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Uralic Paganism[edit]

Uralic mythologies
Uralic neopaganism
Finnic mythologies
Common Features
Animism
Axis mundi
Bear worship
Earth religion
Genius loci
Nature religion
Polytheism
Shamanism
Soul dualism
Totemism
Votive offering
World egg
World tree
Finnish
Finnish mythology
Finnish paganism
Finnish neopaganism
Tietäjä
Estonian
Estonian mythology
Estonian neopaganism
Maavalla Koda
Mordvin
Mordvin native religion
Hungarian
Hungarian mythology
Hungarian neopaganism
Shamanistic remnants in Hungarian folklore
Táltos
Sami
Noaidi
Sami drum
Sami shamanism
Others
Mari native religion
Udmurt Vos
Vattisen Yaly
Encyclopedia
Aarnivalkea
Ahti
Ajatar
Akka (spirit)
Beaivi
Bieggolmai
Ebajalg
Emese
Erlik
Griffin
Hadúr
Haltija
Hiisi
Horagalles
Hunor and Magor
Iku-Turso
Ilmarinen
Ilmatar
Ipmil
Jumala
Kalev (mythology)
Kalevi (mythology)
Kalma (goddess)
Kuu
Kyöpelinvuori
Leib-Olmai
Lemminkäinen
Lempo
Lieaibolmmai
Linda (Estonian mythology)
Louhi
Mano (mythology)
Menninkäinen
Mielikki
Näkki
Nyyrikki
Otso
Peijaiset
Peko
Perkele
Pikne
Piru (spirit)
Pohjola
Radien-attje
Radien-pardne
Raedieahkka
Rana Niejta
Rauni (deity)
Saaremaa
Sampo
Stallo
Surma (Finnish mythology)
The Swan of Tuonela
Szelatya
Tapio (spirit)
Tellervo
Tharapita
Thunder
Tiermes
Tjaetsieålmaj
Toell the Great
Tuonela
Tuonetar
Tuoni
Turul
Ukko
Ukonvasara
Vammatar
Vanapagan
Ved-ava
Väinämöinen
Waralden Olmai
Álmos
Äkräs
Epics
Dorvyzhy
Kalevala
Kalevipoeg
Kanteletar
Mastorava
Culture
Beaska
Communal work
Duodji
Estonian cuisine
Finnish cuisine
Four Winds hat
Gákti
Hungarian cuisine
Joik
Kalakukko
Kantele
Karelian pasty
Koskenkorva Viina
Luhkka
Mordovian cuisine
Mustamakkara
Mämmi
Puukko
Pálinka
Sahti
Sami cuisine
Sauna
Sisu
St John's Day (Estonia)
Unicum