A selection of articles related to kojiki.
Original articles from our library related to the Kojiki. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Kojiki.
- Looking For The Hub Of The Sacreed Wheel: Part 2
- Now the point of any study of how much we share in our search for the Deity must be in what shared behaviors should we expect? For the purposes of the community of A Mystical Grove, this must be in how we revere and cherish Nature in all its manifold...
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Kojiki is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Kojiki books and related discussion.
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- Tales of the Kojiki
- The Kojiki is a book similar to the Bible in Christian religions for the ancient Shinto religion in Japan. One of the main stories in this book is the story of creation.
- Tales from the Kojiki
- Kojiki compiled by O No Yasumaro in the eighth century.
- Kojiki: The inspiration for Aikido lies within the Kojiki Those who
- Those who seek the spirituality of Aikido would do wisely to study Kojiki.
- “Creating a Sacred Narrative: Kojiki Studies and Shintô Nationalism”
- scholar like Basil Hall Chamberlain, the first translator of the Kojiki into a Western cal writing unrivaled in authority, Kojiki (Record of Ancient Matters, 712 A. D.
- Complete etext of the Kojiki, Chamberlain tr THE KOJIKI [B.H.
- THE KOJIKI. [B.H.
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- The Kojiki - Sacred Texts
- Excerpts of the "Kojiki", an 8th century official Japanese history that starts with the creation of the world, the deities, and Japan.
- The Kojiki is considered the earliest historical record of Japan.
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