Confucius.  He was deified by followers in those spiritually dark ages of China which intervened between the decline and perversion of the Taoist faith.  He had a God concept that was almost completely subordinated to the emphasis placed upon the Way of Heaven, the pattern of the cosmos.  He made a new fetish out of order and established a respect for ancestral conduct that is still venerated by the Chinese at the time of this writing.  Strictly speaking he was not a religious teacher.  Confucius set a new pace for the shamans in that he put morality in the place of magic.  The writings of Confucius have ever since constituted the basis of the moral fabric of the culture of almost a third of Urantians. 
See also: UB 94:6.9-11.