【Legend】 Mystic Wildman hides in a corner of the world. 2
The hungry bear ate the wormwood and garlic to become a beautiful woman. So what does eat if would like to become a bear?
The legend of the bear woman in Choson.
ve where a tiger and a bear lived together. They prayed to the divine king to be made human. The king told them that only can eat the garlic and wormwood within a hundred days. Due to hunger, the tiger left the cave but the bear remained inside. Eventually, the bear was transformed into a beautiful woman. The bear woman was grateful to the king and loved at first sight. The king took the bear woman as his wife and soon after, she gave birth to a son, who would go on to found the nation of Korea.
The bear transformed into a beautiful woman.
PS, Nowadays, Korean love to add garlic to what they eating and love to add wormwood to the traditional snacks. Could it be the reason for the bear woman?
In the early 20th century, an English scientist found partial hair in the west side Himalayas of northern India and the Himalayas areas of Bhutan. The hair did not belong to any kinds of animals currently after the DNA analysis, however, it was exactly similar to the ancient pole bear.
The Yeti's DNA was similar to the ancient pole bear, and Mongolian had been communicating with the Yeti's for 200 years in history; the bear woman has existed in Choson's history.
The mother of the king who had found the nation of Korea was the bear woman. (Belief in Shamanism to sky, land, and things.)
（PS.: Yeti = ? Ancient pole bear = ? Bear woman = ? Ancient pole bear?）
The historical legend of the Founding of Goguryeo in the Korean peninsula appears in the 13th century by the earliest written records, which was the "Memorabilia of the Three Kingdoms" by the National Preceptor of Goguryeo (His name was Il-Yeon).
The story of legend in Korea:
The divine king - Hwanung came to the world at the sandalwood tree of the Taebaek Mountain (Paektu Mountain) with his 3000 followers and found a country as called Choson. The people in this land had belief in bears and tigers.
Hwanung and the goddess of the bear tribe fell in love; the goddess of the tiger tribe was jealous so she dropped Hwanung and the bear goddess's son from a cliff. The bear goddess who had the power of the Vermilion Bird (fire) lost her mind due to over sadness to burn the whole land. Hwanung called to the White Tiger (wind), Azure Loong (cloud) and Black Tortoise (rain) attempted to stop the fire, however, it was uncontrollable. Hwanung only could choose to kill the bear goddess for saving this world. Hwanung went back the Heaven after he had sealed the Four Guardians and also had a prophecy that said the Four Guardians will wake up again and assist the Choson's king when the star of the Choson king will rise and also the birth date of the new king. After thousands of years, the nineteenth monarch of Goguryeo - Damdeok was born (approximately at the 4th~5th century). He had gotten help from the Four Guardians to blaze a trail and had many battles. He created the strongest era for Goguryeo.
It unified the Baekje and Silla during the Damdeok reign and had a powerful status of the country in Northeast Asia. The areas included a part of the northeast of China nowadays and three-fourth of the Korean peninsula. His accomplishments are recorded on the Gwanggaeto Stele, which is one of the largest steles in the world and this stele is located at the present-day China–North Korea border.
【Knowledge 01】The Four Guardians
The totem worships the first is the bear and then is the Loong in China ancient clan. Long is developed from the animal image of the bear, deer, snake, and so on.
Huangdi was also referred to as "Youxiong" in the myth legend which from the totem of the ancient tribe's last name. Therefore "Huangdi" represents the clan that worships the bear.
The Four Guardians in《Kao Gong Ji included in the Zhou Li》of Eastern Zhou Dynasty are Loong, Bird, Bear, Tortoise.
The Four Guardians in 《Sanfu Huangtu》 (Yellow maps of the three metropolitan areas) of late Western Han Dynasty are Blue Loong (Azure Loong), White Tiger (Bear is replaced), Vermilion Bird, Black Tortoise (Turtle combines with Snake).
The origin is from the worship of the stars of China's ancient era. On the Chinese astronomy, it means that the left is the Azure Loong (eastern wood), the right is the White Tiger (western metal), the front is the Vermilion Bird (southern fire), and the back is the Black Tortoise (northern water).
The Four Guardians of the Han Dynasty have applied the constellation which is the original form of the Twenty-eight mansions.
It also has used the military rows on the battlefield which becomes the protected god during the war.
Korea：it appears the picture of the Four Guardians on the cave painting in the tomb of Goguryeo.
The Azure Loong：It represents an eastern Holy Beasts.
The White Tiger：It represents the ferocious god of war.
The Vermilion Bird：The Holy bird is perpetually covered in flames.
The Black Tortoise：It represents winter.
Japan：It appears the picture of the Four Guardians on the tomb cave painting on the Asuka period.
 Youxiong by Chinese pronunciation means having bear.
【Knowledge 02】Asuka period in Japan. (approximately at the 6th ~ 7th century)
The official country name of "Japan" was appeared in the Asuka period.
The earliest Buddhism was brought into Japan which started at the "Asuka period". The Buddhism of the Six Dynasties was indirectly brought through Baekje and Goguryeo. The Buddhism of the Tang dynasty was directly brought from China.
The meaning of the Four Guardian in the cave painting is to make the souls of the dead to heaven. The Four Guardians act as a mediate between the world and Heaven and act as a protector in four cardinal directions.
Yin = The world, Yang = Heaven, The Vermilion Bird = A bird means that an animal arrives at Heaven.
The Black Tortoise (turtles and snakes) = It means connecting with the world by the ground animal.
The Vermilion Bird has made a way for the soul, moreover, two sides have guarded by the Azure Loong and the White Tiger. The soul will be taken to Heaven by the Vermilion Bird.
The wildman in the forest within the border of China - Hou Er 
The original tropical forest in Yunnan, Guizhou, and Guangxi within the border of China was discovered a wildman by a witness report. On the other hand, it is said that one day a village woman was taken by a wildman while she was on the way to deliver the meal to her husband who worked at the mountain in the Shennongjia Forestry District of Hubei. After she escaped and returned, she gave birth to a son in the next year. The boy was covered with hair and was considered a son of the wildman who was named "Hou Er".
The experts of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Beijing Museum of Natural History considered that Yeti and Wildman of Shennongjia existed and it may be a middle phase of evolution from the ape to humans.
A fossil was discovered as similar to human beings in Ethiopia in Africa too. It was a simulation of her appearance and called her "Lucy", which was a middle phase of evolution between the ape and humans.
 Hou Er is translated by Chinese pronunciation which means Monkey.
The Apeman in the jungle of Southeast Asia - Orang Pendek.
It is said that there was a short apeman (approximately 80~150cm) in the tropical jungle of Sumatra, Indonesia. Local people called him "Orang Pebdek" and villagers witnessed that the apeman had a strong arm, the body covered with black short hair, and lived in a very secret cave.
The Australian wildman - Yowie
The wildman in Australia is called Yowie. The name of Yowie comes from the indigenous legend and the origin is unknown. In the 19th century, a European writer recorded the description from the indigenous people who said the Yowie was very shy or said he was aggressive.
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【to be continue … 待續】
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