The Fractal Theory: See Book I for details.
Animism: Worshipping of holy spirits. It is a belief that the soul-spirit and a holy spirit reside in all things in Nature.
The Japanese archipelago is the Hinagata of the world: Including Taiwan (the former Japanese territory). Each island corresponds to five major continents of the world; Hokkaido corresponds to the North America, the main island to Eurasia, Shikoku to Australia, Kyushu to Africa, Taiwan to South America.
Taoism: a Chinese religion which included the philosophy of perennial youth and immortality in the philosophy of Lao-tse. The religion was systematized in the later Han Dynasty. Over the years, it greatly deviated from the original philosophy of Lao-tsu which was that the essence of universe is idleness. Its main philosophy was changed to individual happiness such as perennial youth and longevity, which attracted many individuals.
Su: God of Great Origin, the supreme God, mentioned in the Takenouchi Documents as Su-Shin, (主神). ‘Su’ in this case also contains the meaning of the center.
Pore: A cavity in radish and Gobo.
Extreme yang: In the principles of the Yin and Yang, even numbers are regarded as yin and odd numbers are yang for the numbers from 1 to 9. Among them, 9 is the strongest Yang number. Therefore 9 is considered the extreme yang.
Consequently: This is based on the author’s interpretation of ‘Hitsuki Shinji (The revelation of the Sun and Moon) that ‘God will become the King of the world, people do not understand that Tenshi is god, and Mikoto is the one with coordinated word, mind and action.’
Five-colored races: In the Takenouchi Documents, five different races were spread throughout the world. Their ancestors are prince and princesses of the Sumera-Mikoto. The people are called the five-colored races in general because their skin colors are white, red, yellow, blue, and black. Japanese people are called ‘Hibito’ and distinguished from the five-colored races.
Himorogi: god dwells. It is the place where Divine spirits dwell when descending on earth or the object in which they dwell. The places are generally trees, rocks and humans.
Pore: A cavity in radish and Gobo.
Ships for the seas and the rivers: In the Takenouchi Documents, this expression was used to distinguish it from the Ameno-ukifune.
The longevity of the Sumera-Mikoto in those days: The 3rd generation of the Joko era continued for 27 billion 50,000 years, over 24 sub-generations.
Prime Minister: Prime Minister who appoints cabinet ministers is still now appointed by Ten-no in modern times. This was analogous to ancient times.
Encouragement of the whole nation: This is the same as the case where Hirohito toured Japan to encourage the Japanese people after defeat in World War II.
Hane: Refer to Book I for details.
Harne: My patient Alan Hawley wrote his address as 12 Seymore Close, Herne Bay, England.
Mahane: It is situated at the foot of Mt. Sinai in Egypt.
Bitten: A solution made from sea water after the salt is removed. Bitten was spread to make the earth floor hard in old houses.
Another patient: Maureen Baker
The river-based airport: The airport utilizing the flat land running parallel to the river between the mountains. The airport can be easily identified from the air while flying.
Kanto: There are many places with the name ‘Kami’ (also pronounced as ‘Kan’, ‘Kami’) since olden times, such as ‘(Kando, (神戸))’, ‘(Kannda, (神田))’ and ‘(Kamibayashi, (神林))’. When ‘Kanto’ is pronounced as ‘(Kamido, (香土))’ (the fragrance of soil), it means artificial concrete, according to an ancient Japanese historian.
Ashi: Perennial type of rice plant, which grows in colonies on the shore.
A friend of mine: His name is Rhyujin Gyokuryu, an executive member of the World Federal Construction Alliance, and acting president of the Earth Peace Federation. He received the degree of ‘Doctor of Culture’ from the World University in the USA.
The Chibusan tumulus: situated in Yamakashi in Kumamoto. It is believed to be built in the 6th century AD or BC ‌. It is famous for its Keyhole-shaped tumulus (square at the front and rounded in the rear), and decorated. It has been worshipped as the god of breast since olden times.
Pole: A decorative cloth of the five-colored races is attached to the pole, implying that the Sun festival was originally a festival of the five-colored races.
The seven circles: One of the motifs in the geometric pattern is often seen in the decorative tumulus.
The Pleiades: located in the Taurus
Heavenly land of Hidama (天日玉国): It is written in the Takenouchi Documents. It is the hometown of humans. It is sometimes written as (天日玉球国). In the pre-war period, some researchers advocated that the Heavenly land of Hidama referred to the sun. However, modern Theory (which is now more accepted) refers it to a planet outside of the solar system,.
