Saturday, February 13, 2010

SAKANOUYE TAMURAMARO -BLACK SHOGUN

Sakanouye Tamuramaro was born in 758A.D.and died 811. He was an African whose family had migrated from Korea many generations earlier. He was known as the Paragon of Japanese Military Virtue, the first to hold the title of Sei-i-Tai Shogun. Sak-Tamura's public and family life is well documented. He lived during the early Heian Period (794-1185c.e.) a time in history which gave birth to the Samurai Warriors who modeled themselves after Tamuramaro. (must have a drop of black blood to be Samurai Warrior) . After the failed attempts by the Japanese Military troops against the AINU the emperor decided to call upon Tamura. His success was one of his greatest military achievements. The Emperor bestowed the title of Sei-i-Tai Shogun upon Tamura making him the first to hold this title. He was also the first military statesman of Japan.

Later generation of military officers visited his tomb to ask for strength before starting on their military campaigns.

6 comments:

  1. Inspiring, the color has nothing to do with greatness, nobody may discriminate the africans, afro-americans, or any race with a darker skin color.

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    1. COLOR has everything 2 do with it. 2 many times our story is depicted as insignificant. who taught the Europeans? We did! we are the ROOT of ALL living beings. History proves it

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  2. Kintu - is there a way I can communicate with you via email? I'm doing research on Tamura and would love to learn of any references you may have on him.

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  3. I am over whelm of OUR Greatness as a People! This take Nothing away from anyone else, However WE Must read and do our research... Martial Artist, Wake Up... To many Grand Masters (red belts) Who Only Know how to Kick and Punch... "SAD" Malik Shadazz - Streetology-Jutsu

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