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It is certainly an amazing time as we wtiness the resurrection of the culture of our ancestors and the prospective changes that will come in the world because of it. The Amatsu-jin have grown to see the development of the language, calendar, healing arts, ancient Shinto mystical practices, and we now witness the evolution of the Ninzuwu martial arts.
We are happy to announce the release of Ame-no-Ukihashi: The Ancient Martial Art of the Ninzuwu written by Warlock Asylum (Messiah’el Bey). The book’s description, appearing on Amazon, reads as follows:
“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.”
The book also features photography by Colin Ian Bowen, cover art by Krystian Ciechowicz (Ka Raziel), which features the beautiful model, Radharani Ankhara, who is also a member of the Shrine of Ninzuwu.
According to the author, this book covers necessary information in understanding the Nzu grade and level. I’m sure that much of this will be discussed on the Shrine of Ninzuwu message board. Ame-no-Ukihashi: The Ancient Martial Art of the Ninzuwu can be obtained in paperback at the following link: