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Having lost their minds, these transformed women roam the streets at night with large sacks hoping to replace what was stolen from them while they were still human. However, unlike the gods, ame onna are not benevolent. Mothers who have their babies snatched away in this manner are sometimes known to transform into ame onna themselves out of grief and despair. This is really good! They sneak into houses where crying children can be heard, and steal them away from their homes into the night. While the rain they bring may save villages from drought, they have another purpose in mind. I’m such a loser and sucker for Mythology lol:

Dusty 1 day ago. This is really good! Read our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to get more information and learn how to set up your preferences. Though the rains they bring might save a village in drought or bring fortune to farmers, ame onna have another purpose in mind: This website saves cookies to your browser in order to improve your online experience and show you personalized content. If they should find a child born that night, they snatch it and carry it off into the darkness, spiriting it away to turn it into another ame onna. They often appear as depraved haggish women soaked with rainwater. However, unlike the gods, ame onna are not benevolent.

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Having lost their minds, these transformed women roam the streets at night with large sacks hoping to replace what was stolen from them while they were still human.

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However, unlike the gods, ame onna are not benevolent. When wandering villages on rainy nights, they search for newborn children. Though the rains they bring might save a village in drought or bring fortune to farmers, ame onna have another purpose in mind: If they happen to come across a baby born that night, they snatch it, carrying it off into the darkness so they can turn it into another Ame-Onna. Mother’s who have their children stolen by Ame-Onnas usually turn into one themselves out of grief and despair, they wander the streets at night with a sack hoping to replace what was stolen from them when they were alive.

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Taffy [Read Bio] Author. More from Taffy [Read Bio]. Mothers who have their babies snatched away in this manner are sometimes known to transform into ame onna themselves out of grief and despair.

Read 15 more replies. I will steal your children: Legend has it that somehow, some of these rain-bringing goddesses became corrupted and gradually evolved into evil yokai, abandoning their divinity to live among mortals and prey upon them.

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They summon rain wherever they go, and are often blamed for kidnapping and spiriting children away. If they should find a child born that night, they snatch it and carry it off into the darkness, spiriting it away to turn it into another ame onna.

They often appear as depraved haggish women soaked with rainwater. The first ame onna go back to the ancient folk religions of Japan and China, where the ame-lnna were said to be brought by benevolent gods and goddesses who live as clouds by morning and as rain by night, forever traveling between heaven and earth. They sneak into houses where crying children can be heard, and steal them away from their homes into the yiukai.

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I’m such a loser and sucker for Mythology lol: They appear as depraved, haggish women, soaked with rainwater, often licking the rain off of their hands and arms like wild animals.

Featured post mystery amee-onna While the rain they bring may save villages from drought, they have another purpose in mind. Ame onna are a class of yokai that appear on rainy days and nights. This website saves cookies to your browser in order to improve your online experience and show you personalized content. Ame onna are related to minor rain deities.

Read our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to get more information and learn how to set up your preferences. FolkloreChallenge Well at least I can say I tried;.

Dusty 1 day ago. This is really good!