Learn the god side of the force with old Jedi Manual ‘The Jedi Path’ that has passed down from Jedi Master to Padawan through generations. It’s actually the only single copy that’s left!
'The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force' is the Jedi's and the good side of the Force's version of the popular training manual 'Book of Sith: Secrets from the Dark Side', which is the dark side of the Force's version of the book. And since it's written and crafted by Jedi Masters, you'll learn the opposite of what you'll learn from 'Book of Sith', namely the good side of the Force and not the Dark side.
Some of the early Jedi Masters who wrote & crafted this book is Crix Sunburris, Fae Coven, Skarch Vaunk, Bowspritz, Sabla-Mandibu & many more!
This awesome book has passed down from Master to Padawan through generations and the content in it has been affected by those who have used it and studied its secrets. Everyone from Crix Sunburris, Master Yoda to Luke Skywalker - They've all shaped the book's content through hundreds of years of Jedi experiences.
And now YOU can own this book which is the only single copy that's left after years of intergalactic wars and rebellion.
'The Jedi Path' also comes with:
- A Jedi Code burned poster
- A letter tracing the book's history
- A Padawan braid (maybe from Anakin Skywalker?)
- A Lightsaber diagram scribbled down on a napkin
- A real Jedi credit medallion made of metal
- A Jedi Starfighter patch
- A map of the Jedi Temple
- And a note from the Sith who tore out the book's missing pages
And just like the 'Book of Sith', it comes with an awesome motorized case to store the book in when you’re not learning the good side of the Force.
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