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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.

Mother Mokosh, a major Slavic Goddess of the Earth, also called  Mati-Syra-Zemlya, or "Moist Mother Earth." Mokosh spins flax and wool at night and shears sheep. She also spins the web of life and death. (Fate) She is a Goddess of fecundity and midwifery.

Mother Mokosh, a major Slavic Goddess of the Earth, also called Mati-Syra-Zemlya, or "Moist Mother Earth." Mokosh spins flax and wool at night and shears sheep. She also spins the web of life and death. (Fate) She is a Goddess of fecundity and midwifery.

Gods around the world

Gods around the world

Breska, deusa eslava anciã do clima dos sonhos e da magia

Breska, deusa eslava anciã do clima dos sonhos e da magia

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Fogo santo, fogo que arde, fogo que purifica, seja você Maria Padilha esse fogo que acalenta!

Weles and Perun

Weles and Perun

greek mythology gods and goddesses symbols - Google Search

greek mythology gods and goddesses symbols - Google Search

Lada - Goddess of love and marriage  by Igor Ozhiganov

Lada - Goddess of love and marriage by Igor Ozhiganov

In Egyptian mythology, Pakhet, (meaning she who scratches) is a Hunting Lioness Goddess.      It became said that rather than a simple domestic protector against vermin and venomous creatures (Bast), or a fierce warrior (Sekhmet), she was a huntress, perhaps as a caracal, who wandered the desert alone at night looking for prey, gaining the title, Night huntress with sharp eye and pointed claw. While this desert aspect led to her being associated with desert storms, as was Sekhmet. She also…

In Egyptian mythology, Pakhet, (meaning she who scratches) is a Hunting Lioness Goddess. It became said that rather than a simple domestic protector against vermin and venomous creatures (Bast), or a fierce warrior (Sekhmet), she was a huntress, perhaps as a caracal, who wandered the desert alone at night looking for prey, gaining the title, Night huntress with sharp eye and pointed claw. While this desert aspect led to her being associated with desert storms, as was Sekhmet. She also…

Lada – the Ancient Slavic goddess of Summer, love and beauty. According to the ancient belief, she lives in another world, called Irij, until spring, when she is awaken to bring spring.  The name of goddess Lada was first mentioned in the Renaissance period, when Slavic historians, influenced by their French, Italian and German colleagues , started showing great interest in antique mythology. Some of them, especially Czech and Polish historians tried to rebuild the forgotten Slavic pantheon…

Lada – the Ancient Slavic goddess of Summer, love and beauty. According to the ancient belief, she lives in another world, called Irij, until spring, when she is awaken to bring spring. The name of goddess Lada was first mentioned in the Renaissance period, when Slavic historians, influenced by their French, Italian and German colleagues , started showing great interest in antique mythology. Some of them, especially Czech and Polish historians tried to rebuild the forgotten Slavic pantheon…

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