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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)

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

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...

Angelarium (Part 2)

Angelarium (Part 2)

Angelarium (Part these are beautiful and beyond creative representations of angels.

Völuspá is the Norse Goddess of Wisdom and Prophecy. She is the seer or völva who tells Odin the story of how the world was created, and how it would come to its end. She is not named in the poem, and subsequent tellings have given her the name of her work, which means “the völva’s prophecy.”

Völuspá is the Norse Goddess of Wisdom and Prophecy. She is the seer or völva who tells Odin the story of how the world was created, and how it would come to its end. She is not named in the poem, and subsequent tellings have given her the name of her wor

Ushi Oni- Japanese folklore: a giant spider or crab with a head of a bovine. It is said to ward off evil spirits.

Ushi Oni- Japanese folklore: a giant spiders or crabs with a head of a bovine cows , horned bulls,. It is said to ward off evil spirits.

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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