Crow God Izuna's Kagura "Tsurugi-no-mai" ocean version




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Published on Aug 18, 2012

That's the Ocean version of hiden ritual of IZUNA 's sword danse

In 1996, inside Sho grotto during his "yakunichigyo" retreat, (100 days) Yamabushi Kuban received 3 IZUNA Gongen's Kagura by Prince Takeru-no-Mikoto during dreams...

This is "Tsurugi-no-mai" (sacred danse of holy sword Kogarasumaru) where God Izuna shows his magic power for calling the "9 Dragon-Kings", & does allegiance to Lord Buddha.
This Kagura was performed in past during Mine-Iri / Buchu mountains pilgrimage practicing as part of Miyakagura.
Performed in front Emperor or at sumit of mountain to Buddha & Kami sama, it was keeping hiden during many years...

The mandala of the "9 dragons Kings" is:
At East, in blue, from Gozanze Yasha Myô is the King -Dragon SHOTAI DAIJIN RYUU HOO
At South in red from Gundari Yasha Myô is SAKUTAI DAIJIN RYUU HOO
At West in white from Daiitoku Myô is BYAKUTAI DAIJIN RYUU HOO
At North in black from Kongo Yasha Myô is KOKUTAI DAIJIN RYUU HOO
At Center in yellow from Dainichi Daisho Fudo Myoo is HOOTAI DAIJIN RYUU HOO
Both of them have 84.000 warriors..
With those Great Dragon-king are the 4 from Earth/cave, Seas & lacke, mountains & Storms (sky) which protect the Kimon Gate with Kimon Daimyoojin...

Lost from Meiji period, Kûban is the only One now to be able to perform those.
Wearing Crow Nho mask, true Kogarasumaru sword, sacred mirror & Magatama neckless, God Izuna (crow-tengu protector of mount Togakushi) have the 3 Imperial Jewelies.. The ritual is performed inside Mother-Nature, or in front of the " 9 King-Dragons" mandala/Kakejuku to invocate their magical powers...

The chanting of this Kagura is a very old japanese song with traditional instrument using inside Nho theater.called "JISEI".

Kûban is Yamabushi priest of Shomudo hermitage in french Alps, from Shogoin temple in Kyoto, Japan, Kyoshi (official teacher) of Honzan Shugen congregation, Kûban is expert in many traditional japanese martial arts (bugei hyogo).


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