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Using ropes to carry an injured person Bear Grylls advaces to use 12 loops

Using ropes to carry an injured person Bear Grylls advaces to use 12 loops

Statue of the Slavic god Svetovid in Grzybowo, Poland

Statue of the Slavic god Svetovid in Grzybowo, Poland

Perun - Slavic mythology, Perun is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning. His other attributes were fire, mountains, the oak, iris, eagle, firmament, horses and carts, weapons, and war. He was first associated with weapons made of stone and later with those of metal. ~ TheHealingWalk.com

Perun - Slavic mythology, Perun is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning. His other attributes were fire, mountains, the oak, iris, eagle, firmament, horses and carts, weapons, and war. He was first associated with weapons made of stone and later with those of metal. ~ TheHealingWalk.com

Slavic God Svantevit - SVETOVID, who was depicted with four faces. #Mythology

Slavic God Svantevit - SVETOVID, who was depicted with four faces. #Mythology

This is a wooden statue of Svetovid, taken during the International Festival of Slavic Warriors Grzybowo 2007, Grzybowo, Poland. #Svetovid, #Slavic, #mythology

This is a wooden statue of Svetovid, taken during the International Festival of Slavic Warriors Grzybowo 2007, Grzybowo, Poland. #Svetovid, #Slavic, #mythology

Mirror with horse-backed hunter 12th century Khorasan Cast bronze with moulded decoration Louvre, OA 6020

Mirror with horse-backed hunter 12th century Khorasan Cast bronze with moulded decoration Louvre, OA 6020

ANTIQUE NORWEGIAN FOLK ART CARVED WOOD HORSE HEAD ALE BOWL KASA c1900

ANTIQUE NORWEGIAN FOLK ART CARVED WOOD HORSE HEAD ALE BOWL KASA c1900

thesilenceofthedesert: “ Pagan Slavic Idols: Dazhdbog, Khors, Lada, Veles. ”

thesilenceofthedesert: “ Pagan Slavic Idols: Dazhdbog, Khors, Lada, Veles. ”

10th century Birka, Sweden

10th century Birka, Sweden

Early medieval West Slavic horse sculptures, finds from Wolin, Poland (2 - bronze figure from 11th century) and Opole, Poland (3 - wooden figure from 10th century). Source: Sebastian Brather “Archäologie der westlichen Slawen”, 2008 [online read].

Early medieval West Slavic horse sculptures, finds from Wolin, Poland (2 - bronze figure from 11th century) and Opole, Poland (3 - wooden figure from 10th century). Source: Sebastian Brather “Archäologie der westlichen Slawen”, 2008 [online read].