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An interfaith webring for all Asian tales, legends, parables and folk lore, both modern and ancient. All religious, nativist and western derivations are welcome! Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh, Bon, Confucian, Tao, Shinto... and more. Come one, come all! Let go of the here-and-now. Read a tale or two and take a journey into another culture and yester-year....
 

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   Miraculous Tales from Japanese Buddhism Preview Go
Tales on the karmic retribution of good and evil from the oldest collection of Buddhist legends in Japan, 'The Nihonkoku Genpo Zen'aku Ryoiki' by the Monk Kyokai of Yakushi-ji, written down about 1200 years ago.
   The Dragon Goddess Shichimen of Kuonji Preview Go
Included here are two versions of the legend of the Dragon Goddess Shichimen of Minobusan Kuon-ji, including modern depictions, and links to her in other ancient Buddhist temples in Japan.
   The Egyptian Book of the Dead Preview Go
This wonderful new translation of the classic, "Awakening Osiris: The Egyptian Book of the Dead" translated by Normandi Ellis, is perhaps the most inspirational spiritual writing I have ever encountered. What is unique about her approach is that she puts this ancient language of nouns into the first person singular: I am. I am the stars & the moon & the sun... thus causing one's heart to soar into the heavens!


   Tales of the Immortal Night Preview Go
Tales of the Immortal Night: the Greek Myths of the Constellations and Photographs of the Galaxies takes you on a magical odyssey of the cosmos. With the epic sagas of Greek mythology and tours of the Hubble Deep Space Telescope photographs, your relationship to the night sky will be transformed forever.
   Confucius Say: Do Come Dine Again Preview Go
A fun little piece using the Confucian Odes on workplace safety for Job Giant and the restaurant industry.






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