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HongShan Song Workbook
14 декабря 2014 г. в 6:45
Compiling the Notes, from the Divine Pentatonic Octaves of Her Songline Totemisphere ...



I am now polishing off, refining, my Totemic Persona-Sphere for the Wu Mu Miko Paleolithic Pamir-Asia, circa the 4th Millennium BC -- in anticipation of completing the construction of my 3100 BC Astromancy Wheel this spring. Most of my notes on the HongShan Jades and Culture were lost some years ago when facebook deleted everyone's Discussion archives. [Hopefully they don't do that for our Notes as well.]

So I will use this HongShan Song note to focus on my researches, and gather all my far-flung discussions in to one place for integrating and organizing ... with the specific purpose of creating a fairly comprehensive naming and description of the Totemic Personas who represented, governed, or made up the Octaves of the HongShan Songline some 5,000 to 6,000 years ago.

Viz. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Neolithic_cultures_of_China



HongShan 'SongDog'? Kangaroo-Fox? Coyote-Roo?

I am now polishing off, refining, my Totemic Persona-Sphere for the Wu Mu Miko Paleolithic Pamir-Asia, circa the 4th Millennium BC -- in anticipation of completing the construction of my 3100 BC Astromancy Wheel this spring. Most of my notes on the HongShan Jades and Culture were lost some years ago when facebook deleted everyone's Discussion archives. [Hopefully they don't do that for our Notes as well.]

So I will use this HongShan Song note to focus on my researches, and gather all my far-flung discussions in to one place for integrating and organizing ... with the specific purpose of creating a fairly comprehensive naming and description of the Totemic Personas who represented, governed, or made up the Octaves of the HongShan Songline some 5,000 to 6,000 years ago.



This task is separate from my finalization of the Ring Layout of the Shih Plate, Lo-Ching or Luopan Astromancy Wheel design itself. This listing of the members of the HongShan deity-sphere, persona-sphere, totem-sphere will perhaps be published in a booklet to go along with the Astromancy Compass -- and will serve to polish our final analysis and design of the many Sky Plates of the Compass -- and augment dramatically the illustration of the one Earth Plate on which they are sit and are oriented from.

Imagine each Sky Plate as a Clock, a Calendar, a Serpent, a Dragon, a Zodiac Wheel Pentatonic Octave of one or many Planets, Stars, Animals, Goddesses, Totems, Divinities from the perspective of the place, people, culture of Pamir-Asia during perhaps the height of the Wu Mu Miko priestess/goddess age -- whose principle deity was NuWa, the Dragon/Serpent Goddess incarnate in the North Circumpolar Constellation which the West names Draco.



Frog (蛙) to Nuwa (娲), and Back Again ... https://www.facebook.com/notes/matilija-university/frog-%E8%9B%99-to-nuwa-%E5%A8%B2-and-back-again-/358405817527105

Shen Mu Soverania Folder ... https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.108678612537267.13965.100710700000725&type=3

Niuheliang Goddess Temple & Bear Dragon Totem ... http://news.163.com/06/0815/12/2OIKQD6Q0001124J.html

http://zhuwenchufan201.home.news.cn/blog/a/article.do?bid=8147856&aid=217499701

Searching 娲玉器 (NuWa Jade Article) ...



Sanxingdui 三星堆 Shu Culture and Nuwa Jades & Bronzes ... http://zhuwenchufan201.home.news.cn/blog/a/article.do?bid=8147856&aid=217499701



形如“山” -- Shaped like a Mountain (Mountain symbol “山”!)
Goddess/Priestess with Fangs, and Feathers on Headdress
From the 新石器时代良渚文化 Neolithic Liangzhu Culture

More from Sanxingdui 三星堆 Archeology 考古 ... Recalling the Age of NuWa & the Ten Suns? ”其神十人”
http://zhuwenhua1953.blog.163.com/blog/static/38221255200856102645716/

Sanxingdui Archaeological Discoveries 三星堆考古发现

Character Writing 漢字練習冊

Sanxingdui Jade Article 三星堆玉器



HongShan Ox, Buffalo Goddess ...

http://www.art-jade.com/home/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=246

Need to add images, and cultures, for Pig-Dragon and other Dragons. Perhaps all Ten HongShan Goddesses were portrayed on Serpent-Dragon ('Pi', Ring) bodies.

