I Shall Seal the Heavens - chapter-807
Planet South Heaven. The vast Eastern Lands.
In the middle of a seemingly endless range of mountains was an area that
was considered a forbidden zone by Eastern Lands cultivators. Even Dao
Seeking cultivators who entered it would never come back out. According
to rumor, there were fearsome entities inside that stopped countless
explorers in their tracks and made it so that no one dared to ever enter.
Even a Patriarch of the Ji Clan had on one occasion led a group in to
search for the Karma within. However, the entire force was completely
wiped out except for the Patriarch, who fled back to warn the Eastern
Lands’ Ji Clan to never again set foot inside the area.
Actually, that Patriarch still resided in the Ji Clan. He was the peak
Immortal Realm young man who had just recently lost his arms!
Even he was incapable of penetrating the depths of the mountain range. En
route, his force was completely rocked by the restrictive spells. This
place was a mystery relating to the lands of South Heaven, and as such,
the Ji Clan Patriarch did not report the matter to his superiors. He knew
that… there were far too many terrifying aspects to the place.
He never attempted to enter the place again. As far as he was concerned,
the only way to do so was by use of incredibly powerful clan treasures.
Without such treasures, it was simply impossible.
However, such powerful clan treasures were few and far between.
Furthermore, considering his status in the clan, it didn’t matter that
he was in charge of the forces on Planet South Heaven. He still did not
have access to such things. The Immortality Bestowal Dais was one such
treasure, but it possessed its own consciousness and was not something
that he could wield by means of force. Other treasures… were only
bestowed upon Chosen disciples of the clan.
No one really understood why Planet South Heaven was so unique. There was
actually no single power that held complete sway. Even the Ji Clan’s
dominant position was maintained only by the threat of their clan’s
military might. It was a sharp contrast to Planet East Victory, where the
Fang Clan occupied half of the planet, and yet could easily take over the
entire planet if they wished.
In the lands of South Heaven, there were four main areas, each with their
own core Daoist teachings and doctrines. If one investigated the matter,
it became obvious that… most of the sects on South Heaven did not
actually originate there. The majority were auxiliary branches of sects
that existed outside the lands of South Heaven.
It was as if most major powers wished to leave some of their core Daoist
teachings and doctrines behind there.
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Furthermore, it was in the lands of South Heaven that Meng Hao’s father
had become the Prison Warden of the Ninth Mountain. At first, the word
“Prison” seemed to explain a lot….
And yet, when Meng Hao asked about it, his father told him that the word
“Prison” actually didn’t carry the usual meaning of the word!
Regarding the particulars, he offered no further explanation. His
expression was vague, as if he himself felt that the truth was so
unbelievable that it caused him to be at a loss for words.
In any case, the lands of South Heaven… were completely unique!
Meng Hao had transcended his Seventh Year Tribulation there, and the
League of Demon Sealers had also passed down their legacy there.
Patriarch Blood Demon had hidden there when the ancient Demon Immortal
Sect was destroyed. Even more unbelievable to Meng Hao was that… there
was a mighty mortal empire, the Great Tang!
Meng Hao was even more astonished when he thought about the Tang emperor.
One thing that Meng Hao was very perplexed about was the area beneath the
Ancient Dao Lakes, where he had participated in the trial by fire and
heard the Overseer mention an ancient treaty. And there was… the
terrifying experience of the final level.
The Essence of the Divine Flame!
All of it left Meng Hao feeling quite at a loss. Now, here he was, having
followed the guidance of the Immortal Ancient Dao Medallion to this place
deep in the mountains. When he caught sight of that ancient temple, his
That was because, all of a sudden, his vision swam and he saw a
completely different and unbelievable place.
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It was a majestic Daoist rite temple that stretched seemingly without
end. Mountain peaks, vegetation, everything around him vanished. He now
stood on the green limestone-paved main square of that enormous temple.
