This book is difficuly to categorise as it’s about everything relted to humanity. History, philosophy, religion, economics, language…the list goes on. A fascinating and profoundly absorbing read
In this 6th book of The Slavic Way series, the reader is introduced to different tales from the Slavic heritage. Storytelling is a big part of the Slavic culture and many tales have been passed on for countless generations: parent to child, grandparent to grandchild. Many of these tales have a hidden meaning and a hidden lesson within it, that is supposed to be understood and learned by all who hear it. These kind of tales are presented in this book.
This is the fifth book of The Slavic Way series. It introduces the reader to Slavic symbols, their meaning and uses in everyday life. Much of Slavic heritage has been lost over the years and with Christening of Rus’, this book is a small attempt to revive and bring into the light little of that which has been lost.
In this volume of The Slavic Way series, creatures, beings and spirits of Slavic mythology are presented and described. If you ever wondered about the noises you may hear around your home, about why sometimes you wake up in cold sweat, or about the visions you may see or noises you may hear around the forest; this book is an essential read for you.
In the 3rd book of The Slavic Way series reader is presented with the Slavic Creation Myth in the form of songs of bird Gamayun that was passed on verbally through generations. It speaks of creation of the first World, its destruction and resurrection.
This is the second book of The Slavic Way Series, and it focus is on the Deities of the Slavic Faith and their Commandments.
This book introduces the reader to Slavic Faith. It discusses Slavic heritage, Slavic afterlife, Slavic family and many other aspects of Slavic life. Because of oppression, much of Slavic heritage was destroyed or changed over the past several thousands of years. This book is an introduction of what once was the great Slavic people. After reading this book, a Slavic person will know more about his roots and where he comes from.
Svetodar tells the story of his travels to Dea-Earth, the fifth planet from the sun. He speaks of the great war, that took place there and the aftermath that followed. However, Vedomir and Ladomira learn of another purpose for Svetodar’s story, which surprises them even more.
A traveler comes to our Earth after being absent from it for thousands of years. He finds an unexpected guide in Los Angeles and they begin their quests to heal this world and to return it to as it was all those thousands of years ago. Throughout their journey, the traveler displays unimaginable gifts and talents of teleportation, mind control, telepathy and others, which he agrees to teach his guide and their companions they meet along the way.