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Queen Mother of the West, the Taoist goddess who rules over the western paradise. Head of a pantheon of goddesses and female immortals, in her garden, she grows the peaches of immortality for feasts. She is described as having a leopard tail, tiger teeth, a spool-like headdress, sitting on K'un-lun mountain by a sacred tree preparing the elixir of immortality and being accompanied  by the jade hare, the three-legged bird, the toad, the nine-tailed fox, and in some accounts, an armed guard.

Queen Mother of the West, the Taoist goddess who rules over the western paradise. Head of a pantheon of goddesses and female immortals, in her garden, she grows the peaches of immortality for feasts. She is described as having a leopard tail, tiger teeth, a spool-like headdress, sitting on K'un-lun mountain by a sacred tree preparing the elixir of immortality and being accompanied by the jade hare, the three-legged bird, the toad, the nine-tailed fox, and in some accounts, an armed guard.

Xi Wangmu literally "Queen Mother of the West") is a Chinese goddess known from the ancient times. She is royal, female, and is associated with the west. She was the dispenser of prosperity, longevity, and eternal bliss took place during the second century BCE.

Xi Wangmu literally "Queen Mother of the West") is a Chinese goddess known from the ancient times. She is royal, female, and is associated with the west. She was the dispenser of prosperity, longevity, and eternal bliss took place during the second century BCE.

Wood Figure of Xi Wang Mu, K'ang-hsi Kingdom, 1662-1722

Wood Figure of Xi Wang Mu, K'ang-hsi Kingdom, 1662-1722

The Marutas the stormy and wild people depicted here, 7th c. stone relief from Cambodia. @Musée Guimet 897 04.jpg

The Marutas the stormy and wild people depicted here, 7th c. stone relief from Cambodia. @Musée Guimet 897 04.jpg

Magnificent Gilt Bronze Figure of Xi-Wang-Mu, Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 1

Magnificent Gilt Bronze Figure of Xi-Wang-Mu, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Kingdom

Magnificent Gilt Bronze Figure of Xi-Wang-Mu, Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 1

Xi Wang Mu The taoïst Mother Queen holding the bar Ming Dynasty XV-XVIth century

Xi Wang Mu The taoïst Mother Queen holding the bar Ming Dynasty XV-XVIth century

XI WANGMU | The growing popularity of the Queen Mother of the West, as well as the beliefs that she was the dispenser of prosperity, longevity, and eternal bliss took place during the second century BCE when the northern and western parts of China were able to be better known because of the opening of the Silk Routes.(Mair, 2006)

XI WANGMU | The growing popularity of the Queen Mother of the West, as well as the beliefs that she was the dispenser of prosperity, longevity, and eternal bliss took place during the second century BCE when the northern and western parts of China were able to be better known because of the opening of the Silk Routes.(Mair, 2006)

The compound Buddhist symbols: Shrivatsa within a triratana, over a Dharmacakra wheel, on the Torana gate at Sanchi. 1st century BCE.

The compound Buddhist symbols: Shrivatsa within a triratana, over a Dharmacakra wheel, on the Torana gate at Sanchi. 1st century BCE.

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