Water god


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Wa´ter god`


1.(Myth.) A fabulous deity supposed to dwell in, and preside over, some body of water.
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Scientists admit the reasons behind the ritual remain a mystery, but believe it could have been associated with Tlaloc, the water god, due to offerings and figures found close to the victims.
We have a history of folding our hands while the water God sends to us from the clouds flows away.
Yun Mi-Kyung's Bride of the Water God is a traditional sunjeong manhwa (the Korean equivalent of Japanese shoujo or "girls" manga) that walks a fine line between commercial success and fine art.
The chief advisor to the Imperial throne, Fujiwara no Tadamichi, suggested seeking divine intervention from the water god, Ame no Oshikumone no Mikoto.
In Oshogbo, the Osun river - which winds through a belt of tropical rainforest - is said to be a traditional site for sacrifices to the water god who bears the same name as the Osun.
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If Annie's baby had ingested any of that water God knows what disease he might have developed.
Since then, the troupe has risen to the occasion by producing not one or two new works but six, with subjects that range from a legendary flying water god to the release of Nelson Mandela.
Treibgut tells the story of a group of flood survivors cast adrift in wreckage, who are introduced to the mystical world of the water god Neptune.
Her first taste of Tibetan life comes when she reaches the village of Cizhong and becomes immersed in the lives of a Tibetan family, as well as joining a group of nuns as they make an offering to the water gods for their protection.
He spoke about his Polynesian heritage and pointed out that the Polynesian gods Kahoali and Maui are water gods.
The work was created by The Strangelings, who take inspiration from the Water Gods, the Greeks and Romans, and English garden statues to fuse expert craftsmanship and visual theatre.