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The First Man: Son Of Celestial Maiden Fukulun

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This chapter is about the son of celestial maiden Fukulun. In the beginning there were three celestial maidens, namely Enkulun, Zhengkulun and Fukulun according to their order of age. They descended from heaven for a bath in the lake. Right after they had gone ashore a sacred magpie appeared, dropping a fig from its mouth onto the dress of Fukulun. The son of celestial maiden Fukulun's family name is Aixinjueluo, and his first name is Bukuliyongshun. He was born from divine providence and it was his mission to pacify the rebellion.

Keywords: Bukuliyongshun; celestial maiden Fukulun; rebellion



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