We often read in Ninzuwu literature about the vague beginnings of the Art of Ninzuwu. I thought it would be good to share an experience I had that reveals how Ninzuwu is just one don’t that can be opened once one gained access to the current and vibration of the Urilia Text.
It was December of 2011, when I decided to step out of my apartment, which was located on the sixth floor of a six-story building in East Harlem, just to have a smoke and watch the snowfall from the staircase window.
Who knew that something so simple would lead to a course in miracles? As I watched the snowflakes dance on a floor of blistering winds, nine crows landed on a tree that lay thirty fee from the window. The crows seemed to have fixed their eyes on me.
Perhaps, it was just my imagination was one staple of thought that was soon to end. When I went back inside my apartment, I could see the crows still staring at me when I looked at them from the window in the long hallway that connects the entrance to the living room in my apartment. It was quite a welcome surprise, when one of the crows had flown into my living room window. My roommate and I debated over keeping the crow, something that I had suggested. But I also realized that crows are communal birds, so he/she would be lost from their community. Eventually, we let the crow out of the apartment through the front door.
When I reflect on the imagery of this experience, it is without wonder that The Ivory Tablets of the Crow would soon follow. The Gate that “leads to the Outside” makes the discovery of Ninzuwu a beautiful work of nature. The Simon Necronomicon, states:
“Know, too, that I have spoken with all manner of spirit and daemon, whose names are no longer known in the societies of Man, or were never known. And the seals of some of these are writ herein; yet others I must take with me when I leave you. ANU have mercy on my soul!”