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Babice (Midwives) - Midwives are furious, and there’s no peace in fury. That is why they are revenging and venting their rage upon the most vulnerable, on those who are just the same as they used to be, exhausted by labor pain, by loosing blood and strength, on new mothers and the most unable, the weakest creatures in the world - upon babies. #Slavic, #Mythology, #Evil

Płanetnik- Slavic myth: storm spirits that used to be men that either died a certain death or committed suicide. They appeared as aged men wearing broad hats, guiding storm clouds by a lasso. They could either be harmful or beneficial. To get their favor you must throw flour into the wind.

A Western Asiatic Gold Pendant, early 1st millennium BC

Of high karat gold, the sheet disk embossed with three adorsed reclining ram, centered by a hemispherical knob, the knob outlined in pinched dots, the disk surmounted by a suspension loop. This gold p

RUSALKA - Female water Spirit. These souls of unbabtized babies or drowned maidens became beautiful pale girls with long flowing hair. They wear white or are sometimes naked, usually with poppies in their hair. They lived in the waters during the winter, but moved to the forests and fields during Rusal'naia week (hence the name) where they could often be seen perched in trees. #Mythology, #Slavic

Drekavac- Slavic myth: a creature with a disproportionate head with the body of a fox and legs of a kangaroo. Sometimes with bird features. It was said to be the souls of unbaptized children. Their presence predicted cattle disease. They also had a horrifying yell.

"Pink Frida" Flower Face Print

Print of original flower face by Vicki Rawlins Read Vicki's Flower Art Statement Hi-resolution print on premium quality archive paper with a matte finish Because of the quality of the original art, More

Chort is considered to be a jinn of total evil, with horns, hoofs, skinny tail, and a pig-face in Slavic mythology. He is the son of the Slavic god Chernobog and the goddess Mara. In Ukraine, he is also known as haspyda, didko, irod, and kutsyi. In folklore, his physical appearance is same as that of Greek god Pan. In folk Christianity, he is considered a minion of Satan.