Inzen - Hidden or Latent Power
Kan - School
I know you probably already knew that, but wanted to make sure everyone else in the forum knew.
Seemed like a great name for a school of Hapkido (Yes, I know, Japanese name Korean style, big deal), and then I began perfecting my personal styles again, and since they aren't anywhere near completed, I put them under the blanket of Inzenkan and call what I do Inzenkan Systems. Nothing special.
It's a great name (IMHO), but just a name nonetheless.
Last edited by Inzenkan; 11/29/2007 10:37pm at .
Hidden or Latent power?
Do you have the Kanji for that?
And yeah, it is a big deal. If you have Kanji, I can tell you what the Korean name would be.
Inzenkan, according to this website you claim to hold 12 black belts. 12 black belts are a lot of black belts. Can you tell me who awarded you all of those please? The website states that this was contributed by you on October 31, 2007, so I assume it's fairly recent and up to date.
Before I lay out this technique for you, I want to tell you a little bit about who I am. My name is Jeremy Galvez. I hold a total of 12 Black Belt certifications. I've studied and been certified under six Grandmaster level instructors ranked 8th Degree Black Belt and above. My specialties are Hapkido, which I hold a 6th Degree Black Belt in, and Aiki-Jujutsu, for which I earned an induction in 2003 to the Hawaii Martial Arts International Society Hall of Fame for founding the style Shintosuru Aiki-Jujutsu (also certified 6th Degree Black Belt). I have competed internationally, and was in the United States Army for 7 years as an Infantryman/Unit Supply Specialist where I spent a great deal of time as a Military Combatives and Physical Fitness Instructor. I am also the California State Director for the International Sungja-do Association
Last edited by MaverickZ; 11/29/2007 11:38pm at .
Accord this this site: http://www.blackbeltintl.com/info.php?id=1146
The black belts you hold are:
BBI Member ID: 1795
Martial Art: Mixed Martial Arts
Skill Level: 6 Degree
Sensei Galvez holds the following certifications:
6th Degree Black Belt (Founder), Shintosuru Aiki-Jujutsu
6th Degree Black Belt (Founder), Shintosuru An'ei Ninjutsu
6th Degree Black Belt, Sungja-do Hapkido
6th Degree Black Belt, Shadow Dragon (Bujinkan) Ninjutsu
5th Degree Black Belt, Fudoshin Ryu Ninjutsu
3rd Degree Black Belt, Grappling Concepts (MMA)
3rd Degree Black Belt, ISA Taekwondo
3rd Degree Black Belt, Ueshiba Aikido
1st Degree Black Belt, Kenpo Karate
1st Degree Black Belt, ISA Judo
1st Degree Black Belt, ISA Jujitsu
Black Sash, Shaolin Concepts Gung Fu
Can you also please tell me what the ISA is? As far as tae kwon do federations go, I thought I was familiar with most of them. I've never heard of this one.
I'm going to bed.
Errant108: I will get you the Kanji for both Inzenkan and Shintosuru, I think I have it on my flash drive. Do you want me to e-mail it, or post it here?
ISA = International Sungja-do Association - Grandmaster George Petrotta
This has been stated on here before.
I'm pretty sure I've posted the link before but info on the ISA can be found here: http://www.sungjado.org/
I just love the double standards. Why is it that you want me to prove myself and DCS doesn't even have to give his name?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I forgot about that old ass ANC site. Yes, that was my site in 2001. The ANC became the INF (International Ninjutsu Federation) when I was at the height of my Ninjer phase. My concept for the website and logos were pretty cool I guess, but overall I'd have to say it was a bad idea. Don't they delete those things after a while? That's crazy.
Considering I came here not for myself but to enter into discussions with others, and since no one else is being questioned or even has to give their name, I'm not playing along anymore. All of the information you have requested will be available on my website which will be up January 1st, 2008. Unless people are willing to share their personal information with me, I'm not willing to share mine with them, and will not be lured into any more discussions regarding my legitimacy. To be quite frank, it doesn't matter to you or Bullshido, is none of your business, and since I'm being asked the same questions 20 billion times, is getting slightly annoying.
Stop google searching and ask me, geniuses, I have nothing to hide, nor do I care. My skill is proven and proveable. Like I said, come see me, I'm really not that hard to find... obviously.
Can we get back on topic now?
Sorry, not all of that last post was for you, just the ANC part and the "I'm not going through the trouble of proving myself anymore" part. Unfortunately you'll have to wait until I get the website up, and then I'll post copies of my certificates, dates, instructors, etc. to the site under my bio.
No disrespect intended to anyone here, but this is getting ridiculous.
Maybe because i haven't been acting like an asshole?
Originally Posted by Inzenkan
My aikido lineage: Ueshiba Morihei (Founder) - Saito Morihiro - Paolo Corallini - Javier Cid - Me.
More info available via PM to Mav, Errant or any othe mod if required.
Originally Posted by Inzenkan
Inzenkan, no one gives a **** about your retarded "come to California to fight me" challenge. You aren't important enough. There are a billion other hucksters just like you who have more black belts and degrees than actual years in the martial arts. The reason I've got my sights on you is because of your hilarious certifications. I mean honestly, "3rd Degree Black Belt, Grappling Concepts (MMA)". Ignoring the fact that grappling and MMA are two completely separate things, how does one go about getting a black belt (third degree no less) in "grappling concepts"? Do you have like, a black belt in bridging and rolling? Or a black belt in maintaining the guard?
So let's take a look.
You have four black belts that you _bought_ from the ISA. I went on their site and checked out the requirements for black belt certification and can safely say that you did in fact buy them. Interestingly, they only seem to provide certification for tae kwon do. I can't seem to find where you can get certified in the other arts that you claim rank through them in. So that's your judo, jujitsu, tae kwon do, and hapkido certifications. I assume that this Grandmaster George Petrotta signed those certifications (I'll look into him later), is that correct?
You have two black belts in arts you founded, shintosuru aiki-jujutsu and an'ei ninjutsu. So those are pretty much unconfirmable by anyone. I assume you chose to award yourself the 6th degrees. Who co-signed and confirmed those certifications for you? Or was it just you?
That leaves your Shaolin concepts black sash, your kenpo karate black belt, your Ueshiba aikido black belt, your fudoshin ryu ninjutsu black belt, your bujinkan black belt, and your "grappling concepts (MMA)" black belts. Who awarded and signed those certifications for you?
Some other questions. Where did you actually study martial arts? Under who and for how long? Which martial arts? In that ANC site you look about 25 years old, but you have the equivalent of 42 degrees worth of black belts.
Last edited by MaverickZ; 11/30/2007 10:56am at .