Tsin King

Tsin King
   In Chinese myth the magic mirror of the rulers of Tsin which reflected the inward parts of those who looked upon it and revealed the seat of disease. From the description it would appear to have been some primitive kind of X-ray machine.

Who’s Who in non-classical mythology . . 2014.

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