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Re: LIST OF GUARDIANS
« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2022, 12:56:09 PM »
                                                                   MANGKUKULANG
                                                                      witch doctors
                                             known to practice either evil magic or good magic.
                                            The problem is, there’s no way to tell the difference.
                                   Be warned if you owe someone, this witch doctor or “Mangkukulam”
                                                will be the one to collect your debt or “utang!”

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Re: LIST OF GUARDIANS
« Reply #16 on: February 10, 2022, 01:00:50 PM »
                                                                  NUNO SA PUNSO
                                                       literally, goblin of the mound
                                goblins or elves who live within mysterious lumps of soil (ant hills)
                             provide a person who steps on their shelter with good luck or misfortune   

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Re: LIST OF GUARDIANS
« Reply #17 on: February 10, 2022, 01:09:17 PM »
                                                                      BATIBAT 
                                                      vengeful demon aKa Bangungot
                                   takes the form of an ancient, grotesquely obese, tree-dwelling female spirit
         They usually come in contact with humans when the trees in which they reside are felled and are made homeless,
                                     especially when their tree is made into a support post for a house.
                                       This causes them to migrate and inhabit what is left of their tree.
                                              The batibat forbids humans from sleeping near its post.
               When a person does sleep near it, the batibat transforms into its true form and attacks the person
                                        by suffocating their victim and invading their dream space,
                                              causing sleep paralysis and waking nightmares.
                                       This condition lends itself to the Ilocano word for nightmare,
                                                  "batíbat" (or bangungot in Tagalog).
                                To ward off the batibat, one should bite one's thumb or wiggle one's toes.
                            In this way, the person will awaken from the nightmare induced by the batibat.

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Re: LIST OF GUARDIANS
« Reply #18 on: February 10, 2022, 01:13:46 PM »
                                                                            ANGGITAY
                                                             upper body of a female human
                                            and the lower body and legs of a horse from waist down.
                                 They were the Philippine counterpart to the centauride, the female centaurs.
                                       They are also believed to be the female counterpart of the Tikbalang.
                 They are sometimes depicted as having a single horn in the middle of their forehead, just like a unicorn.
                                       They were usually said to be attracted to precious GEMSTONES  and JEWELRY
                                              Their homeland is believed to be in Santo Tomas, Batangas.

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Re: LIST OF GUARDIANS
« Reply #19 on: February 10, 2022, 01:40:58 PM »
                                          When it comes to myths, folklore, and legends,
                                                Japan is a country with a lot to offer. 
        From stories based on local traditions up to those derived from foreign influence through cultural assimilation,
                       the country has developed a rich collection of tales that are mirrored in today’s pop culture.
                               here 4 Japanies guardians that might be used in decoding Yamashita maps .


                                                                    GENEBU
                                                          Guardian of the North
                            This beast is symbolized by a huge tortoise surrounded by a serpent
                                            that is sometimes seen as its snake tail.
                      It primarily controls the water element and is associated with the winter season.
               Its mythical color is black but some game adaptations tie it in with the royal color, violet.
                          Genbu is enshrined at the northern part of Kyoto’s Imperial Palace
                      and is known as a symbol of purity, long life, versatility, and intelligence.


                                                                  SEIRYU
                                                         Guardian of the East
                                               Taking up the symbol of a blue dragon,
                                            Seiryu visually embodies strength and power.
        Its element is wood and it controls the rain. It is believed to guide the eastern part of Japan, especially Kyoto.
                              In fact, the city’s Kiyomizu-dera Temple has a statue of the dragon at its entrance
                                    and holds an annual festival that honors the sacred beast.
                                   Legend has it that Seiryu once drank from the temple’s waterfall.
                                              It is also the symbol for the spring season.
                                       Seiryu is associated with the colors blue and green.
                     He is a popular symbol of authority, luxury, unrivaled strength, creativity, and ferocity.
                           In some storylines, Seiryu is considered as the leader of the guardian beasts.

