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Yao folk religion is the ethnic religion of the Yao people, a non-Sinitic ethnic group who reside in the Guangxi, Hunan and surrounding provinces of China. Their religion has been profoundly intermingled with Taoism since the 13th century, so much that it is frequently defined as Yao Taoism (瑶族道教 Yáozú Dàojiào). In the 1980s it was found that the Yao clearly identified with the Chinese-language Taoist theological literature, seen as a prestigious statute of culture (文化 wénhuà).

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  • Religión popular Yao
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  • 瑶族道教
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  • 瑶族道教, 也叫梅山教 是一个中国瑶族或勉族(主要分布在湖南和广西)的道教分支教派, 还有部分信徒散居越南、老挝、泰国。13世纪瑶族人将汉语道教经文翻译成勉語并与其原本的祖先崇拜和文化传统合并成为一个新的教派。因此,瑶族道教塑造了瑶族文化。但同时自14世纪以来,他们的多神信仰和习俗比汉族道教更保守,并且形成了一些不同的传统。 后来, 瑶族道教出现了类似早期道教的社群主義。 同时, 瑶族道教信仰也被并入了邻近地区的其他宗教习俗。
  • La Religión popular Yao es la religión étnica del pueblo yao, un grupo étnico no sinítico que reside en Guangxi, Hunan y las provincias vecinas de China. Su religión está profundamente entremezclada con el taoísmo desde el siglo XIII, tanto que a menudo se la define como «taoísmo yao» (道教 道教Yáozú Dàojiào).​ En la década de 1980 se encontró que el Yao se identificaba claramente con la literatura teológica taoísta en idioma chino, considerada como un prestigioso estatuto de la cultura (文化wénhuà).​
  • Yao folk religion is the ethnic religion of the Yao people, a non-Sinitic ethnic group who reside in the Guangxi, Hunan and surrounding provinces of China. Their religion has been profoundly intermingled with Taoism since the 13th century, so much that it is frequently defined as Yao Taoism (瑶族道教 Yáozú Dàojiào). In the 1980s it was found that the Yao clearly identified with the Chinese-language Taoist theological literature, seen as a prestigious statute of culture (文化 wénhuà).
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  • Yao Taoist robes preserved at Yunnan Nationalities Museum.
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  • La Religión popular Yao es la religión étnica del pueblo yao, un grupo étnico no sinítico que reside en Guangxi, Hunan y las provincias vecinas de China. Su religión está profundamente entremezclada con el taoísmo desde el siglo XIII, tanto que a menudo se la define como «taoísmo yao» (道教 道教Yáozú Dàojiào).​ En la década de 1980 se encontró que el Yao se identificaba claramente con la literatura teológica taoísta en idioma chino, considerada como un prestigioso estatuto de la cultura (文化wénhuà).​ La religión popular de Yao fue descrita por un erudito chino de la mitad del siglo XX como un ejemplo de profunda «taoisación» (道教 化Dàojiàohuà). La teología central de Yao y la cosmología es taoísta; adoran a las deidades del taoísmo canónico —sobre todo a los Tres Puros— como las principales deidades, mientras que los dioses menores son aquellos que pertenecen a su propia religión indígena de pre-taoisación.​ La razón de esta identificación estrecha de la religión yao y la identidad con el taoísmo es que en la sociedad yao, cada adulto masculino se inicia como taoísta, y el taoísmo yao es, por lo tanto, una religión comunitaria; esto contrasta con el taoísmo chino, que es una orden de sacerdotes que se han apartado de la religión tradicional china. Un sentido compartido de la identidad de Yao se basa además en rastrear su descendencia del ancestro mítico Panhu.​
  • Yao folk religion is the ethnic religion of the Yao people, a non-Sinitic ethnic group who reside in the Guangxi, Hunan and surrounding provinces of China. Their religion has been profoundly intermingled with Taoism since the 13th century, so much that it is frequently defined as Yao Taoism (瑶族道教 Yáozú Dàojiào). In the 1980s it was found that the Yao clearly identified with the Chinese-language Taoist theological literature, seen as a prestigious statute of culture (文化 wénhuà). Yao folk religion was described by a Chinese scholar of the half of the 20th century as an example of deep "Taoisation" (道教化 Dàojiàohuà). Yao core theology and cosmology is Taoist; they worship the deities of canonical Taoism (above all the Three Pure Ones) as the principal deities, while lesser gods are those who pertain to their own indigenous pre-Taoisation religion. The reason of this tight identification of Yao religion and identity with Taoism is that in Yao society every male adult is initiated as a Taoist, and Yao Taoism is therefore a communal religion; this is in sharp contrast to Chinese Taoism, which is an order of priests disembedded from the common Chinese folk religion. A shared sense of Yao identity is based additionally on tracing their descent from the mythical ancestor Panhu.
  • 瑶族道教, 也叫梅山教 是一个中国瑶族或勉族(主要分布在湖南和广西)的道教分支教派, 还有部分信徒散居越南、老挝、泰国。13世纪瑶族人将汉语道教经文翻译成勉語并与其原本的祖先崇拜和文化传统合并成为一个新的教派。因此,瑶族道教塑造了瑶族文化。但同时自14世纪以来,他们的多神信仰和习俗比汉族道教更保守,并且形成了一些不同的传统。 后来, 瑶族道教出现了类似早期道教的社群主義。 同时, 瑶族道教信仰也被并入了邻近地区的其他宗教习俗。
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