100% cotton t-shirts, made in Serbia, with a digital print directly on the fabric. The manufacturer does not use decals.
Care: Wash and iron on reverse, use cold water up to 30 degrees Celsius and a mild detergent. Do not iron the print.
Stribog is a God of winds, storms, tempests, good and bad weather. He was pictured as an old man with a hunter’s horn. He would use this horn to wake up the winds, his grandchildren. This is why many military leaders identify with Stribog and make him their idol. Many princess would also build his…
Dažbog (alternatively Dajbog or Dazhbog) is one of the sons of Svarog, God that gives us light, rain and fertility – everything that is good. The Slavs believed that Dajbog travels the heavens every day in a magical quadriga yoked with four white horses and that the sunlight comes from the fiery…
Svarog is the son of Rod, the Sun God, the Father of our Universe and everything in it. Svarog is the Blacksmith of the Heavens. He created all of the other gods from the sparks of white flame from the Alatyr stone. He is the creator and the guardian of the sacred fire and is believed to be…
Perun is the mightiest of all Slavic Gods, god of princess and knights, invincible warrior, the creator of thunder and lightning. He maintains order in the Universe, grants victory in battle and protects the state and its rulers. Of all the gods, he has the closest relationship with the mankind,…
The text on the shirt says: "Glory to the Brotherhood of Wolves! Glory to descendants of Dajbog, the wolf pack from Helm!" Helm is the original name for Balkan. The design represents the continuity and survival of the tribe from pre-Christian times all the way until today. It's a methaphysical…
Double Kolovrat (double spinning Sun wheel) reflects the eternal connection of Jav - the physical world we live in, and Nav - the spiritual world in which our glorious ancestors live.Constant turning and interaction of these two worlds demonstrates their strong spiritual connection. Together they…
Perunika (Iris) is the symbol of Perun, God of Thunder, the most powerful God of the Slavic pantheon. This symbol was worn on the chests of the glorious knights in Slavic history. It was believed to evoke hidden powers. Warriors wore it with pride and our ancestors regarded it as the best…
Svarog is the son of pre-god Rod, the Sun God, the Father of our Universe and everything in it. Svarog is the Blacksmith of the Heavens. He created all of the other Gods from the sparks of white flame from the Alatyr stone. He is the creator and the guardian of the sacred fire and is believed to be…
In Slavic mythology, the world was portrayed as a holy tree or the Tree of life (usually oak), whose branches and bark are the heavens and the earth (ruled by Perun). His roots, however, are the underworld, the land of the dead and the kingdom of Veles. A constant struggle between these two Gods…
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