Lady Midday – ‘Poludnica’- An Evil, Elusive Female Field-Spirit In Slavic Beliefs That Comes To Kill At Noon | Ancient Pages

I’ve been researching Slavic deities and Slavic mythology for over a year now. Many of the old stories are dark and haunting. Poludnica is one of those deities that you never want to meet… especially when you are threshing wheat in the fields. Have a read by clicking the link below.

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A. Sutherland – AncientPages.com – In Slavic mythology, Lady Midday is known as “Midday Spirit” or “Poludnica”. She is a female, noon devil, an evil creature that carries with her a lethal danger to those who, on hot days, dared to work in the field. We have to be aware of her presence on hot summer […]

Source: Lady Midday – ‘Poludnica’- An Evil, Elusive Female Field-Spirit In Slavic Beliefs That Comes To Kill At Noon | Ancient Pages

6 thoughts on “Lady Midday – ‘Poludnica’- An Evil, Elusive Female Field-Spirit In Slavic Beliefs That Comes To Kill At Noon | Ancient Pages

      1. I love mythology. I need to check these out. Research is so much fun. I’m doing research on the Medieval period, the black plague, and witches for my next book. So your WIP will be a bit dark then?

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