The Pink Sea(Credobaptism)

Sioux tipi Karl Bodmer(1833)

Sioux tipi, watercolor by Karl Bodmer, ca. 1833

The Pink Sea(Tipi)Edit

1 概要 (1  Outline)


A tipee requires original manners.This does not change even now.


Going into a tipee suddenly is violation of manners.


When the cover of the entrance is open, if it is a friend, you may enter as it is.

※TIPI MANNERS "If the door was open, friends(Madotsuki) simply walked in(Poniko's room)."?

01-052: TIPI MANNERS (By Dorthea H. Calverley)

If the door was open, friends simply walked in. If the curtain was dropped over the entrance, a person was expected to signal discretely that he was outside, then wait for an invitation. If the door flap was closed, and two sticks crossed in front of it, the tipi was more effectively locked than a hotel room with a dead-bolt lock, for no Indian would dream of entering.

Poniko(Imaginary friend)Edit

※With a Japanese person since Madotsuki calls it "駄目(dame)" and "無理(muri)" in Japanese?


There is no Japanese who are a blue eye and blond hair.

Imaginary friends and imaginary companions are a psychological and social disorder where a friendship or other interpersonal relationship takes place in the imagination rather than external physical reality. Imaginary friends are fictional characters created for improvisational role-playing. They often have elaborate personalities and behaviors. They may seem real to their creators, though they are ultimately unreal, as shown by studies.[1] The first studies focusing on imaginary friends are believed to have been conducted during the 1890s.[2]

※Madotsuki in childhood, sometimes in adolescence, and rarely in adulthood?

Imaginary friends are made often in childhood, sometimes in adolescence, and rarely in adulthood. They often function as tutelaries when played with by a child. They reveal, according to several theories of psychology, a child's anxieties, fears, goals and perceptions of the world through that child's conversations.[citation needed] They are, according to some children, physically indistinguishable from real people, while others say they see their imaginary friends only in their heads.[citation needed]


※Imaginary friends are the signs of Dissociative Identity Disorder?

解離性同一性障害(かいりせいどういつせいしょうがい、: Dissociative Identity Disorder ; DID)は、解離性障害のひとつである。かつては多重人格障害: Multiple Personality Disorder ; MPD)と呼ばれていた[注 1]

5 正常な範囲と周辺の疾患

イマジナリーフレンド(イマジナリーコンパニオンとも)は座敷童と考えれば理解しやすい。 これは正常である。

If a household tutelary god is considered (imaginary companion), it will be easy to understand an imaginary friend.
This is normal.


There are those who have the experience 20 to no less than 30% at infancy, and there are many to an only child or the first female child.

※Madotsuki is the woman of infancy(after the birth 1 years old ~ 6 years old or 7 years old) and is an only child?

2歳から4歳の間に生まれ、8歳ぐらいの間に消えてしまう[99][100][101][注 50]

It will be born among 2 to 4 years old, and will disappear among about 8 years old.

※Relevance with a gender identity which identity becomes rigid, around the ages of 5–7 years.

イマジナリーフレンドを持つ子供は空想力が豊かであり、しばしば知性と創造性のしるしとみなされることもある[102]。 これは病的な交代人格状態とははっきりと区別される[103]

The child with an imaginary friend has rich imagination, and it may often be considered that he is a mark of intellect and creativity [102].This is clearly distinguished from a morbid shift character state [103].

※"Lizard icon" of the Menu is a mark of intellect and creativity?


※"Madotsuki" calls it "駄目(dame)" and "無理(muri)" in Japanese, but "Poniko" is no Japanese who are a blue eye and blond hair, Bacause not friend (imaginary friend) on the mere imagination in a dream?

※Therefore, although it was a false friend(Uboa), Uboa(Nuppeppō) is made to look like a imaginary friend(Poniko)?

※"Poniko(imaginary friend & Nuppeppō)" showed as "Tipi" was left open and the friend (Madotsuki) was welcomed, "Madotsuki" is deceived?



2008/05/28 "ウボァ" #1:00~1:07 Added by Alfonso E. Jaimes

Events(darken someone's door)Edit

Alternative forms


darken someone's door

  1. (idiomatic) To arrive at the entrance of someone's residence or of another building associated with that person, especially as an unwelcome visitor.

darken someone's door Fig. [for an unwelcome person] to come to someone's door seeking entry. (As if the visitor were casting a shadow on the door. Formal, or even jocular.) 

