Mazu

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Mazu Expression, Mazu Soul Urge, Mazu Inner Dream

songs

Songs about Mazu:

songsAmor Prohibido (Mike Mazu Remix) by Robert Abigail featuring Ebon-E from the Album Amor Prohibido

songsAmor Prohibido (Mike Mazu Remix) by Robert Abigail featuring Ebon-e & Royston Williams from the Album Amor Prohibido

songsExile (Mazu Remix) [Feat. Spankj] by Lot & Self D from the Album Exile

songsThe Hideout (Mazu Remix) by Sascha Sonido from the Album The Hideout

songsLove (John Stoongard & Mazu Remix) by Alex M (Italy) from the Album Move On & Love Ep

songsMazu by Bia Bedran from the Album Brinquedos Cantados

songsMazu Awakens by Coldwar from the Album Pantheist

books

Books about Mazu:

booksMazu: Chinesische Gottin der Seefahrt (German Edition) by Claudius Mueller (Apr 15, 2009)

booksMAZU NETWORKS OFFERS DDOS DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY TO CERT/CC.(Product Information): An article from: Computer Security... (Jun 1, 2005)

booksConnecting with the Heart Sutra: Mazu's Heart Sutra by John Daido Loori Roshi (Feb 16, 2006) - Unabridged

booksFirst, Break all the Rules: What the world's Greatest Managers do Differently = Mazu rūru o yabure : Sugureta... by Marcus Buckingham, Curt Coffman and Yoshikazu Miyamoto (2001)

booksMazu Culture Communication Introduction(Chinese Edition) by MENG JIAN HUANG . SHUAI ZHI QIANG . DENG BIAN (Jun 1, 2014)

booksMazu wa, Hitokuchi by Original Haruhira (0010)

booksMazu Wa Koredake Marēshiago: Ichiban Saisho Ni Hajimeru Sankōsho by Takuji Arai (0010)

wiki

Wiki information Mazu:

Mazu
Deity

Mazu, also spelt Matsu and Ma-tsu, is the Chinese goddess of the sea who is said to protect fishermen and sailors. The worship of Mazu began in the Song Dynasty. Mazu is widely worshipped in the southeastern coastal regions of China, especially in...

Mazu Daoyi
Philosopher, Person, Deceased Person

Mǎzŭ Dàoyī was an influential abbot of the Chinese Ch'an School of Buddhism during the Tang Dynasty. His teaching style of "strange words and extraordinary actions" became paradigmatic Zen lore.