Издирени и записани чудновати истории

Издирени и записани чудновати истории❰Reading❯ ➼ Издирени и записани чудновати истории Author Gan Bao – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Отдавна имах желание да подбера и запиша чудноватите странните и неповторимите събития и неща които са се сл Отдавна имах желание да подбера и записани чудновати PDF/EPUB æ запиша чудноватите странните и неповторимите събития и неща които са се случвали в древността и които още стават днес Искаше ми се да събера на едно място разпилените по многобройните книги истории и забравените случки в изгубените свитъци та да са наедно сякаш свързани в един наниз Разпитвах навсякъде където съм ходил и всеки който съм срещал ако знае що годе нещо Издирени и MOBI :¼ Събирах ги като откъснати листове с недовършени редовеГан Бао. 233 In Search of the Supernatural Gan Bao Mythology 351Barack2019082020200625 Inherit strange power chaos God Sou Shen Ji about to become a book in the Eastern Jin Dynasty The original Sou Shen Ji has been scattered and it has been added to the series by the descendants of this series It has 20 volumes and a total of 454 stories The protagonist has ghosts monsters and immortals mixed with Buddhism and Taoism Most of the records are gods and weird things and some of them belong to folklore It is hailed as the originator of Chinese strange and strange novels Gan Bao was born in Xincai now Xincai County Henan Province in about 282 and died in 351 Served as historian Sani Chang attendant and other positions He is a writer and historian in the Eastern Jin Dynasty Representative works Sou Shen Ji and so on Part of the catalog1 Volume One11 Shennong Whip Herbs12 Rain Master Red Pine Nuts13 Chi Jiangzi yú2 Volume Two21 Shouguang Hougui22 Fan Ying put out the fire23 Xu Deng and Zhao Ying bǐng3 Volume Three31 Zhong Liyi repaired the Confucian Temple32 Duan Yi yì Letter of Brief Seal33 Zang Zhongying encounters strange The strange stories recorded in Sou Shen Ji can be roughly divided into the following categories1 The strange things about the magical magicians and their supernatural powers before the Jin Dynasty;2 The bizarre deeds of sorcerers and warlocks in subduing ghosts and demons and communicating between people and ghosts in the Han and Jin Dynasties3 In the Han and Jin Dynasties the scholars of Tongyi and Shan Bu Jing sh ì were able to predict good and bad luck and dispel the charm of the house;4 Spiritual stories related to the gods of the stars and mountains;5 Folk Yin Temple since the Han Dynasty;6 All kinds of evildoers and weird things from the Xia Dynasty to the Three Kingdoms period are intermixed with the explanation of the latitude ch èn;7 Various anecdotes related to Fu Rui's catastrophe;8 Matters related to the rise and fall of successive dynasties;9 Stories related to Ruiying's disaster;10 Related to dream analysis and divination;11 A benevolent and righteous person a filial son and a virtuous wife with outstanding talents and sincerity;12 All kinds of strange stories that happen due to the change of vitality;13 A strange and spiritual product;14 Push original myths induced myths etc;15 A legend who can cross the boundaries of life and death and can come back to life;16 Stories that arise from ghosts;17 Some interesting stories between people and various spirits;18 It expresses the mentality of human beings to drive monsters uickly;19 Reduce monsters and eliminate monsters;20 Karma story; Pu Songling’s Strange Stories from a Lonely Studio is obviously influenced by Sou Shen Ji but the former contains stories with complete plots while the latter's stories are often too short and concise lack sufficient details and foreshadowing and have storytelling low I often think that if you use the geographical specialties in the Shan Hai Jing as the framework the fairy and monsters in the Sou Shen Ji as the clues supplemented by the magnificent story structure and the delicate writing style you should be able to write with a strong An emperor masterpiece with oriental