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Chinese Deities
Feng Shui Legends aims to provide you information on the stories and myth surrounding some of the most famous Feng Shui remedies existing. From the famed Kuan Kung the God of War to the lesser known Chung Kwei the Guardian of Harmony, learn about their impact in history which has led to today's Feng Shui application. Chinese Deities covered include: Kwan Yin, Fuk Luk Sau, Cai Shen, Ji Gong, the Laughing Buddha, Eight Immortals, Ma Zhu and many mo...Read Chinese Deities in Full
 
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Ma Zhu: Goddess of Journey
Matsu or Mazhu (literally 'Mother-Ancestor'), mortal name Lin Moniang, is the Taoist goddess of the Sea (an later known as Goddess of Journey, be it in life or travels) who protects fishermen and sailors. She is extremely popular among the Taiwanese, Fujianese, Cantonese, and Vietnamese people, who have cultures strongly linked to the sea. The Matsu Islands are named after her. There are about 800 to 1000 Taiwanese temples dedicated wholly, or us...Ma Zhu in Full
  Hotei: Laughing Buddha
Hotei or Bu-Dai is better known in the English-speaking world as the obese Laughing Buddha. In China, he is dubbed the Loving or Friendly One. He has become incorporated into Buddhist & Shinto culture and is based on an eccentric Chinese Chan monk. His image graces many temples, restaurants, and amulets. Hotei has become a deity of contentment and abundance. Hotei also persists in Japanese folklore as one of the Seven Lucky Gods (Shichi Fukujin)...Laughing Buddha in Full


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