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Pin by Chels S on DEATH t Japanese mythology

Pin by Chels S on DEATH t Japanese mythology


Gashadokuro In Japanese mythology, the Gashadokuro (or Gasha-dokuro) is a spectrum of titanic proportions that manifests itself as a gigantic skeleton that ...

dressrehearsalrag: “Jikininki by Mizuki Shigeru In Japanese Buddhism, jikininki (Japanese: 食人鬼, “human-eating ghosts”) are the spirits of greedy, ...

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Tsukuyomi or Tsukiyomi is the moon god in Shinto and Japanese mythology.

SHINIGAMI [noun] a “death god” or “death spirit” - an entity in Japanese folklore that is responsible for seeing that a person dies at their appointed time ...

Kasha- Cat-like demon that descends from the sky to feed on corpses before cremation. Woodblock print from "The Kaibutsu Ehon" (Illustrated Book of ...

Sara-hebi (さら蛇) is a large, snake-like creature with

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SHINIGAMI [noun] a “death god” or “death spirit” - an. Japanese MythologyJapanese ...

Jorogumo, a Japanese creature from folklore resembling the common interpretation of Arachne as a half-spider half-woman

Gods Goddesses Legends Myth: The Norse Frigg.

Bean Nighe - “Washer Woman” Similar to the Banshee, the Bean Nighe is an omen of death in Scottish Folklore. The Bean Nighe are often seen washing the ...

Dorotabo- Japanese folklore: a zombie of an old farmer that emerges from the waist

Izanami-no-Mikoto is the goddess of creation and death in the Shinto religion

(Kali the goddess of time,change and destruction) @Julia

They dwell in the physical world after death seeking vengeance. Powerless in life they become strong in death.

In Japan, Fukurokuju (福禄寿) (from Japanese fuku, "happiness

Heikegani (Japanese) - The souls of samurai's that commit suicide are reincarnated into these

Phooka is a very dangerous and often violent shapeshifting trickster from Celtic myth, known for their ability to change into great fearsome black animals ...

In Japanese myth, the Gashadokuro is a giant skeleton formed by the bones of humans.

Umibozu is a sea spirit in Japanese Folklore. In Japanese Mythology, they are said to live in the depths of the ocean. On calm nights, when there is no sign ...

Name: Otoroshi, Odoroshi, Keippai Area of Origin: Japan The Otoroshi is a yokai from Japanese Mythology. With a name possibly derived from the word, ...

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Yurei- Japanese myth: female ghosts who have done some wrong doing, had improper burial, or committed suicide. they wear white kimonos and usually have no ...

Enenra- Japanese folklore: a creature composed entirely of smoke. It resided in bonfires

Fuujin (風神) is the Japanese god of the wind and one of the eldest

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Hippocampus- Greek myth: a horse with the back half of a fish. It

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Huli jing, a creature of ancient Chinese myth. Precursor of the Japanese kitsune spirit

Izanami - (Japanese Mythology) She is the goddess of both creation and death - by Apinyo Yuwasilp

Ix Chel is a Moon Goddess and, appropriately, her domain in the land of

Ittan Momen- Japanese myth: a 33 foot long white cloth that flys around at

Ancient Egyptian Art Print Goddess Bastet

the milky way in Japanese mythology was a river dividing two lovers. Once every hundred years they would cross it and meet. This is adapted from the Chinese ...


In Hinduism, Yama (Sanskrit: यम) or Yamarāja (यमराज) is the god of death…

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Pixiu- Chinese myth: a winged lion-like creature. it loves eating gold

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Hades the book this art is from is one of my fav.

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Japanese goddess Benten's themes are luck, wealth and beauty. Her symbols are…

Ix Chel - Moon Goddess by BalamTzibtah on DeviantArt

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Hvidslangen- Norse myth: a huge white snake that is surrounded and protected by millions

Tema 7. Dibuja una deidad prehispánica. Ella es Ix Chel diosa maya de la luna,e l tejido y la pintura entre otras cosas :)

In Japanese mythology, it is said that the souls of children who die before…

Tengu is Japanese guardian who lives in moutain. Tengu-to-fly

Finding the Legendary Mongolian Death Worm

Inari's themes are death, kinship, ghosts, fertility and love. Her symbols are

In Chinese mythology and culture, the three-legged crow is called the Sanzuwu and is responsible for the sun's passage across the sky.

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Art Work - The Mouth of Japanese Sword Sheath

ARTIST: Gegebo - Fairy Monsters *Arrogant priests become 'Tengu' after death .

Slav Mythology (a small part of it)

In Norse mythology, Níðhöggr (Malice Striker, often anglicized Nidhogg) is a dragon

I don't understand why this (about greek mithology) is linked with something

Kawanabe KYÔSAI (Japan Title Ogre chanting Buddhist prayer Place of origin Japan Period Japan: Edo (Tokugawa) period 1615 - 1868 Year 1864

The Viking Death Prayer

Little Miss Paint Brush. Japanese FolkloreJapanese ...

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Hermes the Trickster illustration from the Olympians Rule book series (Speaking of Tricksters, this is the one I was born under. I'm starting to see why I ...

Anubis - The Egyptian God Anubis, God of cemeteries and embalming Mythology, Egypt

Kitsune in Japanese folklore are believed to possess superior intelligence, long life, and magical

Metis-Pin-up, what a gal?

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Maya Goddess Ix Chel

Macaria {goddess of blissful death} "she who is blessed"; daughter of

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After an in-depth investigation, police could never pinpoint an exact cause of death. This is ...

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... Irish: bean sí [bʲæn ˈʃiː] ("woman of the sídhe" or "woman of the fairy mounds") is a female spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death ...

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tomoe gozen and a shocked horse

tomoe gozen on a horse in the snow

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glitzalicious ♥s this pin of a Pink Kimono

15 words that don't translate directly into an English equivalent (is there a word for that mouthful?)

teke teke. Japanese Urban LegendsFolkloreRwby ...

BE SURE YOU HAVE CORRECT TIME! This poster intended for navigation students combines instruction with caricatures of enemy leaders, L-R: Hitler, Mussolini, ...

tomoe gozen genpei war

Ixchel - Mayan Goddess of love, pregnancy, childbirth, medicine, healing, weaving

In my presentation, I showed photos of artworks in different media by a wide range of contemporary Japanese self-taught artists. I described the character ...

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tomoe gozen looking awesome on a horse

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Read manga Akame ga Kill! 033 Kill the Strengthened Human online in high quality

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The latest craze among students is 'oculolinctus' - eyeball licking as an expression of

tomoe gozen blind musician

tomoe gozen being awesome on a scroll

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Virat Swaroop, the infinite god-form of Krishna which he shows to Arjuna on

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