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Sūn Wùkōng ist im klassischen chinesischen Roman Die Reise nach Westen der König der Affen. Er ist eine ambivalente übernatürliche Wesenheit: „als steinernes Ei aus einem Felsen geboren, befruchtet vom Wind. Sūn Wùkōng (chinesisch 孫悟空 / 孙悟空, W.-G. Sun Wu-k'ung) ist im klassischen chinesischen Roman Die Reise nach Westen der König der Affen. Er ist eine. Die Figur Sun Wukong (孙悟空) stammt aus einem uralten Roman aus dem Jahrhundert, namens "Die Reise nach Westen" und gilt als. Perfekte Sun Wukong Stock-Fotos und -Bilder sowie aktuelle Editorial-​Aufnahmen von Getty Images. Download hochwertiger Bilder, die man nirgendwo sonst. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an sun wukong an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops für t-shirts zu.

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After saying goodbye to his friends, the Monkey King set off for the Jade Palace. He quickly realized that because he was a monkey, the other gods would never see him as a peer.

In hopes of finding a way to prove himself an equal, the Monkey King became obsessed with the idea of immortality and devoted himself to the pursuit of everlasting life.

When the Jade Emperor encouraged him to take up other, more fruitful pursuits, Wukong scorned him:. Having been unknowingly excluded from the party, Wukong decided to drop by and was laughed out of the hall by the other gods.

He also made an enormous banner to taunt the Emperor. The Jade Emperor sent a battalion of soldiers to arrest Wukong for his insolence, but they proved to be no match for him.

The Monkey King's victory forced the Jade Emperor to acknowledge his power. Viewing this promotion as yet another insult, Wukong decided that enough was enough.

In a final act of defiance, Wukong ate all of the peaches in the garden. The Jade Emperor was furious, and sent two battalions after the Monkey King.

Once again, however, Wukong defeated them all. Out of options, the Jade Emperor told Buddha what had happened and begged him to intervene.

Buddha immediately banished Wukong from Heaven and pinned him underneath a mountain so that he could reflect on his actions. At first the Monkey King rejected the monk's offer.

Sun Wukong would play servant to no one—least of all a human. After Tang started to walk away, however, Wukong quickly changed his mind.

He would gladly serve the monk in exchange for his release. Grateful to be released from his imprisonment, Sun Wukong served Tang faithfully during their journey to India and cheerfully battled demons whenever the need arose.

Journey to the West has been adapted into film a number of times, and was most recently remade in by Chinese film director and actor Stephen Chow.

In the anime Dragon Ball , the character of Son Goku is largely based off the myth of Sun Wukong, hence his superhuman strength and tail.

Sun Wukong is featured as a character in the video games Sonson , Marvel vs. New World Encyclopedia contributors. Trapp, James. Voices Magazine.

Wikipedia contributors. Handbook of Chinese Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press, He continues on and into a forest. The Monkey King hears a Woodcutter singing an interesting song, and when questioning the Woodcutter about the origin he learns he was taught it by an Immortal who resides in the forest.

The Monkey King comes to the entrance of a temple of which resides a magical taoist martial named Subhuti, who initially refuses to let him in.

The Monkey King waits outside the entrance for many months, refusing to leave. Subhuti is impressed with his persistence and allows the Monkey King to enter.

Subhuti accepts the Monkey King as a student, teaching him all advanced taoist practices including the way of Immortality, telling Sun Wukong it was his destiny to know.

Subhuti later advises Sun Wukong never to needlessly show off his skills, for to do may encourage others to ask him to teach them.

He counsels that if you do teach them, they may go on to cause trouble, and if you don't teach them, they will resent you for it.

He then forbids the Monkey King from ever revealing who taught him, and loyal Sun Wukong promises never to reveal who his Master was.

With that Sun Wukong awakes back in the forest, realizing all the years of teaching had taken place in some form of compressed time trance.

Later, whenever Sun Wukong is asked about his powers and skills, he gives an honest answer when saying that he learned it all in his dreams.

The Monkey King establishes himself as a powerful and influential demon. On hearing that Dragon Kings possess many treasures, and in search of a weapon, he travels to the oceans and finds the palace of a Dragon King.

