en Since he was young , Atsutane HIRATA had been thinking that the Dark ( ' 幽 ' hidden or mysterious things ) and the Light ( ' 顕 ' appeared or clear things ) were the one and the same , and that this world was formed by the working of those opposing factors ; Atsutane wanted to analyze the true nature of the world and tried to demonstrate his ideas in many works including ' Tama no Mihashira ' ( Concept of Afterlife ) , ' Koshi Seibun ' ( Early History ) , ' Senkyo Ibun ' ( Another Story of Unworldly Men 's World ) and ' Kokon Yomi-ko ' ( Studies on Mysterious Things of Ancient and Modern Japan ) .
en He also became interested in an unworldly man from Mt . Iwama called Sojo ( meaning " highest-ranking monk " ) Sugiyama , who had enlightened Torakichi from the other world , and grew to believe in such a mysterious existence ; having become fascinated with the Gengaku of Taoism , he then formed a new theory of Shinsendo by fusing Japanese Kodo and Chinese Gengaku and began inducting his students into the theory as some kind of esoteric ceremony .
en " Senkyo Ibun " ( Interview with an Apprentice of Tengu ) , five volumes , were included in series of argument and consideration of the different world research such as " Kishin Shinron " ( New Treatise on the Gods ) , " Honkyo Gaihen " , " Kokon-Yomi-Ko " ( A study on monsters of all ages ) , " Katsugoro Saisei Kibun " ( Record of Katsugoro 's Rebirth ) , " Kirishimayama Yukyo Shingo " ( True Story of Mysterious Place in Mt . Kirishima ) , " Ino Mononoke Roku " ( The Ghost Experience of Mr. Ino ) and " Yuken no ben " .
en Also , ' Comments on Tengu ' in " A Study on Shrines , " by Razan HAYASHI , and " A Study on Monsters of All Ages , " by Atsutane HIRATA , describe the souls that appeared in " Taiheiki , " including Sanuki-in ( the Retired Emperor Sutoku ) having turned into a gold kite as the god enshrined in ' Shiramine jingu Shrine ' in Kamigyo Ward , Kyoto City , the Retired Emperor Gotoba having turned into a shamon with long wings , and Emperor Go-Daigo driving Ryusha ( an Emperor 's car ) , as Tengu .
en One legend says Gyoshin died in 750 , but there are records suggesting that he lived after that , and another theory says that he was the very person named as Gyoshin who was relegated to Yakushi-ji Temple ( today 's Shimotsuke City ) for the charge of using magic for the purpose of killing somebody in 754 .
en " Genjo " in particular were involved in strange occurrences , such as when a " genjo " dashed out of the Imperial Palace by itself when the place was burnt down and when an ogre , who was attracted to its sound , stole a " genjo " and hung it by a piece of string from Suzakumon ( the main , southern gate of the Palace City ) .
en Here , too , " Yakushikyo Sutra " has a description in the section where every evil act done by people will be expiated by the power of Yakushi Nyorai , ' They pray to the spirits of the mountain forests , trees , and graves . They kill living beings in order to make sacrifices of blood and flesh to the yaksha and rakshasa ghosts . They write down the names of their enemies and make images of them , and then they hex those names and images with evil mantras . They summon paralysis ghosts , cast hexes , or command corpse-raising ghosts to kill or injure their enemies ' and the section following ' They kill living beings ' in particular .
ja 美術 大学 卒業 後 、 紙切り 芸 に 魅 せ られ 桃 川 忠 に 師事 。
en After graduating from an art college , she was fascinated with a kamikiri performance , so she became a pupil of Chu MOMOKAWA .
en In addition , under the encouragement of a topic that a Jewish lawyer who was attracted by sushi opened a sushi restaurant by headhunting a sushi chef , and famous Hollywood actors and actresses with whom such lawyer had many contacts visited the restaurant every night , it became a status symbol to become a regular customer of a sushi restaurant , a so-called ' sushi connoisseur . '
en Therefore , he searched for snake-dragons in a deep pool , looked for demons and monsters , his swordplay was unequaled and he was a god incarnate ' ( Ryuei fujo denkei [ family record of Tokugawa shoguns , including shoguns ' legal wife and concubines ] and Gyokuyoki [ biography of Kiyoyasu MATSUDAIRA 's wife , Keyoin-dono ] ) .
en Following " Senkyo Ibun " , he studied and wrote a series of strange stories about afterworld including " Katsugoro Saisei Kibun " ( Record of Katsugoro 's Rebirth ) , " Yukyo Shingo " , " Kokon-Yomi-Ko " ( A study on monsters of all ages ) and " Ino Mononoke Roku " ( The Ghost Experience of Mr. Ino ) .
en In addition , in the annotation of ' Yusenkutsu ' ( a Chinese novel by Chosaku in the Tang-Dynasty period ) , there is a description , ' To place stone-carved shishi lion in a bedroom is effective to avert monsters , goblins , and ghosts as well as to press the carpet . '
en But with the later occurrence of the Enmi kotoku jiken ( an incident in which a witch doctor committed murder ) , jugon itself began to be seen as dangerous , and furthermore the practice of jugon was abandoned by the end of the eighth century due to the rise of onmyodo ( the yin-yang arts of magic and divination ) , which also derived from Daoist incantations ; by the dawn of the ninth century , even the institution of jugonshi had disappeared .
en The truth is unknown , however , some people said that several students of Hirata 's school had become interested in the theory of unworldly men which Sotetsu had been teaching , and had entered Sotetsu 's school or respected him , so Tetsutane became worried about it and reacted .
en But with the later occurrence of the Enmi kotoku jiken ( an incident in which a witch doctor committed murder ) , jugon itself began to be seen as dangerous , and furthermore the practice of jugon was abandoned by the end of the eighth century due to the rise of onmyodo ( the yin-yang arts of magic and divination ) , which also derived from Daoist incantations ; by the dawn of the ninth century , even the institution of the jugon hakase had disappeared .
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