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This sub-forum is intended to be an area to write and read about people who make up the tapestry of daoism, whether they lived, are legend, and to include spirit/deities.  


This is not necessarily meant to be a discussion area as much as a place to share, recognize, and reflect on those who contributed to the idea we might call, daoist history.   


I would say we should go all the way back to Fuxi and Nuwa as applicable so we can include the pre- 'daoism' stage most associate with Laozi.

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