Questions and answers (42)-(43)

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Question 42:

You say we, humans living in this world, can only make spirits unable to rest in peace relieved. Why is it so?

  • human 人間
  • rest in peace 成仏する
  • relieved 安心した

Answer:

The other world can be said to be a static world. It is divided into countless dimensions, and spirits in peace in a dimension cannot interfere with and save other spirits in anguish in another dimension. There is no way but to go through the World of Reality. Strong spirits resting in peace of the ancestors’ spirits, trying to save other spirits in pain in the same family line, lead their offsprings living in the World of Reality to hold a memorial service for their ancestors, and by doing so save the unfortunate ones.

  • the other world あの世
  • static 静的な
  • divide A into B AをBに分割する
  • countless 無数の
  • demension 次元
  • in anguish 苦悶する
  • go through A Aを経由する
  • in pain  苦しんでいる
  • family line 家系
  • lead A to~ Aに〜するよう仕向ける
  • offspring 子孫
  • unfortunate 不幸な

Question 43:

What do you think of Edgar Cayce?

Answer:

I think about half of what he said was true. He had a mixed spiritual wave composed of those of the Christian World of Spirit and the World of the Dead. Since he received signs from those spiritual worlds near this world, he was good at pointing out private minor details. But I feel he was unstable in giving some advice about the whole, big matters.

  • half 半分
  • mixed 混在した
  • wave 波動
  • be composed of A Aから構成されている
  • Christian キリスト教系の
  • since  S+V SはVするので
  • receive 受け取る
  • sign 啓示
  • be good at~ing 〜することが得意である
  • point out A Aを指摘する
  • private 個人的な
  • minor detail 細事
  • unstable 不安定な
  • whole 全体的な
  • matter 事柄
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