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Shàngqīng (上清), the Supreme Pure One, is, according to Taoism a divine being of the Three Pure Ones who are the highest deities in Taoist pantheon. He is also known as Lingbao Tianzun (靈寶天尊), which means "The Universally Honoured One of Divinities and Treasures" or "The Universal Lord of the Numinous Treasure".
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