Hajun mitologi

hajun mitologi

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "List of Japanese deities" hajun mitologi news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR ( August 2013) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Part of a series on Shinto Beliefs • Kami • List of deities • Polytheism • Animism/ Animatism • Mythology • Sacred objects Notable Kami • Amaterasu • Sarutahiko • Ame-no-Uzume • Inari • Izanagi • Izanami • Susanoo • Tsukuyomi Important literature • Kojiki ( ca.

711 CE) • Nihon Shoki (720 CE) • Fudoki (713–723 CE) • Hajun mitologi Nihongi (797 CE) • Kogo Shūi (807 CE) • Kujiki (807 to 936 CE) • Engishiki (927 CE) Shinto shrines • List of Shinto shrines • Ichinomiya • Twenty-Two Shrines • Modern system of ranked Shinto shrines • Association of Shinto Shrines • Shinto architecture Practices • Festivals • Ritual dance • Music • Ritual purification • Ritual incantations • Kannushi • Miko See also • Religion in Japan • Glossary of Shinto • Syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism • Edo neo-Confucianism • Ko-Shintō • State Shinto • Kokugaku • Nippon Kaigi • Mythical creatures • History • Secular Shrine Theory The Amaterasu-Ōmikami emerges from the Heavenly Rock Cave Shunsai Toshimasa [ ja] (春斎年昌) • Amaterasu-Ōmikami (天照大神), she is the goddess of the sun as well as the purported ancestress of the Imperial Household of Japan.

Her name means “Shines from Heaven” or “the great kami who shine Heaven". For many reasons, one among them being her ties to the Imperial family, she is often considered (though not officially) to be the "primary god" of Shinto. [1] [2] • Ame-no-Uzume (天宇受売命 or 天鈿女命) Commonly called Uzume, she is the goddess of dawn and revelry in Shinto.

[3] • Fūjin (風神) Also known as Kaze-no-kami, he is the Japanese god of the wind and one of the eldest Shinto gods, said to have been present at the creation of the world.

He is often depicted as an oni with a bag slung over his back. • Hachiman (八幡神) is the god of war and the divine protector of Japan and its people. Originally an agricultural deity, he later became the guardian of the Minamoto clan. His symbolic animal and messenger is the dove. • Inari Ōkami (稲荷大神) The god or goddess of rice and fertility. Their messengers and symbolic animal are foxes. They are often identified with Ukanomitama and Buddhist deity Dakiniten.

[4] • Ninigi-no-Mikoto (瓊瓊杵尊) Commonly called Ninigi, he was the grandson of Amaterasu. His great-grandson was Kan'yamato Iwarebiko, later known as Emperor Jimmuthe first emperor of Japan. • Ōmononushi in the Nihongi, Ōmononushi was considered an alternate name for Ōkuninushi. But, it appears that the two were separate kami. [5] • Ōkuninushi (大国主) A god of nation-building, farming, business, and medicine. • Omoikane (思兼) The deity of wisdom and intelligence, who is always called upon to "ponder" and give good counsel in the deliberations of the heavenly deities.

• Raijin (雷神) is the god of thunder and lightning and is often paired with Fūjin. As with the latter, Raijin is usually depicted as an oni. • Ryūjin (龍神) Some versions consider him and Ōwatatsumi as the same god, he is a dragon, as well as god of the sea. [6] • Suijin (水神) The God of Water. • Susanoo-no-Mikoto (須佐之男命 or 素戔嗚尊) is a god of storms, as well as the ruler of the sea in some cases. He is also somewhat of a trickster god, as Japanese mythology extensively documents the " sibling rivalry" between him and Amaterasu.

Susanoo was also responsible for the slaying of the monster Yamata no Orochi and the subsequent discovery of the sacred sword Kusanagi. [7] • Takemikazuchi, known as a god of thunder and the god of swords. • Takeminakata, god of wind, water and agriculture, as well as a patron of hunting and warfare. • Tamanoya, a kami believed to be the creator of Yasakani no Magatama. [8] • Toyotama-hime (豊玉姫) was the daughter of Ryūjin and the grandmother of Jimmu. It is said that after she gave birth to her son, she turned into a dragon and disappeared.

• Tsukuyomi-no-Mikoto (月読命 or 月夜見尊) hajun mitologi the god of the moon. He killed Ukemochi, out of disgust and anger in the way she had prepared a meal. This caused Amaterasu never to face him again, causing the sun and moon to be in different parts of the sky.

Kamiyonanayo [ edit ] Izanagi and Izanami on the Floating Bridge of Heaven (by William George Aston) • Izanami: (伊邪那美神) was a creation deity; she makes up the seventh generation of the Kamiyonanayo, along with her husband and brother, Izanagi. [9] • Kuninotokotachi (国之常立神) was a deity classified as a hitorigami. He was, by himself, the first generation of the Kamiyonanayo. He was considered one of the hajun mitologi two gods, according to the Kojiki, or one of the first three gods, according to the Nihon Shoki.

[10] • Omodaru and Ayakashikone: (淤母陀琉神 and 阿夜訶志古泥神) Sixth generation of the Kamiyonanayo. [11] • Otonoji and Otonobe: (意富斗能地神 and 大斗乃弁神) Fifth generation of the Kamiyonanayo.

• Toyokumono: hajun mitologi was a hitorigami, and constituted the second generation of the Kamiyonanayo. • Tsunuguhi and Ikuguhi: (角杙神 and 活杙神) Fourth generation of the Kamiyonanayo. • Uhijini and Suhijini: (宇比邇神 and 須比智邇神) Third generation of the Kamiyonanayo. Minor kami [ edit ] • Amatsu-Mikaboshi ( 天津甕星), the kami of stars who existed before the Kotoamatsukami.

• Amanozako • Amatsumara is the kami of iron-working. [12] • Ajisukitakahikone (阿遅鉏高日子根神) is a kami of agriculture and thunder. • Amatsuhikone, considered the third son of Amaterasu. [13] • Ame-no-hohi (天菩比神, 天穂日命) considered the second son of Amaterasu. [14] • Ame-no-Naemasu ( hajun mitologi, said to be son of Futsunushi.

• Ame-no-Koyane ( 天児屋命 or 天児屋根命) A male deity, he is considered the hajun mitologi in Charge of Divine Affairs," as well as the aide to the first Emperor of Japan. [15] He is also considered to be the ancestor of the Fujiwara family. • Ame-no-oshihomimi (天忍穂耳命) • Ame-no-wakahiko (天若日子, 天稚彦) • Hajun mitologi Gongen • Ame-no-Tajikarao, in many versions is the kami that pull Amaterasu out of Amano-Iwato. [16] • Azumi-no-isora ( 阿曇磯良 ) is a kami of the seashore.

He is considered to be the ancestor of the Azumi people. • Amenohoakari, (天火明命) a sun and agriculture god. • Dojin (土神), is a Japanese god of earth, land, and/or soil. • Futodama is a kami who performed a divination when Amaterasu hid in a cave. [17] • Futsunushi ( 経津主神) Main deity at Katori Shrine. • Haniyasu no kami, two deities born from Izanami's feces. [18] • Hoderi was a deity of the bounty of the sea and enchanted fisherman.

• Hoori • Isetsuhiko (伊勢都彦命), is a god of the wind. • Ishikori-dome no Mikoto (石凝姥命), the god of metalworking. • Kaya-no-hime, the goddess of vegetation, grass and fields. • Kawaya no Kami, kami of the toilet. [19] • Kawa-no-kami a god of rivers. [20] • Kagu-tsuchi, the kami of fire. [21] • Kanayago-kami/ Kanayako-kami ( 金屋子神), a Kami of metal and metal-working, who, as believed by blacksmiths, lives mainly in Chugoku Region.

