Inaccessible a feeling of being stuck even if one wants to move forward – I feel Will’s situation coz anyone can lose Will. What can be done ?
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At least now we know the world is guarded.
If one doesn’t know they will indeed become the devil.
It’s one life after all and is it fair use to be bound for so long?
Have no way but we can build the way – at least we will open up paths closed
That this is one life and worth Living
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The legend of Heo is found in Garakgukgi (the Record of Garak Kingdom) which is currently lost, but referenced within the Samguk Yusa. Samguk Yusa is considered to mainly include folktales, legends and myths that have no historical data or support.
According to the legend, Heo was a princess of the Ayuta kingdom. Ayuta a distant country was the Indian city known as Saketa. She arrived on a boat and married the king. She was the first queen of Geumgwan Gaya, and is the first queen of Gaya Kingdom.
After their marriage, Heo told Suro that she was 16 years old. She stated her first name as “Hwang-ok” (“Yellow Jade”) and her last name as “Heo” (or “Hurh”). She described how she landed up in Gaya by explaining that the Heavenly Lord (Sange Je) appeared in her parents’s dreams. He told them to send Heo to Suro, who had been chosen as the king of Gaya. The dream showed that the king had not yet found a queen. Heo’s father then told her to go to Suro. After two months of a sea journey, she found Beondo, a peach which fruited only every 3000 years.
The courtiers of King Suro had requested him to select a wife from among the maidens they would bring to the court. However, Suro stated that his selection of a wife will be commanded by the Heavens. He commanded Yuch’ŏn-gan to take a horse and a boat to Mangsan-do, an island to the south of the capital. At Mangsan, Yuch’ŏn saw a vessel with a red sail and a red flag. He sailed to the vessel, and escorted it to the shores of Kaya (or Gaya, present-day Kimhae/Gimhae). Another officer, Sin’gwigan went to the palace, and informed the King of the vessel’s arrival. The King sent nine clan chiefs, asking them to escort the ship’s passengers to the royal palace.
Princess Heo stated that she wouldn’t accompany the strangers. Accordingly, the King ordered a tent to be pitched on the slopes of a hill near the palace. The princess then arrived at the tent with her courtiers and slaves. The courtiers included Sin Po (or Sin bo) and Cho Kuang (or Jo gwang). Their wives were Mojong) and Moryang) respectively. The twenty slaves carried gold, silver, jewels, silk brocade and tableware. Before marrying the king, the princess took off her silk trousers (skirt) and offered them to the mountain spirit. King Suro tells her that he also knew about Heo’s arrival in advance, and therefore, did not marry the maidens recommended by his courtiers.
Heo and Suro had 12 children, the eldest son was Geodeung. She requested Suro to let two of the children bear her maiden surname.Legendary genealogical records trace the origins of the Gimhae Heo to these two children. The Gimhae Kims trace their origin to the other eight sons. According to the Jilburam, the remaining seven sons are said to have followed their maternal uncle Po-Ok’s footsteps and devoted themselves to Buddhist meditation. They were named Hyejin, Gakcho, Jigam, Deonggyeon, Dumu, Jeongheong and Gyejang. Overall, more than six million Koreans trace their lineage to Queen Heo. The other two were female and were married respectively to a son of Talhae and a noble of Silla.
When some of the Queen’s escorts decided to return home, King Suro gave each of them thirty rolls of hempen cloth (one roll was of 40 yards). He also gave each person ten bags of rice for the return voyage. A part of the Queen’s original convoy, including the two courtiers and their wives, stayed back with her. The queen was given a residence in the inner palace, while the two courtiers and their wives were given separate residences. The rest of her convoy were given a guest house of twenty rooms.
King Kim Suro
T narrates the origin of King Kim Suro, the progenitor of the Gimhae Kim clan and of the ancient state Geumgwan Gaya,as recorded in the summarized, after the universe was created, for a long time on the Korean peninsula there were no names for states, nor those for kings or subjects, except for the nine gan, who served as clan chiefs and led the people. These gan were Adogan, Yeodogan, Pidogan, Odogan, Ryusugan, Ryucheongan, Sincheongan, Ocheongan, and Singwigan. There were one hundred households in all, comprising 75,000 people, who formed communities in mountains and plains, living on water from wells and food from the fields. On Water Valley Ritual Day (Gyeoyongnal) of the third month of the 18th year of the Jianwu era, the year of the tiger, in the reign of Emperor Guangwu of Later Han dynasty of China, a suspicious voice was heard on North Gu ji Peak, at whose calling gathered a throng of two or three hundred people. The voice sounded human but its appearance was hidden as it asked,“ Is someone there? ”The nine chief s answered,“ We are here, ”and the voice asked,“ What is this place I am at? ”and the chiefs answered,“ This place is called Guji. ”And the voice said,“ The Heavenly Deity summoned me for a mission to come here to build a new state and serve as king. This is why I am here. You are to stand at the peak’s summit, with a fistful of earth in your hands, dancing as you sing‘, Turtle, turtle / stick out your head / If you would not do so / we shall grill you up to eat, ’which shall be deemed as your joyous greeting for the great king. ”The nine chiefs did as they were told, singing and dancing with joy. Soon they looked up to find a purple rope hanging down from the sky, reaching down to the ground, at the tip of which they found a golden chest wrapped in purple cloth. Inside the chest they found six golden eggs, round like the sun. All the people bowed again and again in awe and joy then wrapped up the eggs again and headed to Adogan’s home, where they left the chest on a table and each went their separate ways. At the break of dawn the following morning after twelve hours passed, the throng gathered once again and opened the chest, to find the six eggs had turned into boys, their faces dignified. The boys came out to sit on the wide bench in the yard and the throng bowed in celebration, offering their respect and dedication. The boys grew and grew for over ten days and nights, their height reaching nine cheok, their faces like those of a dragon, with eight-color eye lashes and double pupils. The first among the six eggs to become human was enthroned on the day of the full moon that same month, given the name Suro, or Sureung, meaning the first to appear, and his state was named Daegarak (Great Garak) or Gayaguk (Kingdom of Gaya), one among six Gaya kingdoms. The remaining five returned to their respective states and became the chiefs of the five Gaya states. A unified kingdom formed through the alliance of different clans; secondly, it is distinguishable in that the king’s enthronement is directly commanded by a deity; thirdly, Suro’s enthronement procedure is not accompanied by trials or tests, and trials are faced only after his enthronement; fourthly, the progenitor’s assimilation into his reigning group through marriage comes after his enthronement, unlike in the myths of Jumong or Seok Talhae; fifthly, Suro’s tricks are used to reveal his extraordinary qualities that set him apart from the existing population, and thus justify his enthronement whereas in the Seok Talhae, the progenitor’s tricks are used to promote homogeneity and unity.
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