QU-JIANG-WANGAlso known as LI-CHU-JIANG, CH'U-KIANG-WANG
Ruler of the Second Court of [FENG-DU], the Chinese Hell.
On the other hand, the Hell of Ice is reserved for those who have taken liberties with other people's lives. That includes incompetent doctors, kidnappers and arrogant matchmakers. Such crimes are punished by being thrown into cold water and then frozen into an icicle. There you stay for the duration of your punishment. You get used to the cold, but the hunger and thirst are too much to bear.
QU-JIANG-WANG also seems to manage the Hell of Sword Forest. Iron trees grow here — and every leaf is a blade. Lustful souls and rapists are brought naked into the forest, where they see beautiful women at the top of each tree. Unable to control their sexual desire, they clamber up the trees, with extremely nasty — and messy — results.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
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Location : China
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Choo Jee-yeng Warng
Alternative names : LI-CHU-JIANG, CH'U-KIANG-WANG
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