Showing posts with label Slavic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Slavic. Show all posts

Goddess Samovila

 



Samovila: Slavic forest goddess.

Samovila is the ruler of the forest and the protector of the creatures who reside there.

Anyone who mistreats her pets will suffer greatly.

She is a shapeshifter who can change into any animal and teaches the talent to the devout and dedicated.

Samovila is a favorite among kitchen Witches because of her mastery of plants and herb remedies.


~Kiran Atma

Goddess Marzanna Or Morena

 




Marzanna, also known as Morena: Slavic winter goddess.

The ancient Poles made effigies of Marzanna out of straw and myrtle, which they ritually burned or drowned to ward off the winter chill and welcome the warmth of spring.

Marzanna is related with Witchcraft and divination, and she controls the gloomy winter months as well as death.


~Kiran Atma


Goddess Leshachikha

 




Leshachikha: Forest goddess in Slavic mythology.

Leshachikha is regarded as a turbulent woodland god in Eastern Europe.

She protects the forest's soil and creatures, punishing anyone who harm them.


~Kiran Atma