Re: Omoto-kyo Theology
Thanks for writing.
LIke I said, these are different training methods in viewing history. From my school of thought, it is the lack of specificity that leads to the repressions and other political manipulations of information. As such, partly in an attempt to expose such efforts for what they are, we ask different questions, and as a result we get different answers.
For example, your larger perspective makes it seems like there is one type of Aikido - a practice that has existed without modification and that exists in the same shape or form wherever it is present throughout the world. Hence, you can say things like, "