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    Title: 《太清金液神丹經》與《馬君傳》
    Other Titles: Taiqing jinye shendanjing and Majun zhuan
    Authors: 曾達輝;Tat-fai Tsang
    Date: 2006/06
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2006,new,36n.1,p01.
    Keywords: 太清金液神丹經
    Abstract: After the barbarian invasions in the Western Jin dynasty, libationers who had migrated to southern China compiled the new7 scriptures of the Way of the Celestial Master, incorporating the writings and legends that circulated in the south at the time. This new collection included two major writings: Majun zhuan (Biography of Lord Ma], based on Shenxian zhuan (Biographies of Immortals) and Ge Hung's collection of writings on alchemy, and Lingbao ivufu (The Five Talismans of Lingbao), based on Lingbaojing (Scripture of Lingbao). These two writings were given to Taoist followers in the south by the son of Wei Huacun, a famous libationers of the time, and then had a strong influence on the Shangqing Revelation. During the Tang-Song transition, the section on alchemy in Majun zhuan was put together with two narratives written by Ge Hung into Taiqing jinye shendanjing (Scripture of the Divine Elixir of the Golden Liquor of the Great Purity).
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=186
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