Rituals Part 2: Our Sacred Spaces.

In the realm of Slavic rituals, the consecration of a sacred space stands as the initial step, for it is within the places of worship associated with Slavic folk practices and pre-Christian beliefs that we can truly comprehend the essence of the Slavic sacred space. According to Helmold’s accounts, he vividly describes a sacred grove in Oldenburg, stressing that entrance into this hallowed courtyard was strictly prohibited for all, except for the priest and those …

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Slavic Native Faith Pantheon (Gods)

In the elucidation of historical accounts, a profusion of deities, encompassing a vast expanse of the Slavic domain, ranging from the Baltic shores to the Black Sea, emerges. Spanning a formidable duration of over six centuries, the Slavic tribes paid homage to an extensive array of divinities, each tribe fostering its unique assemblage of gods, thereby engendering its own distinctive pantheon. Predominantly, the ancient Slavic faith appears localised and imbued with cultist tendencies, wherein gods …

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