KIKIMORA - is a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, sometimes said to be married to the Domovoi. Kikimora is said to look after the chickens and the housework if the home is well-kept. If not, she will tickle, whistle, and whine at the children at night. She also comes out at night to spin. It is said that a person who sees Kikimora spinning will soon die. To appease an angry Kikimora, one should wash all the pots and pans with fern tea. She usually lives behind the stove or in the…
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Pan (frontispiece). "The Springtide of Life" (1918) illustrated by Arthur Rackham
Under the Heart Tree by Bubug (Bottom) (Summer prowls, a Three-Eyed Crow and two Children of the Forest observe. Eddard and Lady, Robb and Grey Wind, passed over from this life, are below the earth now but still under the gods’ sight. Lord Stark kneels before Lady, as if to acknowledge something… And Bran Stark? Bran has gone deeper than any of them.