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Your Idol? (ask the appropriate people)

. Since ancient times our Ancestors depicted the image of different Gods. Images were made of stone, wood, precious metals, etc. They were called in different ways: those that are in the form of statues – Idols, in the form of a relief image on the plane of the Image, in the form of painting Faces. Idols standing in a valley called “IDOL” (the Truth in the valley). Let’s talk about the Idols. The word Idol means: “Kum” ‘ – the relative “peace” -the universe, i.e. Idol – universal Kinsman. Idol helps us to install and support the two-way communication with the Ancestral God and His Power. Slavic Gods are our Ancestors and we are their descendants. Therefore, cutting out the Idol from the tree, people carve statues of their Ancestors and the purer the Master Heart and Soul, the better it depicts a particular God without distorting His Image. The image of the Gods usually sotarauta FROM the male species of trees: Oak, Beech, Ash, elm, Cedar. But the image of the virgin female: Birch, Willow, Larch, etc. The Idols are cut different symbols: Swastikas, Runes, Inscriptions. Dimensions Idols are from 1 inch (17.78 cm) to 4 fathoms (1137,44 cm) and above. Idol is kind of portrayed as a Wise old man, watching the deeds of their relatives and descendants. The man speaking to the Gods and Ancestors Continue reading

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