Belbog (or Bolbog)

Belbog (Or Bolbog)

in Wendian mythology, was the wise god of the good. At Julin he was worshipped, as also in Juterbog, as an old man, dressed in white, crowned with laurels, with a palm-branch in his hand. Everywhere sacrifices were brought to him, in order that he might protect from the evil purposes of Tschernebog. Among the Russians he was called Bielbog, and had a temple in Kiew, where he was held to be the god of thunder.

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See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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