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Black medicine

Arthur J. Burks

Black medicine

by Arthur J. Burks

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  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Arkham House in Sauk City, Wis .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Arthur J. Burks.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.B92 Bl
The Physical Object
Pagination308 p.
Number of Pages308
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5526646M
LC Control Number67000355

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Black medicine by Arthur J. Burks Download PDF EPUB FB2

It is a brief book (92 pages) mainly covering many various weak points of the body for hand to hand combat and some information on points of aim for gun fighters. Not quite as dramatic as the name and the picture imply.

Good for the person who has had a little training with no education in the weak point of the body or street fighting/5(38).

The Dark Art of Death This book, "Black Medicine", by N. Mashiro, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.

This book was created using print-on-demand technology.4/5. Arthur Burks follows a similar route in 'Black Medicine'. However, where Whitehead displays, despite an ingrained cultural superiority, at least an interest in the belief systems of his subjects, Burks is rabid in his fear and loathing.

The language and attitude in these tales is pretty shocking for/5. Black medicine, [Arthur J Burks] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1). Reviewed in the United States on May 4, This is the fourth book in the Black Medicine (Equalizers) series.

The first volume (The Dark Art of Death) was published inthe second volume (Weapons at hand) came out in and the third volume was published in This text came out in /5(12). I have read the whole Black Medicine serious. Mashiro's writing style and explanation is amazing.

In this one Mashiro takes the reader a step further. In this book he shows various attacks and the way the person can defend and bring the attacker to submission in a relatively easy manner/5(22).

The second book in the black medicine series, This volume details the various "Natural weapons" on your body, To be used in striking the "Natural targets" outlined in the first volume Some of these are dependent upon strict training and conditioning to be used effectively,/5(24).

Black Medicine is a collection of stories by American writer Arthur J. Burks. It was released in by Arkham House in an edition of 1, copies and was the author's first book published by Arkham House. All but one of the stories had originally appeared in the magazine Weird Tales.

Description: Black's Medical Dictionary first appeared in That new century was to see health care in the United Kingdom evolve from a largely personal, paternalistic consultation between doctor and patient, based more on medical tradition than medical science, to a complex, science-based, team-oriented and managed service.

Black Medicine The Dark Art of Death N Mashiro Paladin Press Topics vital, blow, pistol, muscle, points, nerve, bullets, femoral, point, karate, vital points, striking point, black medicine, soft spot, light blow, vital point, powerful blow, intercostal space, costal cartilages, blood pressure.

Black Medicine arrived in Edinburgh Well actually, we just moved downstairs from the old Nicolsons above. Nearly 18 years later we started digging again, and expanded and extended into the basement.

So to move with the times, a website. Hours. Opening Hours Mon: Sat 8am – 8pm. The self-defense techniques described in the Black Medicine books are extremely dangerous. These techniques, particularly the use of weapons, inevitably reflect the author's individual beliefs and experiences that the reader cannot duplicate exactly.

Therefore. Learn more Black Medicine, as Mashiro shares his favorite techniques for bringing the body into violent and painful contact with an opponent's vulnerable areas.

Presents devastating responses to all kinds of attacks, including wrist holds, choke, knife and club attacks/5. Black Medicine 1: The Dark Art of Death This little book has been one of Paladin's best-selling titles for 25 years. I collected all the information I could find on traditional vital points (the best places to strike an adversary), relying on martial arts sources such as Funakoshi's Karate-Do Kyohan.

"Black Medicine" is a complete serie of self-defense fighting studies. I had gread time in reading them. As fare as I am concerned, I would always use the Volume I and the Volume II as references books/5(4).

Synopsis The sequel to N. Mashiro's infamous Black Medicine I: The Dark Art of Death, this book presents parts of the body that are natural weapons, largely because they are very injury-resistant. Also, in a radical break from conventional self-defense theory, it lists more than deadly makeshift weapons that can save your life.

Black medicine is the study ot the “vital points" of human anatomy for the purpose ot disrupting the structure and physiology ot the body in the most rapid and deadly manner possible. This manual is devoted tothediscussionofonehundredand seventy parts ot the human body where a minimum amount ot lorce will produce a maximum impact on a person.

A book detailing how to deliver pain relief to ethnic groups has been removed after criticism on social media May not request pain medicine but instead thank Allah for pain if.

Black Medicine: The Dark Art of Death N. Mashiro. Though this book is dated to some degree and the black and white photographs are not very clear; nevertheless, there is some valuable information that could be applied in self-defense situations.

Experienced martial artists might find this book interesting, but in my opinion, the text would be. Black Medicine by Arthur J. Burks was published in by Arkham House of Sauk City, Wisconsin, in an edition of 2, copies. Arkham House books are typically rare, costly, and prized by readers and fans of weird fiction.

I was lucky enough to find recently a reasonably priced copy of Black Medicine.I finished reading it on Maand can report on its contents.

N. Mashiro is the author of Black Medicine ( avg rating, 68 ratings, 4 reviews, published ), Weapons at Hand ( avg rating, 26 ratings, 0 revi 4/5.The author, publisher, and distributors of these books disclaim any liability from any damage or injuries of any type that a reader or user of information contained within these books may encounter from the use of said information.

Excerpts from Black Medicine, Volume 4. .The author, publisher, and distributors of these books disclaim any liability from any damage or injuries of any type that a reader or user of information contained within these books may encounter from the use of said information.

Excerpts from Black Medicine, Volume 2. This is one of my favorite pictures. It was shot entirely by the light of.