April 21, 2019


The Ninja Art of Invisibility -

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Throwing Stars -

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Everything is a Weapon- Part One of Three -

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Vanishing into Mist -

Friday, May 11, 2018

Escaping a Sealed Choke -

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Ninja Invisibility -

Monday, April 9, 2018

Everything is a Weapon- Part One of Three

  With a growing outrage to take away firearms weapons from citizens, what exactly will men and women use to defend their homes during a break in? When my arthritic mother was in her late seventies, five men broke down the back door of his her house and took whatever of her belongings they could get away with. Fortunately, she wasn’t home at the time. But if she had been, I don’t like to think what could have happened to her. In her sixties, a gun wielding thug accosted her at a gas station by putting a pistol to her…

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Ninja Invisibility

Ninja invisibility is a fascinating topic. Pay attention to Rumiko’s moves!

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Distancing and Positioning in Ninjutsu

  All martial arts have theories and instruction about distance and positioning. It is a fundamental that must be understood for all competent execution and instruction. Along with timing it is also one of the most challenging aspects for students to learn. It is complex and many subtleties exist. The level of complexity depends really on what you are trying to achieve through movement. There is a significant difference between moving in and disarming an assailant armed with a knife and blocking a punch or kick if that’s what your art teaches you to do. Talking about distance is not…

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Sound Weapons and the Ninja

Remember the good old Ninja days where the worst a Ninja faced was a Samurai wielding an incredibly sharp sword instead a middle aged, overweight security guard with sound weapons like an incredibly powerful sonic cannon? Well, probably not, because none of us were alive back then. Still, there are ninjutsu practitioners who wax poetic about the killing capacity of a katana as though it were somehow more “mystically superior” to a rail gun. Look, they’ll both kill you. One you’ll have a chance against (the katana), but the modern day sonic cannon you can’t. So get over the sword…

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Anonymous on the Coming War

 We hear the drumbeats of the coming war in this video where the Cyber Ninjas at Anonymous gives their grim take on the North Korea matter. But let us ask you—as a Ninjutsu practitioner, how will this affect you?  Do the Ninja arts fade away if there is a nuclear assault by either side, or will we need them more than ever?  What do you think?

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The New Ninjas

  We’re excited to announce the new book The New Ninjas by staff member Ferrel D. Moore, which is available on our site for pre-order.  It will also be listed at Amazon for pre-order as well.  The New Ninja will focus on the evolution of ninjutsu into something never, ever imagined by the old masters.  Although we’ll look ahead to the future, consider that the old staple highly trained Ninja dogs have been replaced by robotic AI.  We now live in a world dominated by the Internet of Things, and where cloud computing can interface with personal objects at a remote…

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The Real Kunoichi- Rumiko Hayes

  The best ninjutsu site on the web is undoubtedly www.ninjaselfdefense.com.    And within that site are offered the diamond-like teachings of the world’s most well known Kunoichi—Rumiko Hayes.  If you’re new to the art of the kunoichi, the site provides an elegant description of its most well-known representative: “An-shu Rumiko Urata Hayes embodies the elegant deadliness of the kunoichi lady ninja. A masterful teacher, she moves and dances among attackers twice her size, effortlessly controlling and frustrating them as her defense. Her native Japanese cultural understanding, health and wellness restoration teachings, and ability to coach people to fully actualize their…

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Brian Anse Patrick Passes

Back in October 2016 we discussed the value to ninjutsu strategy of Brian Anse Patrick’s groundbreaking work in propaganda.  Now, less than three months later, we post concerning his death.  What follows is quoted respectfully in its entirety from Ammoland.com, where Dr. Patrick contributed work on firearms.  Dr. Patrick was an outstanding competitive shooter, as you will see from the quoted article below:   “USA –  -(Ammoland.com)- Very sad news, AmmoLand contributor Brian Anse Patrick has died from cancer. “He was professor of communications at the University of Toledo, pro-gun, and a brilliant writer and speaker. He authored “The Ten Commandments of Propaganda,” “The…

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Jack Hoban 2017 Seminar Schedule

When you’re going to train, train with the greats.  Train with Jack Hoban.  Jack Hoban is a living legend.  Here’s his published seminar schedule for 2017: When:  January 14, 2017 February 18, 2017 March 18, 2017 April 15, 2017 May 13, 2017 June 10, 2017 July 8, 2017* August 12, 2017 October 7, 2017 November 18, 2017 December 16, 2017 The seminars start at 1pm and go to approximately 5:30pm. *In July we do the “STRIKE” training starting at 10am. The regular seminar starts at 1pm, as usual.Note: Please check back before you come, as sometimes these dates change.  …

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Propaganda and the Ninja

Ninja Propaganda

Ninjutsu is an art of continual learning and evolving amid a world of propaganda that defines the world around them.  Society and cultural norms change, and the wise Ninja learns to change as well, so that he or she will blend in with that society and not be identified for who they really are.  In one very important sense, it is a camouflage technique. The problem that most students of the ninja arts encounter is that this time of thinking is too vague to be of help in successfully understanding and influencing the world around them.  But help has arrived,…

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