In Belarusian folklore, a fireball was sometimes called a Khut. It was seen to be a house-spirit, willing to help those who sheltered it and gave it respect. The mistress of the house would carry fried eggs and milk (it’s favourite foods) to the top of a hill, and call out to it. It would descend, eat the eggs, drink the milk, and then carry all the dishes back to the house to wash them. The Khut lives on the hill, and it flies there from nobody knows where.
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