Sunday, May 1, 2016

Metaphysical Zone of the Fire Tiger 1986 :::: XP = PX = T.T. = The Tiger :::: 50°F = 10°C :::: Zehn Grad Celsius = Z.G.C. = M.C.E.O. = Melchizedek Cloister Emerald Order :::: Wonderful Treasure = W.T. = T.T.C. = Tao Te Ching :::: I'm a 1977 Fire Snake @50°F

 

Samjoko (hangul: 삼족오; hanja: 三足烏) 
During the period of the Goguryo kingdom, the Samjoko was considered a symbol of the sun. The ancient Goguryo people thought that a three legged crow lived in the sun while a turtle lived in the moon. Samjoko was a highly regarded symbol of power, thought superior to both the dragon and the Korean bonghwang. Although the Samjok-o is mainly considered the symbol of Goguryeo, it is also found in Goryeo and Joseon dynasty. In modern Korea, Samjoko is still found especially in dramas such as Jumong (TV series). The three-legged crow was one of several emblems under consideration to replace the bonghwang in the Korean seal of state when its revision was considered in 2008. The Samjok-o appears also in Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC's current emblem. There are some Korean companies using Samjoko as their corporate logos. 
>>>> Three Legged_Crow 

Supernatural Beings = S.B. =  G.G.G.

  • Chollima
  • Yakcha
  • Chollidongigae, Manlidongigae: Dogs who goes 1000li a day, 10000li a day
  • Baeksaseum: White deer which runs 5000li a day
  • Geumsaseum: Golden deer living in the Mt. Baekdu

Yokwe (monster)


  • Kumiho (구미호) - A nine-tailed fox who can use powerful illusions and curses.
  • Bulyeowoo (불여우) - A fox that is more than 100 years old, and can be disguised as a woman.
  • Dokkaebi (도깨비) - spirits who keep clubs and enjoy mischievous tricks. Most are believed to have magical powers.
  • Imugi (이무기) - A form before a dragon. After training for 1000 years, it can transform to the dragon.
  • Samjokgu (삼족구) - A three legged dog -or- three eyed dog. These are believed to recognize the Kumihos in disguise.
  • Kkangcheoli (깡철이) - A failed imugi.
  • Haetae (해태) - A protector spirit.
  • Bulgasari (불가사리) - An Iron eating monster that is known to destroy all that is evil and wrong.

Gwishin (ghosts)


Gwishin are the departed souls of people who have died.

  • Mool-Gwishin 물귀신 a departed soul in water
  • Cho-nyo-Gwishin 처녀귀신 the departed soul of an unmarried woman
  • Mong-Dal-Gwishin 몽달귀신 the departed soul of an unmarried man
  • Dal-Gyal-Gwishin 달걀귀신 a ghost with an egg (Dal-Gyal 달걀) head, whose face has no eyes, nose, or mouth

Guardians


  • Samjoko (삼족오) - A three legged bird. Once considered the symbol of the power and sun in the Goguryeo kingdom.
  • Kkoktu

Folktales


The Sun and the Moon


The Sun and the Moon (Hangul해와 달) is a Korean folktale and myth about a tiger who gobbles up and impersonates the mother of a young boy and his sister. A sister and brother are waiting for their mom to get home. However, their mother is late and the girl begins to get caught up in her own imagination. A suspicious delivery man knocks on the door, and the siblings try not to open it.

Bonpuli



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After a very long "beltane fire dance ritual" with my Lenovo Laptop in my rented 2 room flat in the Walpurgisnight, I decided to leave Temerin & move back to Hannover this month for a very short while & then I'll leave Hannover this summer & move to Northern France. I already felt in March that I should move on, but I wasn't sure where to go exaclty & then by chance I got this 2 room flat 4 weeks ago & didn't have to live in a Hotel anymore. I love Vovjvodina & Bosnia of course, but I also feel at home when I'm in Northern Europe. I'll continue to follow my heart as long as I live.  I can't wait to  live in France :D
~ V.G. 1.5.2016 ~ 13:59

