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The Sudice are the "Fates" of Slavic mythology. Spirits of judgement that meted out fortune, destiny, judgement and in some cases, fatality, when a child was born. In Czech and Slovak languages, they are called Sudičky. They can also be found in Serbian mythology by the name of Sudice, Suđaje and in Polish mythology known as Rodzanice, Narecznice or Sudiczki. In Slovenian mythology are known as Sojenice and Rojenice.


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Żywie, in Western Slavic mythology, was the Goddess of Health and Healing. She is associated with the spirits of the dead worshipped by the Lusatians, and is also the Goddess of Regeneration and Rebirth. Her name means "living" and her animal is the cuckoo. Friday is her sacred day.


In norse mythology, the Norns are female beings who rule the destiny of gods and men. #pagan #wiccan #norse #fate


VEDMAK - In Slavic mythology, a Vědmák (Russian: Ведьмак; Ukrainian: Відьмак, Vidmak or Polish: Wiedźmin[1]) is a male witch, the female equivalent being vedma,[2] but unlike the latter, the vedmak may also possess positive qualities. For example, they treat people and animals,[3] protect humanity, and force witches to stop doing evil. On the other hand, they are thought to be people connected to the Devil, and are capable of harming other human beings

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Gown worn by Queen Elizabeth I Elizabeth I was queen regnant of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called "The Virgin Queen", "Gloriana" or "Good Queen Bess", Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty