RFRK2105–Wu Xing. Wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Five Elements balls. Traditional Chinese Taoism symbols. Three-dimensional illustration.
RM2EJ43Y4–Chinese Genies often referred to as immortals or Xian in Taoism - Tile artwork in Liverpool's Chinatown Area
RMF20YBJ–Singapore, Thian Hock Keng taoism Temple
RMMC874N–Taoism - One of the Taoist 'Eight Immortals- (Pa Hsien). Ts'ao Kuo-chin, who usually carries castanets, and who is patron of the Theatrical profession. Mid-19th century Chinese tile, from a screen
RMCTMY5F–a close up shoot of fruits offerings and joss paper for taoism rituals.
RF2MPB30C–Statue of Zhang Fei, a military general that rose to the statut of door god in Taoism.
RM2B0145T–China: Yuqing, 'The Jade Purity', first of the Three Pure Ones (Sanqing) in Daoism. Hanging scroll painting, 19th century. Yuanshi Tianzun or Yuqing ('Jade Pure One'), 'The Celestial Venerable of the Primordial Beginning' or the 'Primeval Lord of Heaven', is one of the most important deities in Taoism. He created Heaven and Earth, and resides in the Heaven of Jade Purity. According to Daoist beliefs the entire manifested universe is ruled by three original forces: the Three Pure Ones (Sanqing). The Three Pure Ones were brought into existence through the interaction of yin and yang.
RFETMD2C–Yin Yang icon. Meditation and taoism and buddhism. Vector graphic illustration
RMCRDWY6–Dragon, Taoism, Chinese temple on Ho Road, Wat Putaugongmaa, Nong Khai, Thailand, Asia, PublicGround
RF2A2FP8F–Hoi An, Vietnam - March 3rd 2010: Chinese temple. Despite being an Atheist state forms of buddhism, taoism and confucianism are pratised.
RFDN1605–Parchment with ornaments of Taoism
RM2C086HN–3d Yin and Yang sign, Chinese symbol of Taoism
RF2B2AMMW–acupuncture needle on Chinese Taoism symbol.
RFATK43N–Octagonal Symbol of Taoism
RMB35H1T–Chinese writing on Wak Hai Cheng Bio Taoism temple door in Singapore meaning prospertity and eqivalent bon voyage message
RMBBHDJE–Lead-glazed Monumental Statue of Yuanshi Tianzun, Ming Dynasty.
RMCEAP66–dh REPULSE BAY HONG KONG Chinese lion mosaic statues at taoist temple statue china foo dog taoism mazu temples idols
RFM3R5X4–Religion symbols. Silver signs, major world religious groups and religions. Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Shinto, Sikhism, Judaism.
RFW5X3KB–Kaohsiung, Taiwan - July 29, 2019: Xuanwu god statue and yuanti temple on Lotus Pond. Xuanwu god is a powerful god, able to control the elements and c
RMF20YBK–Singapore, Thian Hock Keng taoism Temple
RFPE4EM0–word Taoism printed on white paper macro
RME1B3M0–Small Taoism temple,Taipei ,Taiwan
RMCTX06A–an incense holder and cups for taoism worshipping in chinese community, photo is taken at Penang, Malaysia.
RF2MPAXP2–Statue of Guan Ping, a military general that rose to the statut of door god, as well as sometimes war god in Taoism.
RM2B012E1–China: Laozi (Lao Tzu, c. 6th century BCE) was a mystic philosopher of ancient China, best known as the author of the Daodejing (Tao Te Ching). Hanging scroll painting by Wen Zhengming (1470-1559), early 16th century. Laozi (Lao Tzu, c. 6th century BCE) was a mystic philosopher of ancient China. His association with the Daodejing (Tao Te Ching) has led him to be traditionally considered the founder of Taoism (also spelled 'Daoism'). He is also revered as a deity in most religious forms of the Taoist religion, which often refers to Laozi as Taishang Laojun, or 'One of the Three Pure Ones'.
RMCY1DW4–buddhist temple in Hongkong
RMDH5MN5–Altar, Taoism, Chinese temple on Ho Road, Wat Putaugongmaa, Nong Khai, Thailand, Asia, PublicGround
RF2GPMHJG–Taoism and a magnifying glass on English word Taoism to symbolize studying, examining or searching for an explanation and answers related to a concept
RFF4A23C–Gold Taoism icon
RF2B2AP38–acupuncture needle on Chinese Taoism symbol with ginseng root.
RMB35H02–Taoist door guardian or Menshen at entrance to Wak Hai Cheng Bio Taoism temple or Yueh Hai Ching Taoist temple , Singapore, Asia
RMCB4RFG–Sacrifices are offered during Xiayuan Festival in a Taoist temple in Taizhou, Zhejiang, China. 11-Nov-2011
RMEPWXWE–dh Man Mo Temple SHEUNG WAN HONG KONG Chinese woman joss sticks temple praying china taoism hold incense stick people inner