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Kantei Reference Book - Hamon & Boshi By Markus Sesko
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Towards the end of 2012, I published the two-volume project Koto-kantei and Shinto & Shinshinto-kantei, depicting 358 blades from all schools and styles. Recently, I was able to continue with the... More > first Kantei Supplement 1 introducing another 61 blades. In between I received feedback which suggested that a kind of „reverse version“ would be practical. This means a guidebook where specific examples of hamon and bōshi are depicted instead of more or less detailed schematic representations. The result is this small publication which shows about 400 hamon and 230 boshi interpretations. I hope this humble guide will be helpful for identifying specific works, or at least guide you on the right track enabling you to look for further information and confirmation. It also might come in useful for oshigata-based kantei riddles where only the hamon and the boshi are provided.< Less
eKantei Reference Book - Hamon & Boshi By Markus Sesko
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Towards the end of 2012, I published the two-volume project Koto-kantei and Shinto & Shinshinto-kantei, depicting 358 blades from all schools and styles. Recently, I was able to continue with the... More > first Kantei Supplement 1 introducing another 61 blades. In between I received feedback which suggested that a kind of „reverse version“ would be practical. This means a guidebook where specific examples of hamon and boshi are depicted instead of more or less detailed schematic representations. The result is this small publication which shows about 400 hamon and 230 boshi interpretations. I hope this humble guide will be helpful for identifying specific works, or at least guide you on the right track enabling you to look for further information and confirmation. It also might come in useful for oshigata-based kantei riddles where only the hamon and the boshi are provided.< Less
Reincarnation and Misfortune In Old & Modern Japan: An Investigation of Traditional Beliefs and Modern Thought – Including the Hatsushiba Transcripts By Alan Greenhalgh
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This book examines the history of reincarnation in Japan and shows how the idea has developed over time. It looks at exactly what reincarnation is and where it originated. The book also examines... More > reincarnation and tradition, reincarnation and psychology and analyses reincarnation in the context of religion. It offers some curious tales from Japanese history which offer detailed explanations of real incidents of rebirth. The book also looks at the Japanese media and the occult in the modern age. Western views of reincarnation and Eastern Buddhist and Shinto views are also investigated. The book’s purpose is to both inform serious students of Japanese history, Japanese religions and reincarnation and the wider public who have an abiding interest in all things Asian, and in particular the customs and traditions of Japan.< Less
Reincarnation and Misfortune in Old & Modern Japan: An Investigation of Traditional Beliefs and Modern Thought – Including the Hatsushiba Transcripts By Alan Greenhalgh
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This book examines the history of reincarnation in Japan and shows how the idea has developed over time. It looks at exactly what reincarnation is and where it originated. The book also examines... More > reincarnation and tradition, reincarnation and psychology and analyses reincarnation in the context of religion. It offers some curious tales from Japanese history which offer detailed explanations of real incidents of rebirth. The book also looks at the Japanese media and the occult in the modern age. Western views of reincarnation and Eastern Buddhist and Shinto views are also investigated. The book’s purpose is to both inform serious students of Japanese history, Japanese religions and reincarnation and the wider public who have an abiding interest in all things Asian, and in particular the customs and traditions of Japan.< Less
Be a Happier and a Better Person without Formal Religion: An agnostic view with the Christianity and Islamic perspectives By Yunan Prawoto
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The book is written by an engineering professor,who was once religious person. While the vast majority of people automatically and unquestioningly inherit their religion from their parents. he grew... More > up little bit differently. he moved from one place to another where local beliefs were completely different from his. In this book, he is focusing mostly in his personal experience and opinion. He is hopeful that the book will enlighten broad readers. Not only for readers with Christianity and Islamic back grounds, but also all readers with other backgrounds: Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Zoroastria, Sabia, Ismaili, Paganism, Shikhism, Shinto, Scientology and all other beliefs. Humanism is, as far as I know, one of the elements in every religion and belief. It is very thought provoking book.< Less
