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I'm a lover of all blades and I was doing a search for "design a sword" and came to your page.
Love to look at swords and things of that nature and just wanted to tell you how lovely your work is.

Heather

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Sir, It is an honor to see your work. I am American teaching in Korea. I love good steel and hope to see some of your work in person.

Don Cabbage, Ph.D.

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While we have to keep things in perspective when thinking about swords and fulfilled dreams, as each relates to one another and the Globalized World Culture coming into its own today, it is still NOT without great satisfaction and fulfillment that a particular endeavor can reach fruition. Such had been my quest to have designed and have made a Polish Hussar Saber (with L-hilt and thumb-ring ) based on the 15th - 16th century cavalry sword of the legendary Polish Hussars.
It was not without patience, discussion, consideration, adaptability, and technical creativity that Antonio Cejunior aided me in achieving my goal not just once, but twice over. Antonio was able to take my concepts and theatrical ideas and produce a template for what have become the treasures of my meager collection. It is an honor to work with him.

Matthew G.M. Korenkiewicz

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To all who inquire regarding the services of Antonio Cejunior. I have dealt with this gentleman over the past year regarding the design and execution of a katana that is to be a treasure of my family for generations to come. Throughout the design process, Antonio displayed a keen ability to listen to and integrate my ideas and desires for the project. He continually guided me to the highest quality craftsmen to do justice to his final designs. All of these actions would be expected of a talented and qualified designer; however, what sets Antonio apart from others is his relentless ability to see a project to completion. His attentiveness to bringing his ideas to fruition is matched by few in any field. I am delighted to provide Antonio with my highest recommendation.
Respectfully submitted,
Dr. Kevin J Hale

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I just wanted to contact you and state my appreciation of your analysis of the misrepresentation of Samurai by popular culture. I do have a counter argument to your stern albeit warranted attack on the movie last Samurai and other peoples idolization of a romanticized rendition of the Samurai. I believe that icons regardless of what culture or nation they originate from can hold a certain level of value. For example regardless of the fact that the movie Last Samurai was not historically accurate in any real way shape or form the ideal that was presented of that culture could be non-the-less inspiring and even enlightening to an individual to the point that they would challenge themselves to rise to the values portrayed however inaccurately within the movie. I see no harm in this. If one is compelled to pursue truth honor and discipline and at that point the importance of historical accuracy falls away because a new ideal has been generated from an artists expression. Certainly there will always be rabble that want to dress up like Samurai and run around swinging poorly made swords but I must say that legends regardless of their accuracy can instill in ones heart the potential for personal growth and change.

Aaron

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12/9/04 I WANT TO COMMEND YOU ON YOUR ARTICLE ON MR. MICHAEL CRAMPTON - "SHADOW OF LEAVES". THIS MAN IS A TRUE GENTLEMAN AND A SINCERE BUDO PRACTIONER. HIS ITEMS, SERVICE AND PROFESSIONALISM IS OUTSTANDING AND I HIGHLY RECOMMEND HIM TO ANY PERSON INTERESTED IN THE JAPANESE SWORDS-ITEMS. AGAIN, THANK YOU FOR SHEDDING SOME LITE ON A A TRUE CLASS PERSON. CORDAILLY YOURS, ALEX M. LO PRIORE 4 DAN - NESTA KARATE JUJUTSU DOJO

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please e-mail me swords price list

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I am a bid coolecter and wanted to know if to know if their is a way to get a hold of one of theses fine swords they look great to me and how sharp are they are they like dimond eged blades (i suck a spelling) i want to know for i want my swords as sharp as they can get. Keep adding to this web sohght it rocks.

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You make me feel that there is sill very much to be done. Thanks for that inspiration. Keep up the good work. Jonas.

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dear sir this summer ı was very interested aboth making a sword then ı found a blacksmith in a city.Then ı asked him to make Conan's sword to me he made it well but he made the sword from ready stell and he saıd that that stell is usually used for to make sickle.But ı think you are the best sword maker.I want to learn the making sword.I am writing this massage from turkey.

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the site is cool

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this seems to be a really good site, keep, up the good work

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I like swords, and i love that someone is making new designs instead of slight changes to old ones. i find your work amasing.i wish i could use one.