Sun Wukong barges in anyway, insisting the Dragon King must be confused to turn away a fellow King, and brushes off protests from the guards.

Inside he introduces himself and encourages the Dragon King to bestow him a weapon. Quickly realizing Sun Wukong is quite formidable with strength and powers, the Dragon King feigns willingness and hospitality, ordering his underlings to bring out weapon after weapon.

Sun Wukong tests each weapon, but none are robust enough for the Monkey King who expresses his displeasure at the situation. The Monkey King is the only creature strong enough to wield the staff-like weapon and there is an instant affinity between them.

The Golden-banded staff can change its size, elongate, fly and attack opponents according to its master's will. When not wielding the weapon, the Monkey King shrinks it down to the size of a sewing needle and stores it in his ear.

The phoenix -feather cap was one of the treasures of the dragon kings , a circlet of red gold adorned with phoenix feathers.

Traditionally it is depicted as a metal circlet with two striped feathers attached to the front, presumably the signature plumage of the Fenghuang or Chinese phoenix.

Sun Wukong thanks the Dragon King and leaves happy. Upon his return to the mountain, he demonstrates the new weapon to his monkey tribe and draws the attention of other beastly powers, who seek to ally with him.

The Monkey King, now sentenced to death for extorting a Dragon King, then defies Hell's attempt to collect his soul.

He wipes his name out of the Book of Life and Death, a collection of books claimed to have every name of every mortal alive and the ability to manipulate lifespan, along with the names of all monkeys known to him.

Hoping that a promotion and a rank amongst the gods will make him more manageable, the Jade Emperor invites the Monkey King to Heaven.

The Monkey King believes he is receiving an honorable place as one of the gods as he is told he will be made 'Protector of the Horses' a fancy term the Heavens coined for a stable-boy the lowest job in heaven.

When he discovers the importance of status in Heaven, and how he has been given the lowest position, the Monkey King sets the Cloud Horses free from the stable, then returns to his own kingdom and proclaims himself The Great Sage, Heaven's Equal.

The Heavens are reluctantly forced to recognize his title, after Gold Star advises the highly offended Jade Emperor against rushing into military action to kill the 'brash, rude and imprudent' monkey, counselling that resorting to force to subdue to monkey would be good if they succeed, but asks to consider if they fail, which would harm the reputation of Heaven.

Gold Star advises the Jade Emperor formally recognize Sun Wukong's title, knowing that it will greatly please the Monkey King, but to simply consider him as a pet, bringing him back to Heaven and so ensuring he causes no trouble on earth.

The Jade Emperor agrees after Gold Star laughs that in reality the fanciful title is meaningless and is more of a revealing joke about Sun Wukong's over confidence and ignorance to the important wider works of Heaven.

Sun Wukong is suspicious of a trap, but is happy when Gold Star, acting as an envoy, presents him with the official papers and addresses him as Great Sage Equal of Heaven.

Later, when seven heavenly maidens are sent by the Queen Mother to pluck peaches for the Royal Banquet, Sun Wukong discovers every important god and goddess has been invited to the Royal Banquet, but that he is excluded from invitation.

When he tells them he is Great Sage Equal of Heaven, the maidens giggle, telling him that everyone in Heaven knows that it is simply a title and he is just an immortal who takes care of the peach garden.

Sun Wukong's indignation then turns to open defiance. The Monkey King goes to see the preparations for the Royal Banquet, tries some of the fine foods and then consumes some of the royal wine.

In something of a tipsy state, and while all the important god and goddesses are on their way to the Royal Banquet, the Monkey King roams Heaven.

He reaches high levels the authorities of Heaven leave unguarded, for they can only be accessed by high level immortals with the very highest levels of pure spirituality, something that they never associated the Monkey King with.

On realizing he's at Dou Shuai Palace at the top of the 33 layers, Sun Wukong steals and consumes Laozi 's pills of longevity, Xi Wangmu 's Peaches of immortality , takes the remainder of the Jade Emperor's royal wine, then escapes back to his kingdom in preparation for his rebellion.

