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List of Gods : "Slavic"
Albasta Slavic Goddess of evil. She has a big head and massive breasts. Slavic
Alkonost Greek The bird of paradise in Slavic mythology. It has the body of a bird with the face of a woman. The name Alkonost came from the name of Greek demi-goddess Alcyone transformed by gods into a kingfisher.
Almoshi Slavic A goddess of healing & cattle
Astrik Slavic A goddess
Astrik aka Anastasius Slavic Astericus, Ascrick, Astricus, lesser goddess of deception and illusion. Slavic
Ayt'ar Slavic God of procreation Slavic
Baba Yaga Slavic The wild old woman; the dark lady; and mistress of magic. She is also seen as a forest spirit, leading hosts of spirits. Slavic
Bannik Slavic The spirit of the bath house who flits amongst the dense steam of the sauna bath.
Belogob Slavic God of the living. A wise old man with a long beard dressed in white, Belobog appears only during the day. Slavic
Bereginy Slavic Goddesses and spirits of nature. Slavic
Bereguni Slavic River nymphs accused of stealing newborn children. Probably a variation of the Hebrew Lilith myth. Driven by an insatiable hunger of envy, Lilith stalks the world by night raping men in their sleep and sucking their blood, or stealing their newborn children from their cots and eating them. Slavic
Berstuk Slavic Evil god of the forest. Slavic
Chernobog Slavic God of chaos and the night Slavic
Crnobog Slavic God of death. Slavic
Crnobog/ Crnoglav Slavic A black god of death
Dabog aka Dazhbog Balkans Dazhdbog, Dajbog, Dachbog, one of major gods of Slavic mythology, most likely a solar deity and possibly a culture hero. Balkans
Dazhbog Slavic God of the sky, wealth and war. Slavic
Dazhbog/ Dabog/ Dazbog Slavic A god of the sky, wealth & war
Debena Slavic Goddess of hunting and forests. Slavic
Devana Czechoslovakia/ Slavic A goddess of the hunt
Dilwica Slavic Goddess of hunting Slavic
Dolya Slavic The personification of the fortune of an individual who accompanies the person throughout his life. Slavic
Domovoy Slavic A. Every house has its domovoy, domestic spirit, who lives with his wife and family. Slavic
Gumeniki Slavic A class of animistic spirits who look after storehouses and grainaries. Slavic
Herovet Slavic God of the army Slavic
Herovet/ Jarovit Slavic The god of the army
Ja neb'a Slavic Benevolent goddess of the earth who can alter the physical structure of magma and stone, Terrakinesis. Slavic
Jarilo Slavic A major Proto-Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring, also associated with war and harvest.
Jarovit W Slavic He is considered a war god
Khoromozitel Slavic A house spirit in Slavic folklore. They are masculine, typically small, and sometimes covered in hair all over. According to some traditions, they take on the appearance of current or former owners of the house and have a grey beard, sometimes with tails or little horns.
Khoromozitel/ Domovi/ Dovomik Slavic These are domestic spirits, sadly not be sipping kind
Khors Slavic Korsha, Korssa, Chors, Corsa, Xors. A sun or daylight god, he may be synonymous with Dazhbog and Bielbog. He was invoked him for hunting and against diseases. Slavic
Kikimora Slavic Female house spirit and counterpart of the Domovoi, to whom she is sometimes wedded. She lives in the cellar or behind the stove. At night she comes out to spin and help with the housework in a well-tended home. She is depicted as an average woman with hair undone, sometimes with chicken feet. Sometimes she might appear, spinning, as a portend to one about to die. Slavic
Kupala Slavic The goddess of herbs, sorcery, sex, and midsummer. She is also the Water Mother, associated with trees, herbs, and flowers. Slavic
Kupalo Slavic A goddess of fertility, sex & fire
Kypala Slavic Goddess of long life. Slavic
Lada Slavic Goddess of happiness and love. Slavic
Laskowice Slavic These are satyr type forest spirits with a close relationship with the Wolf
Lazdona Slavic Goddess of trees. Very fond of Hazelnuts. Slavic
Marina Slavic Goddess of the moon Slavic
Mat Slavic Goddess of the earth Slavic
Mati syra zemlya Slavic Goddess of justice Slavic
Mokos Slavic Goddess of shearing, spinning and weaving. Slavic
Mokosh Slavic Slavic goddess of Healing
Myesyats Slavic Moon deity Slavic
Najade Slavic These are water nymphs
Navky Slavic Were the spirits of children who had died unbaptized or at their mother's hands. Most often they appeared in the shapes of infants or young girls, rocking in tree branches and wailing and crying in the night. Slavic
Pagoda Slavic 'Giver of Favorable Winds', a weather and agriculture goddess. Cattle and sheep are sacrificed to her. Slavic
Peperuna Slavic A thunder goddess and the mother of the sun-goddess Solntse. Her twin brother was the thunder-god Perun. Slavic
Perchta Slavic Fertility goddess who married the Sun and tells fortues. Slavic
Perun Slavic A god of war, justice, lightning & thunder
Perun Slavic God of war, justice, thunder and lightning. Slavic
Poludnitsy Slavic Ukranian moon-goddesses.
