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... Text to be formatted | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] Full DjVu online at Univ. of Georgia The Dragon in China and Japan Dr. M. W. VISSER Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetense to Amsterdam AFDELING LETTERKUNE NIEUWE REEKS DEEL XIII No. 2 Amsterdam Johannes Muller PREFACE. The student of Chinese and Japanese religion and folklore soon discovers the mighty influence of Indian thought upon the Far-Eastern mind. Buddhism introduced a great number of Indian, not, especially Buddhist, conceptions and legends, clad in a Buddhist garb, into the eastern countries, in China. Taoisrn was ready to gratefully take up these foreign elements which in many respects reseualded its own ideas ...
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... became a contributor to the Pall Plall Gazette, then under the able editorship of Mr. Frederick Greenwood. While so engaged, in what might be called his leisure hours, he had sent to him for review, M. Aims Humbert's japons Ilitisti,,f , a work which so interested him that he at once resolved to study Japanese in order to explore the field of inquiry thus opened to his vices. His first studies in that difficult language were made under the competent guidance of Professor Summers, by whom he was introduced to Mr. W. G. Aston, the accomplished Japanese scholar' then attached to the British Embassy in Japan. The friendship # then ...
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... © June, 1975 by John V. Myers and Lewis M. Greenberg Prologue No one who critically examines mythic texts with Velikovskian eyes can fail to be impressed by the tenacity with which clues to the true nature of a transmuted cataclysm survive the ingenious workings of the collective amnesia. (1 ) So far as we are aware, no Japanese studio has yet produced a film dealing explicitly with either the atomic destruction of Hiroshima* and Nagasaki or the equally devastating firebombing of Tokyo. This fact is, in itself, interesting enough, but we have something else in mind. [* A slight variant exception is to be found in the movie Frankenstein Conquers the World (1966 ...
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... The Night of the Gods Part i | Part 0 | Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 | Part 11 | The Pillar 15. The Axis as Pillar. WE have seen that the dual Japanese Kami firmly planted the Spear in the Earth, and made a heavens-Pillar of it. There was also an Ame hitotsu-bashira, Heaven's One-Pillar, which was an archaic name of the island of Iki1And there was a god of the awful pillar of heaven, Ame no Mi-Hashira no kami 2 and an awful Earth-Pillar, kuni no Mi-Hashira. This conversion of the nu-hoko ...
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... " True Key " General statement The " Mountain of the World " The same in Egyptian Mythology In the Akkadian, Assyrian, and Babylonian In the Chinese In the Indo-Aryan In the Buddhistic In the Iranian In the Greek and Roman The Underworld Cautions as to interpretation The chorography of Christian hymns CHAPTER II. THE CRADLE OF THE RACE IN ANCIENT JAPANESE THOUGHT. The most ancient Japanese book Japanese cosmogony lzanagi's spear " The Island of the Congealed Drop " Sir Edward Reed places it at the Pole . Mr. Griffis reaches the same conclusion CHAPTER III. THE CRADLE OF THE RACE IN CHINESE THOUGHT. The Tauist paradise Descriptions The stupendous world-pillar Connects the terrestrial and celestial paradises. Same idea ...
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... were also used in journeys, and indeed it stands to reason that the land-traveller's use of the magnet may well have been older than the mariner's. Here are figured after Klaproth these little mannequins, one C the Chinese in jade (16 inches high), from Wang We's cyclopedia the Santsai t'u-hwuy (1609); the other J the Japanese, from the great Japanese Encyclopedia (vol. 33), but doubtless there copied from a Chinese print. These figures were also used for laying out temples, as the Chinese cyclopedia (v .10) says: " In the years Yanyow (1314 to 1320 A.D .) it was desired to fix the aspect ...
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... Axis as Spear, Pike, or Pal. The God Picus. Divine names in Pal-. The Rod and Rhabdomancy. The Fleur-de-Lis at the Axis-point. The Trident. The ?orn and ?rph of Kronos. Divine Names in Harp- and Dor-. 1. The Spear, Pike, or Pal. IN the cosmogony which the Japanese fondly believe to be purely native, all the heavenly gods, the Kami, designate two of their number, Izanagi and Izanami, male and female, brother and sister, to " 'make, consolidate, and give birth" to the land of Japan. For this purpose they are provided with a heavenly spear made of " ...
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... and koku, black, is the colour of the North, for which reason DaiKoku wears a black cap,33 which is not wholly unknown to our own judges. Did a judge, who took the place of the supreme judge, also wear his cap and did he wear it because he was ordering a supreme human sacrifice? The Japanese purely Buddhist Yemma, or Yemma O or Yemma Dai O,34 presents a doublet of DaiKoku. Yemma wears "a cap like a judge's beret" arid is the Indian Vedic Yama, the first man and therefore the first and king and judge and god of the dead. Yama is "regent of the South quarter, in ...
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... on the remarkable Jomon culture, a long period of history once designated as hunter-gatherer and preceding the arrival of immigrants that brought a farming way of life from Korea. The Jomon people are thought to have been non-Mongoloid, if I remember rightly but Hancock does not mention this. I remember reading somewhere that the Jomon people were related to the Japanese minority known as the Ainu and a certain amount of mixing occurred after the arrival of the farmers. Japanese archaeologists have discovered that the Joman culture was not as backward as previously thought. They may have used stone tools but they are the earliest known people anywhere in the world to make and use pottery. They even cultivated rice - ...
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... The Night of the Gods Part i | Part 0 | Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 | Part 11 | Polar Myths. Rock of Ages 2. The Rock of Ages THE Japanese heavens-Rock Dwelling, ame-no-Iha Ya, in the Kozhiki (i , 16) must I think be taken to be the spot in the heavens which is fixed and eternal as a rock-that is the Northern celestial centre wherein the axis is unshakeably fixed. This is confirmed by the fact that the Iha Ya is "near the source of the peaceful heavens-River" (i , ...
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