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- July 24, 2011 at 12:10 am #342053
One interesting video with nice song from BTemple , I found … to share with you , also u can write something regarding these theme if u want.July 24, 2011 at 12:19 am #361051
Nice and interesting video, but Butterfly Temple sucks and one of their members is a dirty Jew >July 24, 2011 at 3:45 am #361052
Hm I didnt know that , not rly into that band , but I find this song good and goes along with pictures well.September 22, 2011 at 6:38 pm #361053
Pagan Slavic Idols:
Perun – Cherkasy Oblast (Ukraine) Черкаська область
Perun idol at Vladivostok (Владивосток) Russia
Details of the same Russian idol from Vladivostok (Владивосток)
The idol from Vladivostok (Владивосток) from distance
Other idol which represent Perun, in Russia
Jarilo, Perun, Veles (Yalta) Ялта in Crimea (Крим), Ukraine
Perun idol near Moscow (Москва)
Svetovid idol in Otrebusy, Poland (Polska)
Svetovid idol in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany (Deutschland)
Svetovid (Arkona, Germany) Deutschland
Svetovid idol in Głogów, Poland (Polska)
Russian idol of Veles (Велес)
Other Veles idol in Russia
Mokosh goddess altar in Russia
Jarilo statue from Donetsk, Ukraine
Stribog idol from Russia
Ukrainian Stribog idolSeptember 22, 2011 at 6:40 pm #361054
Jarilo statue from Donetsk, Ukraine
good stuff WilkSeptember 22, 2011 at 7:14 pm #361055
Thanks. And indeed, he gets far less attention than Svarog or Perun, so let me also play something in his honour now:February 8, 2012 at 12:25 pm #361056
Hello friends. Do you know something about this Idol from Belarus?March 23, 2012 at 5:56 pm #361057
STATUE OF PERUN in north-east Slovenia where Perun's day is beeing celebrated for 11 years now.
Built by staroverska župa Perun. They are also building a wooden "cultural home".
THE SANCTUARY OF SLAVO BATISTA
Mr. Batista is a great man and a great sculptor, he made pantheon of wooden gods in his orchard in south-west Slovenia.
KRKAVŠKI KAMEN / KRKAVČE STONE
[size=8pt][size=10pt]This is a stone monolith in south-west Slovenia near old village Krkavče. It seems it was brought here from some other place since the exact same material is not be found anywhere near by.
The stone is 2,5m high, aprox 1,6m on the surface.
In holds reliefs on bothe sides, on north-west and south-east. Both figures seem to be male have risen hands and sun rays comming out of their heads. The one on north-west side has larger ones, he looks to be naked and there also seems to be a relief of a falus. On the other side parts of figure are missing, his sun rays are smaller.
On St.Vid's day, people came here, even in larger groups and put their hands on the stone, to protect their health. St. Vid, the christian saint, has it's roots in old slavic Svetovid where the name also comes from and Svetovid has many parallels with Belin (White god) who's cult was quite spread amongst the western Slovenians and northern Italians in the time od old settles and later on, beeing a god of light, the sun god and a healer. People from villages near by called it simply »the stone« , "berlina" or"troglav (three heads)". Even up to 50 years ago, people came to this stone, made a big bonfire out of an oak tree trunk and watched the fire till morning and when it went out they made a toast. Those were the fertility rituals. The local priest was really mad and chased men, however they have made the rituals in secret, not public anymore. A big piece of the upper part of the stone is missing, some people say it had one head, some say they were three, that would explain »troglav« bame for the stone (troglav literally means three-headed). Mr. Jože Munih, who measures energies of water springs and many other places, claims, that here are very strong energies. There's also other churches near by and some think those stand on ancient temples. [/size][/size]
http://www.ajdi.org/krkavski.htmlMarch 23, 2012 at 10:30 pm #361058
Kumir of god Svetovid in Serbia:
Kumir na Ravništu
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