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水神 (Water God)  Suijin is the Shinto god of water. The term refers to the heavenly and earthly manifestations of the benevolent Shinto divinity of water. It can also refer to a wide variety mythological and magical creatures found in lakes, ponds, springs, and wells, including serpents, eels, fishes, etc. He is widely revered in Japan.

水神 (Water God) Suijin is the Shinto god of water. The term refers to the heavenly and earthly manifestations of the benevolent Shinto divinity of water. It can also refer to a wide variety mythological and magical creatures found in lakes, ponds, springs, and wells, including serpents, eels, fishes, etc. He is widely revered in Japan.

Chup Kamui, the sun goddess of the Anui people of Japan. She traded places with her brother the sun on her first day as a goddess because she hated the evil she saw going on in the night.

Chup Kamui, the sun goddess of the Anui people of Japan. She traded places with her brother the sun on her first day as a goddess because she hated the evil she saw going on in the night.

SHINTOISM: Shinto means the way of the gods. Shintoism is an Ancient religion of Japan. It started at least as long ago as 1000 B.C.E. but is still practiced today by at least five million people. The followers of Shintoism believe that spiritual powers exist in the natural world. They believe that "spirits" called kami live in natural places such as in animals, plants, stones, mountains, rivers, people and even the dead.

SHINTOISM: Shinto means the way of the gods. Shintoism is an Ancient religion of Japan. It started at least as long ago as 1000 B.C.E. but is still practiced today by at least five million people. The followers of Shintoism believe that spiritual powers exist in the natural world. They believe that "spirits" called kami live in natural places such as in animals, plants, stones, mountains, rivers, people and even the dead.

Sunflower and grain pentacle wreath   #inthehouseofmamastacey  #paganparenting…

Sunflower and grain pentacle wreath #inthehouseofmamastacey #paganparenting…

Stonehenge is approximately 4,500 years old. But Turkey has a much older temple, called Gobekli Tepe, which dates back to nearly 10,000 years ago, and is just as mysterious.

Stonehenge is approximately 4,500 years old. But Turkey has a much older temple, called Gobekli Tepe, which dates back to nearly 10,000 years ago, and is just as mysterious.

Hold a Midsummer Night's Fire Ritual for Litha: Summer is a great time for a bonfire ritual!

Hold a Midsummer Night's Fire Ritual for Litha: Summer is a great time for a bonfire ritual!

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