What is the relationship between Dijiang and Huangdi? This is a question that many readers particularly want to know. The following is a detailed introduction to China story. Let’s have a look at it together with interested partners.
“Dijiang” is a monster in ancient Chinese legends, which comes from the records in the book of mountains and seas. According to Zhuangzi Ji Jie: the South China Sea is an obvious place, so Shu is the essence; The Beihai sea is a dark area, so suddenly it is nothing. The central part is neither the south of North Africa, so chaos (Dijiang) is not nothing but something. Shu: Yu Youxiang; Suddenly: metaphor is invisible; Chaos: it is also a metaphor for nature. Shu and Hu take the name of divine speed, and chaos takes harmony as its appearance. Whether there are two minds or not will be in the realm of non existence and non existence, and the two biased mind will be the one aspiration, so the cloud treats it very well. Two emperors, Shu and Hu, were still too slow to meet. They were still eager to learn. They thought that they had no intention of the chaos, so they called chiseling beneficial. If you do not conform to nature, you must open your eyes and ears. If you are obedient and chaotic, you will be honest. If you choose to conform to what you have or not, you will not end your life and die prematurely. As the old saying goes: those who do will lose.
Hundun (Dijiang), in ancient Chinese mythology, is indeed the name of a God. According to the three western classics of mountains and seas, there is a divine bird on Tianshan Mountain in the West. It is shaped like a yellow cloth pocket, red like a red fire, with six feet and four wings. It has no ears, eyes, mouth and nose, but it knows how to sing and dance. Its name is “Dijiang”.
Emperor Jiang is the emperor Hong, the Yellow Emperor as the central God, so the fable directly regards him as the central Heavenly Emperor. As for some people saying that emperor Jiang was the son of the Yellow Emperor, that is probably a later legend.
Divine bird emperor River
The divine bird is the emperor river. The image of the emperor river is a divine bird who knows singing and dancing. Some of the books are “you Shen Yan”. The traditional “bird” and “Yan” are similar in writing. There may be mistakes in copying, but they all make sense. Obviously, the “emperor River” here refers to the divine bird like Jinwu. So why is Dijiang connected with Dihong? The emperor river is the emperor Hong, and the ancient sound “River” and “Hong” are connected. The emperor Hong is the Yellow Emperor, the legendary ancestor of the Chinese nation. Yuan Mei (1716-1798) also said in “Zibuyu · snake king” that “there is a snake king in Chu, which looks like the emperor River, has no ears, eyes, claws and nose, but has a mouth. Its shape is like a meat cabinet, and it moves in a muddy way, leaving all the plants and trees withered.” It is no accident that this passage connects emperor Jiang, snake (Dragon) and Chaos (see below) in Zhuangzi Ying emperor.
Emperor Jiang is the emperor Hong, that is, the Yellow Emperor as the central God, so the fable of Zhuangzi directly regards him as the central Heavenly Emperor. As for some people saying that emperor Jiang was the son of the Yellow Emperor, that is probably a later legend.
No matter whether Dijiang is the emperor of heaven or the son of the emperor of heaven, no one likes this dark and sticky place except Taoism who pursues “returning to nature”, “ignorance” and “Inaction”. Therefore, according to later legends, Emperor Jiang was worsened by ugliness. The miraculous Scripture says that Dijiang is a beast that looks like both a dog and a human bear. It has eyes but can’t see, and ears but can’t hear. Because he is blind, it is difficult for him to walk, but he knows where others are going. When encountering a virtuous man, he would fiercely resist him. When encountering a tyrannical villain, he would crouch down and lean on him. This despicable temper is really natural. When he is free, this guy always likes to bite his tail, swing, face up and laugh. From this legend, it can be seen that people have no good feelings for Dijiang, which is almost synonymous with darkness.
In the Zhuanxu Dynasty, Emperor Jiang was the leader of the Gonggong family.
In 411 of the 16th century (3790-3380 BC), the Zhuanxu Dynasty carried out a calendar reform, and the Theocracy of sacrificing heaven and earth was transferred to the central royal family. The Li and Li clans sacrificed heaven and earth, unified the calendar, zongfuxi and Jianyin, and issued the Zhuanxu calendar. Cancel the original calendar, culture and divine right of sacrificing heaven and earth of all city states and clans, so as to make heaven and earth accessible and strengthen the ruling power of the central royal family. It caused the dissatisfaction of other clans and made the Yi Xia alliance tend to disintegrate.
Zhuan Xu appointed Shu Zhong, the fourth descendant of SHAOHAO, to be mu Zheng, should be Jin Zheng, xiuxi to be Shui Zheng, Li to be huozheng, and the fourth uncle did not neglect his duty. Chonghe Li nationality has been known as “zhurong” since it was solely responsible for the ghosts and gods of heaven and earth. Not only did Zhuanxu use it, but his descendants were in charge of heaven and earth until the Xia and Shang Dynasties. In the Zhou Dynasty, Cheng Bo and Xiu Fu were followed. Its territory extends to Mobei in the north, northeast Heilongjiang in the East, Kunlun quicksand and weak water in the West and Jiaozhi in the south, all of which are under Zhuanxu’s control.
At this time, Emperor Jiang, the leader of Gonggong, called Nie (NIE is the place name of the Tianbiao of Gonggong), and Zhuanxu failed after several wars. The last generation of Gonggong was forced to lead its troops to move northward to Heilongjiang and its northern regions. It established the capital of Beiwei and owned all the lands from the north of the Liaohe River basin to the Arctic. Dominating the North alone, it is also called Xuanwu because it wears a gange and advocates martial arts. It is the embryonic form of the northern Xuanwu emperor. Later, he was paralyzed by floods and was buried with his nine concubines in Fuyu mountain (now in Jilin Province). Emperor Jun succeeded to the throne and became a political power in the north of the Central Plains. Disclaimer: the above content originates from the Internet, and the copyright belongs to the original author. Please inform us if your original copyright is infringed, and we will delete the relevant content as soon as possible.