Martial Arts on Noah's Ark: The Genesis Origins of Today's Martial Arts
by douglas laurent
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Martial Arts on Noah's Ark
The Genesis Origins of Today's Martial Arts
It has long been held that the ways of the East-Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism and Taoism are the primary foundations of today's martial arts. This vision is only partially correct. These positions come from an Evolutionary view that began at the Tower of Babel under King Nimrod. From a Genesis perspective, MNArk takes popular martial myths and traces their roots to today's arts. Genesis reveals how the first arts arose, from Cain the first spearman to the world's first arms dealer iron-master Kung Fu artist Tubal-Cain (god Vulcan), to the initial Lo-Han (Ham, Noah's son) art, a powerful form. It is from Ham's family that the ancient science of Lohan "Buddha" style Kung Fu derives, Lohan influencing the very foundations of Shaolin Kung Fu that affects myriads of arts still such as Karate.
This exceptional volume will inspire both student and instructor alike in light of the teachings of the great Martial Innovator Christ, and what He originally meant for the arts and their participation in them. Secular martial readers will also find MNArk interesting and challenging, it covering topics such as anthropology, art, biography (Bruce Lee), history, icons, kata, linguistics, literature, myths, philosophy, politics, pop-culture, I-Ching, yin-yang, science, the spirit realm, sports, style analysis, strategy, prayer, etc.
Whatever the subject may be, from Chess to Feng Shui and from Sun Tzu to Sherlock Holmes, MNArk cuts right to their strategic centers offering enthusiasts who are passing through the martial realms rich and resounding tools needed for victorious daily living and for successfully traversing what are the formidable heights of the grand galaxy of the Martialis Tao.
Author Douglas Laurent, M.A., English, B.A., Film is a graduate of Northeastern Illinois University and Columbia College in Chicago, and has been a martial artist since 1973. He holds Shodan rank in Yamashita-Shorin-Ryu ...
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences
Length: 809 Pages (6,565 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Jun 2nd, 2020