Similar to Inari, Kanayago can be, either, male or female. • Kisshōten ( 吉祥天), goddess of good fortune; [22] also known as Kichijōten, Kisshoutennyo (吉祥天女), and as Kudokuten (功徳天), Kisshōten is the Shinto adaption, via Buddhism, from the Hindu goddess, Lakshmi. • Konjin • Kotoshironushi • Kuebiko (久延毘古), the god of knowledge and agriculture, represented in Japanese mythology as a scarecrow who cannot walk but has comprehensive awareness. • Kuraokami (闇龗) is a legendary Japanese dragon and Shinto deity of rain and snow.

• Kushinadahime • Kukurihime no Kami (菊理媛神), a goddess enshrined at Shirayama Hime Shrine. • Kuzuryū, minor water deity.

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{INSERTKEYS} [22] • Kōjin (三宝荒神), is the god of fire, the hearth, and the kitchen. • Kajin (火神), is a god of fire. • Kukunochi, believed to be the ancestor of trees. [23] • Mitsuhanome, water kami. [24] • Moreya • Nakisawame, kami born from Izagani's tear after his wife's death. [25] • Nesaku, a star god. [22] • Nigihayahi-no-mikoto ( 饒速日尊) • Oshirasama ( ja:おしら様) • Shinatsuhiko, a kami of wind. [26] • Sukuna-Biko-Na ( 少名毘古那) A small deity of medicine and rain, who created and solidified the land with Ōkuninushi.

• Sumiyoshi sanjin, the gods of the sea and sailing. • Sarutahiko Ōkami ( 猿田毘古神), a kami of the Earth that guided Ninigi to the Japanese islands. • Seidai Myōjin, god of sports, enshrined at Shiramine Shrine in Kyoto, especially worshipped for kemari and football.

• Tajimamori ( 田道間守), god who obtained the tokijiku no kagu no mi in Tokoyo-no-kuni, and hailed as "god of wagashi" (sweets, confections). • Tamayori-hime, mother of Emperor Jimmu. [27] • Takitsuhiko a kami believed to bring forth rain. [28] • Tatsuta-hime and Tatsuta-hiko, pair of wind kami who bring forth autumn. [29] • Ta-no-Kami (田の神), is a kami who is believed to observe the harvest of rice plants or to bring a good harvest, by Japanese farmers.

• Toyouke-Ōmikami, goddess of food. She is also the daughter of Wakumusubi. [30] • Torento-no-kami, Deity of support and gratitude. • Ugajin , a harvest and fertility kami represented with the body of a snake and head of a man or woman. They may be derived from Ukanomitama. • Ugayafukiaezu, the father of Japan's first emperor. [31] • Ukanomitama, a kami associated with food and agriculture. [32] • Uke Mochi ( 保食神 ), is considered a goddess of food. After she disgorged food from her body she had been killed by a disgusted Tsukuyomi or Susanoo.

[33] • Watatsumi some versions is consider the same god as Ryujin. [6] • Wakumusubi, a kami of agriculture. • Wakahiru-me, a kami of the rising sun, [34] considered the daughter or younger sister of Amaterasu. [35] Yama-no-Kami [ edit ] Main article: Yama-no-Kami • Konohanasakuya-hime ( 木花之開耶姫 ), the wife of Ninigi and daughter of Ōyamatsumi, and great-grandmother of Jimmu.

She is also known as the goddess of Mount Fuji. [36] • Ōyamatsumi ( 大山積神 ), an elder brother of Amaterasu, and an important god who rules mountain. Also, the father of Konohanasakuya-hime. Kotoamatsukami [ edit ] Main article: List of people who have been considered deities This section includes historical people worshipped as kami.

• Shōtoku Taishi was sometimes worshipped by Shintoists in Prince's Hall (太子堂 Taishido) as the Kami of building trade and easy birth, like in the Hokai-ji of Kamakura. • Tokugawa Ieyasu enshrined at Nikkō Tōshō-gū and similar shrines.

• Toyotomi Hideyoshi enshrined at Toyokuni-jinja . • Tenjin (天神) The god of scholarship, he is the deified Sugawara no Michizane . {/INSERTKEYS}

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Subsequent disasters in Heiankyo were hajun mitologi to his angered spirit. [37] • Oda Nobunaga enshrined at Kenkun-jinja. • Emperor Jimmu the first emperor. Enshrined at Kashihara Shrine.

• Emperor Meiji, hajun mitologi Empress Shoken. Enshrined at Meiji Shrine. All Emperors and Empresses of Japan are technically worshipped because of their descent from Amaterasu Ōmikami, but there are many esteemed and highly revered ones who are not enshrined. Buddhism [ edit ] Further information: Japanese Buddhist pantheon • Aizen Myō-ō ( 愛染明王), a Wisdom King known to transform earthly desires (love/lust) into spiritual awakening.

• Amida Nyorai (無量光佛 or 無量壽佛), commonly referred to as Amida-butsu (阿弥陀如来), he is the primary Buddha of the Pure Land school of Buddhism.

He is believed to possess infinite meritorious qualities and is known as the "Lord of the Beyond and the Afterlife." He is one of the Five Dhyani Buddhas.

• Daruma (達磨), traditionally held in Buddhist mythology to be the founder of Zen Buddhism, as well as the founder of Hajun mitologi Kung Fu. One legend reports that after years of facing a wall in meditation, Bodhidharma's legs and arms fall off due to atrophy. Daruma dolls were created in honor of this legend. • Fudō Myōō ( 不動明王), a fierce and wrathful Wisdom King who protects all by burning away impediments and defilements, and aiding them towards enlightenment.

• Idaten ( 韋駄天), guardian of Buddhist monasteries and monks. • Jizō ( 地蔵), a Bodhisattva known as the protector of the vulnerable, especially children, travelers, and expectant mothers. He hajun mitologi also regarded as the patron deity of deceased children and aborted fetuses and the savior of hell-beings.

His statues are a common sight, especially by roadsides and in graveyards. • Kangiten, god ( deva) of bliss.

• Kannon ( 観音), a Bodhisattva associated with compassion. Commonly known in English as the "Goddess of Mercy." • Yakushi Nyorai ( 薬師如来), a Buddha known for healing and medicine.

Seven Lucky Gods [ edit ] The Seven Lucky Gods (by Yoshitoshi) The Seven Lucky Gods ( 七福神, Shichi Fukujin) are: • Benzaiten (弁才天 or 弁財天) Also known as Benten or Benzaitennyo, she is the goddess of everything that flows: words (and knowledge, by extension), speech, eloquence, and music.

Said to be the third daughter of the dragon-king of Munetsuchi, over the course of years, she has gone from being a protective deity of Japan to one who bestows good fortune upon the state and its people. He was derived from Saraswati, the equivalent Hindu goddess. [38] • Bishamonten (毘沙門天) Also called Bishamon or Tamonten, he is the god of fortunate warriors and guards, as well as the punisher of criminals.

Said to live halfway down the side of Mount Sumeru, the small pagoda he carries symbolizes the divine treasure house that he both guards and gives away its contents. Bishamonten is the Japanese equivalent of the Indian Kubera and the Buddhist Vaishravana. [39] [40] hajun mitologi Daikokuten (大黒天) Often shortened to simply Daikoku, he is variously considered to be the god of wealth (more specifically, the harvest), or of the household (particularly the kitchen). He is recognized by his wide face, smile, and flat black hat.

He is often portrayed holding a golden mallet, seated on bales of rice, with mice nearby (which signify plentiful food).

• Ebisu (恵比須, 恵比寿, 夷 or 戎) The sole member of the gods believed to have originated in Japan, he was originally known as Hiruko (蛭子), the first child of Izanagi and Izanami.

Said to be born without bones, he eventually overcame his handicaps to become the mirthful and auspicious Ebisu (hence one of his titles, "The Laughing God"). He is often depicted holding a rod and a large red sea bream or sea bass. Jellyfish are also associated with this god, and the fugu restaurants of Japan will often incorporate Yebisu in their motif. • Fukurokuju (福禄寿) Often confused with Jurōjin, he is the god of wisdom and longevity and said to be an incarnation of the Southern Polestar.

