Nine Book of Dreams


There are no masters in the Art of Ninzuwu. It is an eternal practice that is spacious as our universe. The best way to understand the Art of Ninzuwu is through simplicity and virtue.
The Initiate should also take into consideration that the Art of Ninzuwu is founded upon nine schools, which contain eighty-one degrees. These nine schools are based on the Nine Books of Dreams, which are listed in the Ivory Tablets of the Crow:

The interesting thing about the nine Vasuh letters is that they represents Nine Dreams, or Nine Levels of Experience, and on each level exists all Nine letters. Based on such, we can liken  the Nine Dreams to Nine Spheres, each containing the nine Vasuh letters. So in the letter Zhee are each of the nine Vasuh letters. In the letter Shki are also each of the nine letters. In other words, each Vasuh letters has nine levels. The Tao Te Ching is perfectly describes each of the eighty-one degrees that are embodied in the nine Vasuh letters.

“The mind must learn how to raise itself up and meet its reflection in the realm of light. The mere reflection of this statement caused that which is no more to stare at itself in the light. Understanding these simple things is the basis of every creation.”

The Art of Ninzuwu is an open book for the cultivation of the soul (The Crow).
Ninzuwu is an Esoteric Ninjitsu from the Jomon and Heain period brought to America by way of a Japanese man named Naka Nakane, who was a member of the Black Dragon society. He was constructed a timeline, illustrating the history of how the teaching of the Ninzuwu were preserved and some people who knew the system. Pass to Warlock Asylum (Messiah’el -Bey) by his mentor a third generation Practitioner of the Art of Ninzuwu.

It was by the use of the mathematical language of dreams, that an initiate can interpret and communicate with the same forces that he/she are being influenced by, and what deity that they may call upon for clarity, but also how transmute their own DNA and evolve in being. This is the meaning of the Tablets of Destinies, also known as the Yi Jing.

The Nine Books of Dreams held by Johuta, the spirit of life, appears as nine petroglyphs similar to those found in Okinawa, as we discussed earlier. Each of these petroglyphs has an esoteric meaning and is used in an alchemical way. The interesting thing about all of this is that these nine letters, or petroglyphs, are said to be part of a language called Vasuh. These nine petroglyphs are also related to nine chakras appearing in the aura. The term Vasuh is strikingly similar to Vasu. In a Wikipedia article under the term Vasu we read:
“In Hinduism, the Vasus are attendant deities of Indra, and later Vishnu. They are eight elemental gods representing aspects of nature, representing cosmic natural phenomenon. The name Vasu means ‘Dweller’ or ‘Dwelling’…. Vasu is also the name of the eighth chakra (group) of Melakarta ragas in Carnatic music. The names of chakras are based on the numbers associated with each name. In this case, there are 8 Vasus and hence the eighth chakra is Vasu.”