The Jade Emperor refuses to accept Gold Star's counsel to find another peaceful way to deal with Sun Wukong and orders his forces to mobilize.

Laughing almost continuously, fully enjoying himself, with a combination of martial prowess, guile and quick witted creative responses to counter many different types of powerful Heavenly weapons used against him, the Monkey King later single-handedly defeats the Army of Heaven's , celestial warriors, all 28 constellations, all four heavenly kings , Nezha , and proves himself equal to the best of Heaven's generals, Erlang Shen.

Eventually, through the teamwork of Taoist and Buddhist forces, including the efforts from some of the greatest deities, and then finally by the Bodhisattva of mercy , Guanyin , Sun Wukong is captured.

After several failed attempts at execution, Sun Wukong is locked into Laozi's eight-way trigram Crucible to be distilled into an elixir so that Laozi could regain his pills of longevity by samadhi fires.

After 49 days, however, when the cauldron is opened, the Monkey King jumps out, having survived by hiding in a corner marked by the wind trigram in which there was no fire.

Additionally the heat from the samadhi fires reinforces the Monkey King's bodily frame, making him stronger than ever before, and impervious to damage.

Sun Wukong proceeds to destroy the crucible and makes his way to Heaven's main chamber, to confront the Jade Emperor and his senior advisers.

The Jade Emperor and the authorities of Heaven appeal to the Buddha , who arrives from his temple in the West.

The Monkey King smugly accepts the bet. He leaps and flies to the end of the world. Seeing nothing there but five pillars, the Monkey King believes that he has reached the ends of universe.

To prove his trail, he marks a pillar with a phrase declaring himself the Great Sage Equal to Heaven and in some versions, urinates on a pillar.

He then leaps back and returns to Buddha's palm to claim his victory in winning the bet. Sun Wukong is then very surprised to then find that the five "pillars" he found are merely fingers of the Buddha's hand, finding it impossible to believe.

When the Monkey King tries to escape the palm, Buddha turns his hand and brings down a rockfall, sending Sun Wukong hurtling back down to earth.

The rocks form a mountain on top of Sun Wukong. Before the Monkey King can lift it off, the Buddha seals him there using a paper talisman bearing the mantra Om Mani Padme Hum in gold letters.

The Monkey King remains imprisoned for five hundred years to 'learn patience' with only his head and arms protruding from the base of the mountain.

The Buddha arranges 2 earth spirits to feed the Monkey King fruit when he is hungry, and spring water when he is thirsty.

Five hundred years later, the Bodhisattva Guanyin searches for disciples to protect a pilgrim on a journey to the West to retrieve the Buddhist sutras.

In the hearing of this, the Monkey King offers to serve the pilgrim, Tang Sanzang , a monk of the Tang dynasty , in exchange for his freedom after the pilgrimage is complete.

Understanding Sun Wukong will be difficult to control, Guanyin gives Tang Sanzang a gift from the Buddha: a magical circlet which, once the Monkey King is tricked into putting it on, can never be removed.

When Tang Sanzang chants a certain sutra, the band will tighten and cause an unbearable headache. To be fair, Guanyin gives the Monkey King three special hairs, only to be used in dire emergencies.

Tang Sanzang's safety is constantly under threat from demons and other supernatural beings, as well as bandits. It is believed that by eating Tang Sanzang's flesh, one will obtain immortality and great power.

The Monkey King often acts as his bodyguard to combat these threats. The group encounters a series of eighty-one tribulations before accomplishing their mission and returning safely to China.

During the journey, the Monkey King learns about virtues and learns the teachings of Buddhism. In addition to the names used in the novel, the Monkey King has other names in different languages:.

Sun Wukong gained immortality through five different means, all of which stacked up to make him one of the most immortal and invincible beings.

After feeling down about the future and death, Wukong sets out to find the immortal Taoist sage Subhuti to learn how to be immortal.

There, Wukong learns spells to grasp all five elements and cultivate the way of immortality, as well as the 72 Earthly transformations.

After seven years of training with the sage, Wukong gains immortality. It is noted that, technically, the Court of Heaven does not approve of this method of immortality.