                                   

                                                                        SUZAKU
                                                               Guardian of the South
                                    Some claim that Suzaku is the most beautiful among the sacred beasts.
                                           With its fiery appearance associating the immortal phoenix,
                                             it’s easy to see why he stands out among his counterparts.
                                   The color associated with this guardian is red, fitting its element which is fire.
                                                     He is also associated with the summer season.
               Ancient capitals like Fujiwara, Heijo, and Heian each featured southern gates guarded by Suzaku’s symbol.
                                              These gates, however, are no longer visible today.
                                   Suzaku is considered as a symbol of fidelity, will, kindness, and nobility.

                                                                      BYAKKO
                                                             Guardian of the West
                                   Byakko takes up the image of a white tiger and controls the wind.
                                 He is associated with the autumn season as well as the metal element.
                                In myths, the white tiger primarily served as a protector and a preserver.
              Ancient burials of notable people like kings and army generals incorporate the placement of metal on top of the
                               grave as well as a ceremonial rite associated with the worship of the tiger god.
                                  Ancient burial sites in Nara has revealed paintings of Byakko on its tomb walls.
                                             Byakko is a known symbol of righteousness and bravery.
                             As time passed by, different adaptations, especially Japanese animation and games,
                                          added twists and engaging storylines to these sacred beasts.
              Mentions and references to these guardians appeared in anime like Fushigi Yugi and Yu Yu Hakusho.
                                             




                         While these guardian beasts remain a legend, there are religions that treat them with reverence.
                             They have been a great source of stories that add to Japan’s already rich cultural heritage.



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Re: LIST OF GUARDIANS
« Reply #20 on: February 10, 2022, 02:37:59 PM »
                                                                         SPIRIT
                                            of the Japanese Soldier During the Second World War
It is often quite useful to look at the cultures of other people, both ancient and modern, and gain insights into what motivated
        certain behaviours amongst them. The most dramatic examples of these behaviours are seen during times of war.
                           Bushido was basically the PHILOSOPHICAL CODE  followed by the Samurai warrior.
                                 Total devotion to the emperor-god Hirohito, whom they worshipped.
                And in a time of war, it was the duty of every Japanese person to die for the Emperor if called to do so.
Upon checking sources it would seem that this new form of Bushido was in fact a huge factor that helped to motivate the
                       Japanese people to work hard to rebuild their country and their economy after the war.
============================================================================
But this wasn’t all. From an early age, the Japanese were encouraged to see war as a process which could not only cleanse and reform the nation itself, but by extension the entire world. Furthermore, war was also seen as something which could cleanse the individual on a spiritual level. It was against this militaristic backdrop that the new form of Bushido emerged.
============================================================================
By virtue of this belief system, the sacrifice of one’s life for a noble cause was regarded as the purest and highest form of accomplishment.
Indeed, ‘Hagakure’, the closest thing that Bushido has to a central text, emphasizes the notion that only a warrior willing to die at a moment’s notice can devote himself to his lord. The very opening phrase of the text itself reads, “Bushido is a way of dying”.
============================================================================
The new Bushido had a huge impact on the mass psychology of the Japanese armed forces during the Second World War. “Death is as light as a feather,” was one phrase which did the rounds amongst the ranks of the Japanese armed forces. Although in reality, when we look at the picture more closely, many Japanese soldiers were simply unable to live up to these principles, and did in fact panic, or retreat, or surrender, or wished to be able to surrender without being shot. After all, a new warrior ethos cannot insulate the Japanese soldier from being human, and from fear, panic and the sheer will to live.
============================================================================
Despite the human reality that many Japanese soldiers were simply unable to to live up to the new warrior code, in the eyes of the Japanese military ethos at the time regardless, nothing was more disgraceful and despised than surrender. To the Japanese high command, if you were a soldier, you fought until you were dead. It was that simple. Surrender? Laughable!
============================================================================
        I finde this information interesting because it answers to many of you out there question how was  they are minde set
and what was going on true they are minde while retreeting and cariying  still un hidden treasures with them ....or times
                                   while they worket on all of the sites digging an  enginering them .
 This information can help you be closer of being able to immagine and feel the minde set of the spirit inside of the soldiers.

