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SLAVIC SYMBOLISM - Many more Symbols are used in Slavic Countries for different Gods or other but here are the most important and today in the come back of our Faith we need to wear them with Honor like our Ancestors! Here you can see everything to know about Slavic symbols and their meaning.

the Sign of Perun (Slavic Jupiter), Slavic solar symbol and popular decoration element (a rosette resembling the "flower of life" pattern)

The mythological symbol of the World Tree was a very strong one, and survived throughout the Slavic folklore for many centuries after Christianisation. Three levels of the universe were located on the tree.

gardening: the mythological symbol of the World Tree survived throughout the Slavic folklore for many centuries after Christianisation. Three levels of the universe were located on the tree.

Slavic symbolism

Insights from the Vedic-Slavic cultures in a contemplative quest for Ancient Wisdom and Knowledge

Slavic Gods:  Dadzbóg, god of the sun and Light, the giver of all good things.  Perun, god of thunder, a heavenly warrior, a defender against the forces of darkness, the failures of the diseases.

Slavic Gods: Dadzbóg, god of the sun and Light, the giver of all good things…

Hrnčířské značky / merki / gmerki - old Slavic symbols found on the pottery in Čáslav, Czech Republic || Píč 1909.

Hrnčířské značky / merki / gmerki - old Slavic symbols found on the pottery in…

Кулон "Коловрат" - slavic sun wheel - "kolovrat" means "spinning wheel" in a number of slavic languages. the kolovrat is one of the most respected and most powerful protective pagan symbols and is a symbol of the god, svarog. it represents strength, dignity, sun and fire and is a symbol of secular as well as spiritual power. the kolovrat represents the endless cycle of birth and death, each turn of the wheel is a cycle of life in our world.

Кулон "Коловрат" - slavic sun wheel - "kolovrat" means "spinning wheel" in a…

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