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Знак Макоши

Знак Макоши

 

Makoshyu] is called the goddess of the fate of entire real. The patroness of fertility and harvest, the mistress of the cross-roads between the peaces, being by the wife of the god Of [velesa] it is female [upravitelnitsey] of the peace of magic. You [makosh] they consider the defender of hostesses and needle women, they call [vladychetsey] living nature, the Mother- Earth. Worship [Makoshi] it was carried out in the springs. Frequently, girl in order to gain the arrangement of Mother- fate they threw into the wells yarn. Yarn in this case served as the symbol of the thread of fate. Similar to Ancient Greek [Moyram], You [makosh] with the daughters of portions and [Nedoley] [pryadet] the thread of the fate of each. It walks along the Earth in the form young woman with the dissolved hair, noting, who as lives, as customs and prohibitions are observed. Patronizing only by strong spirit, which is fought for the happiness. If man despaired despite not on what and he continues to go to the dream, You [makosh] it sends to it on the way the goddess of success and happiness To [srechu]. However, if man descended, he was dissuaded and waved to entire by the hand, then bitter fate waits it. You [makosh] it will turn away from it and it will be slave it on the life by monstrous old women - by evil one-eyed, curved, difficult, [Nedoley], [Nesrechey], there, where the grass snakes reckon above the graves Of [karna] with The [zheleyu]. It is terrible in its inevitability You [makosh], but also it is magnanimous to by strong spirit. The sign of this goddess available in each respecting itself witch. Yes even to whom to worship to the fate of mother as to the not knowing mothers. However, You [makosh], as has already been spoken above, it was favorable to each, who does not fall by spirit and assumes its fate. Also sign [Makoshi] they bore the forewoman of needle woman. Indeed [Makosh]- great spinner and the patroness of the female forms of needelwork.

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