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- He, in turn, is based on Korochun, the Slavic "Black God" of winter. This folk memory of what cold can do doesn't all come from ancient history, either.
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- The pagan Slavic holiday of Korochun, celebrated on winter solstice, was more like Halloween: Evil spirits were at their most powerful on this night, until the new sun was resurrected and defeated them.
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- Ded Moroz took after the Old Slavic gods: Pozvizd - the god of wind and good and bad weather, Zimnik - god of winter, and the terrifying Korochun – an underworld god ruling over frosts. The peculiar character of those pagan gods determined the initial ...
Korochun is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Korochun books and related discussion.
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