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Bies /ˈbjɛs/ or bes (Russian: бес [ˈbʲɛs]) was an evil spirit or demon in Slavic mythology. The word is synonymous with chort. After the acceptance of ...

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A kikimora, or Russian household spirit, shown as part pig or duck.

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Bebok- Slavic myth: a little furry creature with venomous fangs and skinny legs in

Kikimora (Russian: кики́мора, IPA: [kʲɪˈkʲimərə]) is a legendary creature, a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, fin: Kikke Mörkö. When she inhabits a ...

The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests

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Ćmok - Taking on the forms of small dragons or serpentine creatures, these Slavic spirits dwell in secluded and neglected areas in houses across Poland and ...

Breska, Ancient Slavic Goddess of Dreams, Weather and Magic

Beregyni are female nature spirits. Precursors to Rulsalki and Upyr

Butz also called "didko" or "chicken lung" was a spirit, a who lived in the dark corners of the house: on the rarely visited attics, old cupboards or under ...

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Indrik- Russian myth: an enormous beast that had the body of a bull, the legs of a deer, the head of a horse, and a long horn protruding from the tip of ...

Bauk (Serbian: Бaуk) Creature that lives in holes, woods and other dark places. At night he go out and stalk its pray weather its human or animal.

The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology believed to protect wild animals and

The domovoi is a household spirit in Slavic mythology. Most of the time, it is a helpful spirit, aiding in the household chores or the tending of the fields ...

Stribog in Slavic pantheon, is the god and spirit of the winds, sky and

Veles, the Slavic god of waters, earth, and the underworld

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Domovoi from Ukraine (Slavic folklore) by Vladimir Arzhevitin

Jarilo was a major male Proto-Slavic deity of vegetation, fertility and spring,

is a male water spirit. Vodník (or in Germanized form hastrman) in Czech fairy tales is the same creature as the Wassermann or nix of German fairy tales.

Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania slavic tree of life roots

Somewhere in deep dark forest Striga is a creature from slavic (and not only) folklore, a little similar to vampire (killing,drinking blood).

Bannik is the bathhouse (banya) spirit in Slavic mythology. A place where women

Vila are believed to be female fairy-like spirits who live in the wilderness and

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Drow - mythical elf-like creature in Scottish folklore which lived in caves and forged magical metal work. Quest for a Forgotten Legend) ~Wendy Hamlet

Tha Hands of God - found in the pre Slavic Przeworsk culture. It has become the symbol of some Polish groups of the Slavic native faith.

Buc / refki

Lady Midday is a Slavic demon who floats around workers toiling in fields, asking them tough questions. If they answer incorrectly, she removes their head ...

The list of Slavic Mythology gods and creatures.

Ovinnik - is a malevolent spirit of the threshing house in Slavic folklore. He is

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BORUTA was a demon in the Slavic mythology. In ancient Slavic, boruta meant pine

Entry for the Bologna Exhibition / Children's Book Fair contest, about characters inspired by slavic mythology.

Entry for the Bologna Exhibition / Children's Book Fair contest, about characters inspired by slavic mythology.

Kaw Kaw/Gaw Gaw- Maltese myth: a grey and slimy creature who roamed

Mokoš is a Slavic goddess mentioned in the Primary Chronicle, protector of women's work and

“Slavic Mystery”The early Slavs imagined the tree of life as the giant oak

Midday Lady from slavic mythology, in Poland called POŁUDNICA Midday Lady

Andras is a Great Marquis of Hell and commands 30 legions of demons . He stirs

Lada is the name of a Slavic deity of harmony, merriment, youth, love

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Gaueko- Basque myth: a spirit of the night. he punishes those who claim

Vol'ga-wolf.

Tsurara-Onna (Japanese) (Friendly Face) - Her sisters (the Yuki-Onna) were corrupted by the evil Ice Queen, she asks your help to lay their corrupted ...

Veles represents one of the most important Slavic gods, (another is his own brother

The Mara is, in ancient Slavic mythology, a malicious spirit and bringer of nightmares

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Slavic mythology by Igor Ozhiganov / Deity Morozko Morozko, (“Mrazík” in west Slavic, or “Djed Mraz” in South Slavic), is the Slavic patron of winter, ...

Bannik is the bathhouse spirit in Slavic mythology. Slavic bathhouses resemble saunas, with an

Justyna Patecka - Dobrochoczy

Vrykolakas (Greek) - Terrible diseased Werewolf-victims of the a plague spread by

Bagiennik was the name of water demons in the Slavic mythology. They were akin to

A rusalka is a creature from Slavic folklore. It is usually the spirit of a

He was depicted as a bad spirit that could cling to your neck. They were portrayed in their versions of fairy tales to teach children ...

