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Wind Fire Wheels acquire an in depth discussion in my following book. They are nearly exclusively a Baguazhang weapon. Right here is a quick review of the problem, feedback welcome, every weapons are pictured bellow:

The Angry infant God Nezha"s windfire wheels go on his feetThe wind fire wheels of Baguazhang walk in the hands.Two Baguazhang deer horn velvet stuck together look prefer a wind fire wheel.Nezha"s Qiankun Yuan (hoop) is both a punching weapon and also a boomerang (so he never ever throws the away).These are all most likely theatrical-ritual weapons.How room they all related? What is their real purpose?

Check out this (currently free) TV show about Wind Fire wheel starring Gene Ching, who does a wonderful job. That is hefty on the metal work and cheese.

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Tangki own by Nezha regularly do some type of self-flaying, the man in the TV display actual cut himself, as one would suppose from a self-flaying weapon prefer fish-swords and also spike-balls.

Nezha has his origins in infant Krishna indigenous India. There are two similar weapons provided there: