Monk Ninmon had brought the idea of the duality of Tendai-Buddhism to Kunisaki Peninsula in 718AD, where Miura Baien was born in 1723.
Monk Ninmon built his first temple named Sento-JI in Sento village, where Baien's mother was born about 1000 years later. Few experts research the issue of this Japanese regional history.
Sadly, his first temple destroyed by Otomo Sorin (1530-1587), who was a Christian Daimyo. He broke many temples built on the Kunisaki Peninsula. Christianity could not tolerate dualism.
Modern quantum mechanics has begun to prove that there is duality in the basic structure of the universe.
I took some pictures of the first temple "SENTO-JI-Okunoin" in 2018. Okuno-in means inner shrine. He kept preaching until he died here.
Ninmon died at this little cabin. His death date is unknown. He brought dualism to the Kunisaki Peninsula and created an important historical land called Rokugo Manzan.
Even today, most Japanese hope to marry in front of Japanese gods and die under the protection of Buddha. It is a secular tradition of Ninmon teachings. It is like a marriage ceremony at a church and a funeral at a mosque.
Most of Japanese never wonder that. Ninmon mediated conflicts between religions and paved the way for peaceful coexistence. Can you imagine a scene where you get married at a Christian church and have a funeral at an Islamic mosque at the end of your life?
However, I am convinced that Ninmon's most important work was that he brought the Baien's system in world history 1000 years later.
I am convinced that BAIEN's Holonic Dual Path System will be used as a catalyst to integrate past and future, East and West, religion and science, relativity theory and quantum mechanics, and our life world.
The keyword that creates the next era is duality. Not uniqueness.