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Dodola (também escrito Doda, Dudulya e Didilya, pronuncia-se:-doh-doh la, doo-doo-Lya, ou dee-dee-lya), Perperuna ou Preperuša é uma velha tradição eslava. De acordo com algumas interpretações, ela é a deusa eslava de chuva, ea esposa do deus supremo Perun (que é o deus do trovão). Eslavos acreditavam que quando Dodola ordenha suas vacas celestiais, as nuvens, chove na terra. Cada mola Dodola é dito para voar sobre florestas e campos, decorar as árvores com flores.

Dodola (também escrito Doda, Dudulya e Didilya, pronuncia-se:-doh-doh la, doo-doo-Lya, ou dee-dee-lya), Perperuna ou Preperuša é uma velha tradição eslava. De acordo com algumas interpretações, ela é a deusa eslava de chuva, ea esposa do deus supremo Perun (que é o deus do trovão). Eslavos acreditavam que quando Dodola ordenha suas vacas celestiais, as nuvens, chove na terra. Cada mola Dodola é dito para voar sobre florestas e campos, decorar as árvores com flores.

Mokosh is the Water and Earth Goddess of the Ukraine.  She is worshipped in the Slavic countries as the Goddess of Rain and Fertile soil.   According to folk belief she shears sheep and spins thread. Her  name is derived from the word combination maty kota which means ‘mother of the cat,’ that is, ‘mother of good fortune.’ She is the protector of women as well as occult knowledge and divination. Because it is She who supplies the means for survival, She is also associated with life and…

Mokosh is the Water and Earth Goddess of the Ukraine. She is worshipped in the Slavic countries as the Goddess of Rain and Fertile soil. According to folk belief she shears sheep and spins thread. Her name is derived from the word combination maty kota which means ‘mother of the cat,’ that is, ‘mother of good fortune.’ She is the protector of women as well as occult knowledge and divination. Because it is She who supplies the means for survival, She is also associated with life and…

"Cerridwen's Cauldron," Emily Balivet,

"Cerridwen's Cauldron," Emily Balivet,

spinning

spinning

Goddess Lada

Goddess Lada

The God and Goddess...

The God and Goddess...

Slavic mother and daughter Fates, dual-nature spirits are common in Slavic mythology, for example the Zorya - Goddess of Dusk and Dawn

Slavic mother and daughter Fates, dual-nature spirits are common in Slavic mythology, for example the Zorya - Goddess of Dusk and Dawn

Morena is a Slavic goddess associated with death, winter and nightmares.

Morena is a Slavic goddess associated with death, winter and nightmares.

The Empress Tarot Goddess of Abundance Original Painting Psychedelic Goddess Art

The Empress Tarot Goddess of Abundance Original Painting Psychedelic Goddess Art

Symbols Slavic Gods and Goddesses

Symbols Slavic Gods and Goddesses

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