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Chen Jinggu was a shaman who lived in the 8th Century in the Min district of Fujian Province, China. She has become the focus of a spirit medium cult which is also practiced in Taiwan. A tradition of female shaman healers evolved on Mt. Lu 庐山 Mount Lu is a magic mountain. “Access to it was by means of a magic boat at the end of a shamanic journey.”(16)

Queen Mother (Wangmu)

yao/gui – demon sexual vampires

http://chinesegods.wikispaces.com/Hsi+Wang-Mu+%28Queen+Mother+Wang%29

Sacred Mountains-Dragon-Tiger Mountain

http://www.sacred-texts.com/cfu/spc/spc09.htm

http://www.chinauniquetour.com/arts.asp?id=1582

Rites of the Northern Dipper

http://www.onmarkproductions.com/html/28-moon-stations.html           The 28 Moon Lodges or 28 Lunar Mansions (as they are often called in English) are divided into four clusters, with each cluster made up of seven constellations

http://onmarkproductions.com/Buddha-Statues/

http://moromoro.jp/morosiki/resources/200112EBTI/        Shigeki Moro, Association for Computerization of Buddhist Texts

Brigitte Baptandier, The Lady of Linshui: A Chinese Female Cult, trans. Kristin Ingrid Fryklund (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008

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