Sexual Energy: Where Ninzuwu and the Necronomicon Meet

Wafubeh! Practitioners of the Art of Ninzuwu have often noted that the Soul of Fire is the foundation of much of the esoteric work found in this science. In The Ivory Tablets of the Crow, the Soul of Fire is called Nzu-Zhee-Nzu, Shki-Zhee-Phe in the alpha-numeric tongue of Vasuh, a term that literally translates as fire angel. Based on this definition, we can wisely assume that the Soul of Fire meditation is essential for a renewed awareness and more importantly the raising of the initiate’s kundalini. Another interesting point mentioned in the Ivory Tablets concerning the Soul of Fire is as follows:

“the Soul of Fire, known to the ancient by the names of many goddesses, and it takes up residence in the flesh.”

In the Art of Ninzuwu, there are many goddesses, but only one goddess is described as entering the flesh of an initiate in the Ninzuwu texts. This deity is Ame-no-Ukihashi-Hime-no-Mikoto. In the book entitled Ame-no-Ukihashi: The Ancient Martial Art of Ninzuwu, it states:

“Ame-no-Ukihashi-Hime-no-Mikoto entered the mind of Jofuku and brought him to a peaceful place. In the mind of Jofuku, Ame-no-Ukihashi-Hime-no-Mikoto did take up residence and the magician had awakened in consciousness at the palace of the Ninzuwu.”

Ame-no-Ukihashi-Hime-no-Mikoto is the goddess of the floating bridge of heaven, or the veil between the seen and unseen, which works well with the definition of Ninzuwu, being magicians of yin and yang elements. In the Simon Necronomicon, this function is described as a gatekeeper or agent of Marduk. Ame-no-Ukihashi-Hime-no-Mikoto is equated to Yuki-onna, but also the Ayaqox and Wutzki. To clarify this principle, let us look at the Gematric formula for the Soul of Fire.


One version of the Soul of Fire prayer position

In the Ivory Tablets, the Soul of Fire is called Nzu-Zhee-Nzu, Shki-Zhee-Phe or 717, 916. When we add 7 + 1 + 7 = 15. Fifteen is the number of Ishtar. In Vasuh, Nzu(7)-Zhee(1)-Nzu(7) means fire. Shki-Zhee-Phe in Vasuh means angel. The sum of Shki(9) + Zhee(1) + Phe(6) equals 16. When we add 15 + 16 we get the sum of 31, which reduces to 3 + 1 = 4. The number 4 in Vasuh is Hmu, which is associated with the sexual force. Hmu is defined in the Ivory Tablets of the Crow as “that which increases sexual energy.” Therefore, we can say that the Soul of Fire increases sexual energy in the initiate for purposes of raising the kundalini (Kutulu). This is further reinforced in the Yi Jing Apocrypha of Genghis Khan, where we find Hmu is associated with the Earth trigram Kun, which also corresponds to the Ayaqox and Nudzuchi. This would imply that much of Ninzuwu practices are founded upon the Soul of Fire or the sexual force for esoteric purposes.

“The Ghost Element is the reason behind the cause. It is the consciousness of sex itself once it has become self-aware. It is sex that creates and destroys. It is sex that is the reason behind the functions of Heaven and Earth. It is the principle of attraction between the yin and the yang. In awareness it is understood. It is the Ghost Element.

 The reason behind the cause is sex, the Ghost Element. It is a form of consciousness that should not be confused with lust, but the desire of the cause itself. Time is a mere shadow of sexual consciousness.” – The Sacred Text of Ghost Dragon Kotodama


Ninzuwu & Necronomicon Science

The sexual force is associated with the planet Mars under whose jurisdiction in ancient times was ruled by Nergal. The Buddhanomicon provides a thorough discussion on the topic of sexual energy being the foundation of the workings found in Ninzuwu and the Simon Necronomicon. It is upon this topic that we often find a misunderstanding by many gate-walkers about the alchemy of such energy itself. DinGir Ishtar also plays a vital role in the tantric mysteries. Ishtar is the goddess of love and war and it is with this understanding that we come to appreciate that the sexual force has primarily two aspects of war and passion.

All the gate deities in the Simon Necronomicon, with the exception of DinGir Nanna are warrior deities. One key to understanding all of this comes with the knowledge of how to cultivate the sexual force, properly called kundalini. Martial arts and exercises of war make the body suitable to receive the kundalini force. Another system of Naga workings that is equally potent as Necronomicon is the Kuji In. When Ninzuwu practitioner Rafael Barrio instructed some of his students in the ways of Kuji In, those most successful were the ones who had also a daily practice of exercise. This would also apply to the gate deities found in the Simon Necronomicon.

The sexual force can also be used for healing and creativity, which is how the softness of Ninzuwu applies the sexual energy in its gnosis, as stated in the Ivory Tablets of the Crow:

“It was then that the spirit was free to rise back up to its trone again. Is it not written, “That what is Old shall replace what is New?”

Categories: Ame-no-Ukihashi, Ame-no-Ukihashi-hime-no-Mikoto, Ame-no-ukihashi-no-Mikoto, Ame-no-Ukihashi: The Ancient Martial Art of Ninzuwu, Art of Ninzuwu, Ayaqox, BuddhaNomicon: The Simon Necronomicon Unveiled Through The Art of Ninzuwu, Hmu, Ivory Tablets of the Crow, kundalini, Kutulu, Necronomicon, Necronomicon Tradition, sexual alchemy, sexual force, sexuality, Simon Necronomicon, Soul of Fire, The Ivory Tablets of the Crow

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  1. Terrific Article! What can be considered an otherwise confusing topic explained with clarify and elegance. Very useful!


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