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Elements Matrix 1 Eastern Religion Elements Matrix Dustin Robison University of Phoenix HUM 130
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Elements Matrix 2 Axia College Material Appendix G Eastern Religion Elements Matrix Hinduism Buddhism Confucianism Daoism Countries of origin INDIA DEVELOPED IN INDIA AND SPREAD TO EAST ASIA. DEVELOPED IN EAST ASIA, GREW IN CHINA, AND LATER SPREAD TO JAPAN AND KOREA. DEVELOPED IN EAST ASIA, GREW IN CHINA, AND LATER SPREAD TO JAPAN AND KOREA. Historical figures and events HISTORICAL FIGURES: VYASA, INDRA, AGNI, SOMA, USHAS, RAMAKRISHNA, MAHATMA GANDHI EVENTS: 8000-6000 BCE - VEDAS HEARD BY RISHIS, CARRIED ORALLY 3102 BCE – BEGINNING OF KALI YUGA, HISTORICAL FIGURES: GAUTAMA BUDDHA, NAGARJUNA, SONGSTAN, MILAREPA, NICHIREN, DALAI LAMA. EVENTS: 258 BCE – KING ASOKA BEGINS SPREADING BUDDHISM OUTWARD FROM INDIA. HISTORICAL FIGURES: CONFUCIUS, MENG TZU, AND XUNZI. EVENTS: (221-206) CONFUCIAN SCHOLARS SUPPRESSED, BOOKS BURNED (206 BCE – 220 CE) CONFUCIAN CLASSICA USED AS BASIS OF HISTORICAL FIGURES: LAOZI, ZHUANGZI EVENTS: (221-206) IMMORALITY MOVEMENTS QUEEN MOTHER OF THE WEST CULT. (206 BCE – 220 CE) EARLY RELIGIOUS DAOIST SECTS HEAVENLY MASTER HUM 130
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Elements Matrix 3 VISHNU INCARNATES AS VYASA WHO WRITES DOWN THE VEDAS 2500-1500 – HARAPPAN CIVILIZATION 2000-900 ARYAN INVASIONS OF NORTH INDIA 1500 – EARLY VEDAS FIRST WRITTEN 900-700 BRAHMANAS WRITTEN 600-400 UPANISHADS RECORDED 600-1800 BHAKTI MOVEMENT FLOURISHES 711 MUSLIM 200 BCE – DEVELOPMENT OF THERAVADA BUDDHISM.
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