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Feb 11, 2014

Reformation of Heavenly World 3 – Ascension of Izanagino-mikoto-sama (1) Mt. Fuji’s Vibrational Change


Reformation of Heavenly World 3 
– Ascension of Izanagino-mikoto-sama (1) Mt. Fuji’s Vibrational Change -
written by Masatoshi Takeshita

It appears to be a traditional practice in the heavenly world that a new world is not opened up until one deity is beaten and sacrifices his life before the start of the reign of a newly-elected Heavenly Emperor. It was Izanagino-mikoto-sama* that sacrificed his life at that time.

Masatoshi Takeshita
August 28, 2013

*Translator’s Note) Izanagino-mikoto-sama: one of major deities in Japanese mythology and Shintoism
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Reformation of Heavenly World 3

May 13, 2007
Ascension of Izanagino-mikoto-sama



(Editor's Note: Original correspondences written by a psychic is not publishable for some reason. These are reproduced images.)

May 9, 2007 at 17:45
Omoikaneno-mikoto
“When this world makes a big change, there is a deity who is beaten. This will happen in a few days.”





May 10, 2007 at 09:20
Tomisuguru-oomikami
“When light reaches, a big, big soul will be destroyed at the last moment.”


There are three more correspondences. All of them are similar in contents. There is nothing specific to be written. I receive these correspondences and decode them to know what will happen and what date it is. I direct a person in charge to carry out a Shinto ritual according to my direction. Reading the above correspondence, I realized that there would be a very important ritual, with which Izanigino-mikoto-sama would be reborn in a higher plane after death at 7 a.m. on May 13. I know such thing by my intuition. In this case, I got to know that specifically, the vibration of Mt. Fuji, the *goshintai of Izanagino-mikoto-sama, would change on May 13 at 7 a.m. and subsequently his spirit body would move to a higher System. After examining this, I told persons concerned that what was written in the above correspondences was true. Thinking about keeping records of this important ritual, I let Yoshia-kun, a photographer, know the date and place and asked him to keep records of changes in Mt. Fuji around 7 a.m. He willingly consented to my request. In the next post, I’ll explain about it in detail. I’d like to introduce three of a large quantity of photos taken at that time.







The upper photo is Mt. Fuji before a ritual started.
The middle photo is a scene of Uetsu-oomikami-sama’s divine light being emitted at the start of the ritual.
The lower photo is Mt. Fuji which was no longer a goshintai* and returned to be a mere mountain as the result of death of Izanagino-mikoto-sama. Compared with the middle photo, you can see a clear difference in vibration. We rarely see such a big change in vibration for a very short period of time.
Lastly, I got the following correspondence at 7:30 a.m. after the ritual was carried out.


May 13, 2007 at 7:30 a.m.
Ookimi Utsushimisuzukumi
Our cherished desire has been attained.
Thank you.
Subarutaijin
Hitsukunomiyaumaru


Utsushimisuzukumi-sama, the sender of this correspondence, is a goddess who descended from the Pleiades and owns this Earth as her goshintai, just like Izanagino-mikoto-sama who owned Mt. Fuji as his goshintai. Like two of them, Hitsukunomiyaumaru-sama is a goddess who descended from the Pleiades and owns the sun as her goshintai. Subarutaijin-sama is the Heavenly Emperor of the 2nd System above our Sirius System, that is, the Pleiades System.

As described in the correspondence, the Shinto ritual was successfully carried out.

(Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi describes many illustrations of planet goddesses, which are categorized as a series of planets. Among them are the Linga Sarira of Takakihikarino-himemiko-sama (Tamako-sama), the sun, and that of Tachibanano-himemiko-sama (Saotome-sama), the earth. These two goddesses own the sun or the earth as her physical body and are ranked much higher than the deities of the Pleiades. These beings and their names have been completely unknown even to Hotsuma deities.)

To be continued

*Translator’s Note) Goshintai : the object of worship and believed to contain the spirit of a deity

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