Stribog Day (21/08)

Stribog (ancient Russian Stribog) - in East Slavic mythology, the god of the wind, born from the breath of the Family. His name goes back to the ancient root "streg", which means "senior", "paternal uncle". A similar meaning is found in the Tale of Igor's Campaign, where the winds are called "Stribog's grandchildren."

The Slavs celebrate the day of Stribog on August 21 (according to the new style).

Being the lord of the wind, Stribog can cause or, on the contrary, stop a storm, or any other natural phenomenon associated with the wind. Stribog, together with Perun, also commands thunder and lightning. They are brothers.