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 […]

“As above, so below” For those who delve into the Greater Mysteries this universal law forms a firm base of understanding. For these practitioners it is perfectly clear that those actions performed on the “outside” will have a particular matching effect on the “inside”. With this in mind we will take a look at the […]

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Wafubeh Brothers and Sisters! Today I wanted to share with you my view on Izanagi-no-Mikoto and Izanami-no-Mikoto, which could be referred to as Yin and Yang. If you are not familiar with the story of Izanagi-no-Mikoto and Izanami-no-Mikoto, don’t worry online you can find enough sources that provide…