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Although the ancient Slavic religion was chiefly polytheistic with a Chernobog / Willowbrook - Split pantheon of gods, he has been historically assumed to be the dualistic counterpart or contrasting aspect of the "good" deity, Belobog the "white god". This dualism is a common theme amongst Eurasian religions. He wrote thus in Medieval Latin :   . Est autem Slavorum mirabilis error; nam in conviviis et compotacionibus suis pateram circumferunt, in quam conferunt, non dicam consecracionis, sed When I Was A Young Girl - Odetta - At Carnegie Hall verba sub nomine deorum, boni scilicet atque mali, omnem prosperam fortunam a bono deo, adversam a malo dirigi profitentes.
Unde etiam malum deum lingua sua Diabol sive Zcerneboch, id est nigrum deum, appellant. This passage has been the cornerstone for defenders of the thesis that Chernobog was an evil god part of a Slavic dualism, at least in that distinction. The name of Chernobog, or more accurately the meaning of his name, is preserved in several curses in Slavic languages. A veneration of this deity perhaps survived in the folklore of several Slavic nations.
In some South Slavic vernaculars, there exists the phrase do zla boga meaning "to [the] evil god", or Chernobog / Willowbrook - Split "to [the] evil [of] god"used as an attribute to express something which is exceedingly negative.
An early appearance of Chernobog in popular culture is in the Disney film Fantasia as Chern a boga great and powerful night demon who awakes and summons evil spirits; the scene occurs in the form of an animation accompanying Modest Mussorgsky 's piece Night on Bald Mountain.
Literary appearances include the novel American Gods by Neil Gaiman Chernobog / Willowbrook - Split , in which Czernobog is featured as a recurring character, Naomi Novik's fantasy novel, Spinning Silverwhich is inspired by Eastern European mythology, and Charles Stross 's Laundry Files.
In television, he is played by Peter Stormare in Pure & Easy - Various - Six Feet Under: Music From The HBO Original Series series American Gods. Chernobog appears in Marvel Comics 's universe as the deity  of darkness, chaos  and night. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Disney character, see Chernabog. Slavic deity of darkness. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Russian.
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You can help by adding to it. November Spelling is further varied by regional and dialectal pronunciation. In the West Slavic territories that Helmold proselytized in that are now part of GermanyTchernobog is Total Worship - Asschapel - Total Worship in German as Czorneboh ; this can be seen as a mountain called such in Saxony.
Retrieved 17 November Paris, France: Presses Universitaires de France. The Chronicle of the Slavs. Translated by Tschan, Framcis Joseph. In Reineccius, Reiner ed. Chronica Slavorum. Frankfurt, Germany. Shin Megami Tensei series.
Various platforms. Blood: Chernobog / Willowbrook - Split Official Strategy Guide. Prima Pub. Retrieved 8 September Marvel Comics. Rod Deities. Slavic folklore. Vila Drekavac Kikimora Mavka Upyr. Notes: 1 historicity of the deity is dubious; 2 the deity status is dubious. Hidden categories: Articles containing Russian-language text Articles containing Serbo-Croatian-language text Articles Chernobog / Willowbrook - Split Polish-language text Articles containing Czech-language text CS1 French-language sources fr CS1 maint: date format CS1: long volume value Articles with short description Articles to be expanded from April All articles to be expanded Articles needing translation from Russian Wikipedia Articles with attributed pull quotes Articles to be expanded from November Articles using small message boxes All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from May Namespaces Article Talk.
Of the good one, as well as of the bad one, they profess that all propitious fortune is arranged by the good god, and all adverse by the bad god. Hence, also, in their language they call the bad god Diabol[b] or Zcernebochthat is, the "Black God". Latin original Hey Hey Guy (Vocal Version) - Ken Laszlo - Hey Hey Guy Est autem Slavorum mirabilis error; nam in conviviis et compotacionibus suis pateram circumferunt, in quam conferunt, non dicam consecracionis, sed execracionis verba sub nomine deorum, boni scilicet atque mali, omnem prosperam fortunam a bono deo, adversam a malo dirigi profitentes.
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