Original Chinese Language Article: By Progressive Network (Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) In China it is common to see people in tattered clothes haunting bridges,
Their presence in China serves to remind us of the unique Shaolin Temple tradition, and is the consequence of the fame of this temple’s reputation spreading throughout the world. Not only this, but China now exports martial arts equipment and training DVD’s, and Chinese teachers regularly teach abroad.
When he was young, he preferred to study Daoism, and after many decades of seeking the correct Daoism method, he finally discovered a true master of the Dao. After studying the Dao for many years, he was ready to become a disciple of the Qianfeng Daoist Hermitage.
A more extreme example of longevity belongs to that of the modern Daoist Immortal Li Qing Yun whose birth and death dates are given as 1677 – 1933. This means that he lived for 256 years and according to Chinese record, there is ample documentary evidence for this extraordinary life-span.
No such object (or occupant) had been seen in Japan before. According to the interpretation that accompanies this picture, the craft exterior was made of steel, whilst glass windows (or ‘portholes’) allowed the pilot to see where she was going when navigating the craft. The Japanese discovers also reported finding a strange and unfamiliar script which they could not decipher. Characters from this script could be seen both inside and outside the craft.
Original Chinese Language Article: ufoet.com (Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) The Agama Sutras record and propagate the message of Lord Buddha. Listed below are short