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Konstantin Vasilyev - "Lady Midday" - Pscipolnitsa is a character of myth and tradition, common to much of Eastern Europe. She can be referred to in English as "Lady Midday". She was usually pictured as a young woman dressed in white that roamed field bounds. She assailed folk working at noon causing heatstrokes and aches in the neck. Sometimes she even caused madness.

Konstantin Vasilyev - "Lady Midday" - Pscipolnitsa is a character of myth and tradition, common to much of Eastern Europe. She can be referred to in English as "Lady Midday". She was usually pictured as a young woman dressed in white that roamed field bounds. She assailed folk working at noon causing heatstrokes and aches in the neck. Sometimes she even caused madness.

Poludnica (Lady Midday) -  a noon demon in Slavic mythology.  She was usually pictured as a young woman dressed in white that roamed field bounds. She assailed folk working at noon causing heatstrokes and aches in the neck, sometimes she even caused madness.

Poludnica (Lady Midday) - a noon demon in Slavic mythology. She was usually pictured as a young woman dressed in white that roamed field bounds. She assailed folk working at noon causing heatstrokes and aches in the neck, sometimes she even caused madness.

"Echo, thou who reignest in the inmost recesses of the caves.” #myth

"Echo, thou who reignest in the inmost recesses of the caves.” #myth

In Aztec mythology, Mictecacihuatl is Queen of Mictlan, the underworld. Her role is to keep watch over the bones of the dead. She presided over the ancient festivals of the dead, which evolved from Aztec traditions into the modern Day of the Dead after synthesis with Spanish cultural traditions. She is said now to preside over the contemporary festival as well. Mictecacihuatl was represented with a defleshed body and with jaw agape to swallow the stars during the day.

In Aztec mythology, Mictecacihuatl is Queen of Mictlan, the underworld. Her role is to keep watch over the bones of the dead. She presided over the ancient festivals of the dead, which evolved from Aztec traditions into the modern Day of the Dead after synthesis with Spanish cultural traditions. She is said now to preside over the contemporary festival as well. Mictecacihuatl was represented with a defleshed body and with jaw agape to swallow the stars during the day.

Visual trends 2015: double-exposure photos, low-poly images and zentangles - Digital Arts

Visual trends 2015: double-exposure photos, low-poly images and zentangles - Digital Arts

Slav Mythology (a small part of it)

Slav Mythology (a small part of it)

Morana

Morana

Slavic

Slavic

The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology believed to protect wild animals and the forests. They usually appear as tall men, but have the ability to change size and shapeshift into any form, animal or plant. Leshies have beards made of living grass and vines, and are often depicted with a tail, hooves, and horns. The Leshy has pale white skin and dark green eyes. They are the lords of the forest and hold close bonds with gray wolves, bears, and all animal life.

The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology believed to protect wild animals and the forests. They usually appear as tall men, but have the ability to change size and shapeshift into any form, animal or plant. Leshies have beards made of living grass and vines, and are often depicted with a tail, hooves, and horns. The Leshy has pale white skin and dark green eyes. They are the lords of the forest and hold close bonds with gray wolves, bears, and all animal life.

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 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.