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Why does Jade's child only have a daughter? Does Jade need a son?

Many people do n’t know about the daughter of Jade Emperor, and then follow along with the interesting historical editor.

Many people have heard the myth of the Seven Fairies many times, and there have been many film and television dramas filmed on this theme. They are also very popular, and everyone likes watching this kind of breaking the rules and bravely pursuing what they want. The content of things, and in the end must be a happy ending, highlighting a theme of human victory. However, in various myths, no matter how many fairies, the Jade Emperor always has only a daughter and never has a son. Why?

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The legend of the Seven Fairies has a long history, and it has also made a lot of film and television dramas, but no matter how many fairies, three, seven, or nine, they will be regarded as the daughter of the emperor and the queen mother. Let's take the most common seven fairies. The smallest seven fairies are the fairy in the folklore who fell in love with mortal Dong Yong. She is willing to abandon her identity as a fairy because of love. I have lived for ten million years with a set attitude.

This view cannot be said to be the supremacy of love, because in people's understanding, the heavenly court is a very grim place. There can be no love, no passion , but these exist in the world, so these fairies born in heaven After seeing the beauty of the world, I will yearn very much. I want to come to life in the world, and the love between fairy and mortal will be more distinctive . Many people also like this setting very much. Settings to tell the story.

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However, they must encounter some suffering, because their parents, the Jade Emperor and the Queen Mother will stop them, but they have been fighting. In order to win their own love, even if they are degraded from mortals to mortals, they are willing. However, many of these stories appear in operas in the Ming and Qing dynasties. Prior to this, such myths were basically rare. It can be said to be a manifestation of popular demand. I hope to break through the cage and no longer be limited to what I see. To all of this.

Although it is said that in the Taoist mythology, the queen mother and the emperor are not husband and wife at all, and it is naturally impossible to have a daughter, but such a setting has been accepted by the masses and it can be regarded as a development. But they only have daughters, no matter how many fairies, they always have daughters but no sons. Why is this? In the eyes of the ancients, sons are a symbol of inheritance of family business. If a family has only daughters and no sons, it may be capable. He would marry Xiaoyi for no other reason, just to want a son.

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But why is the son so valued in the world that the jade emperor has no son in the myth? In fact, the reason is not difficult, because the jade emperor does not need an heir. In the eyes of the ancients, the son wanted to inherit the family business because he would eventually leave, so he needed an heir, but the Jade Emperor was a god, he would not die, so he did n’t need an heir. In addition, the immortals all have a long life span, not only the jade emperor, but also other immortals, so stability as a ruling group is needed.

The prerequisite for stability is not to change the leader, so that there will not be a power struggle, and the court will be very stable, because everyone knows that there is only one jade emperor, and it is useless to find the heirs, so the emperor does not need a son Already.

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