Shinto, (pro: Shin-do)
There are no such thing as Shinto gods, (half true) the term "gods" is our western understanding of deities.
People that believe in Shinto believe in Kami which are spirits
Kami appear as spirits that govern nature and other aspects of the living world, every aspect of life has its own Kami, rivers, trees, earth.. etc etc
There are over 8000 Shinto deities, and are all in some way related to "Amaterasu" the goddess of the sun, either by a family bond, created by or simply one of many different forms of Amaterasu herself,in some cases its a mix of all three a concept that is hard for alot of westeners to come to grips with.
the names of the three main gods are: Brahman, Shiva and Vishnu
Shrine Shinto< yo Shinto< my Shinto
This is the meaning of Shinto.
Shinto followers worship several gods.
brahma shiva vishnu are the 3 main gods they worship
In Shinto belief, there are 8 millions of "gods" in Japan. Gods are everywhere.
Shinto means "way of the gods". Basically is to respect forces of nature, and to worship the ancestors.
Shinto priests celebrate all of thir gods birthdays
Shinto means the way of the gods
It is the way of the Gods.
Shinto means "the way of the gods" in english.
Athena and Hermes are the only main gods in the Odyssey.
Shinto means 'Way of the Gods'. It is the traditional and ancient religion of Japan, without a founder
Shinto, or the kami? Be more specific!
They go to the shrines of there gods and worship them.
The "Kami" in Shintoism is the God or gods.
they believe in nature gods and ancestors
Through prayer and good deeds.
Shinto is an Anglicized version of the Chinese term "shin tao". The term translates as "the way of the gods."
The Shinto religion has many Gods. They are called Kami. The sun goddess is known as Amaterasu-o-mi-kami who was born from Izanagi and Izanami the Gods who formed the island of Japan.
Tamio Tobe has written: 'Yaoyorozu no kamigami' -- subject(s): Gods, Shinto, Japanese Mythology, Mythology, Japanese, Religious life and customs, Shinto Gods
The Shinto kami include beings that cannot sensibly be called 'gods' or 'goddesses' in English, along with beings that can. In addition, the deities of Japan are not all Shinto; many are Buddhist.
There are two main branches. Secretarian Shinto (which sub divides into 13 more branches) and State Shinto Religion.
In Wicca there is one main goddess, and one god. They don't have specific names, but some Wiccans also worship the Greek goddesses and gods.
In Shinto, there are millions of gods; mostly nature spirits. Buddha is worshipped as a god, too.