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I previously wrote that one of the three stone pillars worshiped on the top of Mt. Hakusan(白山) was taken away by a different people to Mt.Hakutousan(白頭山), or Baitou, in ancient times. The third stone pillar of a breath of the Original God, which was Yorishiro, a place for a spirit to stay at temporarily, used to be on the top of Mt.Hakusan in ancient times.

  • previously 以前
  • stone pillar 石柱
  • worship 祭る
  • ancient times 古代
  • breath 息吹
  • the Original God 根源神
  • used to be 以前は存在していた

The most important stone pillar of the three has been buried as a pillar of God in the ground in the center of a new site for a new main building which is to be built in 2013, of Geku(外宮) of the Grand Shrine of Ise(伊勢神宮). “A breath of creation” of the Original God resides in this stone pillar turned black .

  • bury 埋める
  • site 用地
  • creation 創造
  • reside 宿る
  • turn black 黒くなる

The second stone pillar has been buried in the ground of Izawa-no-miya(伊雑宮)of the Grand Shrine of Ise. And “a breath of preservation and  harmony” of the Original God resides in the second stone pillar. I feel it has been buried in the ground of the forbidden woods behind the main building of Izawa-no-miya.

  • preservation 維持
  • harmony 調和
  • forbidden  禁足の
  • woods 森

Now, “a breath of destruction” of the Original God resides in the third stone pillar taken away to Baitou located in the modern North Korea. In this World of Reality, it is not until creation, preservation, and destruction make a set that the world circulates. What has been projected and caused in this world by moving the third stone pillar of ” a breath of destruction” to the ancient Eurasian continent is emission of energy of destruction, conquest and binding. And this energy produced numerous personal gods, religions, and figures with the energy in their hearts.

  • destruction 破壊
  • take A away 運び去る
  • locate 位置する
  • modern 現代の
  • It is not until S’+V’ that S+V S’がV’して初めてSはVする
  • make a set 揃う
  • circulate 循環する
  • project 投影する
  • cause 引き起こす
  • Eurasian continent ユーラシア大陸
  • emission 放出
  • conquest 制服
  • biding 縛り
  • numerous 数多くの
  • personal god 人格神
  • religion 宗教
  • figure 人物

When the third stone pillar of destruction was worshiped on the top of Mt. Hakusan in Japan, the holy spirit residing in the pillar was Susanoo(スサノオ). By being taken away abroad, a wandering journey of Susanoo began. Susanoo produced Shiva in India and Islam and Judaism in the Middle East by sending figures to this world who had part of Susanoo’s spirit in their hearts. Genghis Khan in Mongolia was also one of the figures who had part of Susanoo’s spirit.

  • holy spirit 神霊
  • abroad 海外に
  • wander 彷徨う
  • journey 旅
  • Islam イスラム教
  • Judaism ユダヤ教
  • the Middle East 中東
  • Mongolia モンゴル

When Susanoo with blue aura appears in a personal god, the figure has long hair and long beard. It is interesting that as to religions or persons that were produced by the influence of characteristics of the personal god, there remains a habit of having long hair and beard.

  • aura オーラ
  • beard 髭
  • influence 影響
  • characteristic 特徴
  • remain 残っている
  • habit 習慣

I believe that in order for the energy body of the stone pillar carried away outside Japan to return to a maternal country of Japan, like a child longs for his mother, many people need to realize the hidden divine nature of Japan and get back the true faith of devoting gratitude to the Original God.

  • in order for A to~ Aが〜するためには
  • energy body エネルギー体
  • maternal 母性の
  • long for A  A を思慕する
  • hidden 隠された
  • divine nature 神性
  • faith 信仰
  • devote 捧げる
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち

There seems to have been a certain background behind the fact that this ancient incidence was expressed in the metaphor of Susanoo being expelled from the World of Gods in Japanese myths “Kojiki”(古事記), or Records of Ancient Matters, and “Nihon Shoki”(日本書記), or the Chronicles of Japan.

  • There seems to have been A Aがあったように思われる
  • a certain ある
  • background 背景
  • fact 事実
  • incidence 出来事
  • express 表現する
  • metaphor 比喩
  • expel 追放する
  • myth 神話

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