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Sudičky in Czech and Slovak | Sudjaje in Serbian | Rodzanice in Polish | Sojenice or Rojenice in Slovenian | are very similar to Greek Moirai and basically the Fates of Slavic mythology

Sudička is an old woman spinner who approaches cradles of every newborn child and foretells their fate. They come in three: the first has a big bottom lip from the continuous salivating the thread, the second has an inch-wide thumb from holding the knot and the third has a huge foot from pedalling on the spinning wheel. The child can never escape its fate - be it bad or good. 

The cult of worshipping group of three woman can be traced back to the 1-5 century AD. In North-Western Europe they were called “mothers” or “matronas” (a dignified older women) accompanied with Germanic and Gaul inscriptions.

Sudičky in Czech and Slovak | Sudjaje in Serbian | Rodzanice in Polish | Sojenice or Rojenice in Slovenian | are very similar to Greek Moirai and basically the Fates of Slavic mythology

Sudička is an old woman spinner who approaches cradles of every newborn child and foretells their fate. They come in three: the first has a big bottom lip from the continuous salivating the thread, the second has an inch-wide thumb from holding the knot and the third has a huge foot from pedalling on the spinning wheel. The child can never escape its fate - be it bad or good. 

The cult of worshipping group of three woman can be traced back to
the 1-
5 century AD. In North-Western Europe they were called “mothers” or “matronas” (a dignified older women) accompanied with Germanic and Gaul inscriptions.

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