Slavic Neopaganism

Slavic Neopaganism ( sometimes called Rodnovery, a compound word of rodna "native" and vera "faith": Russian: Родноверие/Rodnoverie, Родославие/Rodoslavie; Ukrainian: Рiдна Вiра/Ridna Vira, Рідновірство/Ridnovirstvo, Рідновір'я/Ridnoviriya; Serbo-Croatian: Rodnovjerje, Rodna vjera or Родноверје, Родна вера; Belarusian: Роднавераваннe/Rоdnaveravanne; Polish: Rodzimowierstwo; Czech: Rodnověří; Slovak: Rodnoverie; Slovene: Rodnoverstvo, Staroverstvo (Staroverism, literally "Old-faith-ism"; note, not to be confused, that Starovery is the name of the Old Believers in Russian); and alternatively in some languages it's called Slavianism (Slavianstvo, Slovianstvo)) is a group of contemporary, polytheistic, or pantheistic (and other) philosophies and religions focusing on Slavic culture and folklore, and worship of Slavic deities. They are the revival of the ethnic religion of the Slavs. Its adherents call themselves Rodnovers. The movement is at times intertwined with Slavic Vedism, and sometimes incorporates elements of Hinduism.

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