Countless figures sat cross-legged around him, and each was so powerful
that Meng Hao couldn’t help but gasp. They seemed like innumerable
Immortal Divinities sitting there in meditation. The music of great Daos
floated around in all directions, and the sun and moon trembled in the
sky as if here, in this place, they were incapable of emitting any light.
In the middle of the Daoist rite temple was an altar, upon which an old
man sat cross-legged. He exuded the air of a transcendent being, and a
faint smile could be seen on his lips as he gave a sermon on the Dao. His
voice was muffled and indistinct and seemed to harmonize with and meld
into Heaven and Earth. Meng Hao couldn’t quite make out what he was
saying, but he could see that many of the people who were listening to
his sermon seemed to be gaining enlightenment.
It was at this point that the old man lifted his right hand up into the
air, waved it about… and caused an enormous “Immortal 仙”
character to appear!
It was was an azure “Immortal 仙” character!
It was simply a character, and yet it caused all the colors in Heaven and
Earth to fade. The sun and moon dimmed, and Heaven and Earth seemed to
prostrate themselves in worship to it in much the same way that people
Meng Hao trembled as he looked around at the terrifying world around him.
Each green slab of limestone beneath his feet seemed to emanate an
indescribable energy filled with Immortal qi. The intensity of that
Immortal qi was difficult to even comprehend.
Also visible in the Daoist rite temple were nine gigantic cauldrons
scattered about in different locations. Puffs of green smoke wafted out
of them, and numerous worlds could be seen inside the smoke as it swirled
up into the air.
Up in the sky… were heavenly bodies. A river of stars flowed; the sun
and moon rose and fell. Even more unbelievable was that almighty figures
could be seen flying about up in the sky. Occasionally, they would
stretch out a hand and pluck a star out of the river of stars! It would
then be refined by a massive illusory hand. When the hand returned to its
owner, the star would be a glittering treasure in that person’s palm!
There were other people who stamped their feet onto the ground, causing
massive rifts to appear. Subterranean fire would rise up and transform
into living creatures which resembled Earth spirits. The cultivators
would snatch them up and then use them to pull war chariots that screamed
through the sky, chariots to which were harnessed thousands of Earth
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There was one man up in the sky who laughed heartily then spoke a few
words. Popping sounds could be heard as his body grew rapidly. In the
blink of an eye, he was so large that you couldn’t even see his entire
body. The only thing that could be seen… was a toe that seemed to fill
the entire world as far as the eye could see!
As for how large his body was, it was impossible to even imagine.
Flying about and plucking stars!
Refining spirits from the depths of the Earth!
Rising up to shoulder the universe!
All of these images swirled together in Meng Hao’s eyes, finally
merging into one… into a dilapidated temple.
The temple’s main door was shut, and the grounds were in a state of
complete disrepair. Portions of the outer wall were collapsed, making it
so that you wouldn’t even need to pass through the gate as there were
“entrances” all around. Through these gaps the inner temple hall
could be seen, where there should have been glorious statues of deities.
Presently, though, all of the statues were in various states of
disintegration. Their former glory now existed only in the praises
uttered by later generations, and their eternal legends had long since
crumbled into a void of nothingness.
There was a bronze oil lamp, covered in layers of rust that told the
story of its ancientness. Oil burned within the lamp, emanating faint
popping sounds. Lamplight shone out in all directions, within which could
be seen the projections of numerous shadowy figures.
Other than that, everything was completely still and silent.
A well could be seen in the courtyard, the bottom of which was pitch
black. Perhaps evil spirits lurked there, but it was impossible to tell.
However, a single glance at the well would leave anyone scared stiff.
Next to the well was a bamboo trellis, covered with dried-up vines. From
the look of it, a grapevine had grown up to cover the bamboo trellis
many, many years ago, providing a shady and cool place to rest one’s
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Underneath the bamboo trellis were some dried up white flowers, which
were completely unremarkable in appearance.