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Hey all...I am trying to find out the entry of the name CONCEICAO in India from Portugal. If anyone has any information about this, please do mail me on the address given below

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i have been facanated by swords since i was 5

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hi yes i am looking for a crafsman i want to be a aprentice in sword making i am 13 and my favrite sword so fare is the kogarasu maru

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Отлиный сайт,спасибо ребята!

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Mr. Cejunior how are you? I enjoyed our conversations very much, and I thank you for your effort in helping me with the right decisions :) As many has stated, I'm very impressed with all your designs! You are very creative in aspects of art. It's an honor to find another very good friend which comes so rarely. Best Regards, Alvin Allarey

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Antonio, Although our meeting seemed random, I think we both know it wasnt. I look forward to our ongoing project, and look forward to many more to come. Your work and your integrity are both a inspiration. With warmest regards, Steve Dohrer

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R.Barrett Black Blade Beautifull... so beautifull. Bless you for the talent that you have and the beauty and artistry that you create.

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thank you to everyone who was involved in forging as well as presenting such a breath taking example of truth and beauty

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Dear Dr. Mirro, Your article was on the mark! I believe most swordsmen and women today find that the practice of the sword arts is a way to lay a firm hold to their own mind body connection. And thru the reflection of that connection a deeper understanding of their spiritual nature. Man's true path lays within the spirtual realm. I believe that the sword arts will always be with us for this reason. Swordsmanship and martial practice for me has been for mainly for this purpose. Your article was much appreciated. Scincerely, Mark Stallman

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Amazing, informative website. The sword models are suberb.. had me wincing at the screen *is that a photo or.. nooo!* You have some really unique swords, each one an individual concept. I really enjoyed browsing your work and your sword collection.. Yeah, you have some real gems alright! :-0 - Let me know when you become tired of that R.Barrett Black Blade !! ;-) *Thumbs up!*

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I wish I were in a position to commission you to do a KATANA design for me, Antonio. I am very impressed with the quality of your designs, as well as the artistic renditions by Eric Litton. Of course, would insist upon a live blade, for not only would it be serve as a very unique decoraative conversation item, but, if necessary, it could serve to protect my family. Your efforts are superb, in my opinion. J R Miller

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Thanks for this history page... I found here connections to the past that are really amazing and make me more and more proud of my family ancestry. I've got myself on my website the discoveries of my ancestor the Portuguese navigator Jorge de Menezes ... www.joey7am.net/ The_Land_After_Time

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Wow! This seems like you give a pretty fair deal.I'm especially interested in Katanas though.I was wondering how well made those are?Like blade materials and the tang.Also I was wondering you make custom blades right?So how would I get a hold of you to get your advice on a design.Write me back

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in deed the blade is real but extreamly rare very few pepole can master the art of making the sword or wilding

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What are the prices of your katana's i'am looking at a blade length of 27 in. and what steel do you use and what is your heat treatment on your kantanas?

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love youre swords, they are so fricking awesome! I think the site is a lite bad-build but it works fine. I would like to see the sword Akujiku from the Shinobi game on PS2. Witch program do you do the swords in? and what do you use when you do the "map" of the sword, thanks

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Nice web site. I just built a forge in my back yard with the intent of forging blades. I got your name from my Toyama Ryu Sensei, Will Graves. He speaks very highly of you. I'll probably be in touch with you as things progress. Kathy

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hello, i'm quite fond of your work. i'm something of an artist my self. my name is travis i've always had an interest in weponry of all sorts particulerly swords. i design them i just don't have the resources to make my own. i'm currently attending school for mechanical engineering. i think the field encompasses most of my talents. maybe someday we could design a sword together travis

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Great site! Certainly I'll use it in my History and Sociology lessons.It has been very useful to me in my searching of my Jewish roots too. Muito obrigado for the hard and expensive work you have done.

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Your swords are great pieces of art and skill keep up the fantastic work. Dustin

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Hey chief, great website and thanks for posting the pics of the wak project....As always, keep up the fantastic work and your designs are second to none... Dennis Pishock

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I know someone already asked this but could you make a reverse-blade katana by sharpening the part of the blade that is usually dull instead of sharpening the part of the blade that is usally sharp?

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Rick Barrett's colaboration piece katsujin-ken is very beautiful and has an interesting twist of symbolism. The thoght of someone puting some artistic ideas behind their sword design pleases me. so thank you!