He is a star god accompanied by a crane and a turtle, which are considered to be symbols of longevity, and also sometimes accompanied by a black deer. The sacred book tied to his staff is said to contain the lifespan of every person on Earth. • Hotei (布袋) Best known in the Western world as the Laughing Buddha, Hotei is likely the most popular of the gods. His image graces many temples, restaurants and amulets.

Originally based on a Chinese Chan monk, Hotei has become a deity of contentment and abundance. • Jurōjin (寿老人) Also known as Gama, he represents longevity. He is often seen hajun mitologi a fan and a staff and accompanied by a black deer. The goddess Kichijōten (吉祥天), also known as Kisshoutennyo, is sometimes considered to be one of the seven gods, [41] replacing either Jurōjin or Fukurokuju.

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{INSERTKEYS} [42] She embodies happiness, fertility and beauty. Daikoku sometimes manifests as a female known as Daikokunyo (大黒女) or Daikokutennyo (大黒天女). [43] When Kisshoutennyo is counted among the seven Fukujin [42] and Daikoku is regarded in feminine form, [43] all three of the Hindu Tridevi goddesses are represented in the Fukujin. See also [ edit ] • ^ Coulter, Charles Russell; Turner, Patricia (2013-07-04). Encyclopedia of Ancient Deities. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-135-96397-2. • ^ "Amaterasu".

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Ehime University Library. 1796. p. (077.jpg). • ^ a b "Butsuzōzui (Illustrated Compendium of Buddhist Images)" (digital photos) (in Japanese). Ehime University Library. 1796. p. (059.jpg). External links [ edit ] Media related to Japanese deities at Wikimedia Commons • Glossary(kana) – Encyclopedia of Shinto Hidden categories: • CS1 Japanese-language sources (ja) • Articles with short description • Short description is different from Wikidata • Articles needing additional references from August 2013 • All articles needing additional references • Articles containing Japanese-language text • Commons category link from Wikidata Hajun mitologi links • This page was last edited on 7 May 2022, at 23:42 (UTC).

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Purchasing a boy that did not react to outside stimuli, they gave this boy the divine title Hajun before mummifying him while he was still alive and burying him within a five-fold mausoleum that didn't allow a sliver of light to penetrate it. But Hajun's soul was far more powerful than any of the cultists realized.

The world or its sensations did not matter to him and he only sought the feeling of solitude. But he was even denied that, since the phantom sensation of the twin brother he absorbed in his mother's womb, simply known as the Tumor, continued to irritate him.

Thus this embodiment of self-love and narcissism began to lash out as his soul ascended to godhood. Mistaking the feeling of his twin brother's remnants for the touch of the Fifth Heaven, he forcibly seized the Hajun mitologi and killed all of the Hadou Gods in existence, with the exception of Ren Fuji.

From then on he continuously attempted to enact his Law to achieve total isolation, with his efforts only being halted by Ren's, now known as Tenma Yato, desperate struggle. Credit to VSBattles wiki for this summary. Character Statistics Tiering: 1-A - 1-A - 1-A Verse: Kajiri Kamui Kagura Name: Hajun (Title), Māra (His true name) Gender: Hajun mitologi Age: Unknown Classification: Hadou God, Sixth Heaven, God of Dai Yokukai Tengu-Dou Special Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 1, 3, 4 and 10), Law Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Reality Warping, Conceptual Manipulation, Causality Manipulation, Space-Time Manipulation, Regeneration (True-Godly), Information Manipulation, Probability Manipulation, Nonexistence Manipulation, Acausality, Teleportation, Telepathy, Telekinesis, Light Manipulation, Darkness Manipulation, Matter Manipulation, Gravity Manipulation, Abstract Existence, Non-Corporeal, Cosmic Awareness, Nigh-Omniscience, Nigh-Omnipresence (Full Omnipresence when in his hajun mitologi territory) Destructive Ability: Metaverse Level (At full power, Hajun is the most powerful character in the entire Masadaverse.

Effortlessly killed Reinhard, Marie, and Mercurius, and would have killed Ren as well had he even paid attention to the latter's existence. He has a Taikyoku value listed as "Immeasurable" that is constantly rising, whereas even Tenma Yato only has a Taikyoku value of 100; the latter god at his peaked power compared himself to Hajun like that of a human to a god.

Were his Muryou Taisuu were to be achieved at full power, it would have destroyed everyone and everything in existence, including the Throne itself, leaving only himself in the end) - Metaverse Level (Despite being weakened from having infinite souls clinging to him due to his status as the Throne God, he is still immensely powerful that not even the combined might of the Gudou Gods could defeat him directly.

The Depth of Singularity is tied to the Throne Holder's strength, and Tenma Yato, even after eight thousand years, couldn't reach the Throne. Defeated Shiori, Soujirou, Yakou, and Ryuusui by using the shades of the Hadou Gods.

These shades hold but a mere fraction of the original Hadou power. As the strongest God, dethroning him with power only is impossible) - Metaverse Level (Without the Tumor, Hajun is a normal Hadou God and is vastly weakened, but is still immensely powerful for Marie, Reinhard, Mercurius, and Ren to defeat; even having taken down the former three with him to death at the end of their battle) Speed: Nigh-Omnipresent normally, Omnipresent in his own territory Lifting Ability: Irrelevant - Irrelevant - Irrelevant Striking Ability: Multiversal+ to Metaversal - Multiversal+ to Metaversal - Multiversal+ to Metaversal Durability: Metaverse Level (Completely tanked everything Reinhard, Mercurius and Ren threw at him, only considering it "mere noise") - Metaverse Level (Was unscratched by the attacks of Soujirou Mibu and Shiori Kujou.

As the strongest God, dethroning him through power only is impossible, as the Eastern Team could only win against him due to specific requirements such as the existence of Habaki, who due to his nature, was the only one who could extract the Tumor and turn Hajun into a normal Hadou God). Attacking Hajun would only lead to him getting stronger as it removes the souls clinging to him.

- Metaverse Level (Despite being weakened after having the Tumor removed from him, it still took everything from Reinhard, Marie, Mercurius and Ren to finish him) Stamina: Limitless Range: Metaversal - Metaversal - Metaversal Intelligence: Sees the world through his own Taikyoku, making him Nigh-Omniscient, and also knows the capabilities of all Hadou Gods whose Laws were recorded within the Throne (Though he cannot use them properly due to how his Law conflicts with theirs).

However, Hajun is insane, extremely self-centered and arrogant, and generally cannot focus on anything other than himself. Weaknesses: • Hajun is immensely arrogant and overconfident. • After becoming a Throne God, he has extremely poor control over the Laws of other Hadou Gods due to the nature of his own, and absorbing large quantities of souls will noticeably weaken Hajun rather than boost his power like all the other previous Hadou Gods.

• Removing his "Tumor" (A separate being that subconsciously feeds Hajun power) will weaken him immensely. Temporally freezing the throne can halt Hajun's Law from being completed, as this was the case with Tenma Yato.

Versions: With Tumor - Throne God - Without Tumor Other Attributes Notable Attacks/Techniques: • Throne Record: As the God who occupies the Throne, Hajun has the ability to use previous Hadou Gods Laws which have been recorded on the Throne.

These shades, while capable of replicating the original Hadou Law, holds but a mere fraction of the original one power due to Hajun nature. As of now, the Laws that Hajun has used were: • Tendou Hisouten: This is the Law of Nerose, the Universe of mathematical formula and rationality, akin to a machine. Born from his desire to "rescue this sinful world", cleansing everyone from their original sin.

During the fight again the Eastern Expedition Team, the shade of Satanel used his Law in two ways: • Gogmagog: Ability that punishes those who indulge in their desires by being devoured by it. Summoning hordes of locusts appearing like a sand sea. An embodiment of surfeit starvation springing out from hajun mitologi their targets, endlessly pursuing their victims until nothing is left.

