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Pan Kau Rau Shen: Ancient Egyptian Self-Defense
Roots: Ancient Concepts for Modern Combat
So Pan Kau Ra Shen is the actual original Mixed Martial Art and the Kushites are the forefathers of MMA.
What is Pan Kau Rau Shen? Pan Kau Rau Shen is the Original mixed "Kemetic" Montu art of ' Kemet' ancient Egypt. Pan Kau Rau Shen is an Egyptian or “Kemetic” ( KM.T Arts of All Powers or Total Skills encompassing ) is unifiedfighting defense system that was used by the Egyptian military, Keftuans, and Medjay warriors to overcome their enemies on the battlefield. The basic principles were applied in ancient times for personal defense and are still effective and relevant to this present day.
Pan Kau Rau Shen: The hidden Kushite art that is survived as Greek Pankration
Techniques: Kemetic (ancient Egyptian ) Original and Historical Pan Kau Rau Shen
Pan kau Rau Shen is Kametic means " defeating your enemies with the force of RA". A Kushite Martial art. A form of it survives in Greece to this day called Pankration. Shades of Memnon. Page (25) Ra Force Rising P 200. The Kushite system uses a 'blend' or mixture of striking ( boxing and kicking) , wrestling ( grappling, choke holds, locks, sweeps, and throws that includes take downs.
A FORM OF PAN KAU RAU SHEN IS SURVIVED AS GREEK PANRATION
Definition: Pan Kau Rau Shen, is a term ( name in English) that means all compassing Kemetic arts. It is linguistic in nature. This means it is a description for the arts ( combat expression of ancient Egypt. This is in the forms of: Boxing, wrestling, stick, knife fighting, bow and chariot. The Shizen or Ainu are known for their martial arts: wrestling and archery, especially. The Ainu of the Upper Nile were famous for boxing, wrestling, stick fighting and archery.
These martial arts today are referred to as Pankration (Greek marital sports) or Pankrashan. The Pan Kau Ra Shen (all encompassing spirit force of Ra) was developed along the Nile Valley, probably in ancient Nubia. The Nubians were famous for boxing, wrestling, stick fighting and archery. The Greeks learned these skills from the ancient Egyptian and Nubian warriors. They refined these skills through martial sports called Pankrashan, which is Pan Kau Ra/Rau Shen - all encompassing spirit force of Ra . Alice Linsley JUST GENESIS through the lens of Anthropology.
RESURRECTION: Pan Kau Rau Shen (Re-Born Modern Close Quarter Combatives )
All Powers or Total skills literally means anything that can be used in battle to win. This pic depicts 'blocking', striking, and grappling or simultaneous fluid motion of fighting or complete motion.
Traced back to the ancient Kushite (Ethiopian) martial art of Pan Kau Ra Shen ( Fighting with the Spirit of Ra -The Egyptian god) this is where Pankration comes from. To utilize your body fully as a weapon,take advantage of your bodily full attributes and full range of motion. Also, to use what works, be it orthodox or ( armed unorthodox). The word Pan Kau Rau Shen is "Kamitic". means from the root word Egypt ( European) or AEygptos from the Agean ( Greek) meaning Black Land or Land of The Black People. Pan means " All" Kau " Spiritual" Rau " Powers and Shen " Encompassing". The origination appears to have come from the Keftui people of the Nile.
Pan Kau Rau Shen: The military history. Pan Kau Rau Shen is kemetic literally meaning, ' All Spiritual Powers Encompassing' or IN battle terms. 'Defeating Your Enemies with The Force of RA - combat'. Kemetic words were actually linguistic meaning broken up words to describe or communicate information. Boxing, wrestling, weapons, and fitness was the arsenal for a well trained warrior. The city of 'Thebes' or Waset was well protected city. Egypt was well known for its fighting prowess.
Pan Kau Rau Shen is a system of that applies principles to a confrontational problem and uses practical solutions to survival situations. Thebes ( Waset or Wose) was the largest city in the world. It was said to have a 100 gates and over 80,000 people. The police, military, and security was there to keep law and order. But most important, urban violence was just as real then as it is today. SDR studies not only the psycho -spiritual aspects of fighting but, what made the ancient Egyptians ethical in times of war and peace.
