Por Timo Schmitz El recuerdo y la observación tienen una connotación divina transmitida en la tradición judía. Como tal, recordar se llama זכור y contiene la palabra para el “masculino”, mientras que observar se llama שמור que contiene la cualidad femenina, por lo tanto, son como el yin y el yang, una composición dual. Continue reading “[En Español] Breve introducción a mi judeo budismo (VII): Recordando y observando”
Visualisation of Part 1 of Schmitz’ Judeo-Buddhism. Graphic by Iulian Mitran. Used with permission.
By Timo Schmitz In the last article, I introduced one of the most important Koryŏ castles during the Khitan invasion in 1018, in which the Koreans defeated the 100,000 men strong Khitan army, as well as an old Kokoryŏ Castle which fell in the Koryŏ dynasty during the Khitan invasion due to the arrogance ofContinue reading “[Article] Castles in North Korea #2: Ryŏngsak Castle and Ŭiju Castle in North Pyongan”
By Timo Schmitz Something which is not too commonly known to people in the West is the fact that North Korea still has a lot of historical relicts dating back to feudal history. In this series, I want to cover some castles and fortresses which awoke my interest. In Kusong City (North Pyongan Province), oneContinue reading “[Article] Castles in North Korea #1: Kuju Castle and Tongju Fortress in North Pyongan”