Thread: Nanoha - Q&A
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Old 2009-02-09, 12:45   Link #1071
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Originally Posted by krisslanza View Post
I'm not sure what that means Sheba.
Japanese don't have a really strict definition of "god" as ancient greeks, mesopotamians or judeo-chistians does. Just for the reminder, their term is "kami". But "kami" is not only used for gods as we know them (Susano-o or Amaterasu), but it is also used for things like springs, trees, or ancestors. I am pretty sure that Caro have called Voltaire a deity with the definition of "kami" in mind. That was what the big wolves and boars in Princess Mononoke are.
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