colors Writers don’t need to dig out their minds and make things out of nothing As long as they extract one or two essences from the vast ocean of ancient books there is no shortage of sources of inspiration Whether there are immortals in the world this uestion is difficult to answer because we are currently unable to accurately define these existences Some are regarded as ancient phenomena related spirits has been part of scientific explanation; but there are still a lot we do not have to know the truth partly because left written records too abstract and distortion on the one hand but also because of our nature Too little understanding I think that no matter how technology develops humans cannot exhaust the truth of nature So as long as there are blind spots in human cognition our imagination worship fear and aversion to these supernatural images will not be eliminated I think the Confucian attitude towards such things is desirable Respect ghosts and gods and stay away and sacrifice as if they are and sacrifice as gods I am not with sacrifices as if not We don't easily deny or follow blindly to things we don't understand; we have a fear of the unknown Neither profanity nor flattery If you have to participate in such activities then you should be the same from the inside to the outside sincerely initiate from the heart and show it on the outside Shennong uses ochre whip and all kinds of grasses knows its toxic cold and warm nature and the stench of the smell To sow hundreds of grains so the world is called Shennong There is a call tree Wildfox authors to Shennong died chaos as a primer tells a concerning tale of Immortals These myths and legends have distinct characteristics of Chinese culture Its charm is actually no less than that of Western knights and magic If readers are interested in Eastern myths and legends authors are willing to use this as a world view to create I believe that certainly there will be a lot of excellent works to emerge It is a pity that we have Baoshan but failed to explore well The red pine son the rain teacher of Shennong Take ice and jade powder to teach Shennong Can enter the fire but not burn To Kunlun Mountain often enter the stone room of the ueen Mother of the West Follow the wind and rain The girl of the Yan Emperor chased it and got the immortal Go At the height of Gaoxin I became a rain teacher and a tourist Today’s rain teacher was Yan From a few words one can also vaguely see the social relationship between the gods Although he is a god he is eually human There is love and there is ambiguity Whether God created man is still inconclusive But it is clear that man created God with himself as a model Ning Fengzi he was also from the time of the Yellow Emperor The legend is Tao Zheng the Yellow Emperor If there are foreigners who pass by they will be fired Five color smoke can be produced For a long time the seal will be taught The seal will burn by itself and follow the smoke Up and down Regarding its ashes it still has its bones The people of the time were buried in the mountains of Ningbei So it is called the Ning Fengzi In order to seek truth he set fire to himself To this day some people probably believe that death is not the end but the beginning Think of death as a way to cast aside the flesh and get rid of the shackles ? The point is that we can't prove his success Peng Zu the doctor of Yin Shi The last name is ian the first is Keng The grandson of Emperor Zhuanxu the eldest son of Lu Zhong From the summer to the end of the Shang Dynasty he is 700 years old He often eats Guizhi There is a fairy room of Peng Zu in Liyang Previous life said Please pray for the wind and rain and don't hesitate to respond There are often two tigers around the temple Today there are two tiger traces on the ground The story of Peng Zu's longevity has a long history Is there really a human being who can live for 700 years? What is the limit of human life span? Assuming that without relying on biotechnology to replace the deteriorating parts of