As the Mathematical God applies the Law of "Zero", this ability is quite effective against enemies dealing with possibility as even Shiori and her infinite possibilities were being consumed. • Pillar of Salt: Calls in the light that punishes the sinners, changing them into pillars of salts.

Even a moment before the activation, this ability caused the Gudou Gods to have their skin layer broken apart and turned into flour. • Shurado Shikoten: Backside of Fourth Heaven's World. This is the Universe of eternal struggle, a world where everyone is immortal and fight for eternity. Sukhavati of man-eating fiends, born from the Golden Beast desire "To love all at his full power". In the final battle against Hajun, it is manifested in the form of: • Du Sollst - Dies Irae: Originally the ability to lead the dead, it has changed into a technique that centers on injecting the spear with a legion of Shura due to Hajun's Gudou nature.

• Eigou Kaiki: Toxicity, Torus, Principle of Recurrence. Denying growth or advancement. World of Eternal Spin. The universe of Stage, born from Mercurius desire to "To experience the unknown", "Dying in Marie's embrace" and "Any other end is unacceptable".

Aria of Uncertainty. Law transcending time axis, rumbling of Caduceus causing the universe to leap. During the final struggle against Hajun, Mercurius has shown the ability to use: • Disce Liben: Dark Heavenly Body. Black Hole that threatens its enemies. A manifestation of Mercurius divine authority and as such can only be countered by having equal sanctity and knowing the ending point of his Law (Marie's embrace). • Mugen: God of Eternal Moment.

A Universe of Suspension halting Time and all of creation, not allowing any form of change. Born from Ren Fuji desire "I want to enjoy hajun mitologi moment forever". When used by Hajun, it was powerful enough to freeze Rindou with her Longinus and Habaki • Rinne Tensei: Law of Reincarnation, born from the Goddess of Twilight desire to "love and hajun mitologi all".

Hajun mitologi where everyone life is full of happiness, respecting human freedom, embracing all without discrimination. When used by Hajun, this shadow has shown the ability to use: • Curse of Guillotine: Curse of Marie. Bringing forth the blade of decapitation, severing the head of its targets from their bodies. • Metsujin Messo: A minor manifestation of Hajun’s Law. Although Metsujin Messo’s appearance is unknown, it is extremely powerful as it was able to destroy Marie and her Law in a single blow.

After the death of Yato, Hajun could finally enact his law and fill all of creation with it. World of self-love and narcissism. All living beings, from humans to animals and insects kill each other until nothing is left. And as the concept of an afterlife doesn't exist in Hajun's Law, souls don't reincarnate but rather are erased, striking down the world until nothing is left.

• Manji Mandara - Muryou Taisuu: The manifestation of Hajun’s Law, being of a mixture of both Gudou and Hadou; his desire being "In spite of everything, I want to be alone", and "Everything else dies, leave only myself".

While its function is simple when compared to the Laws of the other Hadou Gods, it is by far the most deadly. If it were ever activated, all of existence would be annihilated aside from Hajun himself, allowing him to be left alone for all of eternity. Extra Info: Hajun is considered to have too many large weaknesses to be reliably placed at High 2-A to High 1-A, despite his vast superiority to other Hadou gods.

Others Notable Victories: Notable Losses: Inconclusive Matches:
Contents • 1 Personality • 2 Abilities • 2.1 Tendo Hisouten • 2.2 Shurado Shikoten • 2.3 Eigou Kaiki • 2.4 Mugen • 2.5 Rinne Tensei • 2.6 Metsujin Messo (滅盡滅相) • 2.7 Manji Mandala - Muryou Taisuu (卍曼荼羅・無量大数) • 3 Trivia • 4 References Personality He is a narcissistic individual that loathes all things, and thus wishes with all his heart to be alone. This wish manifests into his Law.

"I want to be alone. My hajun mitologi is mine alone." [1] He sees the entire Universe as being his own body, his own interior World. Thus all those within it are invasive bodies, constant irritants. Like insects buzzing through the air. He doesn't understand how others find purpose and joy in their relationships to others. Finding such an ideal worthy of mockery.

He views himself as being like unto a God [2], which, while technically correct, is but a product of his Narcissism. Abilities As a Hadou God and a Throne God he has the ability to paint over all creation with his Law, and he transcends All of Creation, including any and all extensions of the undimensioned, transcendent Singularity.

With even the infinitude of the Singularity being like mere fiction comparative to his being. His power is unmatched in all of Shinza bansho, for to even a God of 1 Taikyoku the Throne is nothing more than a tool and Creation but a canvas in which to paint their Law; but he stands head and shoulders above all of them, reaching an Immeasurable Taikyoku, one that transcends the concept of a numerical value to discern to it.

hajun mitologi Tenma Yato stated that compared to Hajun he is but a normal human, for the transcendence was so great that the difference between Yato's Taikyoku of 100 and the bounded, material existence of humans, is negligible, nigh-nonexistent. He has the ability to use the powers of past Hadou Gods through the Memory of the Throne, albeit to a lesser extent due to his complete and utter disrespect for their Gods, considering their mere Records "Shit staining his body".

His Law is the Great Greedy Tengu (大欲界天狗道 Romanji: Dai yokukai tengu michi) Tendo Hisouten The Law of Nerose, the God of the Sombre Heaven. Universe of mathematical formulae and rationality, akin to a machine.

Born from his desire to "rescue this sinful world", cleansing everyone from their original sin. Unlike all of the other Memories he calls upon during the fight again the Eastern Expedition Team, the shade of Satanel is used his Law in two ways: Gogmagog: Punishes those who indulge in their desires by the creation of a swarm of infinite locusts, which pursue their target until nothing remains of them.

Pillar of Salt: Summons a powerful light that turns anyone and anything it touches into a salt, with this transmutation being more akin to the overwriting of reality, and can effect even Gods. Shurado Shikoten The Law of Reinhard, a Universe of Eternal Struggle, world where everyone is immortal and fight for eternity. Sukhavati of man-eating fiends, born from the Golden Beast's desire "To love hajun mitologi at his full power". In the final battle against Hajun, it is manifested in the form of: Du Sollst - Dies Irae: Originally a power to​​​​​​ control the dead, it is changed into the ​Injecting a Spear with the legion of Shura, and throwing it at the target due to Hajun's Gudou nature.

An extraordinarily powerful strike that can erase his foes from existence. Eigou Kaiki The Law of Mercurius, the God of Eternal Reccurence. Disce Libens: The creation of a black hole which devours and destroys all of creation, and is even capable of destroying the Throne itself.

It is impossible to avoid unless one is of greater power, or knows the ultimate endpoint of Mercurius' Law, his desired end. This makes it into an attack of absolute death, bringing all things to their absolute end. Thus this is one of the most powerful skills in his repertoire. Mugen The Law of Ren Fuji, the God of the Eternal Moment. It is capable of stopping time for its targets to a point that transcends the mere concept of time.

Being more akin to the imposition of the Law of Stagnation. When it was used by Hajun it was powerful enough to freeze both Rindou with her Longinus and Habaki in their tracks. Rinne Tensei The Law of Marie, the God of Twilight Reincarnation; The Law of Reincarnation, born from the Goddess of Twilight's desire to "love and embrace all". Universe where everyone life is full of happiness, respecting humanity freedom, embracing all without discrimination.

When used by Hajun, this shadow has shown the ability to use: Curse of Guillotine: Severs the head of the enemy with a blade of decapitation. A Curse of Absolute Death, falling like a Guillotine upon all those who oppose its God. Metsujin Messo (滅盡滅相) Metsujin Messo or Extravagant Destruction is a partial manifestation of Hajun's Law, fills all hajun mitologi. Causing all beings to begin to fight amongst themselves. Killing each other until nothing remains. Turning them into bloodthirsty Śṛgālaḥ.

