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One Empire, One Brotherhood

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{This is an excerpt from Black Ninja Handbook, by the Dark Lords.} One Empire, One Brotherhood Historically, the Ninja of Iga and Koka Provinces developed a concept they called Ichigun Ichimi—One District, One Band. This became the motto of the loose-knit brotherhood of Ninja clans that existed there, in the historical heartland of the Ninja. Natori Masatake explains this idea in the Shoninki: Later, the people from Koka, next to Iga, followed this path of ninjutsu and having made the oath of Ichigun Ichimi, the friendship oath of “one district and one band,” joining the people together. They went out expansively to various provinces to utilize their skills. Thus, being universally recognized as the premier shinobi, they exchanged a firm written form of oath, which says “If I come to…
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The Nine Maxims of the Ninja

The Nine Maxims of the Ninja

Black Ninjutsu
{This is an excerpt from Black Ninja Handbook, by the Dark Lords.} The Nine Maxims of the Ninja are the central guiding principles of the Black Ninja. Study them well and live by them. Strengthen the body; it is your foundation. Stay in the shadows and be silent. Endure all hardships; overcome all adversity. Control your mind; discipline your desires. Affiliate with a Clan and obey its rules. Think outside all boxes. Be mindful of your surroundings. Make war by way of deception. Be like the wind—a formless, invisible force.  
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The Nine Pillars of Sithism

Sithism
{ This is an excerpt from Book One of Sith Academy: Acolyte Training. } Sithism is the dark side philosophy and path of power followed by the Sith. In Darkspeech we call it Zith-Zovrâd (Sith Philosophy) or Zithodûn (Sithism). Below are the nine Pillars, or fundamental precepts, of this philosophy. The Primacy of Power “What is good? All that heightens the feeling of power, the Will to Power, power itself in man. What is bad? All that proceeds from weakness. What is happiness? The feeling that power increases—that a resistance is overcome.” This belief in the primacy of power (râkâ) is the Diamond Rule of Sithism. The Tao of Darwin Darwinian evolution is the central fact of life on this planet. From the simplest microbes to the most complex intelligent life…
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Sensing Disturbances in the Force

The Force
{ This is an excerpt from Book Three of Sith Academy: Acolyte Training. } The Force can be viewed as a “field of belief” or “collective consciousness” that connects the minds of all living things. Any thought or action creates ripples in this field, which are transmitted through it and can then be sensed and interpreted by Force-sensitives. The more psychically powerful the event, the stronger the ripple, and the greater the distance away in space and time the event can be sensed. Some individuals are extraordinarily tuned in to this field of Force, allowing them to sense changes on a grand scale in the manner of a prophet or a psychic. For example, the 19th century philosopher Nietzsche had a prophetic sense of the world's Force trajectory when he…
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Hail to the War Universe

Hail to the War Universe

Sermon
{This is an excerpt from Black Templar Handbook.} This is an example of a war sermon, to be delivered by Templars to the Black Legions, to motivate them and prepare them spiritually for battle. In this War Universe―this Shâz-Vrâthûl, ruled by war gods and dark forces―blessed are the war-makers and the victors, for history shall be theirs to rewrite, and right shall be theirs by might. Cursed are the peace-makers and the losers, for they shall be erased from the pages of history and proven wrong thereby. To we of the endarkened race, all conflict is sacred and all warfare is holy; for in the struggle for life and power, we glorify ourselves, and honor whatever dark gods or forces brought this War Universe into existence. So to war, Black…
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Traditionalism

Traditionalism

Philosophy, Sithism
{ The following is an excerpt from our forthcoming book: Sith Academy: Dark Side Philosophy.} Traditionalism is a school of thought developed primarily by European intellectuals in the 20th century as a reaction to the revolutionizing and disorienting effects of modernity. Traditionalists seek to re-connect to those primal currents of philosophy and spirituality that they believe all great pre-modern civilizations had in common—the “perennial wisdom” of universal, eternal metaphysical truths. The emphasis of Traditionalism is on the restoration of perennial metaphysics to its rightful place as the guiding philosophy for society, rather being discarded as a useless relic of an unenlightened age. Major exponents of Traditionalism include René Guénon, Frithjof Schuon, Julius Evola, Hossein Nasr and Huston Smith. [caption id="attachment_11716" align="aligncenter" width="217"] Baron Julius Evola[/caption] The most Sithy of the Traditionalists,…
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