Poluvirica Slavic A female forest spirit who appears naked, with a long face, pendulant breasts and three braids of hair down her back. Slavic
Pozemne Vile Slavic Earth spirits who live underground in mines and caves and hoard precious metals and jewels. Slavic
Priparchis Slavic God who weans and cares for pigs and piglets. Slavic
Rod Slavic The supreme universal principle. Slavic
Rozanica Slavic Glistening goddess who predicts the fate of the new-born. Slavic
Rusalki Slavic/ Russia They were water nymphs & not nice
Rusalky Slavic Multiple goddess of spring and plant growth. A water-sprite who lives in streams. Slavic
Semargl Slavic God of barley and family. Slavic
Semargl Slavic Simargl, Semargl-Pereplut, a griffin with the body of a dog. Slavic
Si Slavic Goddess of justice Slavic
Siwa Slavic Fertility and love goddess. Slavic
Solbon Slavic A goddess of the morning star & the evening star
Solbon Slavic Goddess of the morning star and the evening star Slavic
Solntse Slavic Goddess of the sun. Slavic
Stribog Slavic The god and spirit of the winds, sky and air. The ancestor of the winds of the eight directions. Slavic
Svantovit Slavic "Strong Lord". God of fertile crops and success in war. Slavic
SvantovitSvantevit Slavic He was the fire & war god
Svarazic Slavic Svarozic. God of the fire and the light. Slavic
Svarazic/ Svarozic/ Svarogich Slavic The fire god
Svarog Slavic The Slavic Sun God and spirit of fire. His name means bright and clear.
Svyatogor Slavic A hero who fought the demon Nightingale, a bird-headed human whose weapons were hurricanes. Slavic
Triglav Slavic A god or complex of gods similar in nature to the Trinity in Christianity or Trimurti in Hinduism. Slavic
Urgel Slavic Satan's son who became lord of the Pleiades. Slavic
Vedma Slavic Goddess on a broomstick who causes storms, keeps the water of life and death, and knows all about herbs. She can appear either young and beautiful or old and ugly. Slavic
Veles Slavic A major Slavic god of earth, waters and the underworld, associated with dragons, cattle, magic, musicians, wealth and trickery. He is also the opponent of thunder-god Perun, and the battle between two of them constitutes one of the most important myths of Slavic mythology.
Veles/ Volos Russia/ Slavic A god of flocks & herds, death & the Underworld
Vesna Slavic Goddess of the spring. Slavic
Vila Slavic Willi or Veela, are the Slavic versions of nymphs, who have power over storms, which they delight in sending down on lonely travelers. They are known to live in meadows, ponds, oceans, trees, and clouds.
Vodni Panny Slavic A goddesses of rivers
Vodui Panny Slavic Slavic water nymphs.
Vodyanoy Slavic A malevolent water spirit who likes to drown humans. Slavic
Volos Slavic God of cattle. wealth and commerce. Slavic
Yarilo Slavic God of fertility. Slavic
Yarovit Slavic God of victory. Slavic
Zaria Slavic Goddess of beauty Slavic
Zarya Slavic Goddess of healing waters Slavic
Ziva Slavic Goddess of long life Slavic
Ziva Siva Slavic Goddess of life Slavic
Zoria Slavic The three Slavic dawn goddesses. Utrennyaya was the morning star, Vechernyaya the evening star, and Polunochnaya the midnight star. Their duty was to guard a chained dog who continually tries to break loose and eat the constellation Ursa Minor, the bear. If this should happen, the universe would end.
Zoria/ Zorya Slavic A goddess of morning, dawn & beauty
Zorya Slavic Dawn. either Sun's mother or older sister. Slavic
Zvezda Dennitsa Slavic Morning star goddess Slavic
Zvoruna Slavic God of hunting Slavic