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Statue of Radegast , god of the sun, war and abundance in Beskydy

des filles qui avaient imaginé des stratégies vraiment, vraiment  débiles : tome…

Dogon Sirige masqueraders during the Dama ceremony, Ireli, Mali 1959

serpent and child statue

serpent and child statue

Rainbow Serpent Depiction (40 feet), Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia

Rainbow Serpent Depiction feet), Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia << This reminds me of the sand serpent from Star Wars.


vintage everyday: Incredible Photos Show a Harem of Wives Taken by Portrait of a fakir, in the Royal Palace of Jaipur, India, (Photo by Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images). India’s ‘Photographer Prince’ More Than 100 Years Ago

the wheel of the year, part 3: yule | Urban Herbwifery

the wheel of the year, part 3: yule

Radegast - Since the name can easily be etymologised as meaning something like “Dear guest”, Radegast was proclaimed as the Slavic god of hospitality and as such entered the hypothetical, reconstructed Slavic pantheon of modern days. Even myths concerning him were constructed based on various folk customs of sacred hospitality. Similar customs, however, are known in many Indo-European mythologies without a distinct deity associated explicitly with them.

Greek and Roman mythologies are so common in Western culture that most people have never heard of the polytheistic pantheon of other cultures.

киевский князь Владимир Святославович, он же Владимир Святой, решил .провести небольшую религиозную реформу в ходе, которой, он выделил  славянских Богов, шесть самых "главных" и в 6488 (980) году воздвиг им в г. Киеве центральный "Пантеон" – капище. В нем были установлены изображения (идолы) шести славянских Богов:Перуна, Хорса, Дажьбога, Стрибога, Симаргла и Мокоши. Это место в Киеве сохранилось досих пор и называется "Владимирская горка".

Poles Are Building The First Pagan Temple After Hundreds of Years Poland - This year, Poles celebrate the anniversary of Christianization of Poland.

Uttanka - Wikipedia

In Hindu mythology, Uttanka, also spelled Utanka, is a rishi who resided in the Maru desert. The primary source of this account is found in the Hindu epic Mahabharata.