Singing and Folding Together

singing and folding together

The Folding Together Association

● The FTA was established to create a connection between Jewish and Arab
(Palestinian) cultures using the art of origami and the culture of Japan. Most of the participants are children aged 8-12 years, though their families and schools are also involved.
● The purpose of the project is for the children to learn to judge a person from his/her personality and behavior, not from their origins, culture or religion.

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India – Copper Coins from Harappan Period — BCE 600 (2600 years ago)

Of particular interest is the image on a Copper Coin found in the Indian National Museum.

This coin is dated BCE 600 – 400 (2600 years old)

The image on this coin corresponds to the Chinese character used in ancient China to represent the God of China – Kakuten Sokan
(see: India Compilation Report page 2, below)

This same symbol is also found in Japan at the Emperor’s Shrine, the holy place in Shinto indigenous religion of Japan – Tai-ichi

(see: Chinese Character for Sun – Creator God from Egypt?)

 

 

 

Also, of interest:  Designs from Coins – Harappan Period, Indus Valley

 

Below is the India Compilation Report  (4 pages, 2012 India Research Trip – compiled by Koji Soma – KPRI Chairman)