TAO TSANG


TAO TSANG
   the CANON of TAOISM which contains over 1,120 books
   the date and authorship are generally unknown. They use ESOTERIC language and were first collected together around 745 B.C. for use by initiates.

Concise dictionary of Religion. 2012.

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