Make a list, and place them in the Sky.

Ten Animals 十只動物 -- Ten Dragons 十龍, 10小龍 -- Ten Goddesses 十大女神 -- Ten Totems 十圖騰 -- Ten Suns 十日 -- Ten Planets 10行星 -- Ten Constellations 10星座

In "Jades of the Hongshan culture" the Pig Dragon Pi Ring features prominently, as well as the Sanxingtala Pi Ring Dragon, Hutougou Birds, a Falcon with Cat Head, the Hutougou Tortoise, a Hutougou Fish, a Nisatai Cicada, and a Double Headed Dragon Arch, and a Double-Headed Pig Triple Arch Dragon ... http://www.persee.fr/web/revues/home/prescript/article/arasi_0004-3958_1991_num_46_1_1303

In this collection of images from the HongShan Jade Collection Book, we have described Insects, Grubs & Cicadas; Pigs, Rabbits, Cats, Tortoises & Frogs; Birds, Falcons & Owls; Zhūlóng 玉豬龍 Crested Pig Dragons; Many Cloud Persona pendants; Horned (Ox, Buffalo) Deities; Female Figurines; and Mask Pendants ... http://www.friendsofjade.org/current-article/2008/4/6/from-pig-to-dragon-neolithic-hongshan-jades.html

Cicada 蟬 is Goddess of Rebirth ... http://blog.xuite.net/samhomepage/jade/15311536

There are also Silkworm-shaped Jades -- 玉蚕形.

Silkworm, Bee or Mantis? http://www.npm.gov.tw/exhbition/jad9910/2.htm

Silkworm ... http://tai0912336546.pixnet.net/blog/post/388768634-%E7%B4%85%E5%B1%B1%E6%96%87%E5%8C%96001-~-%E6%98%86%E8%9F%B2%E7%B3%BB001

http://paper.takungpao.com/html/2012-03/28/content_24_1.htm

http://tai0912336546.pixnet.net/blog/post/388768634-%E7%B4%85%E5%B1%B1%E6%96%87%E5%8C%96001-~-%E6%98%86%E8%9F%B2%E7%B3%BB001



What about Deer, Sheep, Goats, River, Mountain, Comet,

Keywords:
HongShan (Red Hill/Mountainl) Culture 紅山文化 -- HongShan 紅山 Jade Article 玉器 -- Burial Jade Article 葬玉器 -- Niuheliang Goddess Temple 牛河梁女神廟 -- Mask 面膜 -- Niuheliang Jade Mask 牛河梁 玉 面膜 -- Jade Bear 玉熊 -- Jade Bear Carvings 圓雕玉熊

The Red Hill is Chifeng. Ch’ih-feng; Ulaan Hada, Ulanhad, Wulanhada -- "The name, meaning “Red Mountain” in Chinese, refers to the red-coloured peak overlooking the city from the northeast." "Ulaan Hada is a 5,625 ft / 1,715 m mountain peak near Bulagtay, Selenge, Mongolia." or "Ulaan Hada is a 8,323 ft / 2,537 m mountain peak near Dzöölön, Hövsgöl, Mongolia."

"Chifeng City, Wulanhada in Mongolian is a southeast city in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. She was named by the Red Mountain in the northeast conner of this city. The ancient Xilamulun River and Laohahe River run from east to west like two main veins in human body. The long and short rivers in this land intertwine together, accompanied by the lofty Xing’anling Mountain, winding Yanshan Mountain, vast prairie, displaying its amazing vitality and charm."

http://www1.chifeng.gov.cn/html/Intochifeng.shtml

http://www1.chifeng.gov.cn/html/HongshanCulture.shtml



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chifeng

Ulan for red, and Hada for mountain (or round bread loaf).

