Sanlao, known as Laoxi in ancient times, is located 68 kilometers south of Xingguo County, Jiangxi Province, adjacent to Yudu and Ningdu. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties and even during the Republic of China, the five counties of Yudu, Ruijin, Shicheng and Ningdu were the main throats for entering Fujian, and the folk customs were simple and simple. There is a bazaar in this village where people can trade freely. It is also a distribution center for ancient small commodities. There are numerous mountain ranges, strange peaks, beautiful bamboos and verdant pine trees, hundreds of birds flying, springs, springs, surrounded by villages, eight wonders, forests and ancient stones, it is really an excellent place for people to live and live. As far as feng shui is concerned, eastern wood, southern fire, western gold, northern water, central Wu has soil, and the five elements are in place. The scripture goes: The five elements are absolutely clear, and there must be saints. The horses in the south are like a god, and the peaks of the east are like a stroke of the Han. The curtains are in the northwest. It’s no wonder that Yang Gong chose this place to start a business with Zeng Wenyuan. Although this place cannot produce sages, but there are many wise and knowledgeable people, there are compasses in front of this place and umbrellas in the back, and future generations will be able to inherit their mantle. , Universal help the world.
After Zeng Wenyuan moved here in the second year of Tang Zhonghe, he and Yang Gong traveled all over the country, serving the rites of his disciples, and Yang Gong also devoted what he learned and taught them carefully. Zeng Gong has become his avenue. The master and apprentice will return to Qiluo Creek, and enjoy the eight places of the Three Lao and eight places of victory, and the San Lao and Eight Views are named after this. Yang Gong wrote several volumes of masterpieces such as “Qing Nang Olympic Language”, “Tian Yu Jing” and “Bao Zhao Jing”, and Zeng Gong wrote “Qing Nang Preface” and “Eight Fen Song” and other feng shui classics. From then on, Zenggong’s descendants reproduced in the Sanlao, and Wen Yigong was revered as the first ancestor of the Zeng clan of Sanlao. Humanities are flourishing, and famous people come forth in large numbers. For example, during the Ming Yongle period, he was instructed to open up the Ming Dynasty Tombs, which is now the Ming Tombs, Zeng Bangmin, Zeng Hebin, Zeng Guorui, Zeng Yongzhang, and a large number of national teachers. The reputation of learning is admired by the public and the world is famous. Since ancient times, many celebrities and scholars have been attracted here to visit, study, trace the origins of geography, and explore the roots of geomantic omen. They look up to the first monument here, leaving many magnificent chapters.
Many famous Fengshui masters of the Zeng family have left many immortal masterpieces during Song, Yuan, Ming, Qing and Republic of China, such as: Dunxutang, Ruowentang, Lanxitang, Serpentine Temple, Cunxuetang, Jialetang, Liangbi Tang, Xuqiaotang, Chengentang, tiger-shaped tomb, Luoshan Cemetery, fish bag sand, Guanyin watching the sea, turtles and snakes meeting, Han Po to the fire, gold hairpin inserted backwards, nine loach nests, crows falling into the ocean, conch Shaped tombs, goose-shaped tombs and so on.
At present, the local government has declared it as a world intangible cultural heritage and has been listed as a national tourist attraction. With the strong support of the local government leaders and the efforts of all the people in San Lao, San Lao will be presented in front of experts, scholars and domestic and foreign tourists with a brand-new appearance. The people of Sanlao warmly welcome people from all walks of life to explore the mysterious Fengshui culture of Sanlao. Sanlao will be well-known as the first village of Fengshui culture in China.
Written by Sun Xianhui of the 38th Generation
The People’s Republic of China AD 2011