From Slavic Mythology - called Polednice: The Noon Witch or Lady Midday. Inspiration from symphonic poem written in 1896 by Antonín Dvořák which was inspired by the Karel Jaromír Erben. Poem Polednice from the collection Kytice. Polednice is based on the noon demon "Lady Midday". Story goes likes this: a mother warns her son that if he does not behave she will summon the Noon Witch to take him away. He does not behave, and the witch arrives at the stroke of noon. The witch, described as a horrible creature demands the child. Noon Witches are present in Czechoslovak Fairy Tales.
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