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【江西省銅鼓縣棋坪鎮顯應雷壇道教科儀 】 作者:藍松炎、呂鵬志

I S B N: 978-957-17-2214-6
規    格: 精裝本 │16開
類    別: 道教類
冊    數: 2
出版日: 103/10/10

簡介

《道教儀式叢書》是勞格文(John Lagerwey)、呂鵬志合作主編的一套叢書,主要出版有關各地現存道教儀式的科本彙編、調查報告或研究著作。經過較長時間的醞釀和籌備,這套叢書將從2014年起陸續問世。本叢書由新文豐出版公司和嗇色園黃大仙祠聯合出版,且出版所需經費由嗇色園獨家贊助。叢書計劃得到了香港特別行政區大學教育資助委員會卓越學科領域計劃第五輪「中國社會的歷史人類學研究」及其執行機構之一香港中文大學—中山大學歷史人類學研究中心的支持。本叢書預定出版14種。

江西省銅鼓縣棋坪鎮的「白雲山先天顯應雷壇」是一個道脈傳承久遠的道壇。根據該壇供奉的「祖師榜」、收藏的科本、立於當地的墓碑以及族譜、口碑,其啓教祖師是活動於明朝初年的道士雷子壽。經過數代傳承之後,該壇在清朝後期傳給戴姓道士。戴姓道士已傳承五代,迄今已有160多年的歷史,現在執掌道壇的是戴禮輝道長。壇班人員皆屬民間散居道士,能舉行大小20多種法事,基本上都是非常傳統的正一科儀。本書首先簡要介紹該道壇的基本情況(包括地理位置、道壇源流、壇班道士、壇場佈置、道壇法器、法服和科本),主體部分完整詳細地記錄授籙奏職、抱患預禳、清平醮儀和度亡超拔這四種法事的儀式流程,最後一部分是對數種道壇秘本的介紹和錄文。書末附錄180餘種贛西北流行道教法事板刻資料(包括經、符、神圖、文書等)的影印件。(《道教儀式叢書》1)

Abstract

The Thunder Altar of Numinous Correspondence of Prior Heaven of Mt. Baiyun in Qiping Township, Tonggu County, Jiangxi Province, is a Daoist altar with a long history. According to the placard of patriarchs and ritual texts of the altar, tombstone inscriptions, family genealogies and local people’s accounts, the founding patriarch of this altar was Lei Zishou, a Daoist living in the early years of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). After several generations of transmission, in the late Qing dynasty (1644-1911), the altar was passed on to a Daoist surnamed Dai. So far the Dai family has presided over the altar for five generations and over 160 years, the present altar leader being Daoist master Dai Lihui. The total altar group comprises scattered, non-monastic Daoists, who can perform more than 20 kinds of major and minor rituals, all of which are basically traditional Zhengyi rituals. This book first briefly introduces basic information about the altar, including its geographical location, origination and transmission, personnel, spacial arrangements, ritual implements and vestments, and liturgical manuscripts. The body of the book gives complete and detailed descriptions of the procedures for four kinds of rituals, namely the register transmission and ordination ritual, the healing ritual, the offering ritual of purity and peace, and the ritual of salvation for the dead. The last part provides a presentation and partial transcriptions of several secret manuscripts. At the end of this book there is a collection of facsimiles of over 180 xylographical Daoist ritual materials (including scriptures, talismans, divinity icons, and documents, etc.) currently used in the northwest of Jiangxi Provinc.( Daojiao yishi congshu 1)