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An interfaith webring for all Asian tales, legends, parables and folk lore, both modern and ancient. All religious, nativist and western derivations are welcome! Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh, Bon, Confucian, Tao, Shinto... and more. Come one, come all! Let go of the here-and-now. Read a tale or two and take a journey into another culture and yester-year....
 

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Antient Texts Tabulated
antient religious texts, with emphasis on little-published materials not available elsewhere on the internet
Kishimo-jin and other Child Giving Deities
The evolution of Kishimojin, the demon mother who appears in the Dharani chapter of the Lotus Sutra and vows to protect those who practice the Wonderful Dharma of the Lotus Flower Teaching.
The Seven Parables in the Lotus Sutra
(1) Parable of the Burning House - Ch.3, (2) Parable of a Poor Son - Ch.4, (3) Parable of the Herbs - Ch.5, (4) Parable of the Magic City - Ch.7, (5) Parable of the Hidden Gem - Ch.8, (6) Parable of the Gem in the Topknot - Ch.14, and (7) Parable of the Excellent Physician - Ch.16.
The Wizard of Oz as a Buddhist Parable
The thoughts and meanderings of an American Buddhist priest...
The Vedic Cosmology
Ancient Indian views of the Universe through a medieval Japanese lens....

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