毛沢東のフォークロア : 墓地風水と帝王伝説をめぐって

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毛沢東のフォークロア : 墓地風水と帝王伝説をめぐって
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Folklore on Mao Zedon : Concerning tomb Feng Shui and Emperor Legend
著者
氏名 加藤 千代
ヨミ カトウ チヨ
別名 KATO Chiyo
キーワード
真龍地
葬書
感応
共時性
天人感応
人祖感応
感生帝
権力循環
抄録

  The Tomb Feng Shui tells that a descendant will become an emperor, if a tomb is built at a place, named Zhen Long Di (the place of real dragons), where especially good qi (positive energy) is concentrated. It is said that Mao Zedong is a case in point: he got the power because the tomb of his grandfather was situated at Zhen Long Di. This paper analyses eleven kinds of legend of Zhen Long Di, which have been ignored in the folklore studies, and compares them with the famous legend of Gan Sheng Di (an emperor who is born, corresponding to Heaven). In the legend of Zhen Long Di, people have the decisive role in making an emperor or enjoying power and fortune by finding a good graveyard and holding services for his ancestors: the good qi from the land is said to correspond to the descendants through a tomb or bones of their ancestors. I will conceptualize this crucial role of people by the term of Ren Zu Ganying (correspondence between people and ancestors) and contrast it to Tian Ren Ganying (correspondence between Heaven and people) in the legend of Gan Sheng Di, where Heaven plays the main role. Then this paper will argue existence of a belief in revolutionary power-changes by Ren Zu Ganying at very root both of the obsession of people to the Feng Shui of tombs and of the spread of this legend over a wide area.

掲載雑誌名
広島国際研究 = Hiroshima Journal of International Studies
9
開始ページ
91
終了ページ
109
出版年月日
2003-11
出版者
広島市立大学国際学部
ISSN
13413546
NCID
AN10485683
本文言語
日本語
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学術雑誌論文
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hiroshima-cu