All Human Beings are Precious Descendants of God

On 7 January, the deathday of Emperor Showa, the 20th Memorial Ceremony for the Showa Emperor was held at Musashinono-misasagi(武蔵野陵) in Hachioji(八王子). In a TV news program, I saw the present Emperor attending Misasagi-no-gi Ceremony(山陵の儀)held there.

  • deathday 命日
  • the present Emperor 今上天皇

Seeing the news, I felt the spiritual vibration of Emperor Showa coming from the Musashinono-misasagi behind the present Emperor. Emperor Showa seemed to remain in this World of Reality to see the future of Japan and the Imperial House. I asked a personal god of Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami(天照太御神), who appears in the form of a woman, when Emperor Showa would go up to the World of Gods. She replied that he would remain this world until his grandson succeeds to the throne.

  • vibration 波動
  • the Imperial House 皇室
  • personal god 人格神
  • succeed 引き継ぐ
  • throne 王位

I saw the personal God of Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami was at Misasagi-no-gi Ceremony, too. Interestingly, the holy spirit was calling all of the members of the Imperial House, including past Emperors, Tenson(天孫), or descendants of God. The word Tenson seems to refer to all human beings who have physical bodies in this World of Reality. In the eyes of God, human beings are all her descendants, just as the World of Gods corresponds to “parents”, the other upper worlds “children” and the World of Reality “descendants.”

  • interestingly 興味深いことに
  • descendant 子孫
  • refer to A Aを指す
  • correspond 対応する

According to my psychic reading, Emperor Showa was very strict with the present Emperor because he had the sense of mission and responsibility that he had to raise his son to be the representative of the country. Even after his son got married, Emperor Showa seems to have been strict with him. The present Emperor was obedient to his father because he respected his father from the bottom of his heart. He is as respectful as ever to his father.

  • strict 厳しい
  • mission 使命
  • responsibility  責任
  • representative 代表
  • obedient 従順な

Among the successive Emperors, Emperor Showa was the only Emperor that experienced the national crisis of Japan’s coming under the occupation of the enemy for the first time in history and witnessed her miracle postwar restoration. To the present Emperor, who observed his father’s life closely, Emperor Showa was an unsurpassable being.

  • successive 歴代の
  • crisis 危機
  • occupation 占領
  • restoration 復興
  • observe よく見る
  • unsurpassable 超えられない

When the present Emperor succeeded to the throne, he must have agonized over his heavy responsibility. I feel he thought that, lacking in experience, he had no choice but to carry out Shinto rituals seriously and leave everything to God. Hence, his seriousness about Shinto rituals seems to be more than that of Emperor Showa. He seems to be very tired, though.

  • agonize 苦悶する
  • lack 欠く
  • have no choice but to~  〜するしかない
  • ritual 儀式
  • leave A to B AをBに任せる

The Crown Prince is to succeed to the throne. Having observed his father’s behavior, he will be a great Emperor, which is all the will of Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami.

  • the Crown Prince 皇太子
  • will 意思

生かして頂いて ありがとう御座位ます

I Ka Shi Te I Ta Da I Te  A Ri Ga To U Go Za I Ma Su

Thank you so much for keeping me/us alive.

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