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Fire and Water - Part Two of an Introduction to the Five Elements

Fire and Water - Part Two of an Introduction to the Five Elements
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Volume 5 Issue 2 - Summer 2010

by Richard Bertschinger

There is a creation myth of the Chinese  which states:

When our oldest ancestor Pangu died, his four limbs became pillars marking the four corners of the world.  His breath became the wind; his left eye the sun and his right eye the moon; his solid body became the mountains; his bones the rocks; his bone marrow, precious gems; his voice the thunder; his blood, the rivers; his muscles, the fertile lands; his hair, the plants and trees; his fur, bushes and forests;; his teeth and nails, metals and minerals; his sweat, rain and dew; and the fleas on him, the fish and animals on the dry land.

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