Yav is the material world in which we are right now. Gods, however, are equally part of Yav. Yav is contained within Nav.
Nav (Navi) is the immaterial world, the world of the dead. Stars, which are the souls of the dead, as well as Svarga and Irij, are parts of Nav.
Prav is the law of Svarog that governs both Yav and Nav. Modern parallels to this concept are laws of physics, but there is one big difference. The law that says that a stone falls when dropped is not only a mere observable fact: it is rightful, good and just that stones fall to the ground when dropped. A somewhat similar belief today is anthropic principle, but it only states that laws of physics are useful. This concept is similar to Dharma in Hinduism and Buddhism.
In many Slavic languages, “pravo” or “prawo” means “law”, “rule”, one’s right to something, and the right side.
Spinning wheel old Slavic omen that signifies the endless cycle of birth and death. The word consists of two parts – a round which means sun and neck denoting the rotation.
On Slavic culture spinning wheel is sign of God Svarog. The sign is also found in many ornaments. In more recent times has become the most important sign Rodnoverja reconstructed pre-Christian religion of the Slavs and other non-Christian religious communities such as the Slavic vedantizam.
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