Please show proof. Indulge my skepticism.
Please compare the Jindai Moji
with the Ancient Chinese Writing known as Jiaguwen
. There is a special sample presented by me in this forum, within the thread titled "Show your Calligraphy" or something like that.
all of the authors who I listed in the previous post and who are the original promoters of Jindaimoji.....Hirata, Iwasaki, Tsurugamine, Ochiai, Miyachi, and others (Takeuchi, Atsutane, etc)...they all list the Jindai-moji in the form of syllabries. Do you know something they didn't?
Ever occured to you that, they might not even understand
the language? and from their own nationalism
and/or academic prides
, they made their claims based on claiming what they actually do not know?
Granted, there is an eerie similarity to Daoist 霊符 and the squiglier Jindaiji like Ahiru-moji, but that might just be coincidence.
It isn't a coincidence
is just like the Jedi Force
, there are no such things as coincidences
. There is always an origin
, always a factual starting point
). The taoistic talismanic writing
is based upon the ancient Jiaguwen
as well as the seal script
(of which, the seal script
is based on the Jiaguwen
Anyway, I look forward to your proof of Jindai Moji's antiquity
From what I have stated above, it is pretty obvious now. Jindai Moji
is a continuation of Jiaguwen
in Japan. forget about the nationalism
claims, just focus upon the forms of Jiaguwen
and Jindai Moji
. Truth to be told, the term "Jindai Moji
" was coined by those who are firm on the religious claims
, yet it is just another style of ancient Chinese characters.