Category:Three Pure Ones

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Three Pure Ones 
the three highest gods in the Taoist pantheon, regarded as pure manifestation of the Tao and the origin of all sentient beings: Yuanshi Tianzun, Lingbao Tianzun, and Daode Tianzun
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  • Yuanshi Tianzun
  • Lingbao Tianzun
  • Daode Tianzun
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Los Tres Puros (es); 三清 (yue); Trois Purs (fr); Tres Purs (ca); Drei Reine (de); Tam Thanh (vi); Trīs skaidrības (lv); 三清 (zh); Trys tyrieji (lt); 三清 (zh-hk); 三清 (ja); Sanqing (ceb); ثلاثة أنقياء (ar); Sanqing (id); Troje Czystych (pl); Sanqing (sv); San Qing (nl); 三清 (zh-hant); Tres Puri (la); 三淸 (lzh); 삼청 (ko); Three Pure Ones (en); Tri Puruloj (eo); 三清 (zh-hans); Drie Reines (af) the three highest gods in the Taoist pantheon, regarded as pure manifestation of the Tao and the origin of all sentient beings: Yuanshi Tianzun, Lingbao Tianzun, and Daode Tianzun (en); triopo de ĉefdioj de Taoismo (eo) Sān qīng, Sanqing, San Qing, Sānqīng (de); 三清 (lzh); 일기화삼청, 3청 (ko); Three Pure Pellucid Ones, Sānqīng, Three Pristine Ones, Three Divine Teachers, Three Clarities, Three Purities (en); 三清 (lv); 三清神, 惧留孙, 三清道祖 (zh); Drie Pure, Drie Schone, Drie Reine, Sanqing (nl)

The Three Pure Ones are the only effective Taoist deities, because they're metaphorical symbols of the three main theological concepts of Taoism.