A FULL DAY OF MARTIAL FELLOWSHIP, FUN, AND “PLAY” in the spirit and memory of Papasan: An informal, “family” affair – martialists and Buyu from several states will get together to share time, food, fire, drinks, memories, and tactics in the spirit of Ed Martin. Let’s make memories and take home new material. Cash […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]

Wafubeh. Recently, the question of initiation came up in one of the Art of Ninzuwu’s closed discussion groups. The question proposed was aimed at understanding how one should go about getting acquainted with the energies of the Ninzuwu Cosmos. Questions of this nature are quite understandable as there are several Ninzuwu texts in circulation with […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]

Wafubeh! Ever since the knowledge of Reiki has entered Western civilization, it has been surrounded by controversy. This suspicion is largely due to the Reiki origin story told by the woman who was responsible for bringing this system of spiritual cultivation to the Americas, Hawayo Takata. According to a Wikipedia article under the topic Mikao […]

Heralded as the sequel to the legendary Atlantean Necronomicon, author, and spiritualist, Warlock Asylum returns seven years later with BuddaNomicon: The Simon Necronomicon Unveiled Through The Art of Ninzuwu. The text acts as a mirror manual, which explains many of the Simon Necronomicon’s mysteries by a relative comparison of the gnosis found in the Art […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month is consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Shaman invokes the mudra/mantra formula associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month is consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu  invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day. The chart below illustrates the daily Vasuh letters invoked […]

Wafubeh! The time of Zuho (Ninzuwu New Year) is fast approaching. This Zuho will begin on March 14th 2018 and will mark year 18,006 in the Nyarzirian calendar. Ninzuwu Year 18,006 is ruled by the kami Toyotama-Hime-no-Mikoto, personified in the Vasuh letter Hmu and guardian Ninzuwu Ayaqox. The year of Toyotama-Hime-no-Mikoto carries the theme of […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formula associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]

Wafubeh! I would like to thank everyone for their patience. We are still making adjustments to our website and administrative structure. However, we are happy to announce the reopening of our forum. The forum will allow people in Ninzuwu culture to get to know newcomers and a place for socialization. However, it should be kept […]

“If I am going to remain loyal in my work as a healer, I have to see that work as my life and not a separate ‘thing’ that I do to earn a living.” – Kristen Staffaroni

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day according to their place in the work. The chart […]

What does the term God mean? Is God male or female? Is God the creator of the universe? Why does God allow evil to exist in the world? People pray to God for protection. Is God your personal savior? These are just a few of the ideas, questions, and sentiments that are raised by this […]

They have inherited the names of their conquerors. It is for this reason that they do not know where they are from or how life began. Very few of their kind can understand our science. Maybe it is the language of nature that befuddles their minds, even though their lives are dependent upon it. In […]

Dear Black Conscious Community: Wafubeh (Greetings in Ninzuwu)! I would like to thank each and every individual for taking the time to investigate the material contained herein. My purpose in writing this is to present an awareness of a spiritual technology that is being used against people of Moorish descent. Whether they identify themselves as […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The chart below illustrates the daily Vasuh letters invoked and the ruling “deity” for the said hexagram: October 30th 2017 = Iut = 16th Hexagram […]

“Quekanuit is said to be the Empty Space of the Warrior. It is a place that is empty of images and things usually perceived by the mind.” – The Ivory Tablets of the Crow It is good to examine the meaning of Quekanuit in a practical manner that is useful for day-to-day living. The “empty […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]

Wafubeh! I am happy to that after much perseverance and hard work, Brother Ben McInnis has successfully reached the level of Ghost Dragon Samurai. While there is still more work ahead, an eternal work, Brother McInnis has provided an online statement and testimony of his experience that can be read at the following link: https://caernkurido.wordpress.com/2017/08/15/the-end-of-a-cycle-and-the-beginning-of-a-new/

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]

The Art of War by Sun Tzu is one of the most celebrated texts on military philosophy and strategy. Its influence is worldwide, even encompassing the interest of business executives and celebrities in America and other parts of the world. Esoteric Commentaries on the Art of War is a series of discussions that illustrates this […]

The initiate should understand that Amaterasu Ohkami in Ninzuwu is not the same force as the Amaterasu Ohkami in Traditional Shinto.

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month is consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Shaman invokes the mudra/mantra formula associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the […]

“Sometimes Ayaqox will appear as a handsome man to a woman full of desire. Other times, she will appear to the man of great vigor, as a beautiful woman with long black hair and the face of a praying mantis with green skin.” – The Ivory Tablets of the Crow One of the masculine sides […]

Wafubeh! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time visiting our site, please take this opportunity to get familiar with some of our previous articles and features. Share your experiences and insights by posting a comment. We wish you all the best in your […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month is consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, we suggest that you review some of our previous articles, and share your thoughts and insights in the form of a comment. we wish you all the best in your spiritual endeavors. Have […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time visiting our site, please review some of our previous articles and share your thoughts and insights by posting a comment. We wish all the best in your spiritual endeavors. I thought it would be good […]

We often read in Ninzuwu literature about the vague beginnings of the Art of Ninzuwu. I thought it would be good to share an experience I had that reveals how Ninzuwu is just one don’t that can be opened once one gained access to the current and vibration of the Urilia Text. It was December […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month is consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Shaman invokes the mudra/mantra formula associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the […]

In the beginning of an initiatory practise, the individual sets out to reach a state of purity aspired to….it is a journey that takes one into the depths of psychological and emotional change, with many ups and downs. These highs and lows of the experience are necessary to the journey of transformation. We encounter points […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time here, please use this opportunity to review some of our previous articles, and do not hesitate in sharing some of your thoughts and experiences by posting a comment. We wish you all the best in […]

Determination and practice reveal the inner strength of the martial artist. There are times when the cares and worries of life may put us in difficult situations, but if we keep our goals at the forefront of our minds, blessings will follow. A great example of the priceless quality of steadfastness can be seen in the […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, please use this opportunity to review some of our previous articles and feel free to share your insights and experiences by posting a comment. We wish you all the best in your physical […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, please take this opportunity to review some of our previous articles. We would like to wish each and every one of you all the best in your physical cand spiritual endeavors. Have a […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, please take this opportunity to review some of our previous articles. We wish you all the best in your spiritual endeavors. We are happy to announce the release of another episode in our […]

The Necronomicon Tradition is now a legal religion under the banner of the Ninzuwu Shinto Monastery, registered as a religious non-profit in the State of New York (Please see: The Ninzuwu Shinto Monastery of the Necronomicon Tradition). Different than popular thought, the Necronomicon Tradition was never a part of Lovecraft’s imagination nor has it ever […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, please take this opportunity to review some our previous articles and share some of your insights  and experiences by posting a comment. we wish you all the best in your spiritual endeavors. Today, […]

I thought I would share a few thoughts on one of the biggest misconceptions promoted by critics of Necronomicon Spirituality. Hopefully, this discussion will help clear the air as far as what the Necronomicon Tradition really means. Manipulation can be easy to disguise, especially when critics of a said subject begin their arguments by stating […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month is consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. […]