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I love these sword designs. I have been a sword collector for quite awhile now. However, I have not been able to find a quality sword. I would like to learn about your services more and look at maybe purchasing a quality weapon from you. Please contact me.

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Greetings. My name is Jameson Weatherford (Tucson, AZ) I am a really HUGE fan of the Zatoichi series and the style of Iaido used by Shintaro Katsu. I thought it was a really great thing you did, by making that sword. I'm sure he would have loved it. I'm looking to get into blade smithing myself. Do you have any words of advice for a man looking to start into that art and skill?

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I am truly amazed by the beauty of the KATSUJIN-KEN is it possible to buy one or not? Wouter (I got some designs of fantasy swords... I would like to learn how to make designs of katana's is this possible?)

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Quite an interesting article. I am impressed with the research. Thanks so much for such an enlightening and informative document. Ron

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how much did you sell the kogarasu-maru zuckuri for. Is it possible for you to make it again but 30 inches and instead of blue make it dark green.

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can you put the blade on the other side to make a reverse blade sword.

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Congradulations, Antonio! The Sword of Runes is finally home, and with its father. --Anthony

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Dear Mr. Junior, I am interested in incorporating one of your sword images into a business logo and writing to request permission to do so.

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In regards to the most recent post, I would just like to clarify a few things if I may. First of all, it is commonplace to leave a name following each post. Also, there are plently of links to email the owner of the site directly. He does not have a market for swords, really, but a collection of swords acquired through the sale of other swords. As for the kissaki, be it, Chu, Ko, or O-Kissaki, all three are capable of penetrating armor, providing that the warrior could locate an interstice or small opening in the armor. While the founder of this site is no blade smith, the swords he owns are all made by highly reputable smiths. Please understand that I mean no disrespect. Just thought I'd submit my .02 worth

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Yes, i am some what a swordsman and a sword collector aswell, i tryed to send a comment into your guestbook but i am unsure if it would take. i looked at some of your swords on your market and i am pleased at the overall design of them, i assume you make them. one thing that i notice on your japanese swords are that they dont have a strong noticable tip, the most well known japanese swords as well as most favored in use of japanese swords are the ones with a well defined tip, the kinds that are knotched for piercing armor and bone, because any expert on the japanese sword will tell you that the tip of the sword is the most important part, just a free frendly tip. i would like to know more about your work, feel free to email me at malhab33@msn.com

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Grande trabalho . Continue assim .

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Isso Mesmo ! Viva Portugal e seu império construido com sangue de nosso povo ! Well done ! Hope you continue this way . Hope , also , you can read my message in portuguese eheh. Daniel Amaro de Souza

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Thanks for the experience in viewing your work on your L-6 demon. I like the expression you have made and I will attempt to find my own way of mounting my L-6 that I purchased last fall thru Bugei. My 69.9 cm blade is presently in shira-saya and was polished by Ted Tenold/Keith Larman. Bye

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excellent! Keep up the honor of the profession.

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The sword is a living weapon only our inter- action with it will show how are future will change. Rich DeLuca

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i wondere if you know how to make a sword that if i was to explain how it would look like you could make it

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I loved the story of the Portugese! I have had alot of freinds from Portugal and new very little about them but now it all came together with your story! Thanks Cliff

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I need to know if you make custom swords battle ready. And perhaps if you know anything about Warriors of today.

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Hello Antonio, Katsujin Ken from Rick Barrett is your best looking Katana. If I have to steal one of your blade, it would be Katsujin or Atziluth. ;-) They are my dream blades.

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Absolutely beautiful. With all of the given predjudices towards what is true Japanesem or not, I find it very refreshing to find individuals showing inventiveness and artistic expresssion. This is another magnificient piece which anyone should be proud of. This is what the collaboration of artists can acheive. BRAVO!!

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antonio, that is an awesome sword and the fittings are beautiful.

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This is the most beautiful sword i beliebe i've ever seen.

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Thank you for producing the article on Mr. Rick Barrett. It is greatly appreciated. Happy Holidays
 
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The Seasoned Katana is very interesting. The more I see the more I like it. Mental accomodation ? I do not care. Just know that Joe Walters and Antonio are a perfect team. A star designer and a star bladesmith.

