How about changing it? Unless you also change the one you keep close to you, it won't work. At that time, when the "system" was founded, it had been thought that the imperial edict for reserve establishment hidden behind the "zhengdaguang" plaque might be stolen. Therefore, since Yongzheng, there have been two secret imperial edicts for reserve establishment, one sealed in the brocade box, placed behind the "zhengdaguang" plaque of the Qianqing palace, and the other kept by the Emperor himself. After the emperor's death, the former minister took out the two copies of the edicts and opened them together. After the confirmation is correct, he can publicly announce who will succeed him.
(the "secret reserve system" is the system of throne transmission established by Yongzheng. In the Qing Dynasty, Qianlong, Jiaqing, Daoguang, Xianfeng and other four emperors were able to inherit the throne by this way. Now when we watch the Qing Dynasty palace opera, we often see that after the emperor's death, a minister will take out the imperial edict written by the first emperor from the back of the "zhengdaliangguang" plaque, and then proclaim the edict: "the emperor x son is set up as the crown prince", so a new emperor is born, which is actually the "secret reserve system".
In the Qing Dynasty, the system of imperial succession was different from that in the previous dynasties. It was not limited to the degree, such as, and neither was the first son of the emperor. Therefore, in the Kangxi period, in order to fight for the throne of the emperor, the nine princes of Kangxi were brothers, but they were like enemies. They were cruel, so in the Yongzheng period, Yongzheng in order to avoid the "nine sons seizing the emperor" of Kangxi again Instead of setting up a reserve monarch, we decided to adopt the "secret reserve system"
That is to say, first write the name of the prince who wants to succeed him secretly, and then divide it into two parts, one on himself and one hidden behind the board of "Zhengda Guangming". After his death, the two will be made public at the same time, after which the prince can directly inherit the throne.
Of course, there were only four emperors in the Qing Dynasty who inherited the throne through the "secret reserve system". Since Xianfeng, this system has come to an end. Xianfeng had only one son, so it was not necessary to rule together and have no offspring, not to mention. )
In this way, even if the imperial edict of the reserve at the back of the "zhengdaliangguang" plaque is stolen, as long as the one kept by the emperor is not stolen, it will be of no use, and the civil and military officials will not recognize it, so there is no possibility of stealing.
Moreover, the plaque of "Zhengda Guangming" in the Qianqing palace is tens of meters high from the ground. If you want to steal the imperial edict of reserve, you have to be a Wulin expert. If you want, you have to take a ladder. Otherwise, it's hard for you to change it. And don't forget where is Qianqing palace? It's the first palace in the imperial palace of the Qing Dynasty. It's the main hall of the inner court.
In Yongzheng, although it was no longer the residence of the emperor, most of the time the emperor of the Qing Dynasty would read the memorials here. At the same time, there were special guards of the Qianqing palace. So who do you think can go in? Even if you can go in, you will be found, because if you want to go in, you have to knock down these guards. Once the guards are knocked down, you know what you want, What's the significance of changing the imperial edict of establishing a reserve?
Moreover, no one knows who the emperor wants to establish or whether the emperor will temporarily change the imperial edict to establish a reserve, so once the change is found, it is a great crime to deceive the emperor. If the emperor wants to change the imperial edict, there will be no one else except the son of the emperor. If the emperor finds out that he wants to change the imperial edict, he will be severely punished. Will it be banned or abolished. So who dares to take the risk?
Therefore, based on the above reasons, the imperial edict of reserve at the back of the "zhengdaguang" plaque will not be replaced in any case, because it is very difficult and almost impossible to achieve.
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