The Aikido Conspiracy

Aikido has built a reputation around lying to people and making them think this “art” is all about peace, love and butterflys.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Aikido has a direct connection to ninjitsu and other warrior arts and to this very day, the inner sanctum of the Aikido world are practicing traditional energy death techniques such as “the Death touch” and “Mental implosion energy correlation” or the “MIEC”.

The following is the “What is Aikido” explanation found on the Aikikai foundation website. Aikikai is considered by most to be the premier Aikido group in the world.  I beg to differ….

A pure budo comes with the unification of technique, body and heart. The budo, which will manifest itself, does not depend upon the technique, but rather upon the heart of the practitioner.
The aim of Aikido is a kindness of heart expressed through this spirit of budo.
Here are some thoughts on the spirit of Aikido.

Completely false. The essence of true budo, is the essence of bujutsu, the absolute commitment to the warriors ethos.

Aiki is love.

No. Aiki is Energy communing with Universe.

The goal of Aikido training is not perfection of a step or skill, but rather improving one’s character according to the rules of nature.

A strong character will not save you when a rival Ninja clan or a government assassin come to snatch the life from you.  No, the goal of Aikido, like Ninjitsu or Telekinesis is the ability to completely shatter your enemies and then escape unharmed and ready for further action.

Aikido movement maintains this firm and stable center with an emphasis on spherical rotation characterized by flowing, circular, dance-like motions. These pivoting, entering and circling motions are used to control and overcome the opponent. The principle of spherical rotation makes it possible to defend one self from an opponent of superior size, strength, and experience.

Again, misguided and false.

A circular rotation and pivotal movements are used not for “dancing”  because why in the name of the great Shidoshi would you want to dance with a cold-blooded Israel hit man as he tries to end your life?  No, circular motions are employed because these movements mimic the orbits and paths of the stars and planets thus allowing the in tuned warrior to summon more easily the abundant energy floating all around us in the cosmos.  Once this energy is summoned, collected and molded, then the Zionist hit man could be eliminated with nothing more than a thought and a nod of the head.

At the heart of Aikido is the Eastern concept of Ki –the universal creative principle. Aikido seeks to unite this universal Ki with the Ki (life force or breath) found within each person. Literally, Aikido translates as “the way of harmony with Ki”

The true energy warrior, or “Ki-Bushi” know that it is less harmony and more mastery that will elevate one to the 7th plane and allow the viewing of the great temple of Quimises.  Without Mastery….there is only oblivion.

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6 Responses to The Aikido Conspiracy

  1. Gaijinass says:

    This….MUST…be a joke.

    • The only thing funny about this is how easily I could melt your face with my thoughts, or perhaps, how pathetically simple it would be for an NSA paid hitter to put two in your skull while you are reading the new Harry Potter on the toilet tomorrow morning. Aside from that, no comedy here bucko.

  2. Randy Allen says:

    To the author: I am a practicing ninja, and I can tell you that although yes, Ninja do use energy, there is no connection in the art of Ninjitsu with Aikido. They are totally different martial arts. Unless you are practicing both separately, then I am confused how you can claim to understand them.
    Aside from that, would you please give more detail about the energy weapons and spells you have developed within the context of your Ninjitsu practice?

  3. JC says:

    As an aikido practitioner, I find this post rather biased and confusing. Not even relating to martial arts, it is biased to force-fit the principles of one person to the principles that of another person.

    The founder of aikido, Morihei Ueshiba, synthesized aikido from his own set of human experiences (which can be found in his biography in many internet sites) all together being bounded by the principle that human life is very important and that to kill a person is the most evil sin. That is the founder’s own principles, people may have their own but that is his. And for you to force-fit your concepts to his is stupid.

    Aikido was synthesized from the founder’s learning experiences in Jo-jutsu, Ken-jutsu, but most specially by Daito Ryu aiki jujutsu, which is a samurai-clan aiki jujutsu system. NO references being sited as learning from NINJUTSU. You might say that many techniques look alike from yours. But this is only the case of “convergent” evolution. There are just so many ways a man can move. Many techniques like kotegaeshi can be found in many martial arts, even in Filipino martial arts. would you argue because they came from the same source??

    You say that aikido inner sanctum was practicing ki death blow killing arts, whose inner sanctum? From Saito? Shioda? Tohei? or even his son Kisshomaru? These are the founding pillars of different aikido styles you see today. Morihiro Saito and iwama aikido is the closest form of aikido from the founder’s. Saito was the longest running student of Ueshiba, for 23 years and Ueshiba was his only teacher. Morihiro Saito has never been referenced to teach any “magical ki” techniques. I would go as far to say that he despised such type teaching. Saito believed to the very end that he was teaching the purest form of aikido from the founder, and to his death bed he had wanted to propagate this method of aikido.

    You can’t force-fit aikido into your own limited concept. Aikido has branched out into many styles based on what type of teacher and his experiences. There maybe people who teach what you say but those sensei’s teach their specific style based on their own personal experiences (maybe they even studied other martial arts).

    • If you have never been allowed into the Inner Circle, as most have not, then of course you would beleive that Aikido is all about butterflys and ice cream. The fact is that the founder and Grand Dragon Master Morihei Ueshiba once froze two attackers and later melted their brains with his “dragon position with bird” technique and the subsequent formulas associated with that.
      I exist in a world that you cannot comprehend and I am protecting and securing you and your family. I do not have time for this Mickey Mouse chit chat.
      Continue your training. I am proud of yous.

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