Stribog, in East Slavic mythology, the god of wind, born from the breath of Rod. His name goes back to the ancient roots of "Strega", which means "big", "paternal uncle." Such a value is found in "The Song of Igor's Campaign", where the winds are called "stribozhimi grandchildren." Being a master of wind Stribog can cause or stop a storm front, or any other phenomenon associated with the wind.Slavs celebrate day Stribog August 21.
The Canticle of Mary is the first prayer of the Church, a paradoxical prayer of triumph through humility that leads us to Christ. So why don't we pray it more? http://www.pbgrace.com/why-not-the-magnificat/