Jump to navigation Jump เมีย 2018 20/8/61 search In this Japanese name, the family name is Abe. View a machine-translated version of the Japanese article.
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He was also an astrologer and predicted astrological events. The Seimei Shrine, located in Kyoto, is a popular shrine dedicated to him. The Abeno train station and district, in Osaka, are sometimes said to be named after him, as it is one of the locations where legends place his birth. Seimei’s life is well recorded, and there is little question about it. Immediately after his death, however, legends arose much like those surrounding Merlin. His pedigree was not very clear.
Seimei’s reputation grew sufficiently that, from the late 10th century, the Onmyōryō, the government ministry of onmyōdō, was controlled by the Abe clan. The Kamo clan likewise became the hereditary keepers of the calendar. The mystical symbol of the equidistant five-pointed star, referred to in the West as a pentagram, is known in Japan as the Seiman or the Seal of Abe no Seimei. According to legend, Abe no Seimei was not entirely human. The Heian period, especially the time when Seimei lived, was a time of peace. Seimei so that he could usurp his position. Seimei is involved in numerous other tales as well.
Torii of the Seimei shrine in Kyoto. Seimei’s pentagram mon represents the Wu Xing. After Seimei’s death the emperor had a shrine, the Seimei shrine, erected at the location of his home. The original shrine was destroyed in war during the fifteenth century, but it was rebuilt in the same location and still stands today. The asteroid 5541 Seimei, discovered in 1976, is named for him.