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    that aikiBUjutsu 'doesn't exist' and aikiJUjutsu does is a surprising comment from someone that "speaks Nihongo" haha but then again...you've researched it for 5 years...

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    During this process, in 1928, Ueshiba changed the name of his martial arts school to Aioi-ryu Aiki Bujutsu. He again renamed his school Aiki-Budo or Ko-Budo, and finally settled with aikido in 1942. Aikido became an official term when it was approved at a conference of the Dai-Nippon Butoku- Kai, the association of all martial arts in Japan.
    For someone that researched so hard...you'd think that the term "Aikibujutsu" wouldn't be so foreign! Of course, maybe after UESHIBA named it that in 1928...he too realized he was just "bullshitting". ;)

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    You are asking for a spanking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikijeremy
    During this process, in 1928, Ueshiba changed the name of his martial arts school to Aioi-ryu Aiki Bujutsu. He again renamed his school Aiki-Budo or Ko-Budo, and finally settled with aikido in 1942. Aikido became an official term when it was approved at a conference of the Dai-Nippon Butoku- Kai, the association of all martial arts in Japan.
    For someone that researched so hard...you'd think that the term "Aikibujutsu" wouldn't be so foreign! Of course, maybe after UESHIBA named it that in 1928...he too realized he was just "bullshitting". ;)
    During what process? What are you getting at?

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    What I was getting at was that the term "aikibujutsu" was not 'bullshit' ;) Ueshiba himself used the term early on. Although, I would agree being skeptical of any school claiming to teach aikibujutsu is a good idea. Just getting some more of the facts out there is all.

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    You're an idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikijeremy
    During this process, in 1928, Ueshiba changed the name of his martial arts school to Aioi-ryu Aiki Bujutsu. He again renamed his school Aiki-Budo or Ko-Budo, and finally settled with aikido in 1942. Aikido became an official term when it was approved at a conference of the Dai-Nippon Butoku- Kai, the association of all martial arts in Japan.
    For someone that researched so hard...you'd think that the term "Aikibujutsu" wouldn't be so foreign! Of course, maybe after UESHIBA named it that in 1928...he too realized he was just "bullshitting". ;)
    Hello, welcome to bullshido. Although this isn't MABS, I'm asking you for the books that confirm this name change. No, not a website but books or research articles.
    Then we will go from there.
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    Please don't site John Stevens

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    an idiot how?

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    For drinking the Koolaid.

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