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Dr. Littlejohn examines the religious experiences of the masters of the dao and their connections with underground chambers, caves, and grottoes. In addition to linking these activities to seminal texts such as the Daodejing and Zhuangzi, he argues that this connection continues throughout later Daoist lineage histories. He also explores comparisons between Daoist, Biblical and ancient Greek mystical experiences.
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