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Ji Gong: Compassionate Nature
While cultivating in the Buddha's teaching, Daoji acquired magical powers. Since many people noticed his compassionate nature, many started thinking of him as an incarnate of a bodhisattva, or as a reincarnate of an arhat. When Daoji passed away at the Jing Ci monastery on the 14th day of 5th Lunar month (17 June 1207), Syncretic Taoism adopted him as a deity. Not long after that, even Buddhism began to respect him, and added him into the list of...Ji Gong in Full
  Pi Xiu
It is the ninth offspring of the dragon. Covered with whitish-grey fur, Pixiu has the head of a Chinese dragon, but is commonly depicted with only one antler. Ancient Chinese depictions of Pixiu show the male with the single antler, and the female with two antlers. As with the Chinese Phoenix, the common image today is a representation of a single sex. Pixiu craves for the smell of money and it likes to bring his master money in his mouth. Statue...Pi Xiu in Full



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