World tour: The Sumera-Mikoto in ultra ancient times toured the world once each generation and appointed a King for each region.
The record: The 12th generation of the Fukiaezu dynasty, a map of the world tour of the Sumera-Mikoto.
Red-colored race of Adam-Eve: Professor Shillony of the Hebrew University told the author that ‘Adam’ means ‘red’ in Hebrew.
Genes: The five-colored races were made by gene manipulation during the second Joko era. The prototype genes are from the 15 Princes and 1 Princess. See Book 1 for details.
Alexander the Great: 356 BC to 323 AD. The King of Macedonia. Following his expedition to the East he built a great empire covering Greece, Egypt and Persia in ten years.
Raven: In ancient China, there is a legend that a raven with three legs lived in the Sun and thus a raven is believed to be the messenger of the Sun.
Over 22 years: Returned to Japan on the 11th of the fifth month on the 71st year of his reign.
Takenouchi Sukune: He is generally believed to have served five Sumera-Mikoto; Keiko, Seimu, Chuai, Ohjin, Nintoku. He is said to have visited Korea. This is probably because the story of his world tour was partially transmitted.
The tumulus of the Nintoku Sumera-Mikoto: the largest key-hole type tumulus located at Sakai, Osaka.
Ninigi-no-Mikoto: Ameno-oshiho-mimino Mikoto. A descendent of Amaterasu god
Atsutamiya-gu shrine: The shrine is built to enshrine Kusanagi-no-tsurugi and located in the southern part of Nagoya City.
Yano Yutaro: 1881-1938. Born in Tsukiji, Tokyo. He was originally an elite military engineering officer. He began to devote himself to the research of the Takenouchi Documents after he came across the documents. Shinrei seiten researched the book based on guidance given to him from the Divine world.
Kuji Hongi: A historical book which was compiled at the beginning of the Heian period. The book records the events from the Divine era through to the Suiko Ten-no.
Ishigami shrine: Shrine for military officers. Located in Tanmari City, Nara Prefecture. The shrine is known for enshrining the Mononobe Shinto deity and Nanasayano-tachi (Seven swords) a national treasure.
Keigyo Ten-no: 12th generation of Koto.
Yamato-Takeruno Mikoto: A child of Keigyo Ten-no. His real name is Ohusuno Mikoto. By the command of the Ten-no, he destroyed the kumaso, a powerful clan in Kyushu who refused to obey the Yamato Imperial Court. Since then, he was given the name of ‘Yamatotakeru’ taken from the lord of Kumaso.
Saigu: Itsukino-miya: Maiden princess or a royal princess serving at Ise shrine who is chosen when the Ten-no ascends to the throne.
Hodoke and Mido characters: In the Takenouchi Documents, Hodo means  ‘relief’ and Mido means ‘carved’. In other words, Hido characters are relief characters and Mido are carved characters.
Before sacred materials preserved at the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine were burned to ashes: Many of the Takenouchi Documents were burned to ashes during the Tokyo raids of the Second World War.
Kudatama: Cylinder-shaped precious stone.
Nakahi and futotama: Larger sized beads distinguished from others by its position on the ring.
5 nakahi represent five festive days: According to the calendar of the Heian period, Niname festival was held on the day of Nakanounohi, and Saiin festival was held on the day of Nakanogonohi.
An omnipotent calendar: It is assumed that the Sumera-Mikoto made the Magatama based on a highly advanced knowledge of astronomy, demonstrating a way of living which is based on the laws of the universe.
Taishaku: One Isshaku is 22.5 cm.
Koshaku: One Koshaku is 18 cm. It was changed to 33.3 cm during a later generation.
Mori Arinori: 1847-1889. Born in Kagoshima Prefecture. A politician. He was Japan’s first Minister of Education and established the foundation of Japan’s modern education system.
E I E Rueshi A E I E: “I am that I am”
Ujigami: Ancestors of the Sumera family, or gods enshrined as guardian deities.
Shinseiryujin-kai: The eldest daughter of Yano Yutaro as well as the head of Shinseiryujin-kai preserved the copy of the sketch of the Yatano-kagami.