"A north-south axis connects this temple complex with a central peak of Zhushan 豬山, otherwise known as "Pig Mountain."

The RedHill (Ulaan Hada, NE of Chifeng, Mongolia) is due North of the Goddess Temple.

Niuheliang 牛河梁 (NE Liaoning 遼寧, Manchuria 滿洲 and Zhushan 豬山 (Pig Mountain) is due South.

https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?p=pig+mountain+niuheliang+goddess&ei=UTF-8&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-001

Goddess Temple Site shaped like River (Water Goddess) Character ...
http://blog.artron.net/attachment/2008/04/28/34773_200804281153081.jpg



https://www.google.com/maps/search/%E8%B1%AC%E5%B1%B1+%E7%89%9B%E6%B2%B3%E6%A2%81+%E9%81%BC%E5%AF%A7+%E5%9C%B0%E5%9B%BE/@41.6466792,120.7529114,8z

http://www.chaoyangci.org/Html/?283.html

Search 烏蘭哈達 赤峰 -- 乌兰哈达 赤峰

There are two different Red Mountains, Ulaan Hadas!

https://www.google.com/maps/search/%E4%B9%8C%E5%85%B0%E5%93%88%E8%BE%BE+%E8%B5%A4%E5%B3%B0/@42.8551567,119.0061378,7z/data=!3m1!4b1

Wu Lan Ha Da, Alukeerqin Qi, Chifeng Shi, Neimenggu Zizhiqu

Wu Lan Ha Da, Balinyou Qi, Chifeng Shi, Neimenggu Zizhiqu

Guess I will assume it is a CHAIN of Red Hills!



Origins of Feng Shui

"The Yangshao and Hongshan cultures provide the earliest known evidence for the use of feng shui. Until the invention of the magnetic compass, feng shui apparently relied on astronomy to find correlations between humans and the universe.[1] In 4000 BC, the doors of Banpo dwellings aligned with the asterism Yingshi just after the winter solstice—this sited the homes for solar gain.[2] During the Zhou era, Yingshi was known as Ding and used to indicate the appropriate time to build a capital city, according to the Shijing. The late Yangshao site at Dadiwan (c. 3500-3000 BC) includes a palace-like building (F901) at the center. The building faces south and borders a large plaza. It stands on a north-south axis with another building that apparently housed communal activities. Regional communities may have used the complex.[3]

A grave at Puyang (around 4000 BC) that contains mosaics— actually a Chinese star map of the Dragon and Tiger asterismsand Beidou (the Big Dipper, Ladle or Bushel)— is oriented along a north-south axis. The presence of both round and square shapes in the Puyang tomb, at Hongshan ceremonial centers and at the late Longshan settlement at Lutaigang,[3] suggests that gaitian cosmography (heaven-round, earth-square) existed in Chinese society long before it appeared in the Zhou Bi Suan Jing.[4]

Cosmography that bears a striking resemblance to modern feng shui devices and formulas appears on a piece of jade unearthed at Hanshan and dated around 3000 BC. Archaeologist Li Xueqin links the design to the liuren astrolabe, zhinan zhen, and luopan.[5]"

from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feng_shui

1) Sun, X. (2000) Crossing the Boundaries between Heaven and Man: Astronomy in Ancient China. In H. Selin (ed.), Astronomy Across Cultures: The History of Non-Western Astronomy. 423–454. Kluwer Academic.

2) David W. Pankenier. 'The -Political Background of Heaven's Mandate.' Early China 20 (1995):121-176.

3) Li Liu. The Chinese Neolithic: Trajectories to Early States. Cambridge University Press (2004) 248–249.

4) Sarah M. Nelson, Rachel A. Matson, Rachel M. Roberts, Chris Rock and Robert E. Stencel. (2006) Archaeoastronomical Evidence for Wuism at the Hongshan Site of Niuheliang. Page 2.

5) Chen Jiujin and Zhang Jingguo. 'Hanshan chutu yupian tuxing shikao,' Wenwu 4, 1989:15

Divination and Prediction in Early China and Ancient Greece, Lisa Raphals, 2013, Cambridge

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