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Warrior Ethos Life TaskConditionStandard WorkLoveHateGirl ArtSexWarBoy CraftChildFightAlive

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We must first recognize Wisdom. We must then apply Wisdom with Understanding. First we must apply understanding to what we do. Then we must apply understanding to what we do it upon.

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h w d At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom.

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h w d w At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. The intersection of the three axis is the center point

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h = earth = coronal / median = compression / expansion anterior or posterior w d w At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. The intersection of the three axis is the center point

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h = earth = coronal / median = compression / expansion anterior or posterior w = air = transverse = rotational torque we use in a clock direction d w At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. The intersection of the three axis is the center point

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h = earth = coronal / median = compression / expansion anterior or posterior w = air = transverse = rotational torque we use in a clock direction d = fire = sagittal = deformation left or right of median line. Towards median is adduction, away is abduction. w At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. The intersection of the three axis is the center point

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h = earth = coronal / median = compression / expansion anterior or posterior w = air = transverse = rotational torque we use in a clock direction d = fire = sagittal = deformation left or right of median line. Towards median is adduction, away is abduction. w = water = gyroscopic center At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. The intersection of the three axis is the center point = dan tein the pool within… control the water, control the man.

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h w d At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. Coronal plane which is any plane perpendicular to the median plane. Height crushes coronal planes

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h w d w At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. Compression crush of the height zone deforms the structure posterior as well as anterior

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h w d At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. Transverse plane.

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h w d At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. Direct torque pushes and Counter torque pulls along the transverse plane 12.00

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h w d At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. Sagittal plane which is any plane parallel with the median. Horizontal force slices the sagittal plane.

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h w d At the distal end of each axis is a degree of freedom. 3 axis = 6 degrees of freedom. Depth of thrust can push back and deform exactly on the median line but becomes a considerable penetrative force to the left or right of the median.

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h w d w The master key is the control manipulation of the opponents gyroscopic center point. Lock any two planes and this frees both distal ends of the remaining axis to be manipulated around the fulcrum of the JCM center point. Mental and physic command of this center point in ourselves is also the object.

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h w d w From Center point or Point of Origin to second entitys Point of Stop thereby denoting the relationship of plurality. As long as the two remain plural the opponent is struck to control height, width and depth zones and hence the 4 th dimension of time.

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h w d w If distance is erased JCM is effected making what was once plural now singular. This allows locking limb to arrest two planes (dimensions) so that the power transfer overwhelms stance integrity on the remaining plane. This is a diagram of a snaring throw or rear reap. h and w are arrested so depth plane is freed. The x represents the front and rear triangle points respectively XX

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h w d w A Parallel force system is created while still plural. This push/pull system still uses a locking lever to arrest two planes (dimensions) so that the power transfer overwhelms stance integrity on the remaining plane. This is a diagram of puter kapala or head turning throw. d and w are arrested so h plane is freed. The x represents the triangle points respectively X X

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