Though even this is halted by Tenma Yato. Due to this it only acts to make people extraordinarily hajun mitologi, eliminating the concept of altruistic love in it's hajun mitologi. With it he was able to destroy Marie and her Law in a single blow.

Manji Mandala - Muryou Taisuu (卍曼荼羅・無量大数) « —Om— Abokya Beiroshano Makabodara Mani Handoma Jinbara Harabaritaya Un. Vajra Thathuvan. Naumaku Sanmanda Bodanan Abila Unken Sowaka! Tenchi Genmyo, Shinbe Hen Tsurikiji: Manji Mandala— Muryou Taisuu! [4] » ( Hajun activating his Taikyoku) The Full manifestation of Hajun's Law, a manifestation of his desires, his desires being "In spite of everything, I want to be alone", and "Everything else dies, leave only myself".

It erases all of existence, apart from Hajun himself. A combination of both his Hadou and Hajun mitologi Natures. If it were ever activated, all of existence would be annihilated aside from Hajun himself, allowing him to be left alone for all of eternity. « —Om— Praise be to the flawless, all-pervasive illumination of hajun mitologi great Mudra.

Turn over to me the jewel, lotus and radiant light. Earth, Fire, Water, and Wind, are ubiquitously emptied from Vajradhatu Realm Homage to all the Buddhas, O' All Pervading One. So be it! Mysterious Heaven and Earth, Mysterious Power of Separation and Change: Manji Mandala— Muryou Taisuu! » ( Hajun activating his Taikyoku (English)) Trivia His title of Demon of the Sixth Heaven or 第六天波旬 ( Dairokuten Hajun) is made up of 第六天 which is the Sixth Hajun mitologi, the Realm of Desire in Buddhism.

波旬 ( Hajun) is a killer demon or a demon who strives to destroy all goodness. This is actually a being in Buddhist Lore, who was also known as Māra and Pāpīyas Śṛgālaḥ is the Sanskrit Word for Jackals, the singular is Śṛgāla. It can also translate to "Cheat", "Coward", or "An Ill-Natured or Harsh-Speaking Man". The First Line of his Taikyoku is quoting from the Mantra of Light orKomyo Shingon (光明真言).

Which roughly translates to: Praise be to the flawless, all-pervasive illumination of the great Mudra. Turn over to me the jewel, lotus and radiant light. He also quotes the Shaka Nyorai, a Mantra dedicated towards Sakyamuni. Nomaku hajun mitologi bodanan baku Homage to All the Buddhas!

Baku! Along with the Dainichi Nyorai, a Mantra dedicated towards Vairocana. On abiraunken basara datoban Om~ All-Pervading One; Imperishable One References Shinza Banshou characters Pre-Throne Era Starfleet Aditya: Mithra Varuna hajun mitologi Alina • Sakra • Savitr • Vivasan Avesta of Black and White Yazata: Magsarion • Quinn • Ferdows • Samrukh • Alma • Sirius • Zurvān • Nahid • Varhrān Twelve Princes: Roxanne Demon Kings: Khvarenah • Nadale • Bhavan • Frederica • Mashyana • Kaikhosru • Aka Manah Sawtooth: Munsarāt • Elnaz • Farangis • Shirin Locusts: Zaurid • Taurvid Princesses: Nadia • Dragon Jewel Princess Star Spirits: Spenta Mainyu • Ameretat • Haurvatat • Vohu Manah • Zahnak Ashavan: Layley • Kuin • Insesuto • Ashozushta Paradise Lost Main characters: Lyle • Lilliel hajun mitologi Carmine Onyx • Ennis Cardinal • Known Christ • Sophia Christ Illuminati: Sigma Weisshaupt • Vera Cross • Zeno • Nerose Satanel • Astaroth • Lilith Altmarin • Judas Strife Infinite Snake: Azlan Weisshaupt • Geese Clemens • Desert Grave • Gordes • Shambles • Zulu • Doctor Demons: Belial • Beelzebub • Lucifer • Yaldabaoth Other: Mortalia Samael Third Heaven Shamash: Gammorah: Lament • Rasalhague Dies Irae Main characters: Ren Fuji • Marie • Shirou Yusa • Rea Himuro • Kasumi Ayase • Eri Honjo Longinus Dreizehn Orden: Wilhelm Ehrenburg • Reinhard Heydrich • Mercurius • Michael Wittmann • Eleonore von Wittenburg • Wolfgang Schreiber • Rot Spinne • Valerian Trifa • Rusulka Shwagerin • Liza Brenner • Kei Sakurai • Tubal Cain Longinus Dreizehn Orden (Former): Rei Sakurai • Musashi Sakurai • Beatrice Kirscheisen • Kai Sakurai • Issak Heydrich The Holy Church: Ludwig von Rosenkranz • Alfred Der Vogelweide • Kirisaki Kyouka • Volker Barring • Irene Cartwright Song to the Witch: Marilyn Monroe • Adolf Eichmann Interview with Kaziklu Bey: Claudia Jerusalem • Dianah Malloy Wolfsrudle: Wilhelm Canaris • Walter Schellenburg • Otto Wegener Others: Helga Ehrenburg • Johann Heydrich • Kouzou Ayase • Erina Honjo • Keichirou Honjou • Lotus Reichhart Anima Entelecheia Twilight Order of Knights: Samsara Vartin: Svaha • Sahasrara • Ohm Kamiji Kamui Kagura Eastern Expedition: Habaki Hajun mitologi • Rindou Koga • Soujirou Mibu • Shiori Kujou • Keishiro Kyougetsu • Sakuya Kyougetsu • Yakou Madara • Ryuusui Mikado Rokujou Clan: Rokujou Shikigami: Teirei • Nanji-ko Yatsukahagi: Tenma Yato • Tenma Sukana • Tenma Ootake • Tenma Morei • Tenma Numahime • Tenma Momiji • Tenma Akuro • Tenma Tokoyo • Tamami Tenma Throne: Hajun • Tumor Dies Irae: Pantheon Main characters: Protagonist • Koha • Hirume • Tsukuyomi — Hajun's last words to Buddha in Path of Light Hajun is the legendary berserker of the Hajun mitologi and the Demon Lord of the Sixth Heaven (第六天魔王, Dairoku Tenmaō).

Previously the God of Misfortune, Zerofuku, Hajun appeared when Zerofuku was devoured by two dragons, taking his place in the sixth round of Ragnarok. Contents • 1 Appearance hajun mitologi 2 Personality • 3 Abilities • 3.1 Physical Abilities • 3.2 Fighting Abilities • 3.3 Supernatural Abilities • 4 Techniques • 5 Equipment • 6 Quotes • 7 Trivia • 8 References • 9 Navigation Appearance [ ] Hajun is very hajun mitologi and demonic in appearance, having an extremely tall and muscular physique with long licac hair, deep black eyes with similarly white pupils, black tattoo lines on his face, two gigantic red buffalo-shaped horns protruding from each side of his head, muscles and several spike-like seemingly bones protruding from his forearms and his shoulders.

Similar to Zerofuku, he has a prominent hole marking on the left side his chest but it spreads to his neck and abdomen. Hajun wears a giant patterned loincloth similar to the mawashi. Seed of Hajun Personality [ ] Despite his demonic appearance, Hajun is shown to be quite calm, relaxed and eager, being humble yet confident about his power, and the abilities of others as shown when he was surprised after Buddha blocked his first attack.

After managing to slash out Buddha's eye, he showed a more unexpected side of him, which is his sadism and arrogance, making fun hajun mitologi Buddha once his attack landed. Hajun is very arrogant, often calling himself the most supreme being. He also appears to have a habit of saying "Divine Retribution". At the end of the fight, Hajun showed a desire to surpass his older self, who was weak, and feared challenging someone who didn't fear him back and looked down upon.

Abilities [ ] Overall Abilities: Hajun is probably the most powerful demon in existence. He can destroy stones just with his shock waves. He was even able to destroy half of Helheim and almost defeated Buddha.