INT 244 GRAND CANYON WEEK 6 COMPLETE WORK By Jon Snow
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INT 244 GRAND CANYON WEEK 6 COMPLETE WORK Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/int-244-grand-canyon-week-6-complete-work/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 6 Complete Work INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 6 Discussion 1 Compare Confucius’ “silver rule” (“Do not do unto others what you do not want others to do unto you.”) with the “Golden Rule” of Christianity. Is the difference significant? INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 6 Discussion 2 Give an example of how Shinto beliefs and practices have influenced Japanese culture. INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 6 Assignment Chinese Popular Religion Write an essay of 1,000 – 1,250 words that analyzes key issues in Chinese Popular Religion by addressing the following:< Less
eNihon-shinshinto-shi By Markus Sesko
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Als Abschluss meiner Erweiterung Dr. Honma Junjis Standardwerk „Nihon-koto-shi“ folgt nun nach dem „Nihon-shinto-shi“ das „Nihon-shinshinto-shi“, also die... More > Geschichte der shinshinto-Schwertperiode von ihrem Gründer Suishinshi Masahide bis zum während der Meiji-Zeit verhängten Schwerttrageverbot des Jahres 1876. Gleich der „Nihon-koto-shi“ und der „Nihon-shinto-shi“ soll auch hier der Leser wieder ein schlüssiges Bild über die Hintergründe und schulischen Aktivitäten vom Ende des japanischen Schwertes in seinem feudalen Kontext bekommen. Wie schon mit der zunehmenden Urbanisierung der Edo-Zeit erfolgte die Aufarbeitung der shinshinto-Zeit in ähnlicher Weise wie dies schon im Vorgängerwerk „Nihon-shinto-shi“ der Fall war, und zwar beginnend mit den großen Zentren und im konkreten Fall mit der Wiederbelebung der Schwertschmiedekunst durch Suishinshi Masahide, gefolgt von den einzelnen Provinzen, die wieder anhand ihrer „Signifikanz“ für die Schwertwelt als auch im Kontext zu einander abgehandelt werden.< Less
Nihon-shinshinto-shi By Markus Sesko
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Als Abschluss meiner Erweiterung Dr. Honma Junjis Standardwerk „Nihon-koto-shi“ folgt nun nach dem „Nihon-shinto-shi“ das „Nihon-shinshinto-shi“, also die... More > Geschichte der shinshinto-Schwertperiode von ihrem Gründer Suishinshi Masahide bis zum während der Meiji-Zeit verhängten Schwerttrageverbot des Jahres 1876. Gleich der „Nihon-koto-shi“ und der „Nihon-shinto-shi“ soll auch hier der Leser wieder ein schlüssiges Bild über die Hintergründe und schulischen Aktivitäten vom Ende des japanischen Schwertes in seinem feudalen Kontext bekommen. Wie schon mit der zunehmenden Urbanisierung der Edo-Zeit erfolgte die Aufarbeitung der shinshinto-Zeit in ähnlicher Weise wie dies schon im Vorgängerwerk „Nihon-shinto-shi“ der Fall war, und zwar beginnend mit den großen Zentren und im konkreten Fall mit der Wiederbelebung der Schwertschmiedekunst durch Suishinshi Masahide, gefolgt von den einzelnen Provinzen, die wieder anhand ihrer „Signifikanz“ für die Schwertwelt als auch im Kontext zu einander abgehandelt werden.< Less
Schwerter des Nihonto-Club Deutschland 2 By Markus Sesko
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Nach etwas über zwei Jahren freuen wir uns, bereits den zweiten Katalog des Nihonto-Club Deutschland präsentieren zu können. Erneut haben wir mit Unterstützung unserer Mitglieder... More > Klingen gesammelt und katalogisiert, diesmal 31 an der Zahl, wobei auch tsuba und kodogu Einzug in den Katalog gefunden haben. Es sind dabei nicht nur „altbekannte“ und „klassische“, sondern auch sehr seltene anzutreffende Meister wie z.B. Jitsu´a, Ko-Hoki Sadatsuna oder die 3. Generation Hizen-Tadayoshi vertreten. Die Reihung erfolgt in gewohnter Manier, sprich Koto, Sue-Koto, Keicho-Shinto, Shinto, Shinshinto, und Gendaito.< Less
Mi libro de tapa blanda By JOSE MANUEL MOSQUERA
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El REIKI ki, (TRATADO DE REIKI) es el nombre que recibe un importante estudio, poco conocido, asociado al SHINTO SHU, y a la tradición MIKKYO, del SHINGON (BUDISMO TANTRICO), denominado en la... More > tradición esotérica como SHINTO RYOBU o SUIJAKO HONSHIN. Este tratado, para trabajar y curar con la energía, fue escrito en el AÑO 929 por el Emperador Daigo, y explica como recibió esta forma de curar con las manos de un Kami, que después de entregar la enseñanza comenzó a vivir en el jardín imperial. Al finalizar su reinado, sucedieron varias calamidades como una severa inundación en Japón en 929; Y una tormenta severa que azota el Palacio Imperial y se incendia tras la caída de grandes rayos, provocando la muerte de varios burócratas, cortesanos, y tres príncipes imperiales, este suceso según los astrólogos SHICHISEI, era una maldición hecha por el espíritu de Sugawara no Michizane.< Less

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