Budo ryu 武道流 Budo means martial art so the ryuha name means "martial art scool"
Antony Cummins(he's now cooperating with it) said
i have already addressed this. Budo Ryu is not a Japanese art. It is the name of her school, like Bujinkan.
That doesn't make sense.
Bujinkan is now a big school name but it's named traditional way.
For example, Hokushin Itto ryu - Genbukan, Shindo Munen ryu - Renpeikan.
So Togakure ryu - Bujinkan is OK, but Tomo ryu - Budo ryu is wrong.
Both are ryuha name.
Since Antony admitted his lack of understanding Japanese, I'm not surprised but he can't tell people it's the correct way.
According to legend Tomo Ryu Shinobijutsu (戸隠流忍術)was developed in the Kemmu Restoration (建武の新政)
It says Tomo ryu but the kanji is Togakure ryu 戸隠流.
What kind of trick is that?
Here's CJ's imaginary sensei Kobayashi Ichiro.The name sounds like John Smith, very very common name.
"Years later he met a woman that he passed down the knowledge"
Though the woman don't look woman. So manly.
I am going to write about Budo ryu in Japanese to let J-people know how ninjers distort our history.
From Bullshido thread
Some history here of CHRISTA JACOBSON
So I was researching an old friend after I heard that he had a sex change. So I found allot and I would like to give you some information on him now her. Christa Jacobson was first known as Chris brooks. His father died and later changed his name to Chris Jacobson because of his mother remarrying .
Now in some of the information you accumulated from research is true but. But we graduated in 1995 and he never trained with any one in the time of his high school career.
The reason why I know this is that I attended most of the Kansas and Missouri martial art schools. I was trying to find a good school that I could attend and stay with.
But there seem to be none. In that time Chris had never attended any of these schools of announced that he was attending and martial arts school at all.
no asking around from friends and family it is true that Chris changed sex and has adopted a child.
I kept up doing martial arts until i went to the ARMY.
In that time i have only study in very little places and not gaining rank or degrees of any kind.
I just enjoy the martial arts. Now years after I hear this about Chris is kind of sad, I am not for sure if he/she is lying about all the training.
But the early days had never happened unless he started after high school and in less than a year became a Master Ichiro kobayashi.
from all my time i spent in different dojo's I have never seen any one advance that fast. I am not a professional in the martial arts world but from everything that I know and learned it takes time and understanding.