“Thousands of years ago, there was a great warrior empire in central Asia. Their armies could not be defeated because of their ferocity, their contempt for death, and an almost superhuman discipline. They were a much older, fiercer warrior class than the later samurai of Japan. They were called Shivaki, and they subdued every race of people with whom they came in contact. They were pitiless in their treatment of the conquered races, but they treated their own people no better. They disappeared from human history before such histories began to be written down.”

“The physical and spiritual are indivisible until the moment of death.”

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