Chinese god

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Wikiwand - Zhong Kui

Zhong Kui is a Taoist deity in Chinese mythology, traditionally regarded as a vanquisher of ghosts and evil beings. He is depicted as a large man with a big black beard, bulging eyes, and a wrathful expression. Zhong Kui is able to command 80,000 demons to do his bidding and is often associated with the five bats of fortune. Worship and iconography of Zhong Kui later spread to other East Asian countries, and he can also be found in the folklores and mythologies of Korea, Japan, and Vietnam.

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This is a character from Chinese antiquity about (2000 BC) used for God, one of their oldest words. What i find interesting is  that the literal translation of these symbols break down to, The highest put man in the garden! strange to me since China is no longer Christian. God Chinese Symbol, God In Chinese Tattoo, God In Chinese Symbol, Chinese God Tattoo, God Chinese Tattoo, Chinese Names, Asian Languages, Chinese Gods, Japanese Tattoo Words

God Chinese Symbol

This is a character from Chinese antiquity about (2000 BC) used for God, one of their oldest words. What i find interesting is that the literal translation of these symbols break down to, The highest put man in the garden! strange to me since China is no longer Christian.

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