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Projective. Element: Fire. Chalcedony Quartz Cat's Eye. Yellow-gold. Confidence, willpower, clear thinking (and thus speaking), personal power in life. Yellow/solar plexus chakra. (Not as strong as citrine or Topaz.) Works on mental plane; amplifies thinking...
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Chinese zodiac presented the character of persons born under each sign in twelve consecutive years. Each year are represented by the twelve animals, as follows
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Natural green, grey or blue tiger's eye-like quartz. Helps gain perspective to see/face situations fully. Seeing the overview clearly and unflinchingly, as from a Hawk's eyes. Stomach and brow chakras. Blue: Deepens meditation. helps us see the truth (self,...
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Survivalists' Guide for the New Millennium: Chapter 7
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The Horned God in India and Europe
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Celebrating the Legacy of Takeda Shingen
The Mounted Procession of Takeda Shingen's 24 Generals (around Kofu). Yamanashi . general from Kai province who served three generations of tiger.
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Takeda Shingen (武田信玄) 1521–1573 = Tarō = Harunobu. Uesugi Kenshin ( 上杉 謙信) 1530–1578 The Tiger of Kai.
Aikijutsu / Aikijitsu
Ehrlichkeit u.a. waren und sind oft wichtiger als die Kampftechniken.
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Shingen, lord of Kai Province, the Shogun attempted to get rid of Nobunaga. Nobunaga Nobunaga and Ieyasu defeated Takeda Katsuyori, son of Shingen, at Nagashino in 1575. In.
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Jun 19, 2011 Takeda Shingen. Takeshi no Choshinjou. Taito.

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Shingen "Tiger of Kai" Takeda Shingen Takeda (武田信玄). Leader of the Takeda clan, famous for its cavalry.
Takeda Shingen
He was the eldest son of Takeda Nobutora, the ruler of Kai, a strategic province in the Shingen was also known by the unofficial nickname “The Tiger of Kai”.
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Takeda Shingen: The Tiger of Kai
His fierce warriors and soldiering skills crushed his adversaries and gave him the reputation, the tiger of Kai.

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