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“HIDEN DENKI DENSHO”

“Trade Secrets Electric Scroll”

One of the things that has always frustrated me  was when I’m teaching and instructing there would always be a lack of time to tell all the things I feel are relevant to transmit. All the stories, the visual aids, the lessons in context… always, not enough time.

The solution to that problem comes in the form of the Hiden Denki Densho – which translates to “Trade Secrets, Electric, Written Transmission.” An idea which sprang from my long, Japanese martial art background training in the Bujinkan Dojo.

“Hiden” in old Japan were the “trade secrets” of the Samurai family dojo schools called “ryu.” The well known dojos always had these. That’s what set them apart from other schools, their unique and original methods and techniques.

“Denki” is the Japanese word for anything electric or electronic. In this case… a video. The dojos of old taught out of “Densho,” or “written transmissions” which were/are scrolls or manuals. In this case, innovation brings the old ways and the new together to create a “long as need be” transmission, easily transmitted by way of download, which includes not only the Phyre Dojo’s unique “Hiden,” but all the specifics necessary to begin mastery of Phryction Phyrekeeping.

The Hiden Denki Densho is only the first step in learning, as it is a transmission of knowledge, NOT one of training experience. The second step is to get hands-on, practical training experience at the Phyre Dojo itself in New Jersey. Workshops are by appointment.

Densho Outline

Here is a general, non-specific short list of the contents of the HIDEN DENKI DENSHO.

  • S1 – Introduction and Disclaimer
  • S2 – Hiden Denki Densho (Outline)
  • S3 – Personal History
  • S4 – The Phryction Phyre Dojo –  What we are & What we’re NOT.
  • S5 – The Needs for and of Phryction PhyreKeeping (WHY)
  • S6 – The TAO of LAU and the CORE 4 Theories (WHY)
  • S7 – The PhyreKeepers’ & Prometheus’ Principles
  • S8 – The Phyre Hearth
  • S9 – The Tipi Phyre & Phuels
  • S10 – The Phryction Phyre Dojo’s Method Classification & Organizational List

The Primal 8 Basics (PBs)

  • S11 – PB1 – (HD) HAND Drill (Basics Part 1)
  • S12 – The 22 Phryction Phyre Variables
  • S13 – PB1 – (HD) HAND Drill (Advanced Part 2)
  • S14 – PB2 – (MD) MOUTH Drill & Variations
    • MOUTH TOGGLE Drill
    • MOUTH BOW Drill
  • S15 – PB3 – (BD) BOW Drill & Variations
    • (ED) EGYPTIAN Drill
    • (CD) CRUTCH Drill
    • (GD) GIANT Drill
  • S16 – PB4 – (PD) PUMP Drill & Variations
  • S17 – PB5 – (TD) TOGGLE Drill & Variations
  • S18 – PB6 – (PP) Phyre PLOW & Variations
  • S19 – PB7 – (PS) Phyre SAW & Variations
  • S20 – PB8 – (PT) Phyre THONG & Variations

The Civilized (Drill) Variations

  • S21 – (CV1) – (AD) ALEXA’s Drill
  • S22 – (CV2) – (DD) DAKKAR Drill
  • S23 – (CV3) – (FD) FLY Drill
  • S24 – (CV4) – (ID) INCANTATION Drill
  • S25 – (CV5) – (JD) JACOB’s Drill
  • S26 – (CV6) – (KD) KIKAIDER Drill
  • S27 – (CV7) – (LD) LATHE Drill
  • S28 – (CV8) – (ND) NANO Drill
  • S29 – (CV9) – (OD) OAR Drill
  • S30 – (CV10) – (QD) QAPLA Drill
  • S31 – (CV11) – (RD) RIG Drill
  • S32 – (CV12) – (SD) SEESAW Drill
  • S33 – (CV13) – (UD) UBER Drill
  • S34 – (CV14) – (VD) VISE Drill
  • S35 – (CV15) – (WD) WHEEL Drill
  • S36 – (CV16) – (XD) XYLO Drill
  • S37 – (CV17) – (YD) YOYO Drill
  • S38 – (CV18) – (ZD) ZEPHYR Drill

The Civilized (Linear) Variations

  • S39 – (CV19) – (PB) Phyre BELT
  • S40 – (CV20) – (PC) Phyre CROSSBOW
  • S41 – (CV21) – (PG) Phyre GLIDE
  • S42 – (CV22) – (PR) Phyre RIBBON
  • S43 – (CV23) – (PU) Phyre UBER
  • S44 – LINEARS EPIMETHEI
  • S45 – PHYREHACKING PARTS 1, 2, 3, 4
  • S46 – THE SUTEMI & PRE-NOTCH THEORY
  • S47 – FINAL EPIMETHEI –
  • (FL) FOCUSED LENS, (FP) FIRE PISTON, (FR) FIRE ROLL, (FS) FLINT & STEEL
  • BONUS MATERIAL, WORKSHOPS, ETC. ETC