The Legend Of Jade Sword - Netflix

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"Mang Ji Ji" animation is Hua Wei • Shenzhen City, the first wave of Network Technology Co., Ltd. independent production of a domestic Xianxian animation series. The play based on the original starting point of literature Platinum writer "I eat tomatoes," the same name novel adaptation, tells the protagonist Ji Ning with modern memory reincarnation to the vast world after all kinds of fortune. In the new world, the law of the jungle, the king of the kingdom of the world every day in the impact of Ji Ning. In order to protect the family, love, in order to maintain the stability of the tribe, Ji Ning had to give up the lazy and comfortable attitude of life, choose to face a variety of experience and test, fast growing

The Legend Of Jade Sword - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Chinese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 12 minutes

Premier: 2015-08-31

The Legend Of Jade Sword - List of mythological objects - Netflix

Mythological objects encompass a variety of items (e.g. weapons, armour, clothing) found in mythology, legend, folklore, tall tale, fable, religion, and spirituality from across the world. This list will be organized according to the category of object.

The Legend Of Jade Sword - Ships from Egyptian mythology - Netflix

Atet, the solar barge of the sun god Ra. It was also known as the Mandjet (Egyptian for “The Boat of Millions of Years”) and, during the night, as the Mesektet. Matet, (Growing Stronger), the first of two boats traveled in by Ra, the sun god as he traveled the sky daily with the sun on his head. During the period between dawn and noon, Ra occupies the Matet boat. Seqtet, (Growing Weaker), the second six hours of the day (from noon till dusk) in Ancient Egyptian belief. It was preceded by the Matet boat. The Seqtet boat is represented by the Sun as Ra, and Ra as a boat since it sails across the sky like a boat on water. Neshmet, a vessel belonging to the god Nun. Osiris was transported in it on the river Nile during the Osiris festival at Abydos. Hennu (also Hennu boat and Henu), the boat of the god Seker. Depending on the era or the prevailing dynasty of Egypt, the Hennu sailed toward either dawn or dusk.

The Legend Of Jade Sword - References - Netflix