SS: read about ” chang ” and the archer here .. even the chinese myth attribute “elixer of life” to the moon. in hinduism the moon is called “SOMA” which is an ambrosia that the god’s eat to remain immortal .. that is why some say that the moon goddess were queen bees, the moon being the hive where the honey is, and the stars are the bees . the secret order says in the book of the law that “3. every man and woman is a star” . that is because of the astral light is inteligent and is gravity and the fact that everyone can choose the path to through the moon to reach the sun and live again .. going straight to the sun is the path of death .. just like in kundalini must take path of the moon to reach the sun . over and over and over in myth after myth the moon is that which makes man immortal .

Is the Chinese goddess of the moon. Unlike many lunar deities¬† in other cultures who personify the moon, Chang’e only lives on the moon. As the “woman on the Moon”, Chang’e could be considered the Chinese complement to the Western notion of a man in the moon. The lunar exploration-orbiting spacecraft Chang’e 1 is named after her.

Chang’e is the subject of several legends in Chinese mythology, most of which incorporate several of the following elements: Houyi the Archer, a benevolent or malevolent emperor, an elixir of life, and of course, the moon.

The Long March 3C rocket carrying China’s second unmanned lunar probe, Chang’e-2, lifts off from the launch pad at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center, Sichuan Province October 1, 2010. REUTERS/Stringer

The launch pad at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Xichang, southwest China’s Sichuan province. China’s second lunar probe entered the moon’s orbit, eight days after the Long March 3C rocket carrying the Chang’e-2 blasted off from the launch centre, state media reported. (AFP/File)