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  • 15:04, 29 January 2023Moss people (hist | edit) ‎[4,342 bytes]Admin (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The moss people, also known as the moss folk, wood people, or forest folk, are a class of fairy folk described in German folklore as having an intimate connection to trees and the forest. They are described as similar to dwarfs, being the same size as children but grey, old-looking, hairy, and clad in moss. They can be both helpful and harmful to humans. They are also associated with the Wild Hunt. The female moss people are known as ''Moosfräulein'' and have a queen ca...")
  • 14:44, 29 January 2023Jigoku (hist | edit) ‎[2,175 bytes]Admin (talk | contribs) (Created page with "The Concept of '''Jigoku''' in Traditional Japanese Buddhism Japanese Buddhism, like many other Eastern religions, includes the belief in an afterlife and the concept of punishment and reward in the afterlife. One of the most prominent and well-known aspects of this belief is the concept of jigoku, or "hell." The idea of jigoku plays an important role in traditional Japanese Buddhism, serving as a reminder of the consequences of immoral behavior and a motivator for indi...")
  • 10:56, 8 November 2022Mister Babadook (hist | edit) ‎[528 bytes]Admin (talk | contribs) (Created page with "'''Mister Babadook''' is a fictional monster from the horror movie 'The Babadook'(2014) directed by Jennifer Kent. The Babadook is a kind of bogey man that appears as a tall pale-faced humanoid in a top hat with taloned fingers and torments its victims after they become aware of its existence. The monster has become a queer meme and icon.")