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Na mitologia eslava, as rusalki (singular: rusalka) são fantasmas de mulheres que morreram afogadas em um rio ou lago. Suas características são semelhantes as ninfas d'água.Como muitos outros deuses e deusas eslavos as rusalki têm aspectos positivos e negativos. Elas são belas cantoras e dançarinas

Na mitologia eslava, as rusalki (singular: rusalka) são fantasmas de mulheres que morreram afogadas em um rio ou lago. Suas características são semelhantes as ninfas d'água.Como muitos outros deuses e deusas eslavos as rusalki têm aspectos positivos e negativos. Elas são belas cantoras e dançarinas

Alkonost (Fae/Centauric)(Large) – The second evolution of the Harpy. While Harpies and Furies are ugly, feral creatures without much color spare for the blood of their victims, the Alkonost appears to be a true pearl of nature, with feathers of all the colors of the rainbow. They have the most beautiful voices of all creatures, but the effects they spread are far from benevolent. Their voices destroy memories and take away the will to live from other creatures. (Russian)

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Sirin is a mythological creature of Russian legends, with the head and chest of a beautiful woman and the body of a bird. According to myth, the Sirins lived "in Indian lands" near Eden or around t.

Vodyanik - Highly unpredictable and fickle, these aquatic Russian faeries usually resemble aged humanoids with long green hair and old-fashioned clothing, though have been known to morph into large fish or merfolk. Although they are usually helpful, and do not mind humans using their water for fishing or bathing, they are also known to seek out 'brides', creating undead women by drowning and draining the blood of innocents.

Vodyanik - Highly unpredictable and fickle, these aquatic Russian faeries usually resemble aged humanoids with long green hair and old-fashioned clothing, though have been known to morph into large fish or merfolk. Although they are usually helpful, and do not mind humans using their water for fishing or bathing, they are also known to seek out 'brides', creating undead women by drowning and draining the blood of innocents.

Vazila - in Slavic mythology, Vazila is a spirit protecting horses.  He looks like a small and old man, but he has horse ears and hoofs. He wears peasant clothes and lives in a stable, where he takes care of the breeding of horses, protects them from disease, seizures etc. Vazila also brings the horses a special herb that makes them stronger and stalwart.

VAZILA - in Slavic mythology, Vazila is a spirit protecting horses.

“Leshy, in Slavic mythology, the forest spirit. The leshy is a sportive spirit who enjoys playing tricks on people, though when angered he can be treacherous."

slavic-mythology: “ Leshy, in Slavic mythology, the forest spirit. The leshy is a sportive spirit who enjoys playing tricks on people, though when angered he can be treacherous. He is seldom seen, but.

Pusalka é uma ninfa da água , [1] uma fêmea espírito na mitologia eslava . Ela é o equivalente a uma sereia . Ela tem nomes diferentes em várias culturas: Rusalka (em eslavos orientais culturas) vila (checo, eslovaco), Wila (Polish). De acordo com a maioria das tradições, rusalki eram peixes-mulheres, que viviam no fundo dos rios. No meio da noite, eles iriam sair para o banco e dança nos prados. Se eles viram homens bonitos, eles fasciná-los com canções e dança, hipnotizar-los

Rusalka - Slavic water nymph, not a Goddess, but a female ghost who is said to have appear like a long-haired, pretty young maiden; She is believed to represent the soul of a drowned girl or an unbaptized child.

Slavic Mythology -Rusalka by masiani. In Slavic mythology a rusalka is a female ghost, water nymph, succubus, or mermaid-like demon that dwelt in a waterway.  According to most traditions, the rusalki were fish-women, who lived at the bottom of rivers. In the middle of the night, they would walk out to the bank and dance in meadows. If they saw handsome men, they would fascinate them with songs and dancing, mesmerize them, then lead them away to the river floor to their death.

castimonia: In Slavic mythology a rusalka is a female ghost, water nymph, succubus, or mermaid-like demon that dwelt in a waterway.

A Berehynia or Bereginia is a female spirit in Slavic mythology, which notably came to be regarded as a "Slavic goddess" with a function of "hearth mother, protectress of the home in late 20th century Ukrainian romantic nationalism centred on matriarchal myth.  The word originates in the pre-Christian Slavic mythology.

A Berehynia or Bereginia "Slavic Goddess" with a function of hearth mother, protectress of the home, Ukrainian centered matriarchal myth.

Omaja - No one really knows how she looks, no one ever really seen her. She's some kind a ominous ghost or phantom. #Slavic, #Mythology, #Girl

Dark Classics: Milenko Bodirogić - Banished Creatures–The Serbian Mythology (Prognana bića – srpska mitologija)

Na mitologia eslava, as rusalki (singular: rusalka) são fantasmas de mulheres que morreram afogadas em um rio ou lago. Suas características são semelhantes as ninfas d'água.Como muitos outros deuses e deusas eslavos as rusalki têm aspectos positivos e negativos. Elas são belas cantoras e dançarinas

Na mitologia eslava, as rusalki (singular: rusalka) são fantasmas de mulheres que morreram afogadas em um rio ou lago. Suas características são semelhantes as ninfas d'água.Como muitos outros deuses e deusas eslavos as rusalki têm aspectos positivos e negativos. Elas são belas cantoras e dançarinas

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