His strength was so enormous that at some point, his own body could not contain his immense power, breaking down and killing him in the process. Physical Abilities [ ] Demonic Strength: Hajun is strong enough to easily compete with other Supreme Gods, such as Buddha. He is strong enough to rip off his own left arm and he can shatter stones with just the shockwaves from his attacks. Demonic Speed & Reflexes: Hajun possesses immense speed and reflexes, Göll stated that his speed was insane.

He was able to dodge and block most of Buddha's attacks, which were moving at blinding speeds. Demonic Durability: Hajun is extremely resilient. The weapons made out of his own body have been shown to be quite durable, being capable of competing with and surpassing Divine Weapons. Hajun can also harden certain parts of his body, such as his arm, in order to block attacks more effectively.

Demonic Endurance & Stamina: Hajun possesses immense endurance and stamina. He was capable of amputating his own arm without showing any signs of pain. In the past, he once destroyed half of Helheim, hajun mitologi feat that likely took days and perhaps even years in order to hajun mitologi realized, requiring enormous amounts of stamina in order to be performed. Even after being bisected by Buddha, Hajun was still able to stay conscious and make one last attack before dying.

Fighting Abilities [ ] Expert Combatant: Hajun is a very talented combatant. He is capable of competing with Buddha and defeat many demons in the Underworld. His fighting style is very unusual, using a great variety of weapons, made from his own flesh. He is also a very skilled swordsman and can easily hajun mitologi and block most attacks, despite his huge frame. Supernatural Abilities [ ] Biokinesis: Similar to Zerofuku, Hajun possesses the ability to manipulate his own body and flesh with extreme precision.

He can manipulate his blood and turn it into a gigantic loincloth, even shaping it to have various colors and patterns. When in combat, Hajun can shape his limbs into a variety of melee weapons, including: a great sword [1], a scythe, a whip sword, and an axe. He hajun mitologi displayed the ability to harden certain parts of his body, such as his arm.

However, this ability is not powerful enough to completely block some attacks, such as Buddha's Karma-Destroying Samsara Cycle: Eternal, since this technique was capable of wounding him.

[2] [3] Black Soul: Hajun' soul is covered by a veil of darkness, making him immune to Buddha's Pure Enlightenment Eighth Consciousness .

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However, if his soul starts to tremble with fear the veil of darkness will be unable to cover the light of his hajun mitologi, allowing Buddha to predict his movements. Techniques [ ] Heaven Piercing Demon Drill (魔廻天衝, Makai Tenshō): [4] Hajun englarges his entire right arm and creates an elongated whip-like sword from it and twists his forearm continuously to then release to create a massive black drill that's bigger than his body, he then launches it full force at his enemy.

This attack was so powerful that it pierced a hole through Buddha's Ahimsa shield and slashed off his left eye. Blaze of Glory (㶤, Arataka): [5] Hajun amputates his own left arm. He then transforms his arm into a greater sword and swings it downward with his immense strength. The attack is powerful enough to overpower Buddha's Karma-Destroying Samsara Cycle technique and shattered his scythe. After that, Hajun was also able to completely destroy Buddha's Six Realms Staff with his blade.

Equipment [ ] Sword Arm: A greater sword made from Hajun's amputated left arm. It is powerful enough to destroy Divine Weapons. Quotes [ ] • (To Buddha) " Divine retribution cometh." [6] • (To Buddha) " Aww, too bad!" [7] • (To Buddha) " Giving divine retribution to insects like you as you squirm, trying to fight back against such a supreme being as I.feels so unbelievably refreshing!" [8] • (To Buddha) " I am.the Demon Lord of the Sixth Heaven.Hajun." [9] • (To himself) " How is he not afraid?!

How is he not pleading for his life?! How.how can he smile? How.how.how can he still stand against me?" [10] • (To Hajun mitologi " I.I am.Demon Lord.of the Sixth Heaven." [11] Trivia [ ] • In Buddhism, Hajun was the demon lord who tried to stop Buddha from reaching enlightenment. References [ ] • ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 50 (Page 19). • ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 50 (Page 28-29). • ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 50 (Page 31-33).

• ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 50 (Page 33). • ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 52 (Page 23). • ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 49 (Page 27). • ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter hajun mitologi (Page 38). • ↑ Shuumatsu hajun mitologi Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 51 (Page 36). • ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 52 (Page 20). • ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 53 (Page 5).

• ↑ Shuumatsu no Valkyrie Manga: Chapter 53 (Page 35).

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Powers and Stats Tier: High 1-A- 0 Name: Hajun Origin: Kajiri Kamui Kagura Gender: Male Age: Unknown Classification: Hadou God, Sixth Heaven, God of Dai Yokukai Tengu-Dou Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 1, 3, 4 and 8), Soul Manipulation, Reality Warping, Conceptual Manipulation, Causality Manipulation, Space-Time Manipulation, Regeneration (High-Godly), Information Manipulation, Probability Manipulation, Nonexistence Manipulation, Acausality, Light Manipulation, Darkness Manipulation, Matter Manipulation, Gravity Manipulation, Abstract, Non-Corporeal, Enhanced Senses-Cosmic Awareness, Nigh-Omniscience, Nigh Omnipresence (Full Omnipresence hajun mitologi in his own hajun mitologi Attack Potency: High Outerverse Level+ (At full power, Hajun is the most powerful character in the entire Masadaverse.

Killed Reinhard, Marie and Mercurius with absolute ease, and would have killed Ren as well if he had even payed attention to Ren's existence. He has as a Taikyoku value of infinity that is constantly rising, whereas even Tenma Yato only has a Taikyoku value of 100) - High Outerverse level+ (Without his tumor, Hajun is just a regular Hadou God) Speed: Nigh-Omnipresent normally, Omnipresent in his own territory Lifting Strength: Irrelevant Striking Strength: High Hyperversal+ Durability: High Hyperverse level+ (Tanked everything Reinhard, Mercurius and Ren threw at him, only considering it "mere noise") Stamina: Limitless Range: High Hyperversal+ Standard Equipment: None Intelligence: Sees the world through his own Taikyoku, making him Nigh-Omniscient, also knows the capabilities of all Hadou Gods whose Laws were recorded within the Throne (though he cannot use them properly due to how his Law conflicts with theirs).

However, Hajun is insane, extremely self-centered and arrogant, and generally cannot focus on hajun mitologi other than himself Weaknesses: Hajun is immensely arrogant and overconfident, he has extremely poor control over the Laws of other Hadou Gods due to the nature of his own, absorbing large quantities of souls will weaken him instead of strengthening him, and removing/destroying his "Tumor" (a separate being that subconsciously feeds Hajun power) will hajun mitologi him immensely.

Temporally freezing the Throne can halt Hajun's Law from being completed. Notable Attacks/Techniques: Taikyoku / Taiji (Emanation) - the beginning of all things great (initial) margin, higher principle, the beginning of all beginnings (the concept of covering all potential entities, including space and time, to release the forces of yin and yang).

All who have reached the Emanation stage have Taikyoku. This is the emanation of the spirit which goes beyond the logical framework, representing a cosmic law which repaints the reality anew, in accordance with the desire of the user, bypassing any obstacles because Taikyoku is primary in relation to any form of existence, revealing a primary essence. "The Creator Himself accomplishes everything, and everything that happens in it - it's just his actions." • Atman - Atman is the eternal, unchanging spiritual essence, which determines the strength of the spiritual power of the user, and thus regulates his Taikyoku.

Only from this indicator the power of the essence is determined, as the scale of their abilities regardless of their effects. Atman, in principle, cannot be adequately captured by the verbal knowledge and logic, it does not work on the principle that the more complex and powerful in terms of logic might be stronger in reality.