                         In next post I will tray to digg out some information where comes this fenomen of torturing
        inosent people and after all they are knolidge on sucrifiction of they are own soldiers in rituals related to treasures .






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Re: LIST OF GUARDIANS
« Reply #21 on: February 10, 2022, 02:51:42 PM »
Instead of No man left behind, the body of a dead or injured Marine would be bobby-trapped and left behind.
Instead of tactics, they would depend on mass suicidal attacts.
Instead of Adapt there would be blind obedience to a plan no matter how disasterous.
nstead of caring for civilians in a battle zone, there would be contests to see how many rapes and murders each man could perform. Instead of fighting for the Constitution, he would be fighting for a man who claimed to be divine.
Instead of fighting for his family, his nation, and God, he would be fighting for his leader, his race, and some DEMONIC PRESENCE .


                                                                         SPIRIT
                                            of the Japanese Soldier During the Second World War
It is often quite useful to look at the cultures of other people, both ancient and modern, and gain insights into what motivated
        certain behaviours amongst them. The most dramatic examples of these behaviours are seen during times of war.
                           Bushido was basically the PHILOSOPHICAL CODE  followed by the Samurai warrior.
                                 Total devotion to the emperor-god Hirohito, whom they worshipped.
                And in a time of war, it was the duty of every Japanese person to die for the Emperor if called to do so.
Upon checking sources it would seem that this new form of Bushido was in fact a huge factor that helped to motivate the
                       Japanese people to work hard to rebuild their country and their economy after the war.
============================================================================
But this wasn’t all. From an early age, the Japanese were encouraged to see war as a process which could not only cleanse and reform the nation itself, but by extension the entire world. Furthermore, war was also seen as something which could cleanse the individual on a spiritual level. It was against this militaristic backdrop that the new form of Bushido emerged.
============================================================================
By virtue of this belief system, the sacrifice of one’s life for a noble cause was regarded as the purest and highest form of accomplishment.
Indeed, ‘Hagakure’, the closest thing that Bushido has to a central text, emphasizes the notion that only a warrior willing to die at a moment’s notice can devote himself to his lord. The very opening phrase of the text itself reads, “Bushido is a way of dying”.
============================================================================
The new Bushido had a huge impact on the mass psychology of the Japanese armed forces during the Second World War. “Death is as light as a feather,” was one phrase which did the rounds amongst the ranks of the Japanese armed forces. Although in reality, when we look at the picture more closely, many Japanese soldiers were simply unable to live up to these principles, and did in fact panic, or retreat, or surrender, or wished to be able to surrender without being shot. After all, a new warrior ethos cannot insulate the Japanese soldier from being human, and from fear, panic and the sheer will to live.
============================================================================
Despite the human reality that many Japanese soldiers were simply unable to to live up to the new warrior code, in the eyes of the Japanese military ethos at the time regardless, nothing was more disgraceful and despised than surrender. To the Japanese high command, if you were a soldier, you fought until you were dead. It was that simple. Surrender? Laughable!
============================================================================
        I finde this information interesting because it answers to many of you out there question how was  they are minde set
and what was going on true they are minde while retreeting and cariying  still un hidden treasures with them ....or times
                                   while they worket on all of the sites digging an  enginering them .
 This information can help you be closer of being able to immagine and feel the minde set of the spirit inside of the soldiers.

                         In next post I will tray to digg out some information where comes this fenomen of torturing
        inosent people and after all they are knolidge on sucrifiction of they are own soldiers in rituals related to treasures .

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Re: LIST OF GUARDIANS
« Reply #22 on: February 10, 2022, 04:25:58 PM »
                                                                FILIPINO  SHAMAN
                                         commonly known as Babaylan,Balian or Katalonan,
    These shamans specialized in communicating, appeasing, or harnessing the spirits of the dead and the spirits of nature.
                                   They were almost always women or feminized men (asog or bayok).
                                                  They were believed to have spirit guides,
           by which they could contact and interact with the spirits and deities (anito or diwata) and the spirit world.
                                 Their primary role were as mediums during pag-anito séance rituals.
  There were also various subtypes of babaylan specializing in the arts of healing and herbalism, divination, and sorcery.