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In Chinese mythology, Long Mu (simplified Chinese: 龙母; traditional Chinese: 龍母; pinyin: lóng mǔ; Wade–Giles: lung mo) or Mother of Dragons was a Chinese woman who was deified as a goddess after raising five infant dragons. Long Mu and her dragons developed a strong bond for each other, and have thus become an example of filial devotion and parental love, an important virtue in Chinese culture…

artist unknown - Long Mu or Mother of Dragons was a Chinese woman who was deified after raising five infant dragons. Long Mu and her dragons developed a strong bond, and thus became an example of filial devotion and parental love.

Hannya By Horimouja

Hannya by Hori Mouja, aka Jack Mosher This is an amazing collection of Japanese Hannya Outlines by Horimouja. Hannya is one of the most striking of the Japanese images, haunting in their one unwavering expressions. Hannya are representations of a female