askgreatmotherammy

askgreatmotherammy  asked:

I... Look... So.... /Ravishing/! What celestial conditioner do you use for that luscious hair??

Thank you so much! I do like to keep my hair looking wonderful, and my conditioner of choice is nothing short of honey! Keeps me looking fresh and fine, not to mention you can eat it!

Just ignore old grumpy in the background. He’s sad he doesn’t look this amazing. Or maybe angry. It’s hard to tell with him. 

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Just remember that you will come out strong, no matter what the outcome may be. Only you can make the path to your happiness once more. So live on, dear friend, find those things that make you happy, no matter how small they can be.

The smallest little bits of happiness are all part of something great, you know.

(( OOC: Blegh, talk about coming back with an awful start. I’m really sorry for the quality of this one, as I can’t seem to get into the grip of inspiration right now.
You have to know that I’m not the quickest answerer. I have to think of something witty and fun with every single one, since I do not want to give you a bunch of low quality posts because you all deserve better than that.

But besides the point, I have had a pretty rough summer and I’m still nervous over a few family issues. I started this blog because people’s happiness gives me happiness when I’m trying to get my spirits up, and it has kept me on a good note. I wish you luck to all of you who follow me!

I’ll try to get back to some really good quality posts as the school year starts! ))

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I feel that Yumigami does not receive proper credit for being the deity of the moon.

Our relationship as the sun and the moon give us a bit of a friendly rivalry. In some cases the moon goes between the Earth and my light, causing a shadow to appear on the mortal lands known as the eclipse. It’s her own little prank… However, it led humans to panic a long, long time ago when the sun was shadowed for only a few… seconds.

But Yumigami was once the guardian deity to a land veiled in mystery. The tribe gave praise and offerings to the gorgeous light of the moon… But it was but one day that the tribe turned away from Yumigami and shrouded themselves on the other side of the moon.

Then all traces of that tribe disappeared. 

Yumigami remains sorrowful over the day that her people turned to the shadows.
Waka remains silent.

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What in the Heavens is THAT?!
From what I’ve seen, I’ve just been reduced to some damsel who’s only goal is to find a male romantic partner!!

Those ghastly eyes… The revealing kimono… Why do I bear giant dumplings on my bosom like a priestess I met long ago??! My lady-loving Celestial Envoy, bless his heart, only portrayed me as the benevolent sun… And even he would be disgusted by this nonsense!

I do not wish to see more! I fear for the other “offerings” brings bad luck to even myself!

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Chibiterasu was created through pure faith from the living and formed with godly power. His birth was only possible when my power was restored alongside the Celestial Plain.

In a shorter note, I do not have, nor need, reproductive organs.

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As another reincarnation of the sun god, this technically is not my “true” form. That is to be kept from a mortal’s gaze.

Alas, I do have the form of a maiden, as what the spirit saw during my restoration journey in Nippon. A human appearance is what the gods take when they are in their home on the Celestial Plain; a body that differs from their animal state that we must take while in the land of men.

This is only a vision that I am showing you, since you are a mortal. I would only wonder on how you would invade my haven up above.

The Shiranui, Amaterasu, and Oshihomimi Factor

OOC: Hey there everyone! It’s time for me to explain some headcanons pertaining to this blog.

Why am I going to type this all out in an essay like fashion instead of answering asks about them? Well, these headcanons are not the easiest to put into a story that Amaterasu will tell on her own. Plus, it would be very complicated to draw and would require several posts to explain the matter.

So without further hesitation, what’s the deal with Shiranui, Amaterasu, and Oshihomimi (Chibiterasu) anyway?

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