In Chinese lore, Horse Face and Ox Head are two creatures depicted over and over again in the hell scrolls....
"Each is firmly bound and tightly tied,
Shackled by both ropes and cords.
The slightest move brings on the Red-hair demons,
The Black-face demons,
With long spears and sharp swords;
The Bull-head demons
The Horse-face demons
With iron spikes and bronze gavels,
They strike till faces contort and blood flows down;
But the cries to Earth and Heaven find no response.
So it is that man should not betray his own conscience,
For gods are knowing; whom will they overlook?
Vice and virtue will get their due in the end -
A matter of payment early or late."
From the Chinese classical novel "The journey to the West"...
In 'Journey to the West', Ox-Head and Horse-Face are sent to capture Sun Wukong, but he overpowers them and scares them away.
He then breaks into the Underworld and crosses out the names of himself and his primate followers from the record of living souls, hence granting immortality to himself and his followers.
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