The time has come. Walk-ins will break out on a global scale from now on.
I feel the time has come. This is not the phenomenon of possession by an evil spirit. It is the occurrence of walk-in which was described in the information from Archangel Adrigon I introduced before. Similar incidents will occur among a huge number of people on a global scale. In the case of some who still have souls, they will consciously leave the physical body for several months or several years, while others without souls will have their physical body occupied by deities or aliens and disappear from the earth, though it externally appears to be almost unrecognizable.
Specifically, a familiar example is Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Seeing the photospicked up by Shanti Phula’s editor today, you might not see that what I say is downright delusion. I have stated that the central figures involved with the issue of collective self-defense rights have already been executed. That’s what I meant.
July 1, 2014
English translation of a Japanese article: LeaveBehind Gun And Badge – June 30, 2014 –
Possessed by Ghost? Twenty-seven Female Students Going Mountain-Climbing Collapse One After Another and Classes Called Off
It has been reported that due to unspecified cause, 27 female students at a high school in Fukuoka Prefecture, who climbed a mountain as part of their studies, collapsed, which caused the school to close. A dam near this mountain is reportedly known as a place rumored to be haunted by the evil spirit of a headless woman.
English translation of a Japanese article: J-Cast News – June 30, 2014 –
Succession of Collapse of Students Possessed by Evil Spirit Causes School to Close?! Horror Novel-Like Story Really Happens?
“Students possessed by an evil spirit have collapsed one after another. As a result, the school has closed!”
This tweet have been flying over the Internet on June 30, 2014.
Reportedly, students who went mountain-climbing as part of their studies ““have taken out an evil” spirit and began to go on a rampage – that may or may not be true.
“One-Year Students who went to Mt. Hiko have taken out an evil spirit”?
The uproar started from a tweet posted at 12:26 on June 30.
“In our school, more than 15 female students, who supposedly took out an evil spirit the other day, collapsed one after another when they returned. The girls are saying things like “Kill me!” and “I want to die!” It’s really scary. We are on standby in the classroom.”
The same user posted another tweet at 13:12.
“In the end, our school temporarily been closed. The number who collapsed students has increased from five to 15 or 20, eventually 27. Freaky!”
This post revealed the fact that “many students collapsed, and as a result, the school was temporarily closed.”
Furthermore, this user gave an answer as follows to a question from a different user: “Every year the first-year students in our school go climbing Mt. Hiko on school excursion. This year the first-year students seem to have taken out an evil spirit. This rumor is spreading at school today.” (So in original).
Mt. Hiko, which is a mountain covering Soida Town, Tashiro County, Fukuoka Prefecture and Yamakuni Town, Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture, is notorious as a “haunted place.” It appears that rumor has it that the first-years have been possessed by an evil spirit while climbing Mt. Hiko.”
There was a writing “About 20 female students at Yanagawa High School were possessed and then went on a rampage. Really terrifying! Since the whole school went into a state of panic, the school was closed,” which was presumably posted to free call application “LINE. On Twitter, the screenshot of the writing has gone into circulation. It has turned out that this school is “Yanagawa High School” in Yanagawa City, Fukuoka Prefecture.
There is another tweet posted by a user, presumably a current student there, “Yanagawa High School is dangerous. I feel everything is kind of scary” or “Psychic phenomenon! School has suddenly been closed and we have too much free time. (Laughter)”
School making a boast of its powerful tennis team where Shuzo Matsuoka used to be enrolled
With these Tweets scattered, a lot of writings such as “Isn’t it freaky?” or “Scary” or “Are they all right?” were posted. This incident has caused a sensation that “Yanagawa High School” was ranked as Japan’s trend on Twitter until 8 p.m. on June 30.
To confirm what was really happening, we called to Yanagawa High School. Regrettably, however, we count not hear the details from the school for the reason that the line was busy or a person in charge was busy responding to other calls.
Incidentally, Yanagawa High School is well-known as sport superpower and has participated in national tennis or baseball tournaments many times. Shuzo Matsuoka, a professional tennis player, used to be enrolled there (though he dropped out of the school to study in the U.S.)