K'un Lun

Chinese - The sacred mountain of the West. This mountain, the Taoist paradise where all the inhabitants were immortal, was at the centre of the earth and was over 4,000 miles high, providing a route from earth to heaven. It was regarded as the source of the winds, the Yellow River and the Ju Shui and as the home of the Lord of the Sky and Ho-Po, Count of the River. In some references, referred to as K'un Lun, Kuen Luen, Kuen Luen, Kunlun, Kunlun, Kwen Lun, Kwen Lun, sacred mountains, sacred mountains, Everest, Ishadhara Loi Hsao Mong, Majaw, Myimmo Taung, Shide, Shringa Pum Chapultepec, Cohuacom, Colinia, Iztac Ciuatl, Nonoalco, Popocatepetl, Chiu-hua, Ishadhara, Kalantur, Kuantun, Kuang-hsieh, SongShan, T'ai Shan, Wu Yüeh Nissa, Ompha-el, Horselberg Cithaeron, Ida, Lycaeus, Lycorea, Nisa, Olympus, Orthrys, Oure, Parnassus, Pelion, Rhodospe, Tithorea, Ararat, Carmel, Ebal, Gerizim, Moriah, Nebu, Olivet, Sinai, Tabor, Zion Fujiyama, Kirishima, Takachiho Mandara, Mara, Passe-vare Nane Waiyah, Nunne Chaha Demavand Sumbur Chimborazo Suro Phra Men Himavan Ida Paria, Indian Mount Meru or Indian Mount Meru.

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