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Excerpt:  “The bladder is the night watchman. Pang guang is the word for bladder in Chinese. Pang is a vesseled space, a container. Guang is in a lot of GB points, and is an alternate name for GB 24 sun and moon. The character either means a person carrying a torch, or a person with their head on fire, in which case they may be a human torch. It is translated as light, radiance, brilliance, light bearer.

That is the bladder: pang: a vesseled space, guang, light. It’s a night light. It’s the light in the darkness. It’s the stars in the sky. It’s the campfire in the dark. It’s all about light in winter.”

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