Hi, I have been reading and studying the General Tian Bubishi Translation and have found it invaluable. What a great book! Highly recommended to all. I have some questions if I may: 1/. The first use of the name "Bubishi" appeared in the 1934 printed edition of Mabuni Kenwa's book and then only in printed not handwritten form. What was the Text's name prior to that? Or what should the text have been named given its content? 2/. Some have said that the illustrations within the Text are the "real secret" containing the energetics or the application of energy and Qi. What are your thoughts regarding the illustrations? 3/. What part or important aspect does the "Six Ji Hands Illustrations" play in the Bubishi and White Crane? Some of the illustrations are different from others seen. 4/. The depiction of General Tian in the Bubishi ...... I have been told by others that this is actually a reference to an older man who gave rise to White Crane Gongfu. Is there any probability of truth in this?