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Jun 6, 2018

Ryujinsogusha is a very important shrine where Shirahime Ryuoujin Oogamisama is enshrined. /Negoroji is Koyasan “Okunoin” (inner sanctuary) and constitutes the core of “Ura Koya.”

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Ryujinsogusha is a very important shrine where Shirahime Ryuoujin Oogamisama is enshrined. /Negoroji is Koyasan “Okunoin” (inner sanctuary) and constitutes the core of “Ura Koya.”
I have kept it a secret for a long time that this Ryujinsogusha is a very important shrine. This shrine is famous as housing for Takanohana sumo stable in Osaka Tournament. Shirohime Ryuoujin Ookamisama, enshrined deity of this shrine, is a goddess who has provided tremendous support for the Reformation of Heavenly World which started in 2007, from the earlier period on. There is a word of “Tenjou Oogamisama” in an explanation for Ryujinsogusha. It refers to 51 deities described in Futomani-zu.

It would appear that Ryujinsogusha enshrined the Sirius System Heavenly Deity 5th Level 32 deities (Misofu Deities) at first. However, Shirahime Ryuoujin Oogamisama is deity “u” of three supreme deities a/u/wa of the Sirius System Heavenly Deity 5th Level.

The Committee of 300 used to be the core organization of the Illuminati. However, the committee split up and has been reorganized into the Goldman Family’s Group (the Committee of 200) aimed at global peace. Such big change is partly due to efforts of the goddess. Therefore, Ryujinsogusha has become an important shrine for the Goldman Family’s Group.

The third and fourth articles are descriptions about Negoroji, Koyasan “Okunoin”. We can fully understand that priests of esoteric Buddhism have “remote viewing” and also that such ability makes priests have connection to those with power.

I figured out long time ago that Negoroji constitutes the core of “Ura Koya.” The third article provides a proof that I was right. Reading the description by Wikipedia, the origin of the temple shows it is right.

I think that Ura Koya has protected Emperor and it would appear to me that they have recently obeied the Goldman Family’s Group.

It is said on the Internet that the Unification Church is controlled by CIA. However, since CIA has being dismantled, I think that the Unification Church is controlled by Ura Koya. It has recently been rumored that the Unification Church and the Nippon Kaigi controlled by the Church have switched sides. I think that it is influenced by Ura Koya.

May 23, 2018
Masatoshi Takeshita

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English translation of the Japanese version of Wikipedia



Founded in 1963
Founded by Genjiro Tsujimoto
Headquartered at 2-332 aza Hirookadani, Gokashou, Uji-shi, Kyoto Pref.
Representative: Kimitoshi Tsujimoto

Ryujinsogusha is a religious organization headquartered at Uji-shi, Kyoto Prefecture. The organization was founded by Genjiro Tsujimoto in 1974.
Official name is religious corporation Koujinkai Ryujinsogusha.


It is headquartered in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture. It has branches in Tokyo, Chiba and Niigata. The organization sets a goal of creating a harmony with nature and fostering a rich humanity.

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English translation of excerpt from Ryujinsogusha

About Ryujinsogusha


Leading deities from many divine beings get together in this shrine to manage the realm of heaven, defend the realms of Buddhahood and Bodhisattva, and protect the realm of humans. Deities who get together in the shrine are especially called “Tenjo Oogamisama.” At the top of Tenjo Oogamisama is Tenshu Tentei-sama.


Enshrined deity
Shirahime Ryuoujin Oogamisama
The goddess is Tenjo Oogamisama and the eldest daughter of Tenshu Tentei-sama.

Divine power
The goddess has immeasurable power to provide the peace and security of the marine country, safe voyage, welfare of the household, and recovery from illness, especially with regard to gynecological disease. The goddess is also called a deity of safe delivery. She is also a deity of learning and displays her power in progress in learning.

English translation of a Japanese article: Analysis and Prediction of International Situation – May 24, 2015 –

Mr. Takeo Harada claims: What is “true Japan” we should know now?


Koyasan is the temple established by Kukai, the founder of the Shingonshu. According to the English blog by Mr. Takeo Harada, the Negoroji, Shingonshu situated between Koyasan and Iwade City, Wakayama Prefecture, is equivalent to “true Okunoin” of Koyasan. Many high priests including other denominations including Tendaishu get together in the shrine to have discussions. Surprisingly, Shingonshu priests have “remote viewing” as a result of religious training and can predict what happened to people in remote areas and even what will happen to them in the future. According to Mr. Harada, this is exactly the reason why Shingonshu has maintained close relations with all leaders across the country. Kansai International Airport was built near the Negoroji to provide much convenience to priests who visit there from all over Japan. As a result, it is not easy access to reach the airport from Osaka City. They say that the highest priest of Negoroji, Sekine Shinkyo Daisoujou, does not live in Wakayama Prefecture but he actually lives in Tokyo.

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English translation of the Japanese version of Wikipedia


Daito (Great Tower) designated as a national treasure

Negoroji is the head temple of a Buddhist sect, Shingi Shingonshu, located in Iwade City, Wakayama Prefecture. The honorable title is Ichijozan, whose unabbreviated title is Ichijouzan Daihouin Negoroji. The principal object of worship is Dainichinyorai (Virocana Buddha). The founder is Kakuban (Kogyuo-Daishi).

Kakuban, who lived later in the Heian period and was said to be the greatest priest in Koyasan since Kukai, built a chapel in 1130 and called it Denhouin.

Retired Emperor Toba became a believer in Kakuban and provided generous support to the shrine by donating manors to it. Two years later, in 1132, Kakuban got permission from retired emperor Toba and built Daidenhouin and Mitsugonin in Koyasan. Two years later, in 1134, Kakuban assumed the post of the highest priest of Kongobuji Temple and got strong power to control the whole Koyasan. Although Kakuban tried to rebuild faith in Koyasan, which had deteriorated, and resurrect the teachings of founder Kukai, priests in Koyasan objected him and a group of Kakuban and the opposition group came into conflict. In 1140, the temples of Kakuban group, including Kakuban’s living place Mitugenin, were burned down by the opposition group inside Koyasan. A group of Kakuban descended from Koyasan and moved their bases to Bufukuji in Hikita manor, one of Daidenhouin manors. They built Enmeiji anew and made it Denpoue training monastery. Inge branch temples were built mainly by Bufukuji and Enmeiji, which formed collectively called Negoroji. Three years later, in 1143, Kakuban passed away in Enmeiji. Then one century later, in 1288, Raiyu, head of Daidenhouin, transferred the temple register to Negoro. Around this time, the base of Daidenhouin was moved from Koyasan to Negoro (present location).

Negoroji enjoyed prosperity at the end of the Muromachi period, which formed a big religion city with 450 housings for priests (according to one theory, 2,700 housings), acquired territory equivalent to 72mangoku and had a big military group consisting of more than 10,000 armed priests called Negoroshu. Negoroji priests took home Matchlock guns, which had just come from Tanegashima, and priests formed a gun unit.

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