Baba yaga

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baba yaga has said if the kids act good then they shouldn't have a problem but if they are being bad baba yaga comes takes them away and get the children takes home to work

Vasilisa the Beautiful at the Hut of Baba Yaga, Ivan Bilibin

Vasilisa the Beautiful at the Hut of Baba Yaga ~ artist Ivan Bilibin. Love the skull lanterns!

Baba Yaga and the Wolf by Tin Can Forest

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"Do not be frightened, Vasilisa, and do not be sad, for the morning is wiser than the evening."      Baba Yaga and Vasilisa the Beautiful

“Fairy Godmother” by Vania Zouravliov, an image inspired by the Slavic folktales surrounding Baba Yaga and Vasilisa the Beautiful. Note hut deep in the woods and skull on fence.

In Russian folklore there are many stories of Baba Yaga, the fearsome witch with iron teeth.  Whenever she appears on the scene, a wild wind begins to blow, the trees around creak and groan and leaves whirl through the air. Shrieking and wailing, a host of spirits often accompany her on her way.

In Russian folklore 'Baba Yaga' appears as the infamous 'Witch with Iron Teeth'. Often portrayed in books and told to be part of the 'Iron Teeth' clans.

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Maxim Kuleshov (Baba Jaga (Szamana, Yaga, Jędzibaba or Drasznica) шаман баба яга)

"Baba Yaga, Wildwoman, Crone, Grandmother of the dancing hut, Witch of the untamed wood, Oracle of the Darksome Moon, Lend me your harsh wisdom, Devour my childish fear. Grind away that which does not serve me, That I may fly anew. Atop the clouds in your mortar, Your pestle, my oar and sword.” ~Galdorcraeft (A Crone's Prayer)

"Baba Yaga, Wildwoman, Crone, Grandmother of the dancing hut, Witch of the…

baba yaga house

Baba Yaga's hut, that danced on chicken legs when she was out riding in her mortar, steering with the pestle.

the hut of baba yaga    Suddenly the ground began to tremble. Rabbits scurried under bushes and birds flew to the sky to hide in the clouds. Marusia put her ear to the ground. She heard a fearful thumping sound.  Marusia remembered what her mother had said: "Never enter the forest of the far side of the village, for that is the forest of Baba Yaga!"                -----Ernest Small

Baba Yaga, the cannibalistic witch from Slavic folklore, lives on the edge of the forest in a hut that stands on chicken legs.

A very cool and scary Crone by Brian Froud. Crones have always inspired fear and respect due to their close connection to and understanding of death.

A very scary Crone by Brian Froud. Crones have always inspired fear and respect due to their close connection to and understanding of death.

The Crone, Baba Yaga

The Crone, Baba Yaga, famous witch in Russian folklore

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