May 23, 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

Ninja Invisibility

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

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Ninja and the MicroChip

The Ninja and the MicroChip has the ring of a good, futuristic documentary.  Unfortunately, it’s already happening, and gaining speed.  What does the mean to the future of ninjutsu stealth strategies?  Or, perhaps you’re too busy shopping for tabis to give this type of thing much thought.  Reenacting the past glories of Japan can be fun, but how about moving our art into the present?  Maybe even becoming the leading edge again the way the Ninja used to?

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Is Hatsumi Qualified to Teach New Weapons?

No, Hatsumi is not qualified to teach new Ninja Weapons.  Get over it.  Ninjutsu is not about Hatsumi worship.  Ninjutsu is an evolutionary art.  If you want to live in the past, visit a Renaissance Festival.  Watch the young man in this video and get with where ninjutsu is going.  If not, go back to polishing your nunchucks or dusting your photo of Hatsumi dying his hair.  He’s an old man, let the art he teaches live with dignity by encouraging it to evolve.  Spell it with me: SCIENCE.  It’s the real Ninja art.

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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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Cell Phone Self Defense, Bujinkan Style

Bujinkan Shihan Russo makes everything look easy, and his explanations are always so instructive.  This video re using your cell phone as a defense tool is particularly gratifying.

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Stephen Hayes on the Kuji In

An-Shu Stephen Hayes shows the depth of his spiritual understanding of the Kuji In. You can really see the great man’s heart in this presentation. Remarkable. That’s the one word that best describes An Shu Stephen K. Hayes

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Disarming of Ninjutsu- Part 2 of 2

Grandmaster Hatsumi used to say this kind of stuff:  “Always be able to kill your students.”  Okay, now that’s more like a ninja quote. Now he says things like: “Humans have yet to dwell upon the consequences of their actions. People have yet to admit the bad that they do to nature, for example. Actually, most people spend their time finding fault in the action of others, rather than their own.”  Now he’s the Dalai Ninja. Why?  Why the change? It’s fairly simple, but an unusually astute perception and course adjustment by the most famous Ninja of all time. The…

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