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Lil’ Egytian gods | Anubis, Bast, Horus, Sobek, and Thoth | silverfox5213 @ deviantArt

Lil’ Egytian gods | Anubis, Bast, Horus, Sobek, and Thoth | silverfox5213 @ deviantArt

Drawlloween Day 1: Yuki Onna by Catwagons.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Drawlloween Day 1: Yuki Onna by Catwagons.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Ogata Gekko: Unknown- Fox - Japanese Art Open Database    Artist: Ogata Gekko    Title: Unknown- Fox    Date: 1894    Details: More information...    Source: Japanese Art Open Databas

Ogata Gekko: Unknown- Fox - Japanese Art Open Database Artist: Ogata Gekko Title: Unknown- Fox Date: 1894 Details: More information... Source: Japanese Art Open Databas

「伊邪那美命(三成ver.)」/「+kaede+」のイラスト [pixiv]

「伊邪那美命(三成ver.)」/「+kaede+」のイラスト [pixiv

「伊邪那美命(三成ver.)」/「+kaede+」のイラスト [pixiv]

Fine Arts: asian water colour paintings. Image: fox witchcraft

Fine Arts: asian water colour paintings. Image: fox witchcraft

The perfect picture of a woman: we were made "Ezer Kenegdo" by God himself (from the Hebrew~azar nagad)- Suitable=Essential & Helper=Counterpart (from Genesis 2:18) We are made in the image of God; equal=made to reflect God; but different than man=feminine; to surround protect or aid; an ally~to be conspicuous and to declare. Image by Tsuyoshi Nagano, "Prominence"

The perfect picture of a woman: we were made "Ezer Kenegdo" by God himself (from the Hebrew~azar nagad)- Suitable=Essential & Helper=Counterpart (from Genesis 2:18) We are made in the image of God; equal=made to reflect God; but different than man=feminine; to surround protect or aid; an ally~to be conspicuous and to declare. Image by Tsuyoshi Nagano, "Prominence"

Japanese Folk Monster Nure-Onna

Japanese Folk Monster Nure-Onna

Izanami (伊弉冉 or 伊邪那美) the first female as well as the goddess of creation and death. She died shortly after the birth of Kagu-tsuchi, and Izanagi - her husband- followed her to the underworld, but failed to bring her back to the living world. A marital spat between the pair caused the cycle of life and death for all living beings.

Izanami (伊弉冉 or 伊邪那美) the first female as well as the goddess of creation and death. She died shortly after the birth of Kagu-tsuchi, and Izanagi - her husband- followed her to the underworld, but failed to bring her back to the living world. A marital spat between the pair caused the cycle of life and death for all living beings.

Koitu Tuchiya, Floating Pavillion of Katada in Snow (1934) color woodcut on paper The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Koitu Tuchiya, Floating Pavillion of Katada in Snow (1934) color woodcut on paper The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

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