In the middle of the night, Wukong's soul is tied up and dragged to the World of Darkness. He is informed there that his life in the human world has come to an end.

In anger, Wukong fights his way through the World of Darkness to complain to "The Ten Kings", who are the judges of the dead.

The Ten Kings try to address the complaint and calm Wukong by saying many people in the world have the same name and the fetchers of the dead may have gotten the wrong name.

Wukong demands to see the register of life and death, then scribbles out his name, thus making him untouchable by the fetchers of death.

After this incident, the Ten Kings complain to the Jade Emperor. Angered by this, Wukong rebels and the Havoc in Heaven begins. The peach garden include three types of peaches, all of which grant over 3, years of life if only one is consumed.

The first type blooms every three thousand years; anyone who eats it will become immortal, and their body will become both light and strong.

The second type blooms every six thousand years; anyone who eats it will be able to fly and enjoy eternal youth. The third type blooms every nine thousand years; anyone who eats it will become "eternal as heaven and earth, as long-lived as the sun and moon".

While serving as the guardian, Wukong does not hesitate to eat the peaches , thus granting him immortality and the abilities that come with the peaches.

If Wukong had not been appointed as the Guardian of the Heavenly Peach Garden, he would not have eaten the Peaches of Immortality and gained another level of immortality.

Because of Wukong's rebellious antics following his immortality after being a disciple to Subhuti and removing his name to the book of mortals, Wukong is not considered as an important celestial deity and is thus not invited to the Queen Mother of the West's royal banquet.

After finding out that the Queen Mother of the West has not invited him to the royal banquet, which every other important deity was invited to, Wukong impersonates one of the deities that was invited and shows up early to see the deal with the banquet.

He immediately gets distracted by the aroma of the wine and decides to steal and drink it. The heavenly wine also happens to have the ability to turn anyone who drinks it to an immortal.

While drunk from the heavenly wine from the royal banquet, Wukong stumbles into Laozi 's alchemy lab, where he finds Laozi 's pills of longevity, known as "The Immortals' Greatest Treasure.

Those who eat the pills will become immortal. If Wukong had not been drunk from the heavenly wine, he would not have stumbled into Laozi's alchemy lab and eaten the pills of longevity.

Following Wukong's three cause-and-effect methods of immortality during his time in heaven, he escapes back to his home at the Mountain of Flowers and Fruit.

The Court of Heaven finds out what Wukong has done and a battle to capture Wukong ensues.

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When not wielding the weapon, the Monkey King shrinks it down to the size of a sewing needle and stores it in his ear.

The phoenix -feather cap was one of the treasures of the dragon kings , a circlet of red gold adorned with phoenix feathers.

Traditionally it is depicted as a metal circlet with two striped feathers attached to the front, presumably the signature plumage of the Fenghuang or Chinese phoenix.

Sun Wukong thanks the Dragon King and leaves happy. Upon his return to the mountain, he demonstrates the new weapon to his monkey tribe and draws the attention of other beastly powers, who seek to ally with him.

The Monkey King, now sentenced to death for extorting a Dragon King, then defies Hell's attempt to collect his soul. He wipes his name out of the Book of Life and Death, a collection of books claimed to have every name of every mortal alive and the ability to manipulate lifespan, along with the names of all monkeys known to him.

Hoping that a promotion and a rank amongst the gods will make him more manageable, the Jade Emperor invites the Monkey King to Heaven.

The Monkey King believes he is receiving an honorable place as one of the gods as he is told he will be made 'Protector of the Horses' a fancy term the Heavens coined for a stable-boy the lowest job in heaven.

When he discovers the importance of status in Heaven, and how he has been given the lowest position, the Monkey King sets the Cloud Horses free from the stable, then returns to his own kingdom and proclaims himself The Great Sage, Heaven's Equal.

The Heavens are reluctantly forced to recognize his title, after Gold Star advises the highly offended Jade Emperor against rushing into military action to kill the 'brash, rude and imprudent' monkey, counselling that resorting to force to subdue to monkey would be good if they succeed, but asks to consider if they fail, which would harm the reputation of Heaven.

