FAQ 35-36

Question 35

When I was a child, I would often feel sick at my friend’s house where a stuffed animal was attached to the wall. My husband’s parents like stuffed animals too, so there is a stuffed raccoon dog in their house. What do you think of stuffed animals? Personally I hate them. Is it no problem to put such a thing in the house unless the owner prays for some profit or money?

  • stuffed animal 剥製
  • attach 取り付ける
  • raccoon dog 狸
  • personally 個人的には
  • unless S+V SがVしない限り


You had better not have stuffed animals. The energy of mortification of animals would flow in the house. Also, spirits of animals are attracted to stuffed animals because they have figures and forms. It’s out of the question to put such a thing in the house. If you put it in your house, the fortune of the your family would decline and it would have bad influences on especially the birth of a child or your children’s health. Descendants of a hunter are likely to be handicapped. Do not put stuffed animals, which died with resentment,  in the house so that you won’t spiritual problems.

  • mortification 悔しさ
  • attract 引き付ける
  • out of the question 問題外
  • descendant 子孫
  • tend to~ 〜する傾向がある
  • handicapped 身体障害の
  • with resentment 無念に
  • so that S+V SがVするように

Question 36

I hear that Ichiro Suzuki, a Japanese baseball player, has an ancient-Greek war helmet made from bronze as one of his favorite treasures. It is often said that we should not have such things as were used in battlefields because those things are possessed with wicked spirits. I don’t like antiques in general, either. Are there any good antiques?

  • ancient 古代の
  • bronze 青銅
  • treasure 宝物
  • battlefield 戦場
  • possessed 憑いている
  • antique 骨董品
  • in general 一般的に


I can see that the helmet Mr. Ichiro has happens to have no karma of life and death of a person. But it is advisable to think that antiques are seldom good spiritually. Good antiques are really rare. Antiques are covered with thought energy of the previous owners and magnetism of their lives. If an owner of an antique has so strong a personality that the spiritual magnetism emitted from the antique cannot beat it, the owner is not affected by the article. Some collectors of antiques whose personality is forceful love old antiques as if they were possessed with the antiques. They can feel good when their own magnetism is interfered by the stimulations of the magnetism emitted from the antique. Great men in the past who were said to be “a monster” were often enthusiasts of antiques. But if you are spiritually weak, you had better stop collecting antiques, or you’ll be swallowed and defeated by them.

  • happen to~  たまたま〜する
  • advisable 賢明な
  • be covered with A Aで覆われている
  • previous 以前の
  • magnetism 磁気
  • emit 放出する
  • beat 打ち負かす
  • forceful 力強い
  • interfere 干渉する
  • stimulation 刺激
  • enthusiast 愛好家
  • swallow 飲み込む
  • defeat 打ち負かす

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