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Hi Antonio Your review on your Seasoned Katana is great. I really enjoyed the discussion on the creative process. I hope it get people to start thinking beyond the Barbie-doll, mix and match assembly of swords. Anton

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Am I REALLY the first person to view the untold history page? I must believe that your counter is not working. The pages are fascinating, thanks for creating them. You should be very proud. Chick Lewis

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I have studied Escrima for 25 years and would love to incorporate Jogo do Pau into my system. Thank you for the excellent demonstration. Steve Benko

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great site. Greetings from Belgium. Patricia webmaster of kickme.to/judo-ham

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Hi Antonio, I just read your article on Will Graves, it was great. You really did a great job of describing Will's work as well as your happiness and excitement for your new sword. I hope that you continue to write interesting and informative articles like this one, I want more. Your Canuck Buddy, Terry

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When I read the stories and info your site offers. I am happer, than when I first opened your page. To me, some of the best we humans have to offer can be found in the art of creating an edge. Thank-You for your Web-Sight. I've seldom found such a vision. You lay it out very well, JRB

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Incredible skill and beutifull weapon work. I am in awe. Wonderfull job. As a professional welder/metalurgist I have a deep appreciation for the obviouse skill and talent on display. Thank you all for a wonderfull experiance. =0] Dan.

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Dear sir, your teachings are very special. Your mind is a master and we admire you. You are very mindful. Your site is very generous and beautiful. Wong Ka Meng

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i have been looking for someone too draw my sword idea and i was wondering if you would like to hear mine.

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great site,excellent info!

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Hi Antonio!! I was just browsing on the net and thought I would stop and say Hi! I *love* your site and all of the cool pictures and ideas. Nice place but it needs somewhere to sit and have a cup of tea. :-) See ya, Brian VanSpeybroeck

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Shakespeare once said, “Life is nothing but a walking shadow? Not only scientists and philosophers are always trying to solve the mysteries of life and the universe, but also literati and artists put a lot of effort in seeking the truth of life. Is life really like what is said in Buddhism, “Life is a dream, a virtual scene; it pasts just like a thunder, morning dews even last longer? If all of all in this world turns out to be totally meaningless, why should we come to this world? With the fast improvement of living standards, bodily needs satisfaction has been given the first priority in our daily life while spiritual promotion is ignored. We keep ourselves busy everyday and have been enriched in daily material needs, but our spirit is weakened and capability is degrading. Among those I know, Antonio Conceicao Junior, is a person spiritually abundant. He is an artist, but he is more than an artist. It is easy to tell his intelligence through his talks. His understanding of history, knowledge of both eastern and western cultures, and insight of life show the wisdom of a knowledgeable person and his enthusiasm for life. It is really an enjoyable thing to have chances discussing issues of life with such a good friend and teacher.

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Hi Antonio, just need to mention you have done a great work with the design of my Kogarasu Maru Zukuri. Very good service ! You are very kind and communicative. It was fun to look how you work. To everyone else a more detailed comment is in Sword Forum International under: http://forums.swordforum.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=8828  

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I believe it´s a very complete web site about what you do, about what you think and about what you are. It´s defenetly a small, but important, part of your imense colection of ideas, philosofies and projects, all built on your mind and sculpt on the net. Knowing how you work day after day on something, this, I might say, is something that you easily achieved for it is, by far, by your reach. Congradulations and keep it up, dad. Kico

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Antonio Congratulations on your site. Your ability to take sharpened lengths of steel and blend these with history, culture, art and modern technology is the true alchemy. It takes a sensitive and intelligent person to transform instruments of battle and violence far beyond their intended purpose into works that everyone can appreciate as art. Again -- congratulations and I hope to see more of your work. Anton

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Excelant site. A must for all sword lovers. Thanks. Gary

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Antonio, your site is well done and inspiring. I look forward to what you will display in the future. E. Ricci

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Sorry Antonio, forgot to post the comment. Fantastic. Great site. Now I will look if I can add comments to the NEW GUEST BOOK FOR JOE WALTERS CHOKUTO

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HELLO! My name is Przemek,I from POLAND Nice site

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This is a great site! Factual, informative, easy to use, and pleasing to the eye! I wish I knew about it sooner! Well Done! Ann Feuerbach PhD

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Dear Antonio, Thank you for sharing your site with us all. The designs are awe inspiring. As you know, the untold history was extremely interesting for me and has inspired me to further my quest for information regarding our ancestors. My best wishes to you and continued success! Best regards, Mary Jane Manuel

