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Lord of Lust & Passion; King of Desire; Wrathful esoteric deity venerated mostly in Japan; associated with the color red; wrathful in appearance

Aizen
Aizen Myō-ō
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愛染
愛染明王
愛染王

Àirǎn
Airan
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愛染

Rāgarāja, Ragaraja, Ţakkirāja, Takki raja (rāga = red)

Aeyeom
Aeyŏm
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애염

Du pai gyal po, Dod-rgyal dmar-po, Chags pa (lit. caught by desire)

** Aizen did not originate in India or Tibet, but rather sprang from esoteric traditions in China and Japan. Antecedents and parallel deities in India and Tibet are listed above, but they hold no formal connection to Aizen in China-Japan.

Aizen, The Impassioned One
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Fudo Myo-o (Fudo Myou-ou); Japanese reading based on Chinese characters
Aizen Myou-ou (Chinese = àirǎn). Beautifully & intricately carved statue of Aizen.

  • Wood = Cypress (Jp. = Hinoki)
  • Centimeters = H 24.5 D = 12
  • The Impassioned One, patron of those caught by desire or attachment. Aizen is considered the god of love among Japan's Esoteric sects, the King of Sexual Passion, the one who converts earthly desires (love/lust) into spiritual awakening, and saves people from the pain that comes with love. In modern Japan, Aizen is also revered in Japan's gay quarters as the patron of love.
  • See Background Notes for more details on Aizen iconography.

Aizen Myou-ou (Myoo, Myo-o), the Lust-Drenched Mantra King


Aizen
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