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Ninjitsu; Ninpo; The Forgotten Martial Art

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1 Ninjitsu; Ninpo; The Forgotten Martial Art on Thu Jan 29, 2015 6:25 pm

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I plan on updating this frequently, but this martial art is extremely effective on multiple ends..has some similarity to the US Army's S.C.A.R.S martial art ; embracing nerve point and tactical combat strategies, with a shinobi-twist of meditated mind and weapons combat.

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Who is thy worthy one, who is worthy of learning the forgotten art of thy ninja?

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As much humor as was present in the previous post, it was not meant to be taken seriously by everyone of course. What is noteworthy, is that the post sort of mocks the idiotic eccentricity of TV-representations of 'ninjas', though the first part of the message has a factual basis.

Ninjitsu or Ninpo, the art of the ninja, does indeed exist, but there are very few ninjas out there that actually practice the original shaolin temple martial art. There are trained mercenaries around the world who use various forms of the art, but it is hardly as common and almost never of the circumstances outlined in movies like X-Men or movies about say, secret governments, CIA-warriors etc. These fellas over there at the CIA, particularly the paramilitary divisions, do indeed engage in some of these ninjitsu type martial arts, but again, they are simply forms of them and much of them would never attest to it actually being called 'ninjitsu', despite the similarities.

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There is a specialist of ninjutsu here in France called Bernard Bordas, but he is a bit a nut obsessed by fruitarianism. I think that some of the things that he teaches might be good though.

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Arborescence wrote:There is a specialist of ninjutsu here in France called Bernard Bordas, but he is a bit a nut obsessed by fruitarianism. I think that some of the things that he teaches might be good though.

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