Ishi Kore Dome No Kami

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Ishi Kori Dome is an androgynous or transgender deity of the Shinto religion of Japan. Ishi Kori Dome creates the exquisite mirror which lures the sun goddess Amaterasu out of her cave and returns light to the world. Due to this achievement, Ishi Kori Dome is worshipped by makers of mirrors and stonecutters.[1]

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  1. ^ Queer Myth, Symbol & Spirit by David Hatfield Sparks, Mariya Sparks, and Randy Luncunas Conner, published by Cassell in 1997