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Chinese Demons

Chinese Demons  

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Demons or gui, are prevalent in the Chinese mythological world. Gui also refers to the secondary soul that is separated from the higher soul (hun) at death. The superior soul becomes spirit (shen), ...
Chinese Emperors

Chinese Emperors  

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The stories of the ancient rulers of China are part of a mythology created by scholars at the end of the last millennium bce. The myth of the three Huang, or the August Ones, and the Di (see Di), the ...
Chinese mythology

Chinese mythology  

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Chinese mythology, as it has developed over the ages, is a mixture of history, legend, and myth. This is most clearly seen in the mythology of the early emperors (see Chinese Emperors and Chinese ...
Huangdi

Huangdi  

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Huangdi (Guandi) usually refers to the famous Yellow Emperor of ancient China who fought against the monstrous Chiyou. But Huangdi is the title for Chinese emperors in general. Huangdi was ...

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