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Sun Wukong (Myth) vs Final Fantasy

Discussion in 'Outskirts Battledome' started by Azzuri, Aug 11, 2018.

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  1. Azzuri Well-Known Member

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    This is Buddhahood Sun. He faces all of the villains in the FF universe, starting from the weakest to the strongest. How far does he get?
     
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    has it ever been confirmes if the Milky way galaxy in journey to the west should be considered a universe or galaxy?

    That was a bit iffy because i recall the Milky Way being the size of a universe due to the Chinese limited knowledge of cosmology back then.
     
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    ^ I remember back when emperor was here, I saw tidbits of information about how the Milky Way Galaxy was implied to be infinite or something in Chinese mythology.
     
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    There are multiple scriptures that state it's infinite. I've also read there's a multiverse.
     
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    ^ Chinese/Taoist mythology having a big multiverse, given its level of mysticism from my knowledge, is practically a given. We just have to know if there's a multiverse in Journey to the West (I mean I know Sun singlehandedly wrecked the Taoist gods and other divine armies on his lonesome and it required the Buddha to stop him). And then from there, figure how truly large the Chinese/Taoist cosmology is as a whole.
     
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