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In Slavic mythology, Perun (Cyrillic: Перун) is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning.
Svyatogor (Russian: Святого́р) is a Kievan Rus’ mythical bogatyr (knight/hero) from bylinas. His name is a derivation from the words “sacred mountain”.
Lada is the name of a Slavic deity of harmony, merriment, youth, love and beauty.
Rusalka is a water nymph, a female spirit in Slavic mythology. She is the equivalent of a Mermaid!
Slavic warriors hearing elder sing tales of Slavic Gods and their battles.
Morozko, (“Mrazík” in west Slavic, or “Djed Mraz” in South Slavic), is the Slavic patron of winter, an Eastern Slavic Santa Claus.
Mokoš is a Slavic goddess mentioned in the Primary Chronicle, protector of women’s work and women’s destiny.
Jarilo, alternatively Yarilo, Iarilo, or Gerovit, was a Slavic god of vegetation, fertility and springtime.
Belobog, (all names meaning White God) is a reconstructed Slavic deity of light and Sun, the counterpart of dark and cursed Chernobog (Black God).
Veles is a major Slavic supernatural force of earth, waters and the underworld, associated with dragons, cattle, magic, musicians, wealth and trickery.
Rod is often considered to be the supreme god and the creator of all life and existence
Chernobog, is a Slavic deity, whose name means black god, he is the counterpart of Belobog.
Stribog in the Slavic pantheon, is the god and spirit of the winds, sky and air; he is said to be the ancestor (grandfather) of the winds of the eight directions.
Svarog is the god of the blacksmith, and as the father of Dažbog
Berehynia is a female spirit in Slavic mythology, which recently came to be regarded as a “Slavic goddess” with a function of “hearth mother, protectoress of the home”
Devana apparently derived from Slavic word that means ‘virgin’ or ‘maiden’ thus she is protector of maidens and female warriors.
Morana is a Slavic goddess associated with seasonal rites based on the idea of death and rebirth of nature. She is associated with death, winter and nightmares.
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