Learn self-defence! It might save your life during the coming civil unrest. https://t.co/cqZNTwR3IB
— Alois Irlmaier (@AloisIrlmaier) August 23, 2017
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How to defend against a street fight punch / avoid a one punch knockout – Victor Marx
World’s Fastest Gun Disarm Man? (.08 second Victor Marx 7th Degree Black Belt)
At 6:05 into the video:
Unbelievable Double Gun Disarm by Victor Marx , World’s Fastest Gun Disarm Man
He himself has gone through hell:
– Martial Arts For The Survivalist (ALT-MARKET, Oct 17, 2012):
Physical strength, endurance, flexibility, adaptability, and mental discipline are all attributes of a true survivor. Unfortunately, they are also attributes that are often neglected by the average survivalist. The popular assumption is that if you have sizable food storage and can shoot straight, you are ready to rock-and-roll. Reality has some harsh lessons for those with this mindset. The first and most important weapon in any prepper’s arsenal is his own body; strong, healthy, and well taken care of. If a person’s body is left to decay, no amount of gear is going to save them in the middle of a crisis situation…
Hand-to-hand combat training is sometimes treated with cynicism amongst preppers who have spent all their lives enraptured in the world of firearms. The common retort is “Why use my hands when I have my Glock…?” Indeed. Why should we? Perhaps because one day we may not have a weapon in our possession during a dangerous circumstance. Should a survivalist simply give up because he loses his gun or he runs out of ammunition? I think not.
My Tai Chi and Qi Gong teachers can also do the miraculous (‘Empty Force’ etc.).
They can also do it at a great distance. (In mind there is no distance. See also ‘nonlocality ‘in quantum physics.) It’s real.
‘You are where your consciousness is.’
This is not defying the ‘physical law’ if you include quantum physics!
We are emitting and receiving energy all of the time.
What we perceive as physical or solid is much more than 90% empty space.
Your body is 99.9999999999999% empty space.
And yet space – even a vacuum – is never empty.
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