Korean mythology consists of national legends and folk-tales which come from all over the Korean Peninsula. The origin may be a blend of Korean shamanism, Buddhist, Chinese myths, Confucian and Taoist legends and myths. The legends may also vary greatly by region, even within the country. For example, the people of Jejudo have a very different lifestyle from that of the mainland and so can generate different forms of the same myths. In Korean shamanism, animism was dominant as the prime source for religious life for the Korean people. Particular worship of mountains, animals, plants stem from the belief that they had souls and often show up in the folktales as well as talk about tributes and sacrifices, whether literal, or figurative. At the same time, there were gods that occupied certain domains and they would often show up in folktales as distant protectors that called on humans when asked to rather than interfering with every day life. Early in Korean history, the shamanistic religion was dominant and because early Korea was divided often into smaller domains, such as Silla and Goguryeo, Baekje, the folktales and myths tended to differ also by those regions. With the arrival of Buddhism in the 3-4th century, the myths and native religion began to change as did the myths. With the advent of Neo Confucianism, the native religion was suppressed by the government where shamans were often killed for practicing and so many of the legends either changed or were blended into existing legends.

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Chinese name :::: HU
Fixed Element :::: Wood
Ranking Order :::: Third 
Hours ruled by the Tiger :::: 3am to 5am
Direction of this Sign :::: East Northeast
Season+Principle Month :::: Winter+February

The Fire Tiger :::: 9 February 1986 - 28 January 1987
http://www.metaphysicalzone.com/china/tiger4.shtml The Tiger, the living symbol of strength and power, generally inspires fear and respect. Tigers' compelling dynamism, intense activity, independence and curiosity about others make them irresistible, persons of multiple charms; Tigers attract followers and admirers. The Tiger is courageous, active and self-assured, and makes an excellent leader and protector. However liberal-minded Tigers may be, they are passionate, rash, and resist the authority of others. Although they are selfish in the little things, they are capable of great generosity, even of altruism, in the larger. Tigers are men and women of action, thrust by destiny into the spotlight. Tigers are fearless creatures in as much as they blind themselves to dangers and impetuously rush in where more cautious individuals would fear to tread. Outspoken in the face of injustice, their strong humanitarian instincts will not allow them to pass by if they see a wrong perpetrated upon another. Tigers tend to renounce confining traditional roles, opting for a more unfettered life. With a wide ranging mind, they can adopt any number of careers. Their many experiences serve to enrich their life and add depth to their nature. Material benefits matter little to them. Tigers have an inborn magnetic personality that attracts people to them like bees to honey. Warm-hearted, sociable and friendly, they are characterized by their frank, honest and open approach. Their immense kindness and generosity will always shine through except when crossed or backed into a corner, for then they can become vehement and ferocious. Solitude is often the price Tigers pay for their position of authority, but they become accustomed to it. Better still, they draw on the experience, gaining new energies and great strength. Chinese say the life of a Tiger born at night will be less hectic than that of Tigers born after dawn and above all, those born around midday. It will be a stormy life full of dangers, but the Tiger will never be bored. Neither Night Tiger nor Day Tiger will have an easy life. The Western term for a particularly fierce woman is "dragon lady," but the Chinese call her an "old tiger lady." For this reason some Chinese avoid having children in the Tiger Year -- for fear of having a daughter. The lucky Tiger represents the greatest power on earth, and is the emblem of protection for human life. A Tiger in the house minimizes the Three Great Risks -- thieves, fire, and evil spirits. If there are two Tigers in the house, however, one of them has to go! He finds it hard to contain his boundless energy and enthusiasm. He is always ready for action and movement. His energy gives him a dramatic theatricality as he does nothing by half-measures. He is independent, unconventional and thoroughly optimistic.
The Tiger has been strongly associated with Korean people and Korean culture. It appears in not only the Korean foundation mythology but also in folklore, as well as a favorite subject of Korean art such as painting and sculpture. The mascot of the 1988 Summer Olympics held in Seoul, South Korea is Hodori, a symbolized tiger to represent Korean people. Regarded by many as the divine spirit that guards the West, people in Korea consider the white tiger as a sacred creature in local folklore. A tiger that has overcome trials and tribulations and understands the world is known to turn white, becoming a white tiger. Although it is a sacred creature that doesn’t harm people, it becomes angry when the ruler of the country conducts evil and inhumane deeds. Therefore, it has been told that powerful people become humble and rich people become generous when a white tiger appears. As such, in Korean history and culture, a tiger is regarded as a guardian that drives away evil spirit and a sacred creature that brings good luck – the symbol of courage and absolute power. The oldest historical record about the tiger can be found in the myth of Dangun, the legendary founding father of Gojoseon, told in the Samguk Yusa, or the Memorabilia of the Three Kingdoms. According to the myth, a bear and a tiger wished to become human beings. The bear turned into a woman by observing the commandments to eat only mugwort and garlic for 100 days in the cave. But the tiger couldn’t endure the ordeal and ran off, failing to realize its wish. There are 635 historical records about tigers in the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty. The story of a tiger that began from a myth can be also found in daily life as well. For example, the 19th century painting named “Sansindo” depicts the guardian spirit of a mountain leaning against a tiger or riding on the back of the animal. The animal is also known to do the errands for the mountain’s guardian spirit which is known to wish for peace and the well-being of the village. So, the tiger was ordered by the spiritual guardian of the mountain to give protection and wish for peace in the village. People drew such paintings and hung them in the shrine built in the mountain of the village where memorial rituals were performed regularly. In Buddhism, there is also a shrine that keeps the painting of the guardian spirit of the mountain. It’s called “Sansintaenghwa”, depiction of the guardian spirit of the mountain and a tiger. The painting “Jakhodo” is about a magpie and a tiger. The letter “jak” means magpie; “ho” means tiger; and “do” means painting. Since the work is known to keep away evil influence, there is a tradition to hang the art piece in the house in the first month of the lunar calendar. On a branch of a green pine tree sits a magpie and the tiger, with a humorous expression, looks up at the bird. The tiger in “Jakhodo” doesn’t look anything like a strong creature with power and authority. Here again is Gu. They can be also found around the royal tombs. In front of the burial mound stands the stone tiger sculptures. People believed that tigers also safeguarded the tomb, the permanent home for the dead. The sacredness of the tiger was also utilized for holding rituals that pray for rain. According to the historical records of the early Joseon era, the head of a tiger was offered as the sacrificial offering when performing a ritual praying for rain while Joseon was under the reign of kings such as Taejong, Sejong, Munjong, and Danjong.

