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Marzanna

Slavic deities from Poland (part Goddess Marzanna Marzanna or Marza is a primary deity of the old-Slavic Polish beliefs (also of Czech and Slovak beliefs where she’s called Morana / Morena), very.

PANI LELA znana też jako Łada - bogini rodzącej się wiosny i miłości, opiekunka rodziny i zmarłych przodków. Ilustracje: Kazimierz Perkowski 2011-2012. Wszystkie zamieszczone tu ilustracje można rozpowszechniać i publikować w formie elektronicznej bez ograniczeń z wyjątkiem użytku komercyjnego. Strona źródłowa :  http://www.bogowiepolscy.net/galeria.html

Lady Lela - goddess of love and spring coming to life, protector of famillies and ancestors who passed away.

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Ta Niesamowita Słowiańszczyzna – Wielka Tajemnica i Wielka Mistyfikacja.

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A Belarussian in traditional clothing jumps over a fire while celebrating Ivan Kupala Night, a traditional Slavic holiday, marking midsummer, outside the town of Dobrush on June 24, 2010. During the celebration, originating in pagan times, people plait wreaths, jump over fires, and swim.

A Belarussian in traditional clothing jumps over a fire while celebrating Ivan…

"Svantevith stone" in the forest of Zagnansk (southern Poland).

"Svantevith stone" in the forest of Zagnansk (southern Poland).

Slavic costumes - early medieval Poland (picture from Rękawka festival in Kraków)

COSTUMES: early medieval Poland

COSTUMES: early medieval Poland Various Slavic costumes (with the focus on dresses, jewellery and accessories) and a few ones of noticeable Viking influences. All pictures are from Rękawka 2014 - the.

Dziewanna, Slavic Goddess of youth, spring, animals, hunting & wild nature. She is best remembered is Polish & Lusatian beliefs as a guardian of the forests & woods.

Dziewanna, Slavic Goddess of youth, spring, animals, hunting wild nature. She is best remembered is Polish Lusatian beliefs as a guardian of the forests woods.

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Gods IV

Eastern viking/rus/slavic village. http://goldisblood.tumblr.com/

West Slavic outfits from c. Historical Park Bärnau-Tachov in Germany, photo by Lirhluthvik.

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