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Kimono - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


(振袖): furisode literally translates as swinging sleeves—the sleeves of furisode average between 39 and 42 inches (1,100 mm) in length. Furisode are the most formal kimono for unmarried women, with colorful patterns that cover the entire garment. They are usually worn at coming-of-age ceremonies (seijin shiki) and by unmarried female relatives of the bride at weddings and wedding receptions.
------------------------ from The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna

and here is the fun part

a while back we also discussed the subject of Samurai Swords ... have a look at the handle of a Katana: ( Caduceus )

------------------------- a re post from: The Golden Tractate of Hermes Trismegistus applied to electromagnetism

Found a Very Nice Doc on The Making of a Samurai Sword ; and I realized that in every step of the making of this Sacred Blade, there is a high resemblance in the use of the words to describe each operation to The Golden Tractate Alchemical Description. The Spiritual side and Shape Power is OmniPresent...I highly recommend you watch it...with the knowledge you have...It would appear obvious ...also 6 3 9

Samurai Sword (Part 1-5) HD - YouTube

If you do watch it , pay Attention to the Blacksmith

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fun fact

the handle of a samurai sword

Check out the latest Episode 9: Aliens and Deadly Weapons

Talks about the origin of the samurai sword

6 3 9

If you do watch it , remember the properties of water

and the Principle of Mentalism: Universe is all wave

Enjoy the Harmonic Math:

Japanese sword - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Here is a list of lengths for different types of swords:[17]
Nodachi, Ōdachi, Jin tachi: 90 cm = HM 9 and over (more than three shaku)
Tachi, Katana: over 60.6 cm = HM 3 (more than two shaku)
Wakizashi: between 30.3–60.6 cm = HM 6 - HM 3 (between one and two shaku)
Tantō, Aikuchi: under 30.3 = HM 6 cm (under one shaku)

ps : Mount Fuji under more pressure than last eruption | COSMOS magazine

TOKYO: Pressure in the magma chamber of Japan's Mount Fuji ( see also ) is now higher than it was the last time the volcano erupted more than 300 years ago, scientists say.

Tectonic shifts triggered by last year's huge 9.0 magnitude undersea quake have left the chamber under 16 times the minimum pressure at which an eruption can occur, researchers said.
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