References

  1. 호랑이 [Horang-i (Tiger)] (in Korean). Encyclopedia of Korean Culture. Retrieved 8 January 2010.

See also




Zehn Grad Celsius = Z.G.C. = M.C.E.O. = Melchizedek Cloister Emerald Order
50°F = 10°C
Nice To Meet You = N.T.M.Y. = 36+36 = C.C.C.C.+6+GAIA+M.C.E.O. 
Wonderful Treasure = W.T. = T.T.C. = Tao Te Ching 
Red Dragon News @C.H. = Calan Haf 

Walpurgis Night from 30 April to 1 May ~ Walpurgisnacht bzw. Tanz in den Mai
 

A Green Eyed Tiger Cat = A.G.E.T.C. = M.C.E.O. = Melchizedek Cloister Emerald Order 
A Green Eyed Black Panther Cat = AG.E.B.P.C. = AG E.B.E.+14 = N.S.A. = Nova Srpska Analitičarka 
... Shakes me, makes me lighter
Fearless on my breath
Teardrop on the fire
Fearless on my breath
In the night of matter
Black flowers blossom
Feathers on my breath
Black flowers blossom
Fearless on my breath
Teardrop on the fire
Fearless on my breath
Water is my eye
Most faithful my love
Fearless on my breath
Teardrop on the fire of a confession
Fearless on my breath
Most faithful my love....
 
:::: A Beltane bonfire on Calton Hill in Edinburgh ::::
Also called Lá Bealtaine (Irish)  
Là Bealltainn (Scottish Gaelic)  
Laa Boaltinn/Boaldyn (Manx)
Beltaine; Beltine
Observed by Historically: Gaels
Today: Irish people, Scottish people, Manx people, Celtic neopagans and Wiccans
Type Cultural,
Pagan (
Celtic polytheism, Celtic Neopaganism, Wicca)
Significance beginning of summer
Celebrations lighting bonfires, decorating homes with May flowers, making May bushes, visiting holy wells, feasting
Date 1 May (or 1 November for Neopagans in the S. Hemisphere)


