Guan yu

General Han Xin "The blade of divine hatred". The general tasked with finding Eldor Gardarian and having him executed for his crimes. Also has a furious hatred of all monk orders that do not directly obey the Emperor's rules and edicts. It is rumoured that he consorts with Kuei-kin (vampires), demons, devils and other evil beings.

General Han Xin "The blade of divine hatred". The general tasked with finding Eldor Gardarian and having him executed for his crimes. Also has a furious hatred of all monk orders that do not directly obey the Emperor's rules and edicts. It is rumoured that he consorts with Kuei-kin (vampires), demons, devils and other evil beings.

[303 Toys 1/6 China series Guan Yu (Yunchang)]

[303 Toys 1/6 China series Guan Yu (Yunchang)]

A painting of Guan Yu – the Chinese God of War and Wealth. Guan Yu live during the downfall of the Han Dynasty and became a general in the subsequently emerging Han Shu kingdom. Today Guan Yu is considered a deity and symbol of righteousness.

A painting of Guan Yu – the Chinese God of War and Wealth. Guan Yu live during the downfall of the Han Dynasty and became a general in the subsequently emerging Han Shu kingdom. Today Guan Yu is considered a deity and symbol of righteousness.

Chinese Bronze Warrior Statue/ Feng Shui Lucky Dragon Guan Gong Guan Yu Warrior God Statue/ Chinese Warrior Statue/ Antique Asian Art by VintageGlassRevival on Etsy

Chinese Bronze Warrior Statue/ Feng Shui Lucky Dragon Guan Gong Guan Yu Warrior God Statue/ Chinese Warrior Statue/ Antique Asian Art by VintageGlassRevival on Etsy

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In the Western world, Guan Yu is sometimes called the Taoist God of War, probably because he is one of the most well-known military generals worshipped by the Chinese people. This is a misconception of his role, as, unlike the Greco-Roman deity Mars or the Norse god Týr, Guan Yu, as a god, does not necessarily bless those who go to battle but rather, people who observe the code of brotherhood and righteousness.

In the Western world, Guan Yu is sometimes called the Taoist God of War, probably because he is one of the most well-known military generals worshipped by the Chinese people. This is a misconception of his role, as, unlike the Greco-Roman deity Mars or the Norse god Týr, Guan Yu, as a god, does not necessarily bless those who go to battle but rather, people who observe the code of brotherhood and righteousness.

"Guan Yu" Tattoo Design ©2014 CUSTOM TATTOO DESIGN ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

"Guan Yu" Tattoo Design ©2014 CUSTOM TATTOO DESIGN ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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