Commonwealth of Pagan Communities of Siberia–Siberian Veche

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The Commonwealth of Pagan Communities of Siberia–Siberian Veche (Russian: Содружество Языческих Общин Сибири–Сибирское Вече), also known as SibVeche (СибВече), is a Rodnover organisation which covers the region of Siberia, Russia, officially recognised by the government since 2015.[1][2]

Though it is primarily devoted to Slavic religion, participation of individuals and communities of autochthonous Siberian religions is welcome, and some members (including Askr Svarte) follow Germanic Heathen beliefs. The organisation is headed by Trislav from Altai Krai and has communities in Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Tomsk, Kemerovo, Barnaul and the Rebrikhinsky District of Altai Krai, but also in Almaty, Kazakhstan.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Popov 2016, Славянская народная религия (Родноверие) / Slavic indigenous religion (Native Faith).
  2. ^ Saberov 2015, pp. 11–14.

Sources[edit]

  • Popov, Igor (2016). "Славянская народная религия (Родноверие) / Slavic indigenous religion (Native Faith)". Справочник всех религиозных течений и объединений в России [The Reference Book on All Religious Branches and Communities in Russia] (in Russian).
  • Saberov, Rushan A. (2015). "«Языческое картирование»: к вопросу о структурном состоянии современных славянских языческих организаций в России" ["Pagan Charting": Concerning Structural State of Modern Slavic Pagan Organizations in Russia]. Общество: социология, психология, педагогика (in Russian) (5). pp. 11–14.