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Antonio, You do us a great service. You have my sincere thanks. Christine Clark

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Meu caro Visitei o teu "site" que li bastante em diagonal(devo dizer). Quando voltar de férias conto lê-lo integralmente. Todavia desde logo me chamou a atenção a tua referência ao Rainer Daehnardt. Mais do que sibólica esse referência é "angular" já que Daehnart, para além de um especialista em armamento(principalmente antigo)é um extraordinário simbolista. Conheci-o pessoalmente há muitos, muitos anos (mais de 20) em condições que te poderei contar, mas apenas pessoalmente. Não sei se ele conserva a tradição iniatica dos "Cavaleiros Teutónicos", mas parece-me que provavlmete sim(!?). Se fôr o caso a espada que tu tanto prezas também ele a tem na mesma conta. Chamo-te à atenção para os livros que ele escreveu e que tu deves concerteza já conhecer: - Páginas Secretas da História de Portugal,Volumes I e II e Portugal, a missão que falta cumprir (todos da Edição Nova Acrópole). Só por isso o teu "site" vale a pena. Abraço J.Guedes Quanto a Sun Tzu gostaria de conversar mais aprofundadamente contigo sobre o tema, mas agora só para Agosto data em que regreso.

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Thank you for having your site open for us to view. I appreciate your philosophy re. blades. My tastes and views re. blades are similar to yours. Thank you for sharing. alan

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Youre site is fantastique. I can see you are a visionaire and a philosophier. Superbe!!!

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I found your page "huntold history"; it's great ! It's a pity I can't contact sir Daehnhardt's. I hope he can help me for a specific information request. Good continuation. Respectfully. R.Medeiros http://www.caosaomiguel.com  

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An excellent site. Well composed, loads swiftly and smoothly on a 56k line. Images are clear, content is good, and no clutter to be found. Well done! Krsyzsztof M. Mathews http://www.firstgearterritories.com

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Dear Antonio: Love your site and hope to send you some writings soon. If you would like to see some custom knife/sword magazines from here, give me an address and I will get them to you. I will write more shortly after I have gone through your site in depth. Chris

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The site looks great man and good to see you are updating it frequently...Your current sword projects look splendid and I think I need to go into your line of work so I can afford more of my own! Looks great man and look forward to doing business with you soon... Dennis Pishock

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Very nice. Very unique. The "untold history" section is a particularly nice touch. Congratulations on a very nice job. Respectfully, your faithful servant. R.Quigley

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Excellant articel. Applicable to all martial arts not just sword. we have been haveing the same discussion for years now on the judo-L list. Judo is barely 100 hundred years old but has gone through many changes due to sport impact. Yet many of us say we practice traditional judo. Even that is not the same as wha tyou see in nay book written in 1900. It's the major principals that we preserve - even as technique varies.

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Just a wonderful site.... thank you so much for sharing this with us! Slàinte & Viva , Thomas McDonald

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It is a privlege to be able to wander around your site. Thank you. Felix Wang

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Hello, I like the site , wonderful information. I'm in love with the Black Chokuto ! and the Lalique Sword. Live long and prosper my Friend. Blessings Rev Fr Jerrold L. St.Clair

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Diane, as usual, you've given me not only a great read, but many things of which to think. Your contributions to my learning have been priceless! <bowing gently to you> Pj

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Absolutely *superb* article with important insights, encouragement to all, and malice toward none. I love it!! -- Dale Seago

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Antonio, It is a great honor for me to sign your guestbook. I have found working with you to be a pleasure, as you are a true artist and scholar. May your life be long, healthy, and prosperous! Your friend, Bawko

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it's hard to find words that would accurately depict the pleasure I have visiting this site. Too many come to my mind. formidable. I'm eager to see what next you'll bring us, Antonio. Merci beaucoup. Fabrice Cognot.

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Antonio, As usual your vision is only exceeded by the honourable way in which you present it. Fantastic content, a great design and a pleasure to view. This site is now a fixture in my favorites. Terry Dolson

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nice site, keep on the good work

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Your work is gorgeous with the hira-zukuri in maple. I have been in martial arts for about 13 years now and I have never seen any sword come close to that. Whether it be competitions or different schools I visit that what you have made is definitely one of a kind. ps a price list would be nice one day I would like to have one designed

 

 

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