SS: this blog is for my priestess samurai queen .. my priestess queenBee is enchantress priestess and also a samurai queen because she has been trained the martial art that i call “relying on ones bardo” .. and knowledge of the courtyards and pathways to and from the high house .. my enchantress “norma jean” has an iq higher than einstiens because my priestess is very intelligent and with much knowledge and wisdom .

Using or throwing a dagger or a knife, whether moving or standing still, developed into an art (tantojutsu) in which the women of the buke often became quite skilled. These women carried the dirk (kaiken) on their persons at all times, this weapon being for them what the katana was for their male counterparts. — Secrets of the Samurai

Among the weapons the samurai women handled with skill was the spear, both the straight (yari) and the curved (naginata), which customarily hung over the doors of every military household within the precincts of the clan’s establishment. She was also equally well versed in handling the short dagger (kaikan) , which like the male warrior’s wakizashi, was always carried on her person (usually in her sleeve or sash) and which she could deftly employ against armed foes in close combat or throw with deadly accuracy. — Secrets of the Samurai