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Izanami- In Japanese Mythology she is the goddess of both creation and death-by Apinyo Yuwasilp

Durga ~ Izanami-no-Mikoto the Japanese Goddess of Creation and Death, another sister of Kali, she is also known as She Who Invites (by Apinyo Yuwasilp)

Faeries have a code of conduct regarding to romance and marriage that's relatable to some few creatures of this world. They only pair once. And their marriage is more of a magical contract that cur...

Faeries have a code of conduct regarding to romance and marriage that's relatable to some few creatures of this world. They only pair once. And their marriage is more of a magical contract that cur...

Anubis- Egyptian Lord of the Dead, Ruler of the Scales in the Afterlife husband to the goddess, Anput. He is associated with the Fetish, the flail, Jackel, mummification, Keeper of Knowledge and Conductor of Souls.

My little interpretation of Anubis. The last time I drew Anubis was back in 2005 and I never uploaded the picture. This little idea has been in my head . In Darkness he waits

Naga Snake women

No wonder voldermort named his snake this. Two white Nāginī. A female nāga is a nāgī or nāginī. Nāga is the Sanskrit and Pāli word for a deity taking the form of a very great snake—specifically the King Cobra, found in Hinduism and Buddhism.

Valkyrie En la mitología nórdica, una valquiria (del nórdico antiguo valkyrja "selector de los muertos") es una de una serie de figuras femeninas que deciden quién muere y gana en la batalla. Eligen entre la mitad de los que mueren en la batalla (la otra mitad va al campo más allá de la diosa Freyja Fólkvangr), las valquirias traen su elegido para la sala más allá de los muertos, Valhalla, gobernado por el dios Odin. Más

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According to wiki Yemanja is an orisha, originally of the Yoruba religion, who…

Goddess Iemanja

Yemaya is the Yoruba (West African) goddess of water and life. In the Yoruba religion, Yemaya is an orisha, an animistic deity who is a manifestation of one part of God. The Yoruba religion has inf…

The yuki-onna (雪女, snow woman) is a snow woman ghost that in spite her inhuman beauty, has eyes that can strike terror into mortals lost traveling in the snowy mountains. She floats across the snow, leaving no footprints. There have been many stories about Yuki-onna in both written and oral form.

Yuki-Onna

The yuki-onna (雪女, snow woman) is a snow woman ghost that despite her inhuman beauty, her eyes can strike terror into mortals that get lost traveling in the snowy mountains. She floats across the snow, leaving no footprints.

Eingana is the Australian Aboriginal Goddess of Creation. She is the Mother of all things, the Primordial Snake Goddess. Eingana is also a Goddess of Death. She holds the thread of life of each of her creations, and when she lets go of it, the life ends. #myth

Eingana is the Australian Aboriginal Goddess of Creation. She is the Mother of all things, the Primordial Snake Goddess. Eingana is also a Goddess of Death. She holds the thread of life of each of her creations, and when she lets go of it, the life ends.

#Izaname - #Japanese #Goddess of Life and Death, the Goddess of the Earth and the Fertile soil which gave birth to all of the gods and the goddesses.

Izaname - Japanese Goddess of Life and Death, the Goddess of the Earth and the Fertile soil which gave birth to all of the gods and the goddesses.

Izanagi (recorded in the Kojiki as 伊邪那岐) is the god of the sky in Japanese Shinto mythology. Izanagi (“the male who invites”) is also a creation deity, who along with his spouse and sister Izanami (“the female who invites”), were given the task of creating the world. Izanagi and Izanami produced numerous islands and deities.

Izanagi (recorded in the Kojiki as 伊邪那岐) is the god of the sky in Japanese…

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