Gold Star advises the Jade Emperor formally recognize Sun Wukong's title, knowing that it will greatly please the Monkey King, but to simply consider him as a pet, bringing him back to Heaven and so ensuring he causes no trouble on earth.

The Jade Emperor agrees after Gold Star laughs that in reality the fanciful title is meaningless and is more of a revealing joke about Sun Wukong's over confidence and ignorance to the important wider works of Heaven.

Sun Wukong is suspicious of a trap, but is happy when Gold Star, acting as an envoy, presents him with the official papers and addresses him as Great Sage Equal of Heaven.

Later, when seven heavenly maidens are sent by the Queen Mother to pluck peaches for the Royal Banquet, Sun Wukong discovers every important god and goddess has been invited to the Royal Banquet, but that he is excluded from invitation.

When he tells them he is Great Sage Equal of Heaven, the maidens giggle, telling him that everyone in Heaven knows that it is simply a title and he is just an immortal who takes care of the peach garden.

Sun Wukong's indignation then turns to open defiance. The Monkey King goes to see the preparations for the Royal Banquet, tries some of the fine foods and then consumes some of the royal wine.

In something of a tipsy state, and while all the important god and goddesses are on their way to the Royal Banquet, the Monkey King roams Heaven.

He reaches high levels the authorities of Heaven leave unguarded, for they can only be accessed by high level immortals with the very highest levels of pure spirituality, something that they never associated the Monkey King with.

On realizing he's at Dou Shuai Palace at the top of the 33 layers, Sun Wukong steals and consumes Laozi 's pills of longevity, Xi Wangmu 's Peaches of immortality , takes the remainder of the Jade Emperor's royal wine, then escapes back to his kingdom in preparation for his rebellion.

The Jade Emperor refuses to accept Gold Star's counsel to find another peaceful way to deal with Sun Wukong and orders his forces to mobilize.

Laughing almost continuously, fully enjoying himself, with a combination of martial prowess, guile and quick witted creative responses to counter many different types of powerful Heavenly weapons used against him, the Monkey King later single-handedly defeats the Army of Heaven's , celestial warriors, all 28 constellations, all four heavenly kings , Nezha , and proves himself equal to the best of Heaven's generals, Erlang Shen.

Eventually, through the teamwork of Taoist and Buddhist forces, including the efforts from some of the greatest deities, and then finally by the Bodhisattva of mercy , Guanyin , Sun Wukong is captured.

After several failed attempts at execution, Sun Wukong is locked into Laozi's eight-way trigram Crucible to be distilled into an elixir so that Laozi could regain his pills of longevity by samadhi fires.

After 49 days, however, when the cauldron is opened, the Monkey King jumps out, having survived by hiding in a corner marked by the wind trigram in which there was no fire.

Additionally the heat from the samadhi fires reinforces the Monkey King's bodily frame, making him stronger than ever before, and impervious to damage.

Sun Wukong proceeds to destroy the crucible and makes his way to Heaven's main chamber, to confront the Jade Emperor and his senior advisers.

The Jade Emperor and the authorities of Heaven appeal to the Buddha , who arrives from his temple in the West. The Monkey King smugly accepts the bet.

He leaps and flies to the end of the world. Seeing nothing there but five pillars, the Monkey King believes that he has reached the ends of universe.

To prove his trail, he marks a pillar with a phrase declaring himself the Great Sage Equal to Heaven and in some versions, urinates on a pillar.

He then leaps back and returns to Buddha's palm to claim his victory in winning the bet. Sun Wukong is then very surprised to then find that the five "pillars" he found are merely fingers of the Buddha's hand, finding it impossible to believe.

When the Monkey King tries to escape the palm, Buddha turns his hand and brings down a rockfall, sending Sun Wukong hurtling back down to earth.

The rocks form a mountain on top of Sun Wukong. Before the Monkey King can lift it off, the Buddha seals him there using a paper talisman bearing the mantra Om Mani Padme Hum in gold letters.

The Monkey King remains imprisoned for five hundred years to 'learn patience' with only his head and arms protruding from the base of the mountain.

The Buddha arranges 2 earth spirits to feed the Monkey King fruit when he is hungry, and spring water when he is thirsty.