Titanic hero-warrior (bogatyr') in Russian mythology and folklore. A giant living in the Holy Mountains after which he is named (sviato- coming from the ...

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VIY - Viy by Georgy Belaschenko. 1897. In East Slavic mythology, the Viy's

In Slavic mythology, a mavka (plural:mavki) was a female ghost that

Drekavac by * The "Drekavac" comes from slavic mythology, and literally means 'the yeller'. It comes from the soul of a dead unbaptised child, ...

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Bannik - a bathhouse spirit with the ability to predict the future. Slavic folklore.

Skvader- Swedish story: a European hare (Lepus europaeus) with the back, wings and tail of a female wood grouse (Tetrao urogallus).

marydear: “ decendentofthedragons: “ Russian forest spirits took mermaid form - and this is a Russian illustration. It's interesting that, in the olden days ...

The Mulilo is a giant slug said to live in the dense forests of the Congo

Leshy- Slavic myth: a shapeshifting woodland spirit. He has white skin with blue blood. He has horns, a beard of vines and a tail.

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Kikimora- Slavic myth: a female house spirit. If the house was in order she would secretly help around the house with the chores at night, but it the house ...

In Irish mythology, a form of hungry spirit known as the Fear Gorta resembling an emaciated human is said to walk the earth at times of famine, seeking alms ...

Slavic demon" by Maszkai

Rarog (Slavic) - Fire Elemental monsters that fly around like a living fireball,

A Domovoi is a house spirit in Slavic folklore. In Slavic mythology every house is

Serbian Karakondzula has a human form - she is old and skinny women, with long messy hair, long nails... Karakondzula attack Serbian housewife's with a ...

Cernobog - Slavic black god – god of darkness and winter deity. Slavs believed that cold, famine, poverty, illness originated from this god.

Ukrainian native believers worshiping Perun, in Ternopil Oblast. Slavic neopaganism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology believed to protect wild animals and

Ovinnik- Slavic folklore: a malevolent spirit that burned down threshing houses by setting fire to the grain. People appeased him by giving him bliny and ...

"SQUONK" BY MIKE OCASIO - Cursed with warts and an ill-fitting skin, squonks are miserable creatures that spend much of their lives weeping and hiding.

The Russian folklore creature - Rusalka (Mermaid). As in other culture, considered to be demonic creatures, as their beauty and beautiful voice used to ...

Wampir or Wąpierz or Upiór

In mythology, and in the study of folklore and religion, a trickster is a

Mourioche- Brittany legend: a nocturnal, shapeshifting trickster spirit. It usually takes the

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Said to be a canibalistic disease of the heart/mind in which the affected person consumes the lives of other humans and things with no regard for the ...

Entry for the Bologna Exhibition / Children's Book Fair contest, about characters inspired by slavic mythology.

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The Leshy or Lesovik is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals

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Radegast, a god of Slavic mythology and is said to be associated with fertility, agriculture, war, and the evening sky. He resides in the mountains and also ...

Butz (Buc) - slavic spirit who lives in dark corners, in wardrobes and on attics.

A strzyga is a demon a bit similar to vampire in Slavic (and especially Polish) folklore. People who were born with two hearts and two souls and two sets of ...

starxgoddess: “Andrzej Masianis, Rusalka (Drawing on paper) ”

Morana (death) and Vesna (birth) In slavic paganism Morana (Morava)

Bies /ˈbjɛs/ or bes (Russian: бес [ˈbʲɛs]) was an evil spirit or demon in Slavic mythology. The word is synonymous with chort. After the acceptance of ...

Slavic mythology by Igor Ozhiganov. The Slavic world series.

Slavic mythology from Poland (part 1): OGNIKI

Actually, this is one of my favourite gods in Slavic mythology! :P In Slavic mythology, Perun is the highest god o.

The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology who protects wild animals and forests

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In Russian folklore, each house has a house spirit called a Domovoi. The domovoi occasionally help with chores or warn the homeowners of danger or misfo.

Ćmok - Taking on the forms of small dragons or serpentine creatures, these Slavic spirits dwell in secluded and neglected areas in houses across Poland and ...

Indrik- Russian myth: an enormous beast that had the body of a bull, the legs of a deer, the head of a horse, and a long horn protruding from the tip of ...

Breska, Ancient Slavic Goddess of Dreams, Weather and Magic

Some demon inspiration, for our head demon to get a feel for their character.