I humbly accepted: When the revelation to pass on the copy to Mikasano-miya was given to Shinseiryujin-kai on 8 January 1980, I was able to give the copy to Mikasano-miya through Mr. Nakayama Junichi who was the former head of the royal family police and former school master at the Kanto police academy. In 1994, Professor Ben Amin Shillony of Hebrew University asked the Koso Kotai Jingo shrine at Ise for permission to see the Yatano-kagami, but the permission was not granted. He then asked me to show him Yano Yutaro’s copy via Mr. Nakayama Junichi, and so I showed the copy to the professor. He commented that some of the characters engraved on the Yatano-kagami were similar to Hebrew; however the characters were not actually Hebrew.
The age of Miroku: An ideal society which is filled with order and without conflict and is believed to be realized in the future. The physical world will be maintained based on the law and order of the Divine-spirit realm.
The emblem: This is the reason why 32 petals of a chrysanthemum flower is sometimes used, instead of 16 petals.
Narazaki Kotateu: 1899-1974. A scientist born in Yamaguchi Prefecture.
Sojisho gakkai: 17-2, Shinsen, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150, Tel: 03-3461-8993.
Sojisho: No. 1 to 10 were published. More publications are expected.
Katakamuna shrine: Location of the shrine has not yet been confirmed. According to Taira, the shrine has been preserving the Katakamuna Documents.
Special steel: It is said that Narazaki saw a steel bin in China which was handed down by the Ashia race (Japan). Using the bin, it was possible to boil water using only a few leaves.
Hifumi: Among 80 poems that appear in the Katakamuna Document, these are the fifth and the sixth poems. They consist of 48 different (phonetic) sounds, which became the key to decode the Katakamuna Document.
Jireihai: It is formally called ‘O-kyo O-hai (mirror-worship). This is an ancient Shinto practice to worship your own Divine nature by looking at your own image reflected in the mirror.
Human lifespans became shorter: According to the Takenouchi Documents, human lifespans became shortened as they experienced Tenpenchii. See Book I for details.
Shekina: It is called the space ship of ‘Erohimu’ (the one who descends from the Heaven) in Hebrew. In the Bible, it guided people by becoming white clouds during the day and pillar of fire at night.
Moses’ Ten Commandments tablets: According to the Takenouchi Documents, there are three Moses’ Ten Commandments tablets; front, back and true. See Book I for detail.
Onyx stone: Blue agate. Nowadays, Onyx is referred to as one coated with a black color. This Onyx stone has beautiful blue color.
Gotoba Ten-no: 1180-1239 AD or BC ‌. During the war of Jyokyu, Gotoba Ten-no took up arms against the Hojyo clan to overthrow them, but he was lost during the war. He was then expelled to the Oki Island where he died.
Hihiir-kane: Mysterious metal recorded in the Takenouchi Documents. It is said to be a non-corrosive metal and never rusted.
Great Heavenly Sun God: The same as Amaterasu (Great) God. Ancestral God of the Sumera-Mikoto.
Sakai Katsutoki: 1874-1940 AD, Born in Yamagata. He researched the Takenouchi Documents, discovered pyramids in Japan, and expounded that pyramids originated in Japan.
Pyramid: See chapters on pyramids for details.
Theory of yang and yin: The Theory suggests that all things in the universe consist of two opposites in balance, such as heaven and earth, day and night, male and female and so on.
Three emperors: Kao-tsu, Wu-ti and Wen-ti. They are commonly believed to be the legendary emperors of China. Visits to Japan by Kao-tsu, Wu-ti were recorded in the Takenouchi Documents.
Kotei daikyo-Somon: Author and year are unknown. It is believed to be the oldest medical book. The book is based on yang and yin and five ideologies. The human body is regarded as a small universe, and the life phenomena of humans are similar to natural phenomena in the universe. The book contains medical contents relating to physiology, pathology and hygiene, and spiritual matters relating to acupuncture and acupressure therapy.
Miko: The one who serves God, receives Divine will and transmits the will to the people.
Jesus Christ, Shyakamuni Buddha and Mohammed: They are known as the founders of three of the world major religions. There is a record in the Takenouchi Documents showing they all studied at the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine.
Power of the Sumera-Mikoto was gradually reduced: During the 22nd generation of Kanyamato Dynasty, Yuryaku Ten-no, it was recorded that ‘because Buddhism prevailed, it became difficult to protect Japanese culture.’
Oppressed: Oppression against the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine became rampant. As time went by countless chief priests lost their lives in order to protect the sacred treasures of the shrine.
