T'ai Shan

Chinese - A sacred mountain, one of the Five. Holy Mountains known as Wu Yüeh. This site is regarded as the starting point of the sun-chariot's journey or, some say, is the site of the underworld. On occassion, called T'ai Shan, Lao-tzu, Lao-tzu, Lao Chün, Lao Tan, Lao Tun, Li Erh, Old Master, Laocius, The Old Master, The Old Philosopher, (c 600-517 ), Shou-he, Mount T'ai, Mount T'ai, T'ai Shan, Niang Niang, Niang Niang, T'ai Shan, 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, K'un Lun, Kuantun, Kuang-hsieh, SongShan, 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 or Nunne Chaha Demavand Sumbur Chimborazo Suro Phra Men Himavan Ida Paria.
Chinese - A goddess of the mountain T'ai Shan. The lady of the whirlwind. Daughter of Tung Hai. Wife of Hsi Hai. Sometimes identified as T'ai Shan, Lao-tzu, Lao-tzu, Lao Chün, Lao Tan, Lao Tun, Li Erh, Old Master, Laocius, The Old Master, The Old Philosopher, (c 600-517 ), Shou-he, Mount T'ai, Mount T'ai, T'ai Shan, Niang Niang, Niang Niang, T'ai Shan, 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, K'un Lun, Kuantun, Kuang-hsieh, SongShan, 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 or Nunne Chaha Demavand Sumbur Chimborazo Suro Phra Men Himavan Ida Paria.
Chinese - The third Taoist god, controller of earth. An emanation of Yü Huang. He is regarded as the deity in charge of the celestial Ministry of the Five Sacred Mountains, Wu Yüeh, and acts as a guide of souls. In some lore, occasionally referred to as T'ai Shan, Lao-tzu, Lao-tzu, Lao Chün, Lao Tan, Lao Tun, Li Erh, Old Master, Laocius, The Old Master, The Old Philosopher, (c 600-517 ), Shou-he, Mount T'ai, Mount T'ai, T'ai Shan, Niang Niang, Niang Niang, T'ai Shan, 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, K'un Lun, Kuantun, Kuang-hsieh, SongShan, 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 or Nunne Chaha Demavand Sumbur Chimborazo Suro Phra Men Himavan Ida Paria.

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