浑元剑经 (Hunyuan Jianjing)'s Raise Cauldron Stance

浑元剑经 "Hunyuan Jianjing" is a Chinese sword manual written in late-Yuan/early-Ming period, so this ancient book could easily be more than 600 years old! It is entirely written in words with no diagrams at all, which is a pain to translate as I was reading through it. But I just thought I'd share bits and pieces that I discovered. Highlighted in red is the "Ba Wang Ju Ding Shi", translated as "Tyrant Raises Cauldron Stance". Sounds familiar? That's because in a later late-Ming sword manual with diagrams, there's also a "Raise Cauldron Stance". Link: https://www.chineselongsword.com/straightsword The version in "Hunyuan Jianjing" is translated as: "The Tyrant Raise Cauldron Stance has 2 versi

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