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Slavic creation of the world

Slavic creation of the world


Slavic creation myth: How our World was created according to Slavs

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The Creator of the Earth


(World Creation, Maxim Sukharev)



Świętowit vel Svantevit, a statue of the pagan Slavic god; Photo: Andrzej Sidor

In Norse mythology, the World Tree called Yggdrasill runs like a pole through this world and the realms above and below it. Yggdrasill is a great ash tree ...

Spread of Slavic tribes from the 7th to 9th centuries AD in Europe

World Tree and the Tree of Life among Old Slavs

The Slavic creation myth talks about the Yusha snake, created by Svarog, the god of celestial fire, which holds the Mother Earth inside the World Egg and ...

In my previous post I contended that biology is an important causal factor to keep in mind when we model the behavioral ecology (a.k.a., history) of H. ...


Red denotes, in no particular placement, various non-Slavic peoples of Indo-European and non Indo-European origin in which gradients have occurred with the ...

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5 Most Popular Tales From Slavic Mythology

Garden of Eden or as Slavic Gods called their heaven “Nav” was the place where they rejoiced, and a wedding was to be held as the chief god of war, ...

Map of most popular “male names” in Slavic countries

Map of most common 'surnames' in Slavic countries

According to the Byzantine witers, Slavs "could not be forced into slavery"


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Slavs Vs. Westerners [Cheeki Breeki Comparison]

Bishop Absalon topples the god Svantevit at Arkona - painting by Laurits Tuxen in the collection

Zofia Stryjeńska, Weles z serii "Bożki słowiańskie", fot. Andrzej Chęć / Slavic ...

Slava - The True Story of Slavic Glory Documentary (Part 1 - Genetic Origins-Dual upload.) - YouTube

Veneti were the Slavs (The history of the Slavs has been manipulated) Slavic history/Slavic origin

Etymology and Slavic Mythology « Russophilia; My Love Affair with ... | Slavic (Polish) Culture & History | Mythology, Ancient symbols, Deities

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The Strange World of Slavic Folk Tales: The Beginning

Countries with predominantly Slavic population (Source: https://upload.wikimedia.

World Tree. Alchemy vector icons. Slavic amulets sym

Andreas Gottlieb Masch, "Die gottesdienstlichen Alterthümer der Obotriten aus dem Tempel zu Rhetra am

Slavic speakers in Europe

Svarog – The Slavic God of Fire, Father of Gods and Creator of the World

Slavic creation myth: How our World was created according to Slavs

Slavic Union

Slavic languages

World Tree. Alchemy vector icons. Slavic amulets symbols. Vector

Russians And Ukrainians Not 'A Divided People' But Two Separate Slavic Nations – OpEd

Slavs and Their Languages—Reconciling Genetics and Linguistic Findings


The mythological symbol of the World Tree was a very strong one, and survived throughout the Slavic folklore for many centuries after Christianisation.

Slavic Pagan World Compilation

A map of the Germanic, Romance, and Slavic language groups

Ancestral components of the Balto-Slavic gene pool

The Romance-language speaking world, with Romanian-speaking areas highlighted in red (Source)

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CrnoBog - Slavic believed that world was created by Crnobog and Belobog who, through joint effort, brought their creation to perfection.

1pc Slavic World Snake Ring Ancient Symbol Anel Amulet Rings Viking Bague Men Pagan Jewelry

Modern day slavs fall into two principal genetic groups: Northern slavs (Russians/Belorussians, Ukrainians Poles, Slovaks, ...

Compilation by Garry Green

What if the Slavic World united as a Single Country? Greater Slavia Alternate History

... Word—19th-century Russian icon of the Theotokos as Ognyena Maria ("Fiery Mary"), fire goddess sister of Perun, and a glaring example of Slavic religious ...

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Barrow (Kurgan) Maria Gimbutas's hypothesis. Distribution of peoples on the world.

The Temple of a Slavic god. Painting in oil by V.Ivanov

It would not have been possible to establish the existence of the Indo-European language family if scholars had not compared the systematically recurring ...

How did the Slavs go from Slaves to Conquerors? History of the Slavic Peoples of Eastern Europe

Svetovid – The Slavic God that Can See the Whole World to Keep it Safe


Rod actually represents the monotheistic religion of the ancient Slavs. Although there are many Slavic gods, Rod is actually portrayed as a kind of god that ...

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phylogenetic tree of the Balto-Slavic languages

Like all nations and all religions of the world the ancient Slavic religion has also a history of creation of the world.

What if Slavic Union would be established?

Every country in the world is different, but many of them are still perceptibly similar to their neighbors. Poland in particular takes pride in not ...


Slavic World Conquest: PART 2 (HOI4)

World Slavic Gods / Mir Slavyanskikh Bogov: V.S. (Vadim Stanislavovich) Kazakov: 9785924300719: Amazon.com: Books

Supernatural beings in Slavic religion

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The World of Ancient Gods – Slavic Goddesses

Acceptance of the fact that you are of Slavic origin among Slavic nations.

Who are Slavs? [PART 1: A peek into the Slavic history]

Songs of Bird Gamayun: The Slavic Creation Myth (The Slavic Way) (Volume 3): Dmitriy Kushnir: 9781505424249: Amazon.com: Books

Slavic Countries

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Slavic mythology

Slavia Slavija Slawia Славия and the European Union / Slavic world / Slavic europe

Giuseppe Mazzini's Young Europe and the Birth of Modern Nationalism in the Slavic World Hardcover – June 15, 2019

(Perun Volos, Maxim Sukharev. Perun is the Thunder God, Volos or Veles is the God of the Underworld, in a form of a bull or bear or sometimes snake a flying ...

Slavic Gospel

The ten regions of the INGENUE2 model

Rusalka: The Mythical Slavic Mermaid

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Songs of Bird Gamayun: The Slavic Creation Myth (The Slavic Way) (Volume 3) by Dmitriy Kushnir