The Tripitaka Koreana


The Tripitaka Koreana

It is the front entrance of the long-length plate which holds the Tripitaka Koreana. It is located at the highest level of Haeinsa Temple and is well ventilated. It is located in the southwest, and sunshine is reflected once in every day while the sun is floating.

I dig deep into the ground and put sand, celery, and clay on the bottom, charcoal in the middle, and salt on the top. I get moisture in the rainy season when it rains and do not rain. It is said that the humidity is controlled naturally.

There is a hole beneath the wall, and the chimney effect causes the wind to circulate between the plates and escape to the top.

It is said that there are 40,000 pieces of chronicles with 22 kinds of Buddhist scriptures carved on the left side and 40,000 on the right side.

 It is said to have been made of mountain cherry trees and stone wood. It is 68 or 78 centimeters in width, about 24 centimeters in width, 2.7 to 3.3 centimeters in thickness

It is said to be about. The weight is about 3.0 ~ 4.2kg.

Three concentric three-dimensional patterns are found in the West. In the Vatican garrison, in the Temple of the Templars, in the shield of the Crusaders

There is the same pattern. It is said that this pattern is also found in the horses of Mongolian army of Qing Dynasty. Also, in the Notre Dame Basilica,

There is a picture with the same pattern. Unusually, this pattern is found in almost all religions, including Judaism.

                   

It is the central monumental battleground which is located just below the long plateau.


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