※Since "Madotsuki" made the room obstinately dark ("darken a person's door") repeatedly, "Poniko" thought [for an unwelcome person]→Behavior of "Poniko" and an intimate friend was stopped (Don't [Never] darken my door again), and it was set to "Uboa" which is very angry of being.

never darken your door again (old-fashioned)if you tell someone never to darken your door again, you mean you never want to see them again   

Suushi Nuppeppo

An ear and a nose are not like Uboa.



There are only a name and a picture in a picture scroll, since description of expository writing is absolutely none, do not go beyond the imagination of whether it is what meant what kind of supernatural creature and was drawn, but the name and 洒落本(Japanese book) "新吾左出放題盲牛" (publication year unknown) -- "ぬっぺっほうといふ化けもの有り、目もなく耳も無く (The ghost Nuppeppō is, there are also no eyes and there is also no ear)" -- [1] currently believed to be a kind of Nuppeppō from a certain thing, and [2].


Uboa(There is "no body" in Uboa like Nuppeppō, it is "only a face", and even if compared with the picture,there are "not only a nose and an ear".


Moreover, Katsumi Tada, the supernatural creature investigator, supposes that it was a thing of the form which distinction of a face and the body does not attach like [ it is old and ] this Nuppeppō, although Noppera-bō is known now as a supernatural creature who does not have the eyes and the nose in a face.


Although the appearance which applied face powder to the face with doping is called "chlorosis", this "chlorosis" has meanings, such as "it carries out, and pretends ignorance", "it pretending to reveal straightforwardly and to say and deceiving", "it becoming candid", "it being dressed with face powder", and "a white ghost."


By body expression of the meaning of the "chlorosis", it approaches a passerby (carrying out) with ぬっぺふほふ first in the disguise of man, It talks friendly (being straightforwardly frank), true character of  is shown in the place where the partner was inattentive (becoming candid), and it is said that a normal state of being (white ghost which applied face powder fast) is shown [3].

※"Poniko" left "Tipi" open (meaning that "a friend(Madotsuki)" may go into "Tipi").

Because "Uboa" became an intimate human being "friend(Poniko)" like "Nuppeppō(chlorosis)" and is cleared up?

Battesimo dei neofiti (restaurato)

Baptism of Neophytes by Masaccio, 15th century, Brancacci Chapel, Florence.

The Pink Sea(Baptism)Edit

Baptism (from the Greek noun βάπτισμα baptisma; itself derived from βαπτισμός baptismos, washing[2]) is a Christian rite of admission (or adoption[3]), almost invariably with the use of water, into the Christian Church generally[4] and also a particular church tradition. Baptism has been called a sacrament and an ordinance of Jesus Christ. In some traditions, baptism is also called christening,[5][6] but for others the word "christening" is reserved for the baptism of infants.[7]

※Supposing there is an intention that the "Pink Sea is a baptism",

the crime committed after Baptism(Pink Sea) , After it is having turned off the electricity of the Poniko's room(Madotsuki's sins)

※And the purple door in the snowy world is connected with the Pink(purple?) sea as a Liturgical colours(Purple) of the faithful obtain divine mercy for the sins(Sacrament of Reconciliation) or the repentant character of Lent (Advent) from Poniko's house Events?


The height of Madotsuki is set to less than 150 cm if Uboa is Nuppeppō.


In Japanese folklore the Nuppeppō (ぬっぺっぽう?) (also known as Nuppefuhō) is a yōkai that is genderless and estimated to be up to 1.5m in height.

※"Uboa(Nuppeppō)" estimated to be up to 1.5m in height too?(Relation between height with Madotsuki, and age)

Human height

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Madotsuki(Human height)Edit

※Since madotsuki which age understands from average height is a Japanese, it is taken from average height of Japan.


Here Comes the Bogey-Man

Goya's Que viene el Coco ("Here comes the bogeyman") c. 1797


A bogeyman (also spelled bogieman, boogeyman or boogieman) is an amorphous imaginary being used by adults to terrorize children into submissive behaviour.

Bogeyman tales vary by region. The bogeyman is usually a masculine entity but can be any gender or simply androgynous.

2 Analogies in other cultures


The black point on a mouth look like nasal mucus?

In Denmark it is bussemanden or "Bøhmanden" (meaning "The Buhman"). It hides under the bed and grabs children who will not sleep. Like the English, it is also a slang term for nasal mucus.


Poniko's room(his preference for hiding in dark places, like the "closet", under the "bed" of children or in forests at "night".)

Germany - The Bogeyman is known as Der schwarze Mann (the black man). "Schwarz" does not refer to the colour of his skin (most Germans had never met a real black person during the time these legends developed) but to his preference for hiding in dark places, like the closet, under the bed of children or in forests at night.