise.
    23.  Do not eat food with blood, because you will become like wild beasts, and you will be caught by many diseases. Eat clean food that grows in your fields, forests and orchards yours, then you will gain great strength, light power and does not get you the disease, misery and sufferings with torments.
    24. Do not cut your hair “ruse” (maybe red?), different hair, and even venerable, because you will not recognize God's wisdom and lose health.
    25.  Raise father, the sons of sister, apprenticeship them to the right life, raised in them a love for work, respect for the youth and esteem of old age. Enlighten their lives with holy faith and wisdom of his ancestors.
    26.  Do not boast about your strength in front of the weak, so to praised and feared you, but gain fame and power in combat with the enemy.
    27.  Not provide lies against your neighbor, protect your lips from lies,.
    28.  Exercise good deeds for the fame of the Heavenly Gods, for your fathers and your holy land.
    29.  How did people to you do the same them, because every action is measured by its measure.
    30.  Give tithes to the temple of thy Only God, a hundredth part for the leader and his team, for the defense of your land.
    31.  Do not reject unknown and unexplained, just try to get to know the unknown and unexplained to explain, because the gods help those who seek to learn wisdom.
    32.  Do not take the life of your neighbor, it's not you gave him life but God. But spare no life of your enemies which prey you and upon your land, because they go against the will of God.
    33.  Do not take the lift and fees for the operation, you have done with a gift from God and for his good deeds, because you forfeit the gift of God and no one will tell you that you are doing good.

    Source: http://loveoflife.pl/__/content/33-przekazania-swaro%C5%BCyca

    I translated these commandments from Polish to English, but I've got some problems with it, 'cause that was writing in some "old polish" and I still don't know the meaning of some words. However, I posted these commandments even I'm not sure they're true, unfortunately. While reading them I had the impression that they were, considering that many correspond to the vision of the natural world. Unfortunately not even know some of the names of deities and festivals listed. However, there are clues to be able to find out if this is true, in fact are mentioned events and facts, if we can find evidence somewhere that would be great :D



    Excellent work Rod, I appreciate you taking the time to translate it :)



    Could "Makosz-Mateńki" mean "Mother Makosz"?


    Could "Makosz-Mateńki" mean "Mother Makosz"?

    Probably yes. You've right:


    Mokosh is an earth goddess. She rules over fertility and midwifery. She is commonly called Mati-Syra-Zemlya, or "Moist Mother Earth." Mokosh spins flax and wool at night and shears sheep. She also spins the web of life and death. She wanders during Lent disguised as a woman, visiting houses and doing housework; at night strands of fleece are laid beside the stoves for her. She may have originally been a house spirit concerned with women's work. Evenrually, her worship was transmuted to the modern widespread reverence for Mother Russia. Mokosh is dark, like good, black soil.She is portrayed with uplifted hands, flanked by two horsemen. Mokosh became St. Paraskeva, whose hair hangs long, loosely, and whose icon is decorated with flax and birch. Paraskeva is also known as Mother Friday. One prayer to Mokosh involves going to the fields at dawn in August with jars filled with hemp oil. Turn East and say: "Moist Mother Earth, subdue every evil and unclean being so that he may not cast a spell on us nor do us any harm." Turn West and say: "Moist Mother Earth, engulf the unclean power in your boiling pits, in your burning fires." Turn South and say: "Moist Mother Earth, calm the winds coming from the south and all bad weather. Calm the moving sands and whirlwinds." Turn North and say: "Moist Mother Earth, calm the north winds and the clouds, subdue the snowstorms and the cold." Oil is poured out after each invocation, and finally, the jar is thrown to the ground.

    Mateńki seems to be a diminutive of matki (mother). However you've right.



    Marena = Morana, PL Marzanna
    Lada-Matenka = mother Lada (russian car  ;D )
    Great Anglia = anglosaxons ftw
    chramownik = temple-keeper, chram = temple

    i guess the author was really bored and made up some commandments, to be like "them x-tians"  ;)


    14.  Worship Great Anglia (?) and your Gods, who are messengers of One Family God

    Great Anglia = anglosaxons ftw

    LOL Calm down guys. There is 'Inglia' not 'Anglia' and has nothing to do with Anglosaxons. The confusion lies in the translation from Russian into Polish and then into English ;D


    LOL Calm down guys. There is 'Inglia' not 'Anglia' and has nothing to do with Anglosaxons. The confusion lies in the translation from Russian into Polish and then into English ;D

    Dzięki Prelja! Jusz się bałem że to mogła być Anglia :P Ale historycznie nia miałoby to sensu! How to edit and modify my post? So at least I correct what is sure.



    Nice work tnx.


    'cause that was writing in some "old polish" and I still don't know the meaning of some words.

    No, it wasn't. The original is in Russian, written by some self-proclaimed 'volkhv', who says he has 'golden plated with ha'Aryan (whatever it means) inscriptions, 40000 years old'.
    'Inglia' is 'The Eternal Fire' in his system, btw. But all this stuff has nothing to do with the Slavic Tradition.



    great work very helpfull

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