Pan-Slavonic. God of lightning, thunder, storm and (probably) war, and one of the eight primary deities. He was patron of nobility and of armies. His sacred day is Thursday. He is lord of the mountains and the forest (his tree is the oak). He was represented as a man with silver hair and golden moustaches, armed with stones and arrows. His images were accompanied by eight eternal flames, bonfires or at least torches, as the case may be. Note a considerable number of parallels with the Norse Thor. In Christian times he became conflated with St.Ilya (Elias).
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- Perun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Slavic mythology, Perun (Cyrillic: Перун) is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning.
- Perun (Russian god, Supreme Soviets)
- Dec 19, 2002 Powers: Perun possesses greater than normal powers than any other Russian god except perhaps Svaros, Potrimpo or Pikuolis.
- Mar 3, 1997 Storm god in the pre-Christian Slavic pantheon. Venerated particularly by the Eastern Slavs, especially the Russians.
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