• Ancient Gods
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By Crusader1307

A Traditional Buddhist (Tibetan) Deity, ''Vaisravana'' was a ''Creation God'' (one of four). He was accepted as such in some Sects of The Religion in China, Korea and Japan as well. The Deity has a ''Yellow Face'' (a color of The Gods), and carries an umbrella-like device called a ''Chatra''. These were carried by Ancient Rulers in The Far East as a symbol of Kingship. In ''charge'' of all ''Nature Spirits'' and Entities therein, Vaisravana maintains The North (in relation to the natural direction of The Compass Point). This is as the other 3 Gods who control the opposite directions of ''South, West and East''. He is also seen as Protector against Greed and Evil.