Fertility, death, and life are all represented by this symbol.
Mokosh was a goddess of the Slavic people. She guarded the fate and labor of women. She is known as the Great Mother and is in charge of childbirth. Mokosh is a wanderer and a spinner. She was adored as a ruler of death and fertility in the 7th century BC. Veles, the deity of the underworld, kidnapped Mokosh. At the time, she was married to Perun, the sky deity. Perun chased Veles all across the world, using thunderbolts to do so. Perun sent Veles to the underworld after the order was restored. In Eastern Europe, Mokosh is still revered as a potent life-giving force.