China News Service, Beijing, September 27. Taiwan's "United Daily News" recently published a report on Yingtan City, Jiangxi Province, introducing the local Taoist history and culture.
The report pointed out that Longhu Mountain in Yingtan City, Jiangxi Province is a famous mountain in ancient and modern times depicted in the opening chapter of "Water Margin".
Chinese Taoism is divided into Zhengyi School and Quanzhen School. Zhengyi School is also known as Zhengyi School and Zhengyi School.
Longhu Mountain is the ancestral court of Zhengdao. When Taoism was prosperous, 10 Dao Palaces, 81 Dao Temples, 50 Dao Yuanyuans and 10 Dao Nunneries were built successively.
Among them, the most important ones are the Grand Shangqing Palace, Tianshifu, and Zhengyiguan.
In the middle of the Eastern Han Dynasty, Zhang Daoling (Zhang Tianshi), the founder of Zhengdao, once made alchemy in Longhu Mountain. It is said that "the alchemy is formed and the dragon and tiger appear", hence the name of the mountain.
Zhang Sheng, the fourth-generation grandson of Zhang Daoling, settled here during the Three Kingdoms or the Western Jin Dynasty. After that, the descendants of Zhang Tianshi lived in Longhu Mountain.
The grand entrance of Tianshi Mansion.
Image source: Taiwan "United Daily News"
The Grand Shangqing Palace is the place where Zhang Tianshi has been engaged in major dharma activities such as interpreting and performing methods, preaching, and teaching. Influence, is "the first palace of Chinese Taoism".
The Tianshi Mansion is the general administration of the Taoist affairs of the past dynasties, and the place where Zhang Tianshi lived and lived.
Zhengyiguan is the symbol of Zhengyi's ancestral courtyard, and it enjoys the reputation of "every day and night, the kingdom of feathers, the elixir of spring and autumn".