• Transcendence - beings who reached Taikyoku are transcendent in relation to any form of existence. Whether it be the manipulation of information, space, or time, they control everything as one in itself, regardless of its complexity. Their limits are only defined by even more powerful Taikyoku users who utterly dwarf them. • Paramount - Taikyoku is the origin of all things and phenomena, so, regardless of the impact created in (tangible, intangible, spiritual, mental, logical, verbal hajun mitologi, nothing can affect them, and no one can not resist to their influence; to oppose the law, it is required to possess an equivalent concept that allows one to enter the playing field as a Taikyoku user.

• Universe - everyone who has reached Atziluth is a walking universe; atoms, spirits, planets, stars, the concept of existence, and non-existence of all this is encompassed by the divine reality of the Hadou god / Gudou god / Legionnaire.

A drop of their blood weighs as much as the heavenly bodies. The very size thus does not depend on the physical dimensionsand someone with a more powerful Atman will actually be spiritually much "deeper and longer", and so the universe can become physically larger to an arbitrary (any) number of times. • Kamunagra - Taikyoku's Projection. Something like Stand. It embodies the nature of the God, but inside it is a different universe. • Hadou God - the state of hajun mitologi Royal Path, the spirit that tends to be in a constant, unlimited expansion; no matter how great or small the world is, the Hadou will flood the whole thing.

Because of this, before the Fifth Heaven, two Hadou deities could not co-exist, as they would devour one another until only one them is left alive. • Dai Roku Ten (Brahman / 6th Heaven) - A Hadou deity that came to the Throne is the "soul of the world", a fundamental principle of all things hajun mitologi phenomena. All the space, all beings, all souls, all that exists / does not exist in the world is inside his body.

Dai Yon Ten was the one who rewrote the Throne of the Third Heaven's system. The God of the Throne is beyond time and space, for all sectors of the world.

Needless to say, the ordinary beings cannot perceive it. Inside his world, he can manifest as a sensory or avatar. Dai Yokukai Tengu-Dou - Hajun's desire goes beyond even special wishes. He is the strongest and the only Hadou God with a strong Gudou core. Thus, it is impossible to beat his Taikyoku, as it grows without any restrictions.

His abilities are limitless and cannot be transcended, while being not initially absolute. Hajun's possibilities have no limit, it can only be described as a "Strength". Hajun is eternal, and he can easily surpass anynthing in the universe, where it has an ultra-high density and frequency. His pride, his unwavering confidence that "I am the absolute because it's me" allows him to ignore even the strongest desire. • Metsujin Messo: A minor manifestation of Hajun’s Law.

Metsujin Messo’s appearance is unknown, but it is hajun mitologi powerful, being able to kill the Hadou God Marie in a single blow. • Manji Mandala - Muryou Taisuu: The manifestation of Hajun’s Law, “I want to be alone”.

While its function is simple when compared to the Laws of the other Hadou Gods, it is by far the most deadly. If it were ever activated, all of existence would be annihilated aside from Hajun himself, allowing him to be left alone for all of eternity. • Throne Record - All Hadou laws are imprinted in the Throne, where Hajun can use them, albeit in a weakened form.

Solipsism Mandala - Universe of Hajun, the infinite territory in which Hadou and Gudou gods coexist, as well as everything else. The world in which the story of Kajiri Kamui Kagura takes place. "Everyone loves only himself" - this is the law of this world.

The ideology of Hajun, that he distributed throughout nature. In a world where all suffer from narcissistic personality disorder, one person thinks he is God himself. This is the law of all values and theories, be it good or bad. "I enjoy myself in any form." Any association, from the family to the state, can only exist because everyone is able to spare a minimum for interactions with other people, the municipality and the country and the work of the legal system, it depends on this, but all it does for society itself.

Some actions may at first seem altruistic, but it is pursued for selfish purposes. For example, a man who died in defense of their love. The woman will say "This person was a great", but her true intention are "Wow, I am crying because he is dead." All who live in this world are willing to elevate himself in their own eyes. Because of this, the number of Gudou Gods appearing is enormous. Shinto and Buddhism and religion and morals in general do not exist and there hajun mitologi no concept of Hell and Paradise (the Holy Land).

People do not even know the concept of the soul. After all, it is natural to think: if I live now, then before that I did not die (there is no past life) - people are not afraid even of death to the fullest. Therefore, lover or parents can even sacrifice their safety for the sake of others to amuse their self-esteem. From the moment of the universe control Metsujin Messo strive for Annihilation, this universe become the biggest serial slaughter.

When the law is completed, with the idea of "everything which exist in this hajun mitologi dies, leaving only myself", he begins to spread his desire all over the world - everyone starts with no reason to kill each other, regardless of love or affinity, including insects, animals, humans, and even atoms.

Chant —Om— Abokya Beiroshano Makabodara Mani Handoma Jinbara Harabaritaya Un. Vajra Thathuvan. Naumaku Sanmanda Bodanan Abila Unken Sowaka! Tenchi Genmyo, Shinbe Hen Tsurikiji: Manji Mandala— Muryou Taisuu! Key: with Tumor - without Tumor Others Notable Victories: Notable Losses: Inconclusive Matches: Gallery
Hajun [[ -270px]] Biographical Homeworld Outerverse Born The Throne ( Outerverse ) Died The Throne Titles & Aliases Full Name Kanji Rōmaji Current Alias Hajun Aliases God of Dai Yokukai Tengu-Dou Editorial Names - Affiliation & Political Status Relatives Zûtadasi ( Brother ) Affiliation Himself Military Rank Specialty Battle(s) Base of Operation His own Throne.

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Status Status Deceased? Identity Secret/Mythical Citizenship None Sexuality None Marital Status Single Occupation Hadou God Education Nigh-Omniscient Characteristics Species Hadou God Age Gender Agender, seen as Male Height hajun mitologi Weight None Eye Color Black and white Fur Color Hair Color Golde Unusual Features Skinny Sacred Gear Kekkei Genkai Kekkei Tōta Kekkei Mōra Origin Origin The Throne Universe Outerverse Place of Birth Creators First Appearance hajun mitologi Source The Hajun is the Hadou God which imposes the law of self-love and Narcissism and Hatred towards others, thanks to his Desire: hajun mitologi spite of everything, I want to be alone", and "Everything else dies, leave only myself".

He is the Brother of Zûtadasi, the Hadou God of curses. In his time, the Hajun, known as Kizûtai, he used his brother Zûtadasi as a form of power, creating the Tumor, and thus, when the One-Above-All, also known as Dzani Nia, has left the Throne Room, and thus, Kizûtai, using his Tumor, got on the Highest Throne, Killing ever Hadou God, with the Exception of Ren and Marie, but the Latter dies due to the activation of Kizûtai's Law, but Marie Resisted, and warned the Godou Gods about Kizûtai's rise to the Highest Throne.

Kizûtai's law would then corrupt the minds of the Tenma, Also known as the Crimson Lotus Order. The Godou Gods are forced to make their way past them, but then find out that one of the Tenma's, their leader, Tenma Yato, was using his own Law in order to stop Hajun's Law from completing. But in order to advance, the Godou Gods had to kill the Leader of the Tenma, and steal the Tumor From Kizûtai by using Yakou's powers. They use the Tumor In the Sword of Dawn in order to power it, and so, reach the Throne, where they are greeted by Kizûtai, And so, Habaki would then defeat the Hadou God, and using the true Law of the Tumor, used the Sword in order to Heal all of creation, reviving the Dead Hadou Gods, the Tenma's, and his Brothers and Sisters.Contents • 1 Personality • 2 Story • 2.1 Before Kajiri Kamui Kagura • 2.2 Kajiri Kamui Kagura • 3 Dies Irae Pantheon • 4 Powers & Abilities • 4.1 The Tumor • 4.2 Taikyoku • 4.3 Dai Yokukai Tengudou • 4.4 Manji Mandala - Muryou Taisuu • 4.5 Tengan • 4.6 Record of the Throne • 4.6.1 Tendou Hisouten • 4.6.1.1 Gogmagog • 4.6.1.2 Pillar of Salt • 4.6.2 ShuradoShikoten • 4.6.2.1 Du Sollst - Dies Irae • 4.6.3 Eigou Kaiki • 4.6.3.1 Disce Liben • 4.6.4 Mugen • 4.6.5 Rinne Tensei • 4.6.5.1 Guillotine Curse • 5 Trivia • 6 Gallery Personality He is a narcissistic individual that loathes all things, and thus wishes with all his heart to be alone.