Related to May Day, Calan Mai, Walpurgis Night
is the anglicised name 
for the Gaelic+Celtic
May Day festival ::::
:::: iLove this Release  ::::
:::: C.R. = Cylob Rewind ::::
:::: iBoughtTheVinylRelease in the late 90s ::::
 V.G. :::: 1.5.2016 3:13 AM now ::::
In Hannover Germany the so called 
"Tanz in den Mai" has the same importance like New Year's Eve if you love to dance & meet people & I always enjoyed the new version of the Walpurgis Night. Walpurgis Nights are observed where Nordic &/or Celtic Witchculture traditions are still alive. For example in the Netherlands, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia, Finland, Estonia & Slavic Regions who kept the pagan traditions alive. My "wildest" Beltane was in 1996 in Dortmund, where I danced more than 10 hours on a party to the music of the DJs Westbam (MAYDAY Party Organizer+Promoter back then), Mate Galić (Native Instruments nowadays) & others & the best music played an AfroAmerican DJ from the USA. He mixed 1990s House&Techno with 1980s stuff, which was very unusual in 1996 in Germany, because many DJs in Germany simply just presented what's new. Eurythmics' Sweet Dreams was such a great surprise on a so called TechnoParty in the mid 1990s & a few years later we saw the huge mainstream 1980s revival. I still remember that the last song that I heard on May 1, 1996 in Dortmund was Green Velvet's Flash & I love that song/track. Now I'm in Temerin, Vojvodina, Serbia, which was founded by a Celtic tribe just like the Serbian capital Belgrade, which was founded round about 2300 years ago. Right now I dance alone in my rented 2 room flat :D hahaha it's fun. Faun's Unda is a great song. I Love I.T. :) ...


post scriptum:
Love & Kisses to LA & NYC & Paris & Seoul :) 

 
Lewis Morrison as Mephistopheles" in Faust! "The Brocken". Poster for a theatrical performance of Goethe's play showing Mephistopheles conjuring supernatural creatures on the German mountain, the Brocken (or Blocksberg), which according to the tale is the scenery for the Walpurgisnight, from 30 April to 1 May. 
 
 #8 Soul Mates @photonEnergy888 uploaded on my first of two youtube channels 
 
Hochgeladen am 23.01.2012
1 Bullet Proof
2 Allergic
3 Every You Every Me
4 Bionic
5 Protect Me
6 Plasticine
7 Bitter End
8 Soul Mates
9 Black Eyed
10 I'll Be Yours
11 Special Needs
12 English Summer Rain
13 Without You I'm Nothing
14 This Picture

15 Special K
16 Taste In Men
17 Slave To The Wage
18 Peeping Tom
19 Pure Morning
20 Centerfolds
21 Where Is My Mind feat. Frank Black
22 Sleeping With Ghosts - Tour DocumentaryDVD
Brian Moloko
15 March 2004

 
> Ireland in English 
> Éire in (Gaeilge) Irish 
> Èirinn in (Gàidhlig) Scottish Gaelic 
> Erin is an ancient name of Ireland
from Old English Erinn
dative of Eriu >>>> Ireland.

Emerald Isle is 
an ancient poetic
name for Irleand.
Due to linguistic influences 
by founders from North Europe:
Temme/Temmen (to tame & to domesticate)
> imperativ: Tem

Builders excavating site for housing estate in Wales discover foundations of a meeting house 'older than the Egyptian pyramids'

  • Foundations of meeting house at least 50ft long found in Monmouth
  • Discovery was made as builders worked on a new housing estate


Calan Mai ("Calend (first day) of May") or 
Calan Haf ("Calend of Summer") is a 
May Day holiday of Wales held on 1 May. Celebrations start on the evening before, known as May Eve, with bonfires; as with Calan Gaeaf or November 1, the night before (Welsh: Nos Galan Haf) is considered an Ysbrydnos or "spirit night" when spirits are out and about divination is possible. The tradition of lighting bonfires celebrating this occasion happened annually in South Wales until the middle of the 19th century. Calan Haf parallels Beltane and other May Day traditions in Europe.

