"THE WAY THESE PRINCIPLES COME TOGETHER ARE MIND BLOWING..."
"My experience of Ivan Throne has been one unlike any other. He has a powerful presence, he's an eloquent speaker, efficient in delivering pain and making you feel his words. He makes things as real as possible, so that we have more confidence in applying his teachings effectively in the dark world that we live in."
EQUIP YOURSELF WITH POWER
NINJA, COUNCILOR, AND DARK TRIAD MAN®
From the depths of the darkest places in history, Ivan Throne brings you esoteric methods of the ninja.
Taken from the long hidden resources of the terrifying Bansenshukai field manual of the shinobi no mono of feudal Japan, these methods are closed off from understanding by the common man. With no initiated guide to elaborate on the profound underlying techniques and higher principles that inform them, the common man is unable to grasp them.
SACRED KNoWLEDGE PROTECTS ITSELF
With over thirty-five years of training as a practitioner of the ninja ryū-ha, Ivan Throne reveals the principles and techniques that shape and flow the application of these often disturbing methods of the ninja.
Taking another page from history, Ivan applies more than seven hundred years of his family’s service as confidantes and advisors to the British crown to frame the Western application of these very serious, and inherently scalable, methodologies of securing resolute victory regardless of the odds.
Ivan lastly frames analysis of the methods through the dreadful lens of the dark triad of personality. The vision of narcissism, the expertise of Machiavellianism, and the cold execution of psychopathy are used to bridge these ancient methods into the modern age, where digital stimulation throws men into drunken dopamine binges – and pitiless control of power tightens relentlessly upon the unaware.
WHAT DOES “KURAI NO SANKO” MEAN?
Kurai 位 is throne, crown, nobleman’s seat
no の meaning “of” or “belonging to”
San 三 for the number three
ko 鈷 refers to the forged metal of cobalt
Sanko or 三鈷 is often used to identify the Buddhist vajra, dorje, or diamond thunderbolt mallet, pictured behind the ninja in the image. The three prongs represent the three realms of thought, word, and deed coming to a point, mirrored on the other side in representation of duality of momentum and trajectory.
Kurai can also be written with the kanji ideograms 暗い which means dark, obscured. Throne’s Trident or the Dark Vajra is thus an appropriate title for the course, and honors the play on words common to the ancient material.