Meng Hao stood there quietly. Everything he had seen amidst the silence
suddenly caused his scalp to grow numb. Were it not for the fact that his
father had instructed him to come here, he would immediately turn around
and get as far away from this place as possible.
His heart trembled, and although he felt no pressure weighing down him,
he found it difficult to breathe. There was no visible danger, yet he
felt an unprecedented sense of crisis in his heart.
Everything about this place was completely bizarre!
Why was there a temple in these mountains? Clearly the temple was not in
harmony with its surroundings; it was as if it had flown here from some
distant place in some age long past.
Meng Hao took a breath, steeling himself, and then stepped forward. After
only walking a few steps, he suddenly heard the sound of weeping. It was
woman, choked with sobs, the sound of which caused Meng Hao’s hair to
stand on end as it floated past. His cultivation base surged with power,
and he whipped his head around to look behind him. However, he saw
There wasn’t even a wind blowing….
After a moment’s silence, his eyes flickered and he slapped his bag of
holding. Instantly, the Immortal Ancient Dao Medallion appeared in his
hand. Meng Hao wasn’t sure whether or not it was specifically because
of the medallion, but now, the place didn’t seem as cold and sinister
as it had.
He carefully proceeded forward until he was in front of the main gate.
The strangeness of this place made him feel that it would be best not to
jump over the wall or find alternate routes to enter. The best way to go
in… would be the straightforward and above-board way.
He waved his sleeve, pushing the door of the temple open.
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He had assumed the door would actually be difficult to open, but it
wasn’t. It creaked open, revealing the courtyard, the main temple hall,
and the well.
A cold wind blew, making it seem as if something was walking past him.
Meng Hao’s face flickered as the feeling grew stronger. He circulated
the Immortal qi inside his body, focusing it on his right eyes. After
blinking several times, he looked around.
There was nothing except for ruins.
Meng Hao chuckled bitterly.
“Dad, what the hell kind of place did you send me to…?”
He took a deep breath and then stepped inside. Overall, the temple
wasn’t very large, nor was the courtyard. Meng Hao glanced over at the
well, and couldn’t shake the feeling that there was something very
strange about it. He studied the bamboo trellis for a moment, and was
just about to walk further into the courtyard when suddenly his scalp
vibrated. He stopped in place and jerked his head to look back at the
bamboo trellis. Panting, he walked over to the trellis and looked closely
at the dried up little flowers beneath it. He couldn’t prevent a look
of astonishment from appearing on his face.
“These…. These are… Resurrection Lilies!” Meng Hao was more than
familiar with Resurrection Lilies and was completely astonished to find
that… all of the little flowers were Resurrection Lilies!
However, these Resurrection Lilies… were apparently just garden-variety
flowers in this place. The scene caused him to breathe heavily; this
place really was… completely veiled in mystery.
Currently, the sky was darkening as evening fell. Meng Hao hesitated for
a moment as he looked around at the dilapidated statues of deities, and
the dust that covered everything. Even the prayer mats that could be seen
were old and worn out, but after a moment of thought, he knelt down on
one of them and began to offer worship to one of the broken statues.
“Bless and protect me, Divine Immortal. Bless and protect me, Divine
Immortal….” After murmuring his worship, Meng Hao felt as if the
sinister air around him had again faded a bit. Apparently his prayers
were effective. As he rose to his feet, a wind blew, and the lamplight
flickered. Dust was lifted up from the ground, causing Meng Hao’s eyes
to narrow. Now that some of the dust had been moved, he could see that
the ground… had an enormous character carved into it!
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It was the same character he had seen in the vision he had experienced
moments ago, when the old man had waved his hand.
It looked completely identical!
When he saw the character, a crude and ancient aura blasted against his
face, almost as if someone was whispering something to him. It almost
sounded like someone giving a sermon about the Dao, an archaic voice
echoing out from ancient times.
However, Meng Hao’s heart lightened at the thought of his good luck. He
sat down cross-legged and retrieved the Immortal Ancient Dao Medallion,
then focused all of his attention on the character.
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