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sacred 5 of China.

William Edgar Geil

sacred 5 of China.

by William Edgar Geil

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Published by John Murray in London .
Written in English


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Published in the US () as The Frère Jacques Missal, Sacred Story Press is honored to reissue this classic with updated layout, text and new saints as My Sacred Story Missal. It is considered a classic in the annuals of children’s Mass books both for the sophistication of its theology and the exceptional art of Léopold Marboeuf (). Tradition holds that during the first rainy-season retreat after the Buddha’s death, in BCE., of Buddha’s disciples gathered at Rajagriha (present-day Rajgir, in Bihar) – - to agree the contents of the Dhamma and Vinaya and orally collected all of the Buddha’s teachings into 3 sets, or “three baskets” (Tripitaka; Pali, Tipiṭaka): Ānanda recited the Suttas, the monk.

Book Description Describing sacred waters and their associated traditions in over thirty countries and across multiple time periods, this book identifies patterns in panhuman hydrolatry. Supplying life’s most basic daily need, freshwater sources were likely the earliest sacred sites, and the first protected and contested resource. East Sacred - East Sacred is a 5-star accommodation within 6 km of Tiananmen Square. Dry cleaning service, concierge service and room service as well as a safety deposit box, a lift and a .

Sacred China - City palaces, mountain temples & desert grottoes. A unique itinerary that takes in many of China’s most remarkable religious sites, from ancient temples in Beijing to the sacred mountains of Wutaishan. Visit the Mogao Caves, the most fascinating repository of Buddhist art in China. As Sacred Books that have thus had their origin in a man, there were those two of China, which sprung from Confucius and Lao-tse; the Buddhist, which sprung from Sakya-muni, or Buddha; and the New.


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Tan coloured boards lettered in black on upper front board and spine. A turtle with a numbered shell device stamped in black on front board. Belief in the symbolic properties of numbers, particularly the number five, is deep-rooted in Chinese culture. In this book, which combines travel, history, myth, and mysticism, Geil uses the symbolism of the number five to unravel the early history of one of China's most famous sites -- Tai Shan, the sacred mountain of China.

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