Over five thousand years ago, in ancient China, there was a Taoist immortal who was prince of Jingle state. When he was 15 he rejected his crown and journeyed to the Wudang Mountains, to what is now called Prince Slope, to cultivate himself under the guidance of the sage Zi Qi. The prince spent 42 years cultivating in the Wudang Mountains. After overcoming many difficulties, unexpected hardships and through the revelations of a goddess, he floated up to heaven to enjoy eternal life. He was bestowed with the title of Tai Yee immortal, and was later called Zhen Wu Greatness. Thereafter the Taoist immortal Zhen Wu shaped Wudang Mountains' culture as much as geology shaped their topography.