Stribog in Slavic mythology is the god of the winds "harsh and sibilant." It was after the Christianization likened the breath of the Holy Spirit. Slavic peasants still say today: "If the wind is calm, is that Stribog plays the flute.
Jiva is, in Slavic mythology, the goddess of life, spring and birth. This is the customization of the life force. In her right hand she holds an apple in her left hand and a bunch of grapes. Sometimes it turns into a cuckoo. The reign of Jiva is at its best in spring when the fields and forests flourish and become covered with greenery. It is associated with Rod with which it forms a divine couple, often symbolized by a dove.
Laufey or Nál is a figure from Norse mythology, the mother of Loki and consort of Farbauti. Eddic poetry refers to Loki by the matronym Loki Laufeyjarson. Nál means “needle”; according to Sörla þáttr, Laufey was also called this because she was “both.