In the traditional societies, people not only had to manage natural and man-made calamities, but also fought with many diseases hard to deal with; therefore, they were particularly afraid of the power of the nature and believing in there were all kinds of ghosts and gods existing having the power to protect all livings or bringing the unpredicaltar disasters and diseases. People prayed for peace and fortune through the force presented by the decorating objects and believed that they could escape from those hardships and diseases because of those decorations; therefore, those decorations with the concepts to hurry along the auspiciousness and avoid the bad fortune were clearly expressed at the temples or residences. Colored-drawing door god at the front palace of Jingfu Temple, Taoyuan The generals of Cin shu-bao and Yu chi-gong had pressed down the nightmares that harassed Tang Taizong, so they became the martial door gods who were believed to have the abilities to cast away the evil and bring peace along with subjugate the ghosts and goblins. The central beam in the front palace of Yongfu Temple, Sankengzi Bagua (the Eight Diagrams in Chinese mythology) controlled all over the universe and embraced all livings and nonlivings to keep them in balance; installing Bagua on the main beam in the traditional buildings was believed to have the ability to suppress the evil and bring peace. =The stone lion at the front palace entrance of Jingfu Temple, Taoyua The mighty lions conquer all beasts, representing their protection and guarding in dignity. The male lion is situated on the left fiddling with double coins and female on the right carrying the cub, symbolizing beckoning the fortune and enjoying a comforaltar life. The lintel in the main hall of Huang’s Residence at Pusin Village, Changhua A lion bites the Cihsin(seven-star) Sword that Master Jhang used to control the evil spirits with it eyes widely opened, looks so mighty and solemn and it could secure the house and cast the evil away so as to ensure the peace for the whole family. 《 Cin shu-bao and Weichi Gong 》 The door gods of the temple could not only hinder the ghosts and goblins, they are also the heart of the colored drawing arts. During Shangjhou periods, there always had the custom to draw the door gods. Later on, the portraits of the door gods were mostly changed to palace guards; amongst them, the most famous ones were generals of Cinciong (Shu-bao) and Weichi Gong (Jingde). It was said that the Dragon King of Jing River delayed the raining schedule so it caused a drought that people were suffered to death. Violating the heavenly law resulted a penalty of death conducted by Wei Jheng, the prime minister of Tang Taizhong (one of emperors of Tang Dynasty); then the Dragon King pleaded to Taizhong for mercy. However, Wei Jheng unexpectedly killed the Dragon King in the dream. From that time on, the Dragon King came to claim his life every night, and Taizhong wouldn’t be able to sleep because of continual nightmares. The two generals of Cin and Weichi voluntarily guarded the door for Taizhong. How strange was that the ghost of the Dragon King had never showed up again; therefore, Tang Taizhong assigned these two to guard the palace gate. Later on, Taizhong wouldn’t bear to let these two generals suffer, he then asked artisan-painters to sketch their solemn portraits, a standing posture with feet in a Bagua step. Cin Shu-bao is the one with white face, Chinese phoenix eyes and sword in his hand; Weichi Gong is the one with dark face, round eyes and a whip in hand. Paste their pictures on the door to intimidate the goblins. Later on, Cin Shubao and Weichi Gong became the legendary door gods among the people. 《 Fu-si made Bagua 》 One of the ancient Chinese emperors, Fu-si with a honest and wise nature, often observed the works of God and the people respectfully treat him as Tai-hao (a chief). He was put up to be a master when he was 14 and in order to promote welfare for all livings, Fu-si traveled all over Shenzhou (China). While he was at Menggu ferry point, he saw the waves hitting lightly on the shores and the smog rose. Suddenly, a Cilin (a Chinese unicorn) leaped out of water with a picture on its back. There were totally 55 spots indicated on the picture, which was the origin of Hetu (a list of set-up numbers). Fu-si observed Hetu and found out that the numbers of the heaven and earth were just 55 of them; therefore, he used Tai chi and Yin Yang as the positions, then lined up the sequences and directions according to the creating principles of the world: heaven above and earth below, the sun in the east and the moon in the west, mountains suppressing at the north west and waters flowing at the south east, thunder shaking in the north west and wind blowing in the south east. He drew up Bagua. it was said that Fu-hsi had once set up Bagua altar at the capital and built an vessel to stabilize the directions, attempting to over rule all things in heaven and on earth and hasten to the good and avoid the bad.