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Latest revision as of 21:36, 22 June 2018

Raijin is the Japanese thunder god. In Chinese Buddhism, a legend states that Fujin and Raijin were both originally evil demons who opposed Buddha. They were captured in battle with Buddha's army of heaven, and have worked as gods since then.

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See Special:Whatlinkshere/Etymology:Raijin for a list of articles using this term.

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