the human body can people really survive for centuries under natural conditions? Cui Wenzi is also from Taishan Xuexian Yu Prince iao Zi iao turned into Bai Ni while holding medicine and Wenzi Wen Zi was surprised citing Ge to strike Ni Zhong because of falling into his medicine Look down at him The footsteps of Prince iao Put it in the room and cover it with a basket After a while it turns into a big bird Open and look at it and fly away Do the various changes in the myth really exist? They Are Just magic a kind of cover up it? Still it's just that these Taoisms have been lost so later generations are surprised Imagine if all modern science and technology in the future are lost When people in the future read today's records will they also regard telephones airplanes and atomic bombs as myths and legends? 我認為這本書的確是一本非常特別及有趣的神怪小說。這本名著所記述的奇異神怪故事不僅非常精彩、奇特,而且每一篇故事也說明著深刻的道理,引起共鳴。其中我最欣賞的篇章是《董永與織女》,這個故事是關於一個名叫董永的人很孝順、善良,因此得到織女下凡相助,帶出我們做人應該孝敬父母和心底善良,以及好心得好報的道理。 Ok Ini bukan buku yang kusarankan untuk dibaca Tapi kalau kau sudah terlanjur punya buku ini buku ini tidak aku sarankan untuk kau buang Pada dasarnya buku ini merupakan kumpulan cerita cerita dan kejadian kejadian yang konon pernah terjadi di Cina kuno yang berkaitan dengan kayak yang judulnya bilang dengan roh dan manusia abadi Cerita cerita yang diangkatnya banyak bersinggungan dengan tema soal moral jalan hidup kehidupan dan kematian Cuma kau akan butuh kesabaran agak lebih serta pikiran yang lumayan terbuka untuk bisa mengambil manfaat dari cerita ceritanya Buku ini banyak memaparkan seperti apa kondisi spiritual masyarakat dari orang orang di zaman itu Zaman Cina kuno yang dimaksud di sini itu benar benar kuno kayak ratusan tahun sebelum Masehi sehingga bisa dibilang mereka kayak hidup di dunia yang hukum alamnya masih agak berbeda ketimbang yang ada di dunia kita sekarang Ceritanya bakal banyak yang ngebingungin Banyak yang tersamar maknanya Sehingga terus terang aja ceritanya bisa jadi ngebosenin Tapi kalau mau mendalami beberapa ceritanya kemudian membandingkan apa yang diceritain di situ dengan beberapa kondisi yang kamu temui di zaman ini buku ini bisa membuka sudut pandang baru di kepala kamu sekaligus membuatmu agak lebih mikir Tidak direkomendasikan Tapi kalau kau punya pikirlah dua kali sebelum membuangnya Pasti ada suatu maksud tertentu yang membuat Gan Bao sampai susah susah merangkum cerita cerita kayak gini Bisa jadi cuma ilmu kita yang belum cukup buat mencerna apa apa yang diceritakan di dalamnya Koleksi kisah kisah gaib ini mungkin membuat sebagian pembaca belum apa apa telah terteror oleh tebal halamannya Apalagi setelah membacanya dan menemukan banyak kisah yang mirip mirip di dalamnya membuat kita mungkin berpikir bahwa buat apa menghabiskan waktu kita untuk membaca kisah kisah mistis tak berguna demikian Namun bila Anda sabar membacanya dan mengikutinya dengan tekun ada beberapa hal yang tak terduga dapat ditemukan dalam buku ini Misalnya pada hal 403 kita akan menemukan sebuah kisah yang sangat menyerupai dongeng rakyat Jawa Joko Tarub Contoh lainnya pada hal 354 kita dapat menemukan sebuah kisah ganjil mengenai suku kepala terlepas yang digambarkan bahwa pada malam hari kepalanya terbang meninggalkan tubuhnya dan kembali lagi ke tubuhnya pada pagi hari Tak ayal lagi penggambaran ini akan mengingatkan kita legenda mengenai Leak di Bali Kuyang di Borneo dan Nangnak di Thailand Selain itu Kisah suku Chu yang yang dapat mengubah dirinya harimau Baca hal356 mengingatkan kita pada mitologi manusia harimau di Jawa Temuan temuan ini menyebabkan kita berpkir bahwa sebenarnya tak tertutup kemungkinan bahwa adanya tali merah antara dongeng dongeng dan legenda lokal di Asia Tenggara termasuk Jawa Bali dan sekitarnya dengan mitologi dari Cina Kumpulan anekdot dan cerita roh dan manusia serasa membosankan dengan isi cerita yang berulang ulangkelebihan membaca buku ini sekedar menambah pengetahuan sejarah tentang lamanya peradaban Tiongkok yang ribuan tahun umurnya 搜神记:世说新语,干宝:刘义庆,岳麓书社,1989 one word bored