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FOR THE LAST TIME: "CAPOEIRA" IS KIPURA OF KONGO; IT'S AFRIKAN NOT BRAZILIAN

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I could get into a long diatribe about this? After all, this blog of mine has a gazillion in depth pieces of research on this matter. But I won't do that. Instead? Let's cut straight to the chase, shall we?


Rafael Bluteau proves that he was the first to write and document the word "capoeira" in 1712. Before Rafael Bluteau first wrote the word "capoeira"? No documentation of the word "capoeira" existed.  Here is Rafael's documentation of the word "capoeira" for his dictionary:








The word "capoeira" is a mispronounciation, misspelling and misunderstanding of the KiKongo [ language of Kongo ] term Kipura. As long proven by books written by actually good scientists and researchers who aren't racists, the term Kipura is very famously known to exist looong before Rafael Bluteau was born, and describes the exact fighting art and even the fortifications and palisades on towns and forts that Afrikans were in/famous for many centu…

HOW AFRIKAN MASTERS OF THE SWORDS OF KIPURA CHANGED THE WORLD

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YASUKE, MASTER OF KIPURA...JAPAN'S GREATEST SAMURAI?



This particular topic came to me when I...for the hundred trillionth time...had to dispel some the persistent, vicious untruths about Afrikan warriors [ which most people know nothing of ] and Afrikan self defense and war arts [ which most people still don't know exist ].

The particular instance that encouraged me to write this specific blog entry revolved around the skeptical questions and responses of...shall we say, an acquaintance of a friend of a friend...who witnessed me practice with my practice weapons.

This "acquaintance of a friend of a friend" was the kind of guy who felt that his observations and opinions would improve every human interaction. He saw me working basic movements and...utterly miscomprehending what was happening...started making not-so-"sotto voce" criticisms about my technique, stances, attack selection, and how everything I did was evidence of deep amateurism and lack of real …