Wen Wang

Chinese - Father of Fa and Po I-kao. He was originally the prince, Hsi Po, and received the title of Wen Wang, Literary King, after his death. At one stage of his life, he was thrown into prison by the emperor, Chou Wang, and was forced to eat pies made from pieces of the body of his own son, Po I-kao. During this period he compiled the I Ching. Occasionally known as Wen Wang, Literary King, Literary King, Wen Wang, Wen Fang, Wen Fang or Wen Wang.
Chinese - A general. When his men brought him the infant Lei Jen Tsu, he handed him to a hermit who reared him. Later, when Wen Wang was taken prisoner, Lei Jen Tsu repaid the general's kindness by turning himself into a dragon and rescuing him. At times, known as Wen Wang, Literary King, Literary King, Wen Wang, Wen Fang, Wen Fang or Wen Wang.

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