Customs

  • On Nos Galan Mai or May Eve, villagers gather hawthorn (Welsh: draenen wen, "white-thorn") branches and flowers which they would then use to decorate the outside of their houses, celebrating new growth and fertility.
  • In Anglesey and Caernarvonshire it would be common on May Eve to have gware gwr gwyllt "playing straw man" or crogi gwr gwellt "hanging a straw man". A man who had lost his sweetheart to another man would make a man out of straw and put it somewhere in the vicinity of where the girl lived. The straw man represented her new sweetheart and had a note pinned to it. Often the situation led to a fight between the two men at the May Fair.
  • Being the time between Summer and Winter, Calan Haf would be the time to stage a mock fight between the two seasons. The man representing Winter carried a stick of blackthorn (Welsh: draenen ddu "black-thorn") and a shield that had pieces of wool stuck on it to represent snow. The man representing Summer was decorated with garlands of flowers and ribbons and carried a willow-wand which had spring flowers tied on it with ribbons. A mock battle took place in which the forces of Winter threw straw and dry underbrush at the forces of Summer who retaliated with birch branches, willow (Welsh: helygen) rods, and young ferns (Welsh: rhedyn). Eventually the forces of Summer would win and a May King and Queen were chosen and crowned, after which there was feasting, dancing, games and drinking until the next morning.
  • May Day was the time that the twmpath chwarae or "tump for playing" (a kind of village green) was officially opened. Through the summer months in some villages the people would gather on the twmpath chwarae in the evenings to dance and play various sports. The green was usually situated on the top of a hill and a mound was made where the fiddler or harpist sat. Sometimes branches of oak decorated the mound and the people would dance in a circle around it.
  • Dawnsio haf "summer dancing" was a feature of the May Day celebration, as was carolau Mai "May carols" also known as carolau haf "summer carols" or canu dan y pared "singing under the wall", these songs being often of a bawdy or sexual nature. The singers would visit families on May morning accompanied by a harpist or fiddler, to wish them the greetings of the season and give thanks to "the bountiful giver of all good gifts." If their singing was thought worthy, they would be rewarded with food, drink, and possibly money.
  • Common drinks during Calan Mai festivities were metheglin or mead. Sometimes it was made of herbs, including woodruff, a sweet-smelling herb which was often put in wine in times past to make a man merry and act as a tonic for the heart and liver. Elderberry and rhubarb wines were popular and the men also liked various beers.

References

  • Trefor M. Owen. Welsh Folk Customs. Gomer Press, Llandysul 1987
  • Marie Trevelyan. Folklore and Folk Stories of Wales. EP Publishing Ltd, Wakefield 1973
  • http://www.applewarrior.com/celticwell/ejournal/beltane/wales.htm, electronic version, by Hilaire Wood.
  • Blue Boy is a pseudonym for the Scottish DJ, Alexis 'Lex' Blackmore. 
  • The single Remember Me peaked at #8 in the UK Singles Chart in February 1997.
  • The single also went to number two on the American dance chart. The track is built around two samples from the 1973 live version of "Woman of the Ghetto", a 1969 soul song by Marlena Shaw, originally recorded for her album The Spice of Life
  • Near the end is the line: "Remember me? I'm the one who had your babies", in reference to African-American maids raising white children for little pay. The sample repeated throughout is the scat portion of the refrain.
B.B. = Blue Boy
R.M. = Remember Me
https://youtu.be/fKKNPLowteY 

Welsh mythology
consists of both folk traditions developed in Wales, and traditions developed by Britons elsewhere before the end of the first millennium. Like most predominately oral societies found in Pre-Roman Great Britain, Welsh mythology and history was recorded orally by Druids (derwydd). This oral record has been lost or altered as result of outside contact and invasion over the years. Much of this altered mythology and history are preserved in medieval Welsh manuscripts which include the Red Book of Hergest, the White Book of Rhydderch, the Book of Aneirin, and the Book of Taliesin. Other works connected to Welsh mythology include the 9th century Latin historical compilation Historia Britonum (the History of the Britons) and Geoffrey of Monmouth's 12th-century Latin chronicle Historia Regum Britanniae (the History of the Kings of Britain), as well as later folklore, such as The Welsh Fairy Book by W. Jenkyn Thomas [1908]. ... read more ÄTät@@https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Welsh_mythology

Isis
http://amun-ra-egyptology.blogspot.de/p/egyptian-gods.html
In Greek religion & mythology,  
Pan (Ancient Greek: Πάν, Pan
is the god of the wild, 
shepherds and flocks, 
nature of mountain wilds 
& rustic music
& companion of the nymphs.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan_%28god%29 


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