Friday, October 3, 2008

Mother God of Earth

In each country, a Jiboshin (地母神), mother god of earth, resides. These mother gods of earth are one family line and they are globally networking. They usually reside on great chain of mountains around the world where the snow falls.
The leader Jiboshin of this network resides in Japan. It is the God Hakusan. This deity is at the eleventh dimension and it posses both mother and father quality. Amaterasu-Ohomikami is at the tenth dimension and her main focus is to protect and mother the land of Japan. But God Hakusan is more of a global god and in a way, it doesn’t show any special affection to the Japanese people. When I look at Mt.Haku from a distance, I can see the Kailas Range of Tibet and the Rocky Mountains of North America overlapping. In Mt.Haku, I sense a spiritual energy that runs globally beyond the realm of Japan. The local people call this mountain “Shira-yama.” This tells me that ancient people from other continents had come to admire this mountain. The sound of “shira” has a vibration of the Chinese tribes. What I am trying to say is that this mountain has attracted people from all over the world from the ancient times.

Ikashite-Itadaite Arigato-gozaimasu

Thank you for letting us live

No comments: