Pi Kan

Chinese - A 12th C. Mortal deified as Ts'ai Shen, a god of wealth. When, as a mortal, he criticised the emperor, he was killed and his heart was cut out. In some accounts, the emperor wished to discover whether the heart of a sage has seven holes in it. Also identified as Pi Kan, Chao Kung-ming, Chao Kung-ming, Ts'ai Shen or Ts'ai Shen (Yeh).

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