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(Gift-Lord, The God of Gifts) East Slavonic A God of sun and warmth, son of Svarog and one of the eight primary Slavonic deities. He is regarded as the ultimate ancestor of the Russian people, and even today a poetic reference to Russians can be made using...
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(Seven-Head) Pan Slavonic God of soil and fertility, one of the eight primary deities. Like Rugievit, whom He may be a variant of, He was represented as man with seven heads....
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(The White God) West Slavonic. A God of happiness and luck....
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([paternal-] Uncle-Lord) Pan Slavonic God of sky, air and wind, and one of the eight primary deities. He is said to be the ancestor of eight grandsons, each the Wind of a particular direction....
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(The Black God) West Slavonic A God of evil, grief and woe. His legend is one source of inspiration for the music of Moussorgsky's "Night on Bald Mountain"....
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West Slavonic. God of war. He was represented as man with four heads (facing the cardinal directions) and with sword, spears, and standards in hand. His sacred bird was the eagle, his colour was red. The center of his cult was a four-pillared temple in Arcona...
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(Gift-Lord ?) South Slavonic A clear cognate with Dazhdebog, below. Some sources, however, hold that Dabog is an earthly, rather than aerial figure, and that the two should be differentiated....
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