Slavic Mythology Articles

Baba Yaga and La Befana

Often the tales of the Kaschey the Immortal are associated with Baba Yaga, and she, like the evil witch who lives in the hut of chicken legs, always helps to deteriorate relationships, committing mischief and carrying out her evil thought against anyone who dares to...

Kashchey the Immortal

In the 19th century, scholars of Slavic folklore traveled to villages and towns to record the incredible tales and legends that were orally transmitted to the province of Ivan and Kashchei in Russia. The greatest contribution was made by Alexander Afanasiev...

The Fire Bird (Zhar)

The Firebird is an extraterrestrial creature of Slavic mythology. A long tail with beautiful golden orange-red feathers adorns her body, with a fiery glow like embers. Everyone who sees it wants to own it. It is not easy to catch, but the one who still succeeds faces...

Perun – the God of Thunder

The mythological character In the pantheon of Slavs there is the deity Perun, which they revered with special importance. Traditions of Perun tell of a deity who is associated with the lord of war but also contrastingly representing the forces of good. When the sun is...

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