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Bird Watcher Reveals Controversial Missing Link You NEED To Know To Manifest The Life You've Always Dreamed

reumar: “ Perfectly Chaotic Onryo are female ghosts that were abused or neglected by their lovers. They dwell in the physical world after death seeking vengeance. Powerless in life they become strong...

Onryo Onryo are female ghosts that were abused or neglected by their lovers. They dwell in the physical world after death seeking vengeance. Powerless in life they become strong in death. Strangely enough they rarely harm the lovers who vexed them.

The take of the princess Kaguya - One of the most beautiful animated movie you will ever see

ryan-a: “ Kaguya Hime The princess returns to her home world. I did this illustration earlier this year, but am just now getting around to posting it. I’m still not totally happy with it, and may end up redoing it at some point.

In japanese mythology Jorōgumo (絡新婦) is a 400 years old demonic spider that can change its appearance into that of a seductive woman.  Generally, in all mythologies the most evil and deadly demons are depicted as women.

In japanese mythology Jorōgumo (絡新婦) is a 400 years old demonic spider that can change its appearance into that of a seductive woman. Generally, in all mythologies the most evil and deadly demons are depicted as women. Thank you sexists!

Hahakigami (箒神, ははきがみ)  Literally translated as “broom spirit,” hahakigami is not the ordinary broom that you and I use to clean the house. Long, long ago in Japan, the broom was not a tool for cleaning trash and brushing dust out of houses; it was a holy instrument used for purification. If you have ever seen a Shinto purification ceremony where they shake an ōnusa (a stick covered in strips of paper), that may be somewhat of spiritual successor (no pun intended) of this ancient broom…

A hahakigami is a tsukumogami which takes up residence in a broom. They can sometimes be seen on cold, windy late autumn mornings, sweeping wildly at the blowing leaves

Shirime (尻目, しりめ)  Literally, “butt eye,” this yokai is practically self explanatory.  It first appeared in a picture scroll by Yosa no Buson, an Edo period poet. Most likely it was made up by him, as no other folklore exists. It’s one of those yokai that literally has two sentences to its name, and yet those two sentences seems to be enough:  京、かたびらが辻ぬっぽり坊主のばけもの。 めはなもなく、一ツの眼、尻の穴に有りて、 光ることいなづまのごとし。  “In Kyoto, at the Katabira crossroads, there is a monster called nuppori-bōzu. It has no eyes…

Shirime- Japanese myth: a man that has an eye where his anus is supposed to be. He strips naked in front of a person and bends down to stare at them with his butt-eye.

Chimi Posted on Thursday October 9th, 2014 Well, I spent most of the day recovering from a hard disk failure, but thanks to same-day-delivery I am now running a much faster solid state drive and re-installing everything. With the amount of frustration computers can bring us, it’s fun to imagine what kind of yokai would have been attributed to them if they had existed 250 years ago… With all of the crazy tsukumogami out there, I’m sure there would have been at least a few computer gremlin…

Well, I spent most of the day recovering from a hard disk failure, but thanks to same-day-delivery I am now running a much faster solid state drive and re-installing everything. With the amount of …