Today, I told *Onigiri about this article to be posted. Although I, of course, can’t hear a reply from him, I clearly feel that he received my message properly. When a lover of flowers speaks to a flower, she/he can find it swinging slightly with joy. Stones have the same sensation as flowers.
As Earth’s vibration increases, the day might come when humanity will be able to achieve such a special ability that Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi has.
Please see the article about the Raynolds for nicknames Uncle and Auntie.
Incidentally, Onigiri usually stays at home. I do computer work at home. He has assisted me in the form of reducing electromagnetic wave. However, since he was picked up in a staff diary he has moved up the ladder and been enshrined in a place near our household altar.
(Note) *Onigiri is a riceball.
October 18, 2015
Heavenly Message by Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi 16
<Communicator: Seiko Nakanishi>
<Communication date:October 14, 2015>
While reading a “Staff Diary No. 112: What Parta thinks about”, I have discovered a round “Onigiri”!
After reading the article posted by Yasuko (Mrs. Takeshita), I was too moved to cool down. I felt very close to Onigiri at the very thought that he is a friend of Kankuraishi, and I couldn’t keep my eyes off his photo.
Immediately after I called to him despite myself: “Onigir, Onigiri living in Mr. Takeshita’s garden,” he gave a reply. I’d like to introduce a conversation with him as follows.
(O: Onigiri, N: Mrs. Nakanishi)
“O: Who called to me?
N: I’m sorry to call to you suddenly. (I gave a panicky self-introduction.)
O: I was so surprised.
Are you a human being?
I was so surprised because anyone other than Uncle and Auntie in my house has never called to me.
N: I’m so sorry to surprise you.
Your peer “Kankuraishi” was my friend.
Additionally, you were so cute that I just wanted to call to you.
O: I’m happy, too.
I enjoy singing Mantra of Love in chorus together with many peers.
I am enchanted by the mantra which I chant by myself. I find myself lost in chanting it until night-time. I chant Mantra of Love for stars and the moon.
N: Oh, I want to listen to you chant.
I’d like to take this opportunity to let you know wonderful nicknames for Uncle and Auntie in your house. Do you want to know them?
O* I do want to know. Tell me!
N: Uncle is “Hekota.”
Auntie is “Parta.”
Memorize their names. Call to them by these names next time, and they will be so happy.
O: I’m going to call to them by these names next time that I meet them.
I’m happy to know their names.
N: Onigiri, I had a good time.
I am so happy that I talked with you. Thank you. See you.
O: (I don’t know why, but he stayed silent.)”
The above is a conversation I had with Onigiri.