THE BODY OF SKILLS :
Kemetic Stand up Combat:
> Blocking : re-directing or repelling blows from frontal attack. Spontaneous Defense Response uses applies a vary of deflecting, stop hits, and parrying to situations. The sucker punch science is viewed as ACTIVE pre-emptive attack. To be prepared for these types of encounters is key to reduces injury by mental ability to control aggression.
> Strikes: Tactical limb destruction focuses on attacking vital areas of the body. Such as soft areas, eyes, etc.The goal is to use the bone to strike again some soft boney part to create pain. Pan Kau Rau Shen uses a vary of human weapons of strikes in combinations.
> Grappling: Sets up the opponent to take to the ground. Shoulder, wrist, and joint locks pins, and chokes on the ground. The goal is to defuse the situation before it escalastes and this followed up by take downs or throws, taking full advantage of the opponent off balance and reducing the threat to the ground.
Kemetic Ground Combat:
> Ground mounts: Strategic positioning while on the ground. The objective is learning how not to panic. Corrective positioning to put oneself into a area to counter attack. This may be in striking or tactical maneuvering to be on the top mount to ground and pound, etc.
> Pinning Positions : Holding the opponent by applying pressure and to use blunt force trauma or pressure locks to control the subject. Kneeing the threat on side of the rib area, chest, or back immobilizes the subject for direct attacks (pressure points, eye gouge, etc.
> Grapple to Fight: Being on the ground does not mean one stays there. Being comfortable and knowing the body in battle mode is the key. Not worrying or fearing that one is in a vunerable position. Parrying, striking, locking, or chokes can be applied in a lower area to the ground and create a widow to get back up one's feet.
Stick Fighting: Symbol of skill for the Warrior
The baton is the longest and most reliable weapon known to man next to the blade. Without a stick there would be no arrows, batons, fishing poles, oars, spears, or any type of rod, etc. You have to have some form of a stick. This is a Kohl Egyptian stick 18th Dyansty The new kingdom under Thutmoses III.
In modern times in the 21 century, stick fighting is still much revered by police, security, and citizens. It has be innovated into weapons such as: The Pepper Baton, KUBA baton, ASP Baton, The Tri-don (Toffa-Baton) and many others. Batons has been one of the most respected weapons through out time.
CONCEPTS -LEVELS OF FORCE:
The greatest number of wrestling scenes come from the Middle Kingdom. Outstanding among these are the scenes from the tombs of the princes of the Antelope District in Middle Egypt (in Bani Hassan). In the tomb of Baqti III the wrestling is painted across the east wall.
The difference between a " Martial Art" and a " Combat Sport. What many do not know is, the term " Martial Art" literally means a Roman god of war. Mars ( as he is called) watched over farmers and soldiers. When a soldier went to battle, they took full armour, weapons, and tactics to the battle field. A combat sport is between two people with rules, no weapons, and for entertainment ( MMA, UFC, TAP OUT, etc). These are not in anyway as martial art. It is a combat sport. Martial arts is deemed as self - defense or a military action against one or more opponents. Our above pics show soldiers who ate training for battle using hand to hand and weapon skills. See my blog page for more information about what a Martial art really is. In ancient Egypt, it was called the Montw arts. The greatest of pharaohs like Ramses and Thutmoses said that they were the sdons of Montw ( raging bulls). Montw arts is seen as full battle field system! That uses hand to hand, weapons, tactics, and strategies to overcome the enemy. SDRI teaches the concepts and skills of the Egyptian history of self-defense.
Pan Kau Rau Shen Ethics of Combat is broken down into 3 distinct phases:
1. Non lethal: Mindset of Combat. This is the know how on applying the SDR ' Spontaneous Defense Response' to corrective postures, basic blunt force strikes, and pain compliance to decrease threat from increasing at its early stages. Hot hard, fast and fierce to reduce risk of threats or aggression.
2. Less than lethal: Attacks that continue to increase without stopping may need additional increase in the use of force. This can include harder blunt force direct, dislocating, or disfiguring. Decreasing threat is to deal with the aggression of attacks.
3. Lethal force: When there is no other option in decreasing, reducing, or the attacker stopping. The only other alternative is to use deadly force. Applications of any un orthodox methods maybe applied. Anything to survive the fight. Self defense is not personal, its taking care of business. Serious business.
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