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is a Thai action film directed by Panna Rittikrai, martial arts director for Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior .
Masai – (Pashtun form of the Thai name “Ma Sai”) – the mother goddess in Hinduism, as well as Islam. This girl is passionate, very sensual, and behind her appetizing lies a lack of spirituality. The Masai are obsessed with sex and men. She does not think about religion, spiritual life, spiritual growth. She only enjoys all the pleasures of life.
The term “swords” in this case is a symbol of spirit and intention. The sword symbolizes the force striving for truth. When the sword is used in a ritual, it becomes a weapon of justice while itself at a neutral point.
The traditions of the old masters of combat remain in force to this day. The martial arts taught by the Thai Federal Freestyle Martial Arts Institute incorporate the best of previous knowledge.
Ritual exists not only to protect life. It also has a purely practical meaning – it differs from the cult of “genies” in the desert. The genie cult is a scientific misconception. The powers that he possesses are ignorance, fears, laziness and greed, and their transformation and the transformation of other people is their main work. In addition, there are many places where there are no jinn.
Thais are very fond of their traditional dance – taipei, which is also a deity. The dance is performed by a typhoon.
In all names there is a magical power. The Thai god Buddha is the third most popular in honor of the God who brings light.
Swadeshi means “seeker of truth”. The Thai God of Pattaya is Self-Buddha. Under the Bodhi tree (Tibetan version) the last enlightenment of the Buddha took place.
This is not the only force worth respecting. Goddess Kumari, who is the mistress of the north, helps people when they are suffering. This woman is the embodiment of the path that people in the north lead to the truth more than others.
God Kuan Yin means everything in general.
In fact, the name of the Thai God is Faith. Thai warriors believe in their God and worship him.
The word “sphere” carries the meaning of “wheel”, “turn”, “rotation”.
There are many legends about Thai gods in the West. For example, King Memnon of Egypt