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Japanese Mystic Creatures

in Allgemein 28.02.2003 16:31
von Hamish
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Hello!

Here I habe a little Monster for you!
Hope you like it!

cu
Hamish


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RE:Japanese Mystic Cretures

in Allgemein 28.02.2003 16:31
von Hamish
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Centipede

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A terrifying, man-eating monster the size of a mountain. It lived in the mountains of Japan near Lake Biwa. The dragon king of that particular lake asked the famous hero Hidesato to kill it for him. The hero slew it by shooting an arrow, dipped in his own saliva, into the brain of the monster. The dragon king rewarded Hidesato by giving him a rice-bag; a bag of rice which could not be emptied and it fed his family for centuries.


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RE:Japanese Mystic Cretures

in Allgemein 06.04.2003 22:30
von Susasami • Admin - Das Hausekel ;) | 2.393 Beiträge

Hi Hamish!
How are you?
Hope really you are ok!
Thank you very very much for the Information of Centipede!

Coooooooool! ^^


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RE:Japanese Mystic Cretures

in Allgemein 18.07.2003 07:16
von Gohan • Schreiberling | 612 Beiträge

Hi Hamish!

Eine Super INfo! ^^
cu
Gohan


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RE: RE:Japanese Mystic Cretures

in Allgemein 11.01.2006 21:43
von Chris
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THE FOX SPIRIT - Kitsune

By the 11th century, for reasons hard to discern, Inari becomes intricately associated with the fox. In Japan, the fox is a legendary creature with supernatural powers for doing both good and evil. Able to transform into human shape (typically that of a bewitching woman), and to hear and see all secrets of humankind, the fox is Inari's messenger. Even today, fox statues are found in great number inside and outside the thousands of Japanese shrines dedicated to Inari (some 20,000 Inari shrines nationwide). Although the lore of fox magic was introduced to Japan from China and Korea, it originated in India. Nonetheless, the supernatural powers of the fox are not exclusive to Asia, for fox mythology exists -- quite independently -- in many non-Asian nations as well.


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RE: RE:Japanese Mystic Cretures

in Allgemein 22.07.2007 10:35
von Ganmera • Bienchen | 222 Beiträge

Warum wird der Fuchs eigentlich als böse angesehen?


Raaaaaaaaaah

Ganmeraaaaah
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