Category Archives: Pantheons

Vesna and Lada – Spring and Summer

From autumn to winter and then we reach the spring again. We are a long way off the start of the restart of the cycle of regeneration but it is still time to be posting a little about the Slavic … Continue reading

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Mokosh and Devana – Mother and Maiden

I have mentioned a small selection of the male deities of the Slavic Pantheon, just the surface of the various Gods and semi-divine beings that stalk those Easter European lands, but I have only mentioned one Goddess so far. Although Mati … Continue reading

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Dazhbog and Stribog

Personifications of weather and celestial bodies are always present within mythological cycles and the Slavic pantheon is no different. Although my original research didn’t delve too deeply into every possible personification I think it is somewhat relevant to be discussing … Continue reading

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Svarog and Mati Syra Zemlya

I’ve already talked about the cosmology of Rodnovery and how all things were brought to being as the body of the primary god Rod dissolved but that was the creation matter, not order. The ordering of creation is as significant in … Continue reading

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Perun and Veles

All good pantheons contain adversaries. Two powerful deities which are in conflict with each other over power and prestige or some other reason. The Greeks place Hades in opposition to Zeus, one being the God of the Underworld and the other being … Continue reading

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Rod and Cosmology

A few months ago I was challenged to look at a European pantheon outside of my comfort-zone of the Mediterranean cultures of Greece and Rome. I finally settled on the Slavic God’s, simply because it was a group of deities I … Continue reading

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