art of ninzuwu

The Sword of the Ninzuwu

The term Ninzuwu is defined in the Vasuh language as meaning “Magicians of the Yi Jing,” or one who is able to navigate through life changes. This navigation is a work of cultivating purity and virtue, for these are the double edges of the Sword of the Ninzuwu. We are well aware that what dies […]

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The Ninzuwu Theatre

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A Production of Nature


The Nine Schools of Initiation Within The Art of Ninzuwu

Martial arts Ninjustu

First Separate and Then Combine

Core Learning Principle: First Separate and Then Combine The principle of breaking movements into micro-components follows an ancient Taoist principle of learning called “first separate and then combine.” First you learn to become comfortable with a specific micro-component. Next you learn and practice a second one. Then you combine both components and practice them simultaneously […]

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Ninja Koans

path of the dark knight

The Art of Ninjutsu

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The Ivory Tablets of the Crow

The Ivory Tablets of the Crow is the initiatory rite of the Art of Ninzuwu, a spiritual practice said to have originated during the Jomon period, closely associated with the Tengu, Yatagarasu, and Ryujin Shinko. During the Jomon period an empire existed, whose boundaries stretched from the Far East into what is known today as […]


Ame-no-Ukihashi: The Ancient Martial Art of the Ninzuwu


The Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami


The Yi Jing Apocrypha of Genghis Khan

Martial arts

The six inner directions

    The six inner directions   In this short passage about the kamae, O Sensei provides us with some crucial information for the practice of Aikido : 1.      … Open your feet in the six directions, and face the enemy in the hanmi irimi position of Aiki. – O Sensei 2.      Regarding the movement, […]


First Separate and Then Combine


Ame-no-Ukihashi Floating Bride of Heaven meaning in Akido and Shinto


Esoteric Ninjitsu

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