The Oracles of the Three Shrines: Windows on Japanese by Brian Bocking

By Brian Bocking

this can be a richly-illustrated examine of 'The Oracles of the 3 Shrines', the identify given to a dangling scroll depicting 3 vital eastern shrine-deities and their respective oracle texts. The scroll has developed always in Japan for six hundred years, so diverse examples of it supply a sequence of 'windows' on advancements in jap spiritual trust and practice.

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