“A rare treatise of Ame-no-Ukihashi, an esoteric martial form held sacred by practitioners of the Art of Ninzuwu. Developed and named after its founder, Ame-no-Ukihashi-hime-no-Mikoto, during the Heian period, it is the only martial art based on the supernatural abilities of the Yuki Onna.
This book discusses the history and philosophy of Ame-no-Ukihashi in great detail. The sacred dance of Ame-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi, martial poses hidden in the hiragana script, which form a series of katas used in the development of clairvoyant abilities and self-transformation, is described and its corresponding force of influence.
The fundamental principles of Ame-no-Ukihashi are clearly illustrated by more than 40 photos. Shinto priest in the Art of Ninzuwu lineage, author Messiah’el Bey (Warlock Asylum), provides a unique look into a knowledge that was once thought to be extinct.”
Luckily, I got a chance to speak to the book’s editor, Susan Li, who contributed the following thoughts about the new work and its overall meaning. Li replied with the following statement:
“Before sitting down to edit and analyze the contents of this book, I decided to purchase all of the works written and published by Warlock Asylum. In my humble opinion, this is by far his best presentation. Although it is a book about martial arts, it’s also about helping a person understand the value of being a martial artist, an occultist, and how to come into a knowledge of the divine world.
This book is far beyond the study of simple self-defense methods, which it warns the true martial artist from engaging in. I would recommend this book for every serious student of Eastern mysticism, the occult, and for martial art instructors.”