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Re: Fake Bujinkan
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@ Benkyoka: Could you please provide us with a direct link? I can't seem to find anything...

Posted on: 2006/2/7 10:07
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Re: what is yhe difference between Tai Chi and Ninjutsu
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Weird question... it's like asking: "what's the difference between Figure Skating and Australian Football?"

Posted on: 2006/2/6 7:56
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I don't know if I or anyone else posted this before...
Yet I tried the search function and didn't find it.

This is the site to a society in Iran(!!!) claiming to have 3000 members all together. They pretend to be Bujinkan and claim even affiliation to Hatsumi sensei.

Have a look at the videos in the gallery and shiver:

Red Shinobi

Is there really nothing one can do about this?

Posted on: 2006/2/6 7:55
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Re: Togakure Ryu Wazas?
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Interesting! Thank you for the information!

Posted on: 2005/12/5 5:03
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Re: Ninja Biken Question
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*sigh*

My computer is fooling around.
Can somebody PLEASE delete this post and the one before?
I can't because for one reason or another nowadays there is no "delete" button anymore.
At least not as far as I can see...

Posted on: 2005/12/3 20:57
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Re: Ninja Biken Question
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Quote:

diamondjoe wrote:
broken nihon-to (hence the shorter and straighter blade of the ninja-to).


So... breaking a sword straightens it...?

Posted on: 2005/12/3 20:54
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Re: Ninja Biken Question
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Quote:

diamondjoe wrote:
broken nihon-to (hence the shorter and straighter blade of the ninja-to).


So... breaking a sword straightens it...?

Posted on: 2005/12/3 20:53
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Re: Togakure Ryu Wazas?
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Ryuhyo wrote:
My question then is- what types of techniques (aside from the sakkijutsu Godan test) are present in the Togakure Ryu?


Sakki is Togakure Ryū? Interesting! That's new to me!
Can people confirm this?

Not that I doubt your words, Ryūhō, but I like to get some second and third and and and opinions on this, before I take it for granted...

Posted on: 2005/12/3 20:49
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Re: Ninjitsu, ninjutsu what is the difference?
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(grrr... where is that edit button gone?)

IMHO:
@ jUtsu/jItsu: it would help if one would stop just trying to write phonetically. That doesn't work.
Kanji aren't easily transcribed directly. Yet, there is another means of transcribing!
First write the kanji down in kana! Katakana or hiragana doesn't matter. Kana makes it clear how it's to be pronounced correctly AND how it is best written in Hebonshiki Rōmaji.

Thus:
"術" spells "じゅつ" in hiragana. That makes it "jutsu" in hebonshiki rōmaji.

Posted on: 2005/12/1 0:24
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Re: Ninjitsu, ninjutsu what is the difference?
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@ Begin of the thread:
"Arie Van Akker" is quite well known in the Martial Arts scene here in Flanders and the Netherlands... and only because he is quite a dubious person.
He claims a lot of things he can't live up to. And yes, he's an "Ashida Kimmer".

Posted on: 2005/12/1 0:16
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