In Slavic mythology, Svarog (Polish: Swaróg, Cyrillic: Сварог, Sorbian: Schwayxtix) is the Slavic Sun God and spirit of fire; his name means bright and clear. Slavic mythology is the Mythological aspect of the Religion that was practised by the ancient Slavs. Polish ( język polski, polszczyzna) is the Official language of Poland. The Cyrillic alphabet (səˈrɪlɪk also called azbuka, from the old name of the first two letters is actually a family of Alphabets, subsets of which are used by The Sorbian languages are classified under the Slavic branch of the Indo-European languages. "Sun god" redirects here For the Ramsey Lewis album see Sun Goddess (album. The English word " spirit " comes from the Latin " spiritus " (breath Fire is the heat and light energy released during a Chemical reaction, in particular a combustion reaction. The name may be related to Sanskrit Svarga and Persian xwar (pron. Sanskrit (sa संस्कृता वाक् saṃskṛtā vāk, for short sa संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam) is a historical In Hinduism, ( Sanskrit: स्वर्ग Svarga (or Swarga) is set of heavenly worlds located on and above Mt Chvar) both meaning the same thing, indicating Indo-European etymological relation. So sacred was the fire that it was forbidden to shout or swear at it while it was being lit. Folklore portrays him as a fire serpent, a winged dragon that breathes fire. History The concept of folklore developed as part of the 19th century ideology of Romantic nationalism, leading to the reshaping of oral traditions to serve modern ideological According to some interpretations the fire-god Svarogich was the son of Svarog. However, other sources refer to these names as one and the same god of fire.
Older myths describe him as a smith god, identified with the generative and sexual powers of fire. In those myths, Svarog fights Zmey, a giant serpent or a multi-headed dragon. In Slavic mythology, the word zmey or Змей and its cognates zmiy, zmaj, zmej and żmij are used to describe a Polycephaly is a condition of having more than one head The term is derived from the stems poly- meaning 'many' and kephal- meaning "head" Zmey kills people indiscriminately. Svarog catches Zmey with blacksmith's tongs and uses him to pull a plough. Also in some myths, he has to use his own mouth to dig the ditch, thus separating the land of the living (Jav) from the land of the dead (Nav), bringing order (Prav). Yav (Jav Prav and Nav are three worlds described in the Book of Veles. Yav (Jav Prav and Nav are three worlds described in the Book of Veles. Yav (Jav Prav and Nav are three worlds described in the Book of Veles. Zmey takes over the dead. In some myths, the ploughed ditch becomes the Smorodina River, and Zmey becomes the guardian of Kalinov Bridge.
In neo-paganist religions, Svarog is often the supreme god-creator and the central part of the (holy) trinity Triglav. Triglav ( Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian and Serbian: Триглав Czech and Slovak: Trihlav; Trygław He completed the creation of the world by giving it Prav.
Svarog is associated in Christianity with Saints Cosmas and Damian, and Saint Michael the Archangel. Christianity ( Greek Χριστιανισμός from the word Xριστός ( Christ)is a monotheistic Religion centered on the life and teachings Saints Cosmas and Damian (Κοσμάς και Δαμιανός (died ca Michael (מִיכָאֵל Micha'el or Mîkhā'ēl; Μιχαήλ Mikhaíl; Michael or Míchaël; ميخائيل Mikhā'īl) is an Archangels are superior or higher-ranking Angels Archangels are found in a number of religious traditions including Islam, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism His animals are a golden horned ox, a boar, a horse, and a falcon named Varagna. Oxen (singular ox) are Cattle trained as draft animals. Often they are adult castrated males The boar or wild boar ( Sus scrofa) is an Omnivorous, gregarious Mammal of the biological family Suidae. The horse ( Equus caballus) is a hoofed ( Ungulate) Mammal, one of eight living species of the family Equidae. A falcon (fɔlkən or fælkən is any Species of raptor in the Genus Falco.
Svarog legends can be traced back to the 8th-6th century BC when the Slavic tribes first began to practice agriculture. The 8th century BC started the first day of 800 BC and ended the last day of 701 BC. The 6th century BC started the first day of 600 BC and ended the last day of 501 BC. The etymology of the word Svarog is likely to be Slavic svar (bright and clear).
The symbol dedicated to Svarog is the Kolovrat. The swastika (from Sanskrit: svástika sa स्वस्तिक Hindu IS CORRECT if 'ि' is positioned incorrectly see -->) is