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"He assumed the name Kukai as a Buddhist priest. Saint, miracle worker, and founder of the Shingon Buddhist sect. To Kπbπ Daishi are attributed a vast array of miracles and wonders. He established the worship of Konpira-daigongen in Kompira-san on Shikoku Island and founded the temple complex on Kπya-san. The facts of his life are dramatic enough, even without the mythical dimension. Kukai means "Air/Sea"
"During this period of private Buddhist practice, Kūkai had a dream, in which a man appeared and told Kūkai that the Mahavairocana Tantra is the scripture which contained the doctrine Kūkai was seeking. Though Kūkai soon managed to obtain a copy of this sūtra which had only recently become available in Japan, he immediately encountered difficulty."

References and further reading:
Handbook of Japanese Mithology.
Frank, Bernard. 1991. Le pantheon bouddhique au Japon. Paris: Collections d’Emile Guimet. Reunion des musees nationaux. Joly, Henri L. 1967. Legend in Japanese Art. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co.


released December 1, 2017


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Vermillion Venezuela

Proyecto realizado por María Emilia Pérez (VEN), que surge a mediados del 2016 cuya propuesta trabaja con medios electroacústicos, composición asistida con computador y objetos sonoros. Las intenciones creativas se orientan a la búsqueda de sonoridades de diversas culturas asiatícas, su cosmovisión y tradiciones. ... more

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