Butz also called "didko" or "chicken lung" was a spirit, a who lived in the dark corners of the house: on the rarely visited attics, old cupboards …

Figments: Domovoi by Shanti Rittgers

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A kikimora, or Russian household spirit, shown as part pig or duck.

Domovye (Domowik) are masculine, typically small, bearded, and sometimes covered in hair all over. According to some traditions, domovye take on the ...

Kupalo - the slavic God of summer, peace, water, magic, and herbs

Leshy by Ink-Yami.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

tstampedspear: Slavic God SVAROG. Svarog - God of heaven, lord and father of

Poludnica -- Harvester of Souls Art by Paola Tuazon A distressed spirit based from Slavic

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The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology believed to protect wild animals and

PHILIPPINES'_Pugot: The Pugot ("decapitated one") is a mythical fiend that is found in the Ilocos region. It can assume various shapes such as hogs, ...

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Veles, the Slavic god of waters, earth, and the underworld

VIY - Viy by Georgy Belaschenko. 1897. In East Slavic mythology, the Viy's

ČUMA (Chuma) - pestilent witch (female demon like creature) #Slavic, #Mythology

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Beregyni are female nature spirits. Precursors to Rulsalki and Upyr

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Planetnik, slavic air demon. His work is to pull clouds from above sea over · Nature SpiritsDark ...

Baba Yaga (Slavic Folklore) is from the Slavic regions and is sometimes viewed as an evil witch or a female demon. She is supposed to travel around flying ...

Bannik - a bathhouse spirit with the ability to predict the future. Slavic folklore.

This happens when an animal passes over the grave of a pregnant women. - Slavic mythology ...

The Huldfolk (hidden folk) are figures of continental Scandinavian folklore. They often overlap

Drow - mythical elf-like creature in Scottish folklore which lived in caves and forged magical metal work. Quest for a Forgotten Legend) ~Wendy Hamlet

The Deogen, also known as the De Ogen or The Eyes, is an evil spirit said to haunt the Sonian.

Midday Lady from slavic mythology, in Poland called POŁUDNICA Midday Lady

Business card i made for myself based on a drawing who is itself inspired by the poem Wishbone by Richard Siken

The Mulilo is a giant slug said to live in the dense forests of the Congo

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Bauk - Bearlike creatures, these monsters lurk in the dark places and abandoned houses of

Ukrainian native believers worshiping Perun, in Ternopil Oblast. Slavic neopaganism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Slavic Neo-Paganism today / Rebirth of Slavic spirituality

Krsnik- Slavic myth: a shaman that hunts vampires by sending his soul out in the form of a white animal; pig, ox, or horse. His evil vampire antithesis is ...

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The scottish Cirein cròin is a sea serpent

Likho, liho (Polish: licho) is an embodiment of evil fate and misfortune in Slavic mythology, a creature with one eye, often depicted as an old, ...

Chort - This abominable, bovine beast is known from Slavic mythology, and is thought

raenyras: Poludnica by Raenyras from a series of drawings i'm doing involving slavic

Gahonga: Iroquois spirits that live in rivers and lakes. Very strong and will sometimes

Criaturas mitológicas de Medio Oriente

Kikimora (Russian: кики́мора, IPA: [kʲɪˈkʲimərə]) is a legendary creature, a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, fin: Kikke Mörkö. When she inhabits a ...

Pixiu (Construct/Beast)(Huge) - Gamesprite double of Taotie, using same game sprite with different colors, stronger version of Taotie.

Sandwalker- Arabian legend: a huge nocturnal crab the size of a horse that ate

The Nemean lion was a vicious monster in Greek mythology that lived at Nemea. It

Skookum - These ape-men are forest spirits from Native American folklore, and are extremely hostile towards intruders to their forest habitat.

A domovoi or domovoy (Russian [he] from the house") is a house spirit in Slavic…

Licho is an embodiment of evil fate and misfortune in Slavic mythology, a creature with

Diwatas in Philippine Mythology. "Diwata" has taken on various meanings since its assimilation into mythology

The creature is described as a combination of vampire and witch and is almost always female

ภาพของยอดนักดาบอย่างซามูไร ผู้มีดาบคาตานะ เป็นอาวุธคู่กาย มักจะปรากฏให้เห็นในภาพยนตร์และการ์ตูนอยู่บ่อยครั้ง ซามูไรนั้นได้รับความนิยมเป็นอย่างมาก ...

Slavic mythology: (plural: rusalki or rusalky) a female ghost, water nymph, succubus, or mermaid-like demon that dwelt in a waterwa.

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