Questions and answers (29)-(30)


Question 29:

There has long been a legend of Moses in Noto Peninsula of Japan. Has Moses really rested in peace in the place of Noto?

  • legend 伝説
  • Moses モーゼ
  • rest in peace 安らかに眠る


Regarding Moses, according to my psychic reading, he landed on the Nanao City (七尾市)of Noto Peninsula in the first place with that famous Stone Tablets. It seems that the Stone Tablets were emitting so strong light that they were put in a coffin, but since the light shone through it, the coffin was put on a wheeled platform with cloths around the coffin and carried.

  • regarding A Aに関しては
  • according to A Aによれば
  • land 上陸する
  • in the first place まず第一に
  • the Stone Tablets 十戒石
  • It seems that…  …であるように思われる
  • emit 放つ
  • coffin 棺
  • since S+V SはVするので
  • wheeled platform 台車
  • carry 運ぶ

As to the route of his journey, I feel he travelled from Nanao(七尾) through Kyoto(京都)to Ise(伊勢)broadly speaking. I can see the coffin with the Stone Tablets inside was buried about 5 meters under the ground of the main shrine building of Takanomiya(多賀宮)at Geku(外宮)of Grand Shrine of Ise in the end. I feel the lore of this carried wheeled platform has remained as traditonal festivals of Seihakusai festival(青柏祭)in Nanao City, and Gion festival(祇園祭)in Kyoto.

  • as to A Aに関して
  • route 経路
  • journey 旅
  • broadly speaking 大まかに言って
  • bury 埋める
  • ground 地面
  • main shrine building  本殿
  • in the end 最終的に
  • lore 伝承

Having buried the Stone Tablets under the site of Takanomiya at Geku of Grand Shrine of Ise, Moses tried go back in the direction of the Middle East, but he died of fatigue and old age around Mt.Hodatsusan(宝達山)of Noto Peninsula.

  • site 用地
  • go back 戻る
  • in the direction of A Aの方向に
  • the Middle East 中東
  • die of A Aで死ぬ
  • fatigue 疲れ
  • old age 高齢

Question 30:

We Japanese are not so familiar with Angels, but what are they like, seen from you ? There is a theory saying that aliens who are advanced spiritually are deceiving Earthian. Is there any possibility that aliens try to deceive us pretending to be gods or angels ?

  • be familiar with A Aを良く知っている
  • angel 天使
  • theory 説
  • alien 宇宙人
  • advanced 進んでいる
  • deceive 騙す
  • Earthian 地球人
  • possibility 可能性
  • pretend to be~ 〜であるふりをする


The angel in the West corresponds to Kenzokushin(眷属神)in Japan. They are both spiritual beings acting as agents between gods and humans.

  • correspond to A Aに相当する
  • being 存在
  • agent 代理

Many of the western angels, or Kenzoku, are incarnated as human beings, while they take on forms of a dragon, a snake, a fox in Japan. Differences in characteristics of magnetic fields each land has seem to make forms of energy differ between the West and the East.

  • be incarnated as A Aの姿を取る
  • ,while S+V 一方SはVする
  • take on A Aを帯びる
  • forms 形象
  • difference 違い
  • characteristic 特性
  • magnetic field 磁場
  • differ 異なる
  • the West 西洋
  • the East 東洋

The problem is that with regard to human forms there is sometimes a case where aliens are involved. There exist various aliens, good ones or bad. Aliens too belong to the World of the Dead.

  • The problem is … 問題なのは
  • with regard to A Aに関しては
  • be involved 関与している
  • exist 存在する
  • various 様々な
  • the World of the Dead 幽界

imaginative story I saw today


I was driving to work this morning. It was a fine day. When I felt something was a little bit strange, I saw a kind of belt of light from under the ground illuminating pedestrians up and down like scanning, as if it were examining the people. During the daytime, the light scanned me, too.

  • a little bit 少し
  • strange 奇妙な
  • belt 帯
  • illuminate 照らす
  • pedestrian 歩行者
  • as if  S +V あたかもSがVするかのように
  • daytime  日中

The light came from under the ground, not from the above. It seemed as if it checked up a soul history and a way of thinking of each of the people.  I felt as if it had said “I’ll be back.” And then a vision of the ancient Mt.Hakusan occurred to me.

  • fromt the above 天から
  • a way of thinking 考え方
  • I’ll be back.  また来るよ。
  • ancient 古代の
  • occur to A Aの頭の中に思い浮かぶ

I saw in my vision that there used to be a ceremony site functioning as the spiritual center of Japan, where Amenominakanonusihinokami(天之御中主神), the supreme deity in the World of Gods, was worshiped. I think it was about more than 20000 years ago. Two stone pillars were located in the front and one in the back. Both ends of a rope weaved with barks were tied to the two stone pillars, and the most important pillar was located in the back. Seeing in the direction of the Sea of Japan from the place, Noto Peninsula looked much bigger than the present time, and I felt it to be very close to Mainland China and Korea.

  • there used to be A 以前はAがあった
  • ceremony site 祭場
  • function 機能する
  • supreme  最高の
  • deity 神
  • worship 崇拝する
  • pillar 柱
  • be located 置かれている
  • weave 織る
  • bark 木の皮
  • be tied to A Aに結びつけられている
  • direction 方向
  • peninsula 半島
  • the present time 現在
  • feel A to be~ Aは〜であると感じる

An incarnate spirit who was the priest of the ceremony site and inhabitants of the Hakusan dynasty, getting wise to an assault of a different race beforehand, escaped to Shambala,a visionary underground megalopolis, through a different-dimension tunnel under Mt. Hakusan.

  • incarnate spirit 霊人
  • priest 神官
  • inhabitant  住民
  • dynasty 王朝
  • get wise to A  Aを察する
  • assault 急襲
  • different race 異民族
  • beforehand 事前に
  • escape 逃れる
  • visionary 幻の
  • underground megalopolis 地下都市
  • different-dimension 異次元の

Because of an earthquake which occurred in the 19 year of the Heisei era,  Japanese archipelago itself being a physical body of God,  blood has begun to flow between Ise and Hakusan, the place of which is a vital artery of Japan. When the blood begins to spread all over Japan gradually, Kokuso Kunitokotachi Ohkami(国祖国常立神), the Earth God, will wake up and begin to move.

  • because of A Aのために
  • occur 起こる
  • the Japanese archipelago 日本列島
  • physical body 身体
  • blood  血液
  • vital artery 大動脈
  • all over A A中に
  • gradually 徐々に
  • wake up 目覚める

Presumably, the inhabitants of Shambala are looking for people who deserve to ride on the back of the dragon body of Kokuso Kunitokotachi Ohkami. I felt they were looking for those who can realize the importance of the things that are taken for granted, and be grateful for that.

  • presumably どうも…らしい
  • look for A Aを探す
  • deserve 値する
  • realize 気がつく
  • importance 大切さ
  • take A for granted Aを当たり前と思う
  • grateful 感謝している



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