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The Yengishiki

Auhtor: Anonymous

Language: english

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Review by Bob Tobias, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'The Yengishiki':

... produced by the dripping of foam from the arms, and by drawing the mud together between the opposing thighs, then I will fulfil their praises by presenting ...
... As to the Heart of the god which shall come forth in the divinings of all the men who are learned in things, declare what god it is. Whereupon ...
... Heaven's Pillars augustness and Country's Pillars augustness. And they made him to know, saying: If for the Offerings which shall be set up in ...
... the Word of the Sovereign's dear progenitor and progenitrix, who divinely remain in the plain of high Heaven, they bestowed on him the region under ...
... to look upon me, but you violently looked upon me and after saying, My dear elder brother's augustness shall rule the upper country I will rule ...
... augustness, and going back she bore other children. Having born the Water-goddess, the gourd, the river-weed, and the clay-hill maiden, four ...
... I (the diviner), declare: When by the word of the progenitor and progenitrix, who divinely remaining in the plain of high Heaven, deigned to make ...
... not declare an answer and having next sent Takemikuma's augustness, he also, obeying his father's words, did not declare an answer. Ame-no-waka-hiko ...
... with Divine-correcting and Great-correcting, remove hence out to the clean places of the mountain streams which look far away over the four ...
... to the things which dwell in the hills things soft of hair, and things rough of hair as to the things which grow in the great field plain - sweet ...
... all of you, ministers of the gods and sanctifiers of offerings, the great ritual, the Heavenly ritual, declared in the great presence of the From-Heaven-shining-great ...
... that she deign to bless his (the Mikado's) life as a long life and his age as a luxuriant age eternally and unchangingly as multitudinous piles of ...
... where the blue clouds spread flat, as far as the bounds where the white clouds lie away fallen-the blue sea plain as far as the limit whither come ...
... of State, and all other officials, to listen, in words which are a modern addition after the establishment of a form of administration modeled ...
... as a peaceful country, as the center of the countries of the four quarters thus bestowed upon him - breaking the ridges, filling up watercourses, ...
... offenses. At this point occurs in the original a direction to the priest to repeat the great ritual, the Heavenly ritual. Several versions of what ...
... of the forest trees, far and near, are cleared away by the sharp sickle, the sickle forged with fire so that there cease to be any offense ...
... called offense, with regard to the men of the offices who serve in the court of the Sovereign, nor in the four quarters of the region under Heaven. ...
... on Liberty and Necessity, Pleasure and Pain is a philosophical pamphlet by Benjamin Franklin, published in London in 1725. It argues that an ...
... at the request of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, and dealing with the Apostle's Creed from a Roman Catholic point of view. It was written in part ...