Slavonic Sources: Sacred Texts and Lore

Don’t take my word for it. It’s your lore… So read it!


The Book of Veles - author unknown (A sacred text or forgery? The BOV purports to detail the slavic migrations epic. It is one part political history, one part religious text and may constitute the oldest known source of Rodnover lore written prior to christianization.)

Slavonic Folklore - various authors (The site’s byline reads “Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources”. Enough said.)

Chronica Slavorum – Helmold of Bosau (A priest gives a detailed account of the cult of Svantevit on Rugen Island. These ancestors were part of the Balto-Slavic Rujani tribe wiped out by Danish King and christ enthusiats Valdemar I.) 

Gesta Danorum - Saxo Gramaticus (Details the exploits of King Valdemar I who sacked of the last Rodnover temple at Cape Arkona.) 

History: Book IV- Herodotus (Discusses the lore and culture of the Slavs’ Scythian ancestors.)



The Hypatian Codex Part I: The Russian Primary Chronicle - Nestor

The Hypatian Codex Part II: The Galician-Volynian Chronicle - Nestor

Bellum Gothicum - Procupius

The Chronicon of Thietmar of Merseburg - Thietmar of Merseburg