Queen Mother of the West, the Taoist goddess who rules over the western paradise. Head of a pantheon of goddesses and female immortals, in her garden, she grows the peaches of immortality for feasts. She is described as having a leopard tail, tiger teeth, a spool-like headdress, sitting on K'un-lun mountain by a sacred tree preparing the elixir of immortality and being accompanied  by the jade hare, the three-legged bird, the toad, the nine-tailed fox, and in some accounts, an armed guard.

Queen Mother of the West, the Taoist goddess who rules over the western paradise. Head of a pantheon of goddesses and female immortals, in her garden, she grows the peaches of immortality for feasts. She is described as having a leopard tail, tiger teeth, a spool-like headdress, sitting on K'un-lun mountain by a sacred tree preparing the elixir of immortality and being accompanied by the jade hare, the three-legged bird, the toad, the nine-tailed fox, and in some accounts, an armed guard.

A bronze sculpture of the the Sanxingdui Tree of Immortality: it is three in Chinese mythology that produces the peaches of immortality.

A bronze sculpture of the the Sanxingdui Tree of Immortality: it is three in Chinese mythology that produces the peaches of immortality.

「日本には酒井抱一とゆー男...」記事の画像

「日本には酒井抱一とゆー男...」記事の画像

The Chinese tree of life. In Chinese mythology, a carving of a Tree of Life depicts a phoenix and a dragon; the dragon often represents immortality. A Taoist story tells of a tree that produces a peach every three thousand years. The one who eats the fruit receives immortality.

The Chinese tree of life. In Chinese mythology, a carving of a Tree of Life depicts a phoenix and a dragon; the dragon often represents immortality. A Taoist story tells of a tree that produces a peach every three thousand years. The one who eats the fruit receives immortality.

梵天-bonten- (brahman) One pillar of the heavens part which is a Buddhistic guardian deity. 東寺(toji)

梵天-bonten- (brahman) One pillar of the heavens part which is a Buddhistic guardian deity. 東寺(toji)

Zheng- Chinese myth: a five tailed, red leopard with one horn on its head. It lived in the mountains.

Zheng- Chinese myth: a five tailed, red leopard with one horn on its head. It lived in the mountains.

Egyptian God Horus. Also share s the same bday as Jesus also born of a virgin as well as many other similarities attributed to Jesus. One of many in fact to perpetuate the same Jesus story

Egyptian God Horus. Also share s the same bday as Jesus also born of a virgin as well as many other similarities attributed to Jesus. One of many in fact to perpetuate the same Jesus story

Hsi Wang Mu - Chinese Goddess of immortality and eternal life; She is the personification of the female energy of yin.

Hsi Wang Mu - Chinese Goddess of immortality and eternal life; She is the personification of the female energy of yin.

<禽獣図会 鳳凰 麒麟 : KINJUZUE HOUOH KIRIN> PHOENIX AND CHINESE UNICORN  KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA 1798-1861 Last of Edo Period

<禽獣図会 鳳凰 麒麟 : KINJUZUE HOUOH KIRIN> PHOENIX AND CHINESE UNICORN KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA 1798-1861 Last of Edo Period

Head of an Attendant Bodhisattva Period: Northern Qi dynasty (550–577) ca. 565–75 China

Head of an Attendant Bodhisattva Period: Northern Qi dynasty (550–577) ca. 565–75 China

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