">
Godchecker's mythology encyclopedia

ZORYI
Also known as ZARYI

Three Slavic Star Sisters

They are deities of morning (ZORYA-UTRENNYAYA), evening (ZORYA-VECHERNYAYA) and midnight (ZORYA). They let the sun in and out of DAZBOG's Sky Palace.

They also guard the fearsome bear monster which is chained within the constellation Ursa Minor (the Little Bear). The monster — who cannot be named for legal reasons — is constantly struggling to escape his bonds so he can rampage across the sky.

The ZORYI must maintain a constant watch. If the monster escapes, he will devour the Universe and bring total apocalyptic destruction. Such responsibility.

  • Share this page:

Article last updated on 03 February 2013
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.

COPYRIGHT © 1999-2013. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Please mention Godchecker.com when praying to deities.

Godchecker's article on Zoryi is based on material from ancient texts, original references and our own research. We strive for accuracy and update regularly with new information. If you spot a mistake please contact us and we'll try to fix it.


Suggested further reading...
ABOUT ZORYI : FACTS AND FIGURES
Name : ZORYI
Location : Czech Republic, Poland and Russia
Gender : Female
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : ZARYI
Popularity index : 470

Join the Godchecker mailing list

Stay in the loop with Godchecker updates. You can unsubscribe at any time.
We are often asked about merchandise. Can we supply the latest Zoryi graphic novel, book or comic? Not to mention role-playing games (RPG), video games, Zoryi movies on DVD, BluRay and so on. To purchase such goodies we suggest you search for a dedicated mythology-based online store - or try Amazon, Ebay or other reputable websites. We offer a wide range of our own merchandise in our online GodShop, but we don't currently sell third party items. Yet!

Visitors often email us asking about Zoryi statues, sculptures or carved figurines of Zoryi. We regret we cannot assist with identifying such items.




PRESS or MEDIA enquiries? Contact us here.

REPRODUCTION REQUESTS. This site is copyright and all rights are reserved. If you wish to use our material in your essay, book, article or project, please consult our permissions information page.

SUPPORT THE GODS. Found this site useful? Consider donating a few pennies to the Godchecker Temple Roof Fund.



The Gods told us to do it.
up
THE A-Z OF SLAVIC GODS
The Complete List of SLAVIC GODS...

Can't find the Slavic God you want? Try searching our Holy Database...

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST


CONTACT US