Eobshin - Goddess of wealth and storage. - Korean Goddess. Eobshin is a Goddess of wealth and storage.
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Eobshin - Goddess of wealth and storage. - Korean Goddess

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Eobshin - Goddess of wealth and storage.

Eobshin is a Goddess of wealth and storage. She is one of the deities that protect the house. She usually appears in animal form as a snake.

--~Attributes and Correspondences~--

Area of Influence:
Wealth, Storage, Protection, House

Korean

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Snakes, Weasels

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Korean - Gods and Goddesses

NameTitleType

Eobshin

Goddess of wealth and storage.

Goddess

Munshin

God of Doors.

God

Nulgubjishin

God of grain

God

Sosamshin

Goddess of cowbirth

Goddess

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  • The Witches Goddess - Janet and Stewart Farrar
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