Five hundred years later, the Bodhisattva Guanyin searches for disciples to protect a pilgrim on a journey to the West to retrieve the Buddhist sutras.

In the hearing of this, the Monkey King offers to serve the pilgrim, Tang Sanzang , a monk of the Tang dynasty , in exchange for his freedom after the pilgrimage is complete.

Understanding Sun Wukong will be difficult to control, Guanyin gives Tang Sanzang a gift from the Buddha: a magical circlet which, once the Monkey King is tricked into putting it on, can never be removed.

When Tang Sanzang chants a certain sutra, the band will tighten and cause an unbearable headache.

To be fair, Guanyin gives the Monkey King three special hairs, only to be used in dire emergencies. Tang Sanzang's safety is constantly under threat from demons and other supernatural beings, as well as bandits.

It is believed that by eating Tang Sanzang's flesh, one will obtain immortality and great power. The Monkey King often acts as his bodyguard to combat these threats.

The group encounters a series of eighty-one tribulations before accomplishing their mission and returning safely to China. During the journey, the Monkey King learns about virtues and learns the teachings of Buddhism.

In addition to the names used in the novel, the Monkey King has other names in different languages:.

Sun Wukong gained immortality through five different means, all of which stacked up to make him one of the most immortal and invincible beings.

After feeling down about the future and death, Wukong sets out to find the immortal Taoist sage Subhuti to learn how to be immortal.

There, Wukong learns spells to grasp all five elements and cultivate the way of immortality, as well as the 72 Earthly transformations.

After seven years of training with the sage, Wukong gains immortality. It is noted that, technically, the Court of Heaven does not approve of this method of immortality.

In the middle of the night, Wukong's soul is tied up and dragged to the World of Darkness. He is informed there that his life in the human world has come to an end.

In anger, Wukong fights his way through the World of Darkness to complain to "The Ten Kings", who are the judges of the dead.

The Ten Kings try to address the complaint and calm Wukong by saying many people in the world have the same name and the fetchers of the dead may have gotten the wrong name.

Wukong demands to see the register of life and death, then scribbles out his name, thus making him untouchable by the fetchers of death.

After this incident, the Ten Kings complain to the Jade Emperor. Angered by this, Wukong rebels and the Havoc in Heaven begins.

The peach garden include three types of peaches, all of which grant over 3, years of life if only one is consumed.

At first the Monkey King rejected the monk's offer. Sun Wukong would play servant to no one—least of all a human. After Tang started to walk away, however, Wukong quickly changed his mind.

He would gladly serve the monk in exchange for his release. Grateful to be released from his imprisonment, Sun Wukong served Tang faithfully during their journey to India and cheerfully battled demons whenever the need arose.

Journey to the West has been adapted into film a number of times, and was most recently remade in by Chinese film director and actor Stephen Chow.

In the anime Dragon Ball , the character of Son Goku is largely based off the myth of Sun Wukong, hence his superhuman strength and tail.

Sun Wukong is featured as a character in the video games Sonson , Marvel vs. New World Encyclopedia contributors. Trapp, James. Voices Magazine.

Wikipedia contributors. Handbook of Chinese Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press, Hamilton, Mae. Accessed on. Sun Wukong. Mae Hamilton is a freelance journalist with a B.

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Sun Wukong (孫悟空) ist eine der bekanntesten Figuren aus der klassischen chinesischen Literatur. Diese Messingfigur bildet ihn in einer für ihn so typischen​. Sun Wukong (chinesisch 孫悟空), der „König der Affen“ (engl. Monkey King), ist eine der Hauptfiguren des weltberühmten chinesischen Romans „Die Reise nach. Online-Shopping mit großer Auswahl im Bücher Shop. T.M.R.W. Clothing Kinder Sun Wukong Kleidung, Reise in den Westen Affenkönig Kostüme, cm cm voller Satz von Rollenkostümen für Erwachsene. Hochwertige Wandbilder zum Thema Sun Wukong von unabhängigen Künstlern und Designern aus aller Welt. Alle Bestellungen sind Sonderanfertigungen und.

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