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Nov 9, 2013

Illustration of Sumiwataru-yorokobifukakimiya-himemiko-sama (Star Maia of the Pleiades, 11 years of age) & her message


“Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi has drawn an illustration of himemiko-sama of Star Maia of the Pleiades. I have got himemiko-sama’s name and received a message from her. I’d like to introduce it to you.”

Masatoshi Takeshita
October 29, 2013



Sumiwataru-yorokobifukakimiya-himemiko-sama
(Star Maia of the Pleiades, 11 years of age)
<Linga-Sarira>

Illustrated by Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi


<Message to Earthlings>

“Hello, people of Earth!
I cannot help but be amazed and also filled with admiration when I think about your hard work despite the hardships you have endured for a long period of time.
The time has come to see a reform of Earth and efforts of many people are about to become fruit.
Although a little more patience is required, I wish you to keep trying your best as before.

I’d like to secretly support you, keeping an eye on your work.

Please always keep in mind that you are not alone.
We stars are lovingly cheering on you from the universe.
I am convinced that after achievement of the heavenly world reform, peace and security will come to Earth, too.

I always keep an eye on you while staying close by.”

Sumiwataru-yorokobifukakimiya-himemiko

<What she thought about the illustration>

“It resembles me very much.
I think it is drawn well,” she answered.
According to her, she loves white, wears white dresses, has a simple hairdo and puts no accessories.

“Himemiko-sama asked me:
“Can I also enter Mr. Takeshita’s celestial school if I wish?”
I cannot exactly tell what acceptance criteria of celestial school are, on a conscious level. I suppose there might be very difficult technical-level examinations and acceptance criteria on personality and virtue. Considering Earth academic level, I feel the celestial school is much more difficult to enroll in than any other university on Earth.
As for myself, judging from my intelligence level, I feel I can hardly enter such a high-level school. I don’t feel that this is important.”

Masatoshi Takeshita

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