The 126th generation, of the present Kanyamato Dynasty: According to the Takenouchi Documents, the number of the generation may differ depending on whether the empress (Jinko Kogo), who acted like the Ten-no in ancient times, is counted or not.
The Ishtar gate: A castle wall that Nebucadanezar the Second ruler of the New Babylon (604-562 BC), constructed in the capital of Babylon. The exterior walls are said to have been made of bricks decorated with elegant color.
Korzebia: Robert Korzebia (1855-1925 AD). An archeologist with profound knowledge of construction and the arts excavated Babylon with the aid of Wilhelm II the German emperor at that time.
Alhambhra Palace: Constructed in the 13th and 14th centuries AD. A Moslem royal palace located in Granada, Spain.
The Wailing Wall: Herod’s Gate:One of the eight gates of the old city of Jerusalem. The first name was given by pilgrims,who erroneously believed that it led to Herod’s palace.It is also known in Arabic as the Flower Gate.
Tigratpiresel the Third: Reigned 734-726 BC. Last King of the Assyrian empire
Nimrod: Ancient Assyrian archeological site located 35 km south of Mosul City in Iraq.
Ramses the II: King of the 19th dynasty of Egypt’s new age. Reign 1289-1224 BC. He was famous for restoring Egypt which declined after the Amaruna revolution.
Tutankhamen: King of the 18th dynasty of Egypt. Reign: 1356-1343 BC. Yaname Kiku, author of ‘Jesus Christ died in Japan’, said that Tutankhamen was the son of the Sumera-Mikoto who had a courtship with an Egyptian princess and was born when the Sumera-Mikoto visited Egypt during a world tour.
Maya: The Mayan civilization occurred in 4 BC which covered Central America, from the Yucatan Peninsular to Guatemala. The civilization spanned from 4 AD to 900 AD.
Benin: West Africa. Republican country located in the Gulf of Guinea.
Godaigo Ten-no: Reign: 1318-1339 AD. He attempted to establish a new government, however he not succeed due to the conflict between the noble class and warrior class. This led to further conflicts with Ashikaka Takauji. He resided in Yoshino and began another dynasty called the Nan dynasty.
Kusunoki Masashige: died in 1336 AD. Under the ruling of Godaigo Ten-no, he assumed position of local minister. Later he fought against Ashikaga under Godaigo Ten-no.
Kagome: It is also called Kagome (Divine protection) emblem. When the plant geminates and young leaves began to appear, they are protected from being eaten by farm and wild animals by a woven bamboo basket. It then became a symbol of protection for a precious child of God from evil. The woven pattern looks like the six-pointed star and thus it was called ‘Kagome’ in Japanese.
Kei: It is natural to consider that the eight sunlight emblem should correspond to ‘gai’ as it is a larger unit. However, in the Takenouchi Documents, it is the reverse. It is up to the future research to find out whether or not a mistake might have occurred during the process of handing down the documents or there may be other special reasons.
Two squares are combined: It is also called the eight pointed star.
Mandala: Drawing that systematically expresses the realization of Buddha by many Buddhas and Bodhisattvas.
High-ranking shrine officials: According to one story, the person is believed to be the head of the Shrine Agency, but this is not confirmed.
The sacred inscribed and molded image of Joseph and Mary: The image made of human bones molded in a special method. There are many other sacred treasures enshrined at the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine. Those include 76 sacred inscribed molded image of the Sumera-Mikoto from ultra ancient times.
The ship: The ship is called a dragon ship as a dragon image is used on the stern.
Daikoku god: One of the Seven Deities of Good Fortune. The drawing of the god shows that the god holds a small mallet in the right hand, and is carrying a bag on the left shoulder, and standing on a rice barrel. The god is respected by people of Japan as the god who to brings good fortune.
Tri-color: Three-color flag. This term generally refers to the French national flag consisting of blue, red and white.
Wheel: Buddhist teachings are represented as a wheel which can remove evil from society.
The Koran: The Holy book of Islam, which compiles the revelations from Allah given to Mohammed, the founder of Islam.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi: 1536-1598 AD. He served Oda Nobunaga. After the Honnoji incident, he was in a battle against Akechi Mitsuhide and won the battle, and then he unified the nation.
The first year of Ansei era: 1854 AD. Latter half of the Edo period.
The moon flag: According to ‘Taiko nihonshi’ written by Iwata Daichu, the moon flag also existed.
