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RELIGION & MYTHOLOGY

  

 

 

  Wind-accompanying Ear

 

China

Shun Feng Er (fig.), known in English as Wind-accompanying Ear, is a ferocious warrior-deity from Taoism, who ‒together with his brother Chien Li Yen (fig.), i.e. Thousand-mile Eye (fig.)‒ is the servant of Tian Hou, after they lost a challenge and fight with her.

 

In the Jade Emperor Hall at Fengdu Ghost City, he is portrayed in the tou liu bi iconographic style, i.e. with three heads and six arms, and with a different skin tone than usual.

 

  Thousand-mile Eye