I made a comment on an article dated February 6 to the effect that a critical situation faced by U.S. and China has been avoided. The two articles below show it clearly. President Trump had a telephone conversation with Xi Jinping immediately before he met with Abe-pyon. According to the two articles, the U.S. emphasized its support for the “One China” policy. According to the first article, the phone conversation was very cordial and the two leaders “agreed to make efforts to improve bilateral relations.” This indicates that a war between the U.S. and China will not happen.
You might wonder why I know such a thing. I’d let you in on the secret. It is unexpectedly easy. After I examined U.S. Secretary Defense Mattis’ will to fight with China before his visit to Japan, I found that his physical body vibrated on the Muladhara, which means that he had no will to fight. However, after examining his plasma body and etheric double, both of them vibrated on the Anahata chakra, which means that he was so eager to fight. I found it very dangerous because it indicates that the U.S. would not hesitate to go to war if necessary. I got exactly the same results with National Security Advisor to President Michael Flynn. In a word, it was highly likely that the U.S. would have taken a high-handed attitude in a negotiation with China and would have unhesitatingly engaged in warfare, depending on the result.
However, immediately after Flynn’s visit to Japan, the vibrations of the two significantly decrease. The vibrations of all the three bodies significantly decreased to the Muladhara chakra. There must be a reason for it. Only mail magazine of Mr. Eiken Itagaki gave the reason. According to him, Emperor directly gave Mattis a check equivalent to half of the debt U.S. owed to China. Considering his change in vibrations, I assured that the information from Mr. Eiken Itagaki is right.
Any person who has sensitivity to chakras can confirm what I said above. Try it.
February 11, 2017
Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.
English translation of a reprint of the Japanese version of Sputnik – February 10, 2017 –
Detailed content of first telephone conference between President Trump and Xi Jinping revealed
According to the White House, President Trump had a phone conversion with General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Chinese leader Xi Jinping and agreed to respect the “One China” policy, which sticks to the concept of Taiwan as an integral part of Chinese territory.
Mr. Trump said: “I fully understand that it is important for the U.S. government to promote the ‘One China’ policy.” He conveyed the intention to maintain the policy. It seems that “long telephone conversation” was “very cordial.”
The conversation was held at night on 9 EST. There was no prior notification to the media by the White House.
According to the announcement by U.S. President Office, the two leaders invited to visit each country. It emphasizes: “Mr. Trump and Mr. Xi Jinping expect future negotiations to become successful.
English translation of a reprint from the Japanese version of ParsToday – February 10, 2017 –
U.S. President supports ‘One-China’ policy
U.S. President Trump emphasized the support for the ‘One China’ policy.
According to Reuter, the U.S. President Office announced: “On 10 President Trump had a phone conversation with General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Xi Jinping, expressed his respect for the long-term One China policy and agreed to make efforts to improve bilateral relations.”
“On the phone conversation, Mr. Xi Jinping called on Mr. Trump to respect the One China policy and the President agreed with it.”
The leaders of the U.S. and China had a conference for the first time since the birth of the Trump administration on January 20.
The U.S. has accepted the ‘One China” policy since 1979 and approved China’s claim to Taiwan, but has kept informal relations with Taiwan.
China has strongly protested against the phone conversation President Trump and Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen held.
China always regards Taiwan as a part of Chinese territory.