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Old 05-08-2010, 10:43 PM   #63
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Re: Yoshinkan and "aiki"

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Michael Varin wrote: View Post
Stan Pranin is awesome. I'll go with his research too.

But he wouldn't leave Saito off of that list.
Percentagewise, Saito did not have near the same influence on disseminating the art and the teaching that was going on from hombu as Tohei and Kissomaru. They were the predominate forces. Even then Tohei was the technical figure- compared to the later Kissomaru.
Dan
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