knittingknots (knittingknots) wrote,

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Kitsune are mischievous spirits or even minor deities of japanese lore. They can take almost any form they want, especially human form, and usually use this to their advantage or amusement. Their natural form is that of a fox - in fact, Kitsune means "fox" in japanese. While it is their nature to be tricksters, they are also inherently wise and are often consulted for their wisdom. Kitsune are renowned as good teachers, guardians, guides and even lovers, and some people worship them. In traditional japanese (and chinese) witchcraft, fox spirits are a very common familiar.

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