P'an Ku (Central figure in Chinese Taoist legends of creation, the first man said to have come forth from chaos with two horns, two tusks, and a hairy body)

P'an Ku (Central figure in Chinese Taoist legends of creation, the first man said to have come forth from chaos with two horns, two tusks, and a hairy body)
Религия: Пань Гу

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