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Strzyga, a demon from the Slavic beliefs that sucked blood

Strzyga, a demon from the Slavic beliefs that sucked blood

BORUTA was a demon in the Slavic mythology. In ancient Slavic, boruta meant pine tree according to the folklore, the god dwelled indeed in this kind of trees.Devil Boruta is a fictional character from Polish folklore and literature. The character is the transformation of the Slavic demon Boruta in post-Christianization times. He was usually considered to be a nobleman, and accordingly, he was usually busy with corrupting nobles, leaving other social classes to other devils.

BORUTA was a demon in the Slavic mythology. In ancient Slavic, boruta meant pine tree according to the folklore, the god dwelled indeed in this kind of trees.Devil Boruta is a fictional character from Polish folklore and literature. The character is the transformation of the Slavic demon Boruta in post-Christianization times. He was usually considered to be a nobleman, and accordingly, he was usually busy with corrupting nobles, leaving other social classes to other devils.

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Wolves of the hunting Goddess Dewana found the lost boy in the woods by Julia Nikitina

Wolves of the hunting Goddess Dewana found the lost boy in the woods by Julia Nikitina

Photo: Chilkat Shaman, Skan-Doo, one of the headman of the Kaagwaantaan, c. 1895. The Chilkats closely guarded their trade routes into the interior of Alaska and Canada. Legend tells us that the Chilkats began to lose control of the prosperous trade routes only after the United States Army came armed with Gatling guns. The traditional weapons of the Tlingit, spears and daggers, were no match for automated weapons.

Photo: Chilkat Shaman, Skan-Doo, one of the headman of the Kaagwaantaan, c. 1895. The Chilkats closely guarded their trade routes into the interior of Alaska and Canada. Legend tells us that the Chilkats began to lose control of the prosperous trade routes only after the United States Army came armed with Gatling guns. The traditional weapons of the Tlingit, spears and daggers, were no match for automated weapons.

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Hedge Riders:  #Lucid #Dreaming for the Earth: Experiments in #Shamanic Technology.

Hedge Riders: #Lucid #Dreaming for the Earth: Experiments in #Shamanic Technology.

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Yukaghir people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yukaghir people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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