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We are happy to announce the release of a new digital-theatre experience, The Scroll of Ishanashte. Owners of The Yi Jing Apocrypha of Genghis Khan will recognize this title as a section of the text itself. This video focuses on the real life factors surrounding the establishment of the Art of Ninzuwu in the modern era.
This productions features Art of Ninzuwu associates Karen Diaz and Ben McInnis. Rafael Barrio, Ankhara, and Santoshi contribute a lot to the overall development of this blessed experience. I would also like to send my thanks to Kamala Alexander, Priscilla Leineke, Aru, Hebe Salgueiro, Catherine Stelle, Black Ceazar, Nightcaller, and Drizzle.
The following digital-theatre describes the true-life experiences of practitioners of the Art of Ninzuwu during their initiation and beyond . This video is for educational purposes only. Please click on the link below to view this digital-theatre presentation:
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