Ame-tsuchi,"Amatsukami, kunitsukami"

大分類Basic Terms of Shinto 神道基本用語集
分野分類 CB宗教学・神道学
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テキスト内容Heaven and earth. A Shinto myth explains that at the time of the creation, light, pure elements branched off to become heaven (ame), while heavy, turbid elements branched off to become earth (tsuchi). Ame became the home of the amatsukami or gods of heaven, while tsuchi became the home of the kunitsukami or gods of the land. The amatsukami are said to have descended from heaven to pacify and perfect this world.
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-9392009/02/19Administrator00BTS000009天地,天つ神、国つ神Ame-tsuchi,"Amatsukami, kunitsukami"Heaven and earth. A Shinto myth explains that at the time of the creation, light, pure elements branched off to become heaven (ame), while heavy, turbid elements branched off to become earth (tsuchi). Ame became the home of the amatsukami or gods of heaven, while tsuchi became the home of the kunitsukami or gods of the land. The amatsukami are said to have descended from heaven to pacify and perfect this world.9天地Ame-tsuchi天つ神、国つ神Amatsukami, kunitsukamiA01

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