Ti Chün

Chinese - God of the eastern sky. Husband of Heng Hsi and Hsi Ho. He was the father, by Hsi Ho, of the ten suns which one day appeared in the sky all together, instead of one per day. The heat was so unbearable that the archer I shot down nine of the suns, each of which fell to the earth in the form of a crow with three legs. He also had ten sons by Heng Hsi who were moons. Also known as Ti Chün, Lord of Heaven, Lord of Heaven, Shang Ti or Sirma Thakur.

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