This wish manifests into his destructive Law. "I want to be alone. My body is mine alone." He sees the entire Universe as being his own body, his own interior World. Thus all those within it are invasive bodies, constant irritants.

Like insects buzzing through the air. He doesn't understand how others find purpose and joy in their relationships to others, finding such an ideal worthy of hajun mitologi. He views himself as being like unto a God, which, while technically correct, hajun mitologi nothing but a product of his narcissism. Story Before Kajiri Kamui Kagura Over 8000 years ago, during the era of the Fifth Heaven, the Samsara Vartin cult decided to try to supplant it with a new god. Purchasing a boy that did not react to outside stimuli, they gave this boy the divine title Hajun before mummifying him while he was still alive and burying him within a five-fold mausoleum that didn't allow a sliver of light to penetrate it.

But Hajun's soul was far hajun mitologi powerful than the cult realized. The world or its sensations did not matter to him and he only sought the feeling of solitude.

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But the phantom sensation of the twin brother he absorbed in his mother's womb, simply known as the Tumor, continued to irritate him. Thus this embodiment of self-love and narcissism began to lash out as his soul ascended to godhood. Mistaking the feeling of his twin brother's remnants for the touch of the Fifth Heaven, he forcibly seized the Throne and slaughtered Marie, Reinhard and Mercurius before any of them could react, sparing only Ren (but that was only because he was too absorbed in his narcissism to even acknowledge Ren's existence).

From then on he continuously attempted to enact his Law to achieve total isolation, with his efforts only being halted by Ren's, now known as Tenma Yato's, law. Kajiri Kamui Kagura 8000 years later, Hajun's influence was still felt across Ashihara no Nakatsukuni, especially its western half, Shinshuu, where people still lived.

Affected by Hajun's law, the people only cared for themselves. Despite this, the Eastern Expedition was assembled for the purpose of taking down the Yatsukahagi, unknowing of their true purpose or Hajun. Yakou Madara would be hijacked by Hajun and turned into a Sensory, being granted a Heavenly eye and his own Taikyoku, only to have them hajun mitologi away by Hajun after his fight, and death, against Tenma Ootake. Once Tenma Yato is killed, Hajun's law resumed. Nakanoin Reizen, being a man who embodied the Way of the Tengu, became Hajun's Sensory and devoted himself to the new Heaven, leading to hajun mitologi fight between him and Habaki.

As Reizen starts to lose, Hajun calls him trash and casts him aside as well, ultimately cementing Reizen's death. The Eastern Expedition would then confront Hajun, who would attempt to kill them with the laws of the previous gods. Overcoming those, and through the crack made by Sakuya Kyougetsu and Keishirou Kyougetsu, the Tumor was extracted out of his body. In a final showdown between the hajun mitologi god and Habaki, Hajun, who cannot withstand a slightest crack is ultimately defeated once and for all.

Dies Irae Pantheon Hajun, along with the other Hajun mitologi Gods are resurrected by Naraka for a mysterious purpose. During the meeting of Gods, he and The Remorseless almost break out a fight, if not for Ren to intervene. Using his powerful Tengan, he is the only God who can grasps the shape of Naraka entities.

Powers & Abilities Due to his simple and intense Craving without contradiction, he became so powerful that any other gods such as Reinhard or Mercurius means nothing to him. He is known for using mostly his raw power and does not rely on any special technique or ability. His craving to be alone and his desire to destroy all creation gave birth to the one and only Transcendence-type Hegemony God. Due to his Transcendence nature, his power does not dwindled despite souls in his universe perished.

The Tumor Hajun possesses a tumor in the form of his deceased twin brother's consciousness. While Hajun's only desire is to be alone, the tumor's existence makes that impossible and while he has phantom sensations due to the tumor's presence, his own ego makes hajun mitologi unable to identify and eliminate it.

This causes his desire for solitude to constantly grow stronger and stronger in an attempt to erase sensations he cannot identify, allowing his hajun mitologi to increase infinitely. Taikyoku Dai Yokukai Tengudou Hajun's Taikyoku, when complete will cause all beings to be consumed by narcissism and begin to massacre each other on the multiversal scale. Since there's no afterlife or a regulation of souls, the multiverse will keep on shrinking.

Everything should have perished in mere days if not for Tenma Yato stopping time in Edo, decreasing its effect, rendering people to only be selfish and immoral. Manji Mandala - Muryou Taisuu Full release of Hajun's power. A light of destrcution that embodies the Sixth Heaven's desire for all extinction that can destroy existence.

Tengan Hajun's Heavenly Eye capable of observing future possibilities and recognizing higher planes of existence. His insight is the best of all the Gods, being able to grasp the shape of Naraka. Even so, Hajun who only is interested in himself sees no use to this ability and even considers it a hurdle. Record of the Throne 1/6 As the God who occupies the Throne, Hajun can use previous Hegemony Gods Laws which have been recorded in the Throne.

These shades, while capable of replicating the original Hegemony Law, holds but a mere fraction of the original power due to his complete and utter disrespect for their Gods, considering their mere Records "Shit staining his body". Tendou Hisouten The Morningstar. A universe of mathematical formula and rationality, akin to a machine. Born from his desire to "rescue this sinful world", cleansing everyone from their original sin.

During the fight again the Eastern Expedition Team, the shade of Satanael used his Law in two ways: Gogmagog Ability that punishes those who indulge in their desires by being devoured by it. Summoning hordes of locusts appearing like a sand sea. Embodiment of hajun mitologi starvation springing out from inside their targets, endlessly pursuing their victims until nothing is left.

As the Mathematical God applies the Law of "Zero", this ability is quite effective against enemies dealing with possibility as even Shiori and her infinite possibilities were being consumed. Pillar of Salt Calls in the light that punishes the sinners, changing them into pillars of salts.

Even a moment before the activation, this ability caused the Gudou Gods to have their skin hajun mitologi broken apart and turned into flour. ShuradoShikoten The Golden Beast. A universe of eternal struggle, world where everyone is immortal and fight for eternity. Sukhavati of man-eating fiends, born from the Golden Beast's desire "To love all at his full power".

In the final battle against Hajun, it is manifested in the form of: Du Sollst - Dies Irae Originally the ability to lead the dead, it has changed into a technique that centers around injecting the spear with legion of Shura due to Hajun's Gudou nature. Eigou Kaiki The Mercurial Snake. Denying growth or advancement. World of Eternal Recurrence. Law transcending time axis, rumbling of Caduceus causing the universe to leap. During the final struggle against Hajun, Mercurius has shown the ability to use: Disce Liben Dark Heavenly Body.

Black Hole that threatens its enemies. A manifestation of Mercurius' divine authority and as such, can only countered by having equal sanctity and knowing the ending point of his Law (Marie's embrace). Mugen The Eternal Moment. A universe of Suspension who halts time of all the creation, not allowing any form of change. Born from Ren Fuji's desire "I want to enjoy this moment forever". When used by Hajun, it was powerful enough to freeze Rindou with her Longinus and Habaki.

Rinne Tensei The Twilight, born from the desire to "love and embrace all". A universe where everyone life is hajun mitologi of happiness, respecting humanity freedom, embracing all without discrimination. When used by Hajun, this shadow has shown the ability to use: Guillotine Curse Marie's curse. Bringing forth the blade of decapitation, severing the head of its targets from their bodies. Trivia • In Buddhism, the names Mara, Hajun, and Papiyas all refer to the demon who tempted Buddha hajun mitologi who tries to keep all souls from achieving enlightenment Gallery

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