The offerings are usually bloodless: “Most of the time it would be a sacrifice of bread, meat or other agricultural products,” assures Dragomir.
One very specific ritual for Rodnovers is – the wedding.
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I don’t know anyone else who could say that,” he boasts, underlining that Rodnovers seldom find understanding on the part of their families.
Pre-Christian Slavs used to live off the land; it is no surprise that their holidays are strictly connected to seasons and nature cycles.
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“So he was identified with the natural power of thunder and the oak tree – the hardest and strongest tree in the woods.” For Luiza, gods are a secondary issue in Rodnovery.Each group represents a different take on crucial questions of faith: rituals, religious holidays, and even gods.For Dragomir, gods are nothing else but moral ideals, allegorically represented by Slavs as natural phenomenons.“[Some Rodnovers] think, that we care more about dressing up in medieval clothes than the spiritual side,” says Dragomir, who practices Rodnovery in a re-enactment group called .“Well, every religion has some kind of festive clothing, I don’t see why ours shouldn’t be Slavic and historic.” Due to the lack of written records and organisational fragmentation, there is no single, unified Rodnovery movement.
They passed on their traditions orally,” explains Dragomir. Despite these difficulties, Rodnovery is growing more and more popular amongst Polish people.