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Carpathian Shaman – Ukraine Mofarka, Molfar; Polish Szeptuchami & Whisperer; Belarus Whisperers and Hungarian Lidercz, Táltos

Carpathian shamans – Ukraine Molfar & Polish whisperer’s magical rites - Nexus Newsfeed

The shamans began the sacred festival by going to different locations in the mountains for three days of meditation and spiritual ceremonies

Summoning the spirits of their ancestors: Shamans from around the world gather in Siberia for ceremony timed to coincide with cosmic cycles

Stunning pictures as shamans from around the world gather in Sayan Mountains, Shamans from around the world rouse the ancient Siberian spirits at festival "Call of 13 Shamans" in Siberia summer 2014

men in Hungary wearing amazing felt coats

A picture taken of three men in Hungary in Two of the men are wearing traditional Racka sheep coats. Traditional wool garments and utilitarian objects in history have heavily influenced my felt work. Their hats appear to be felt as well.

Norse Family Tree

This is a family tree of the mythical Norse gods. These gods and goddesses are Germanic deities, myths told and worshiped in Germanic paganism.

Shaman clothing of the Yakuts (Sakha: Саха, Sakha) Turkic people which mainly inhabit the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic. The Yakut or Sakha language belongs to the Siberian branch of the Turkic languages. And mainly live in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in the Russian Federation.

Shaman: Shaman clothing of the Yakuts (Sakha: Саха, Sakha) Turkic people who mainly inhabit the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic. The Yakut or Sakha language belongs to the Siberian branch of the Turkic languages.

The Magyar Táltos: Is similar to shamans in other cultures but there are some differences: He doesn't use hallucinogens to fall in trance, but simply uses dreams. The shamans fight each other in spirit form, the Táltoses personally, transformed into animals. The third difference, while the shaman is the part of the society, with the Táltos nobody has much in common, he often lives alone, away from society and others visit him/her or vice versa.

“The Hungarian shaman traveled on horseback, which he usually purchased as a…

Pscipolnitsa is a mythical character common to the various Slavic countries of Eastern Europe. She is referred to as Południca in Polish, Poludnica in Serbian, Polednice in Czech, Poludnica in Slovak, Poludnitsa in Bulgarian and Russian, and Poloznicha in Komi, the Pscipolnitsa is a noon demon in Slavic mythology. 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.

oldladycallowaysghost: “graveyarddirt: “At Midday, by Michał Dziekan “Pscipolnitsa is a mythical character common to the various Slavic countries of Eastern Europe. She is referred to as Południca in.

Kukeri - Bulgarian traditional masquerade monsters

Picture of Kukeri - Bulgarian traditional masquerade monsters stock photo, images and stock photography.

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