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Okinawa No Bushi No Te authored by Ronald L. Lindsey gives to the readers a glimpse of the past when the Bushi, the Samurai Warriors, of Okinawa proudly strolled through the streets and castle halls of Okinawa carrying out their ancient duties of protecting the king, royal family and other bles of Okinawa. Mr. Lindsey writes of the history and the culture of Okinawa that produced the Okinawan Bushi. He then goes on to inform the readers about the history of various Bushi and explains how their individual karate styles are being practice in karate schools found all over the world today. Mr. Lindsey goes on to describe his experience of training with the Okinawan Karate Masters. In doing so he reveals for the first time many of the ancient combat secrets of the Okinawan Bushi. The book Okinawa No Bushi No Te by Ronald L. Lindsey offers information that will benefit the martial artists regardless of their style.
Ronald L. Lindsey is a American Martial Artist who has devoted his entire adult life to the study, practice and teaching of the one of the original styles of Okinawan Karate. He is also one of the American military servicemen who brought Okinawan Karate to the United States. His specialty is teaching Shorin Ryu Matsumura Seito (orthodox) Karate/Kobujutsu. Mr. Lindsey learned his art from six Okinawan Teachers; five of which became Grandmasters. Mr. Lindsey holds teaching licenses from four of these Okinawan Masters. Mr. Lindsey does not teach sport karate; rather he has earned International Renown as an authority and teacher of Okinawan no Bushi no Te which is one of the old names for the karate of the Okinawan Samurai.