Yata: Octagonal shape with each side having an indented inward circle.
The Koso Kotai Jingu shrine: The shrine worships the 6th generation of Heavenly god, with the name of ‘Amatsukami-Kunitsukami-hajimenotamashii-tamaya.’ It was founded on Mt. Kurai in Hida, Gifu Prefecture. The shrine was shifted to Toyama during the 1st generation of the Joko era. The name of the shrine was changed to the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine during the 10th generation of the Joko era. The name of the main shrine was modified to ‘Bessogai-Jingu shrine’ (outer shrine) in order to enshrine 98 pillars of the five colored races.
Highly advanced technologies: In those days, highly advanced technologies were developed by many Mikoto’s, and were shared with other nations.
Idea that Japanese are the chosen people: The ideology that the Japanese people were especially chosen by God. The ideology of German Nazis that the Germanic people were the chosen people caused discrimination against the Jewish people.
Seven regions: 1. Miyoi, 2. Tamiara, 3. the Philippines, 4. Kamchatka, 5. Hawaii, 6. South America, 7. North America.
Changes in pronunciation: While a particular sound was used, easier sounds were adopted as time progressed.
33 Sumera-Mikoto: This is during the 2nd generation of the Sumera-Mikoto.
Kiki: A general name for the Kojiki and Nihonshoki.
Poor health: According to ‘Shinrei Seiten’, this Sumera-Mikoto originally had a weak body constitution, and he became ill after an injury caused by an arrow during a battle against a rebel army. Thus he handed the throne over to his brother.
Kukami Documents: Ancient documents handed down by the Kukami family, who transmits the teachings of one of the Shinto sects, and are written with the Divine characters called Kukami. Many parts of the documents are similar to the Takenouchi Documents, however, the generation is very short.
Miyashita Documents: Ancient documents handed down by the Miyashita family who are the chief priests of Fujidai shrine for many generations. The documents are also called ‘Xu fu Documents.’ Xu fu came to Japan by order of the emperor of the Qin dynasty who was looking for a secret medicine for perennial youth and long life. While he was in Japan, he learned about the history of Japan from the chief priest of the shrine. Having been impressed by the Japanese history, he wrote down the Japanese history he heard from the priest in Chinese characters.
Uetsu-Fumi: Ancient document believed to be compiled in 1223 AD by Ohtomo Iinao, a local defense official in Oita Prefecture, and son OF the mistress of Minamotono Yoritomo. It is believed to be based on another ancient document written with Divine characters and was handed down through the Sanka mountain tribe. The document is based on folklore, and differs from other dynasty-based documents.
Hotsuma-Tsutae: Ancient document handed down by the Ogasawara Family in Uwajima City in Shikoku. It is written with Divine characters called ‘Hotsuma’ characters. The document consisting of 56 sentences of 10,000 lines describing social events rather than historical events.
Divine edict: Revelation from God. Divine revelation
Amemihikari-ohhinakaki-ohhiohteruhi Great god: This is the Divine name given after ascending to the Divine world.
Amehinomoto-hinonimii-nushi Sumera-Mikoto: This name was given after the Sumera-Mikoto of the 3rd generation of the Joko era ascended to the Divine world.
Kojiki: Completed in 712 AD. It consists of the family lineage of the Sumera-Mikoto, myths, and legends.
Hiedano Are: A close adviser of Tenmu Ten-no. He is well known for compiling the Kojiki. His birth and death are unknown. There is a Theory that he was actually female
Teiki and Kyuiji: They do not currently exist. They are believed to be the original version for the Kojiki. ‘Teiki’ contains the family lineage of the Sumera-Mikoto and ‘Kyuji’ contains stories of the Sumera family handed down by the family.
Purified: In Shinto, this refers to water purification. Water purifies the sins and impurities of the body.
Mido: Refers to female genital area.
Ohtonoji Sumera-Mikoto: 18th generation of the Joko era
Kashikone Sumera-Mikoto: 20th generation of the Joko era
Tenpenchii: A large scale Tenpenchii which occurred in the 21st ad 22nd generation of the Joko era was recorded.
Yamatano orochi: In the Kojiki and Nihonshoki, the story of Yamatano orochi is described in the myth where Susano-ono Mikoto battled against an evil dragon. However, in the Takenouchi Documents, Yamatano orochi was a group of bandits living in the mountains and were anti-Sumerian. This is worthy of attention when we closely examine the true history of Japan.
