The holiday of Korochun was devoted to him at the winter solstice longest night of the year 21st to 22nd December. Cernobog was respected as all the other gods. He was considered equal to other gods of the pantheon.
TOPSHOTS Ukrainians wearing traditional clothing jump over a campfire while celebrating Ivan Kupala Night, a traditional Slavic holiday not far from Kiev on July 6, 2009. During the celebration, originating in pagan times, people plait wreaths, jump over fires, and swim naked.
Circular crescent pendant combines solar & lunar symbolism. Between the horns of the crescent moon is a symbol of the sown field - a sign of fertility and motherhood - a universal protection charm for women. The pattern on this crescent reflects the cosmogonic view of the Slavs, associated with fertility magic - the heavens with the sun in the middle, earth and streams beneficial rain, indicated by oblique rows of small grains.
SVETOVID - His memory is probably most preserved in Serbia through VIDOVDAN (the feast of St Vitus - 28th of June....a important day in history) which is one of the most important days in the Serbian Orthodox calender
The #wolf actually stands for his animal incarnation, or his primary shape that did not cease to exist after Dazbog turned anthropomorphic. The wolf became a servant, and often a messenger as well. Although his basic form was anthropomorphic, Dazbog frequently changed his shape, and his earliest wolf form remained his symbol. #Slavic #Mythology