The website's new location is at http://mongoosevega.tripod.com
You all might wana visit it.
Umm... it also says in that website that the history of mongoose martial art goes back to ancient Egypt. Is that true?
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Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics indicate that Sebekkah and Tahtib were the primary fighting styles taught to the Egyptian military. Royal families were trained in an advanced style of these arts at a very young age to deter assassination attempts. Much of what was known of Sebekkah and Tahtib have been lost, but there are still a few authentic practitioners believed to inhabit Egypt.
There is NO historical evidence to prove how Sebekkah and Tahtib were created. However, there is historical evidence referencing the Pharaoh Menes (c305-285BCE), who unified Egypt and his desire to have world's greatest army. Supposedly, he invited the greatest warriors throughout all of Africa, India, and several other locations in the Middle-East to train his armies. This was probably the catalyst for the first Olympic Games. Elements of these two martial arts can be found in the more obscure martial arts of the world; namely Eskrima (Filipino Stick Fighting), White Eyebrow Kung Fu (Bak Mei), Pencak Silat, Krav Maga, Muay Thai, Hwa Rang Do, Ninjitsu, and various Capoiera styles.
More here about those obscure arts in another forum http://www.martialtalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=46196
I have come across many many secrets in martial arts over the years. They are all very different but they all have one major thing in common. They are all very very simple. The only real secret is that you have to practise your “secret” every day before it delivers the results.