Imo: sister, refers to wife
Susano-ono Mikoto: Different written characters were used for Susano-ono Mikoto in this decree. It is not known why different characters were used, especially when the Divine characters were changed into Japanese characters, requires consistency.
Ascended to the Divine world: In the Takenouchi Documents the demise of the Sumera-Mikoto is expressed as ‘returning to the Divine world’ or ‘god who has left.’
Hiruko: In the Kojiki, the name Hiruko is derived from a character similar to jelly fish.
Hiruko: In the Takenouchi Documents, two characters were used to spell Hiruko. This can be read as ‘Ebirosu.’ Considering the fact that the name of a place is generally given from a person’s name, ‘Hiruko’ could actually be read as ‘Ebirosu’, which later became the name of America.
Origin of written characters: According to the Takenouchi Documents, the oldest written characters were developed in Japan during the 1st generation of the Joko era. The person who developed written characters were the Sumera-Mikoto.
Kamiyono bankokushi: The name of ‘the Takenouchi Documents’ was given after the sacred treasures were opened to the public in the Meiji era. In ancient times, the Takenouchi Documents were called ‘Kamiyono bankokushi.’
Divided soul of the gods: The divided soul was separated from the main soul. This term is generally used to describe gods who were enshrined at another shrine shifting from the main shrine. In Shinto, humans are believed to possess Divine character; the core of Divine character is the main soul (Parent God). Divine character separated from the main soul and the Divine nature which resides within humans is called the divided soul.
Three gods of heaven: Gods of unification in the fifth dimension. A general term used for the Amaterasu god, moon god, and great sun god.
Gods in the Divine spiritual world were created at the time of creation of the earth: This means that third and fourth dimensions were created at the same time.
The one who possessed the soul of three gods of heaven: Amesakari-hinimukaitsuhime Sumera-Mikoto possessed the divided soul of Amaterasu god, who is one of the three gods of heaven.
Gods in the fifth dimension: Three gods of heaven
Takenouchi Kiyomaro: 1870-1965 AD. The 66th chief priest of the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine reconstructed the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine in 1910, in Isohara, Kita Ibaragi City, Ibaragi Prefecture. He began showing sacred treasures to the public and began expansion activities for the Amatsu religion. The Takenouchi Documents are sacred books, far different from the common understanding of the Shinto priests of those days. He was indited for blasphemy, but found not guilty in the Supreme Court. His biography is available in a book titled ‘Dewahanaso’ written by Takenouchi Yoshimiya, his son.
The Ontake religion: One of the thirteen Shinto sects. Shimoyama Daisuke founded the sect in 1873 AD based on the belief in the Ontake shrine in Kiso.
Hirohito (Showa Ten-no): 1901-1989. He contributed to the end of the Second World War. General Macarthur said that he saw god in Hirohito, who offered his life to save the Japanese people. At the time of his demise, the heads of state from around the world came to see him off. He partly displayed the figure of a world Sumera-Mikoto.
Imperial history: This is based on the view of seeing the world in a Ten-no centered nationalistic way. This ideology originated from the Japanese army in the beginning of the 1900’s and became similar to ultra nationalism.
Parent soul: soul of God which is the main soul and it is different from the divided soul.
Princess Yamatake: At the time of the creation of earth, she attempted to create a human, but made a mistake by creating a cow and a horse instead. As repayment, she volunteered to take on a bigger role and became the Divine soul of Jinmu Ten-no so as to contribute to the restoration of Japanese culture.
Yuraiki: Kuruma Sakaichi, chief priest of Kamokawa Ryujin Taikoku shrine, a religious corporation, wrote about gods from the time of the creation of the universe.
In detail: Even nowadays, large Shinto shrines forecasts the crops of the year, and suggests crops to be planted.
Connect: Since olden times, an ideology of connection existed in Japan, where emphasis was placed on humans and nature, humans and humans, and humans and gods. This ideology is also seen in Shinto.
Hibito: Refers to Japanese. Japanese people are not part of the five-colored races. Since the Japanese were given the role to support the Sumera-Mikoto, name of ‘hibito’ was given to the Japanese people.
Peaceful industry: The author suggests that a peaceful industry should make use of the mysterious energy of the universe. In doing so, conflicts over limited natural resources such as oil will disappear.
Satellite broadcasting: The author believes that inter-stellar communication may be possible with the support of an advanced spiritual civilization.