Saturday, August 29, 2015

The hunt for Sinanju


The morning Sun peeks over the distant mountains in the East.
The morning Sun peeks over the distant mountains in the East.
The morning Sun peeks over the distant mountains in the East.

 

The Horns of Welcome embrace the sunlight.
The Horns of Welcome embrace the sunlight.
The Horns of Welcome embrace the sunlight.

The bee wakes is new sunlight.

The flower shimmers in the morning calm.

 

The morning Sun peeks over the distant mountains in the East.
The morning Sun peeks over the distant mountains in the East.
 The morning Sun peeks over the distant mountains in the East.

 

The Horns of Welcome embrace the sunlight.
The Horns of Welcome embrace the sunlight.
The Horns of Welcome embrace the sunlight.

The bee wakes is new sunlight.

The flower shimmers in the morning calm.


The hunt for Sinanju

 
Allow me to use my blog for a flight of fancy. As I have written about the Masters of Sinanju and their arts for years. I thought this would be fun.

 
This morning I am going to undertake a dangerous journey, to find the home of the Masters of Sinanju. It has been hidden from modern reference http://www.sinanju.com/cast2/sinanju.htm
, although it is on the West Korean Bay behind the Horns of Welcome



The exact location is unknown. There is a town called Sinanju somewhere nearby but that town is not Sinanju, rather a decoy for tourists. Nor is Sinuju the correct town.

 



For sure in the false Sinanju there is a train station.




The home of Sinanju would never let such a smelly thing into the village pure.

What we do know is that “The Horns of Welcome rose above the bay. Two great curving arcs of stone that had for countless centuries acted both as welcome and warning to those who dared visit the Pearl of the Orient. Framed between the horns; far out in the black waters of the West Korean Bay, the oblong blot of a submarine sat like a steel island amid the rolling waves”  Destroyer 128 The End of the Beginning.

 
I believe more is unlikely to be known.  It has been rumored that various surveillance satellites have been lost making the attempt, rumored by children playing games.

At this I stop, my search, fearful I make a mistake and by accident reveal the exact location. There is a CURE for that and I would not like it.

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The above web site discloses some of the secret techniques of the 37 steps of Sinanju training.

  The Secret Is Still A Secret

Chiun teaches these steps to Remo early on in his Sinanju training, and Remo uses them often. On friends. On enemies. To shut up annoying females. Even the movie mentioned the technique. Note that it alternates left than right, each alternate step being closer to the heart (left side.) Here is what has been revealed so far of the Thirty-Seven steps...

Step one: Tapping the inside of the left wrist, in time to the heartbeat. Increase the speed of the tapping. The tapping will increase the heartbeat to 150 beats per minute.

Step four: Massage of the small of the back

Step five: Massage of the inside of the left knee, followed by the right knee

Step six: The perimeter of the Right armpit

Step seven: The perimeter of the left armpit

Step eight: Massage the inside of the upper right thigh

Step nine: Massage of the inside of the upper left thigh

Step ten: "Mountain climbing" the fingers over the right breast

Step eleven: Trailing the fingers over the left breast to a peak that was hard and vibrant

- At this point she usually is jelly, and Remo jumps to step thirty seven

Step thirty seven: Penetration

Do not attempt them. They are most likely not the techniques used in Sinanju training. In any case the world does not need more mindless individuals.

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In the sunlight

        The bee begins his labors

In the sunlight

        The bee begins his labors

In the sunlight

        The bee begins his labors

 

 

The flower waits patiently.......


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