Friday, September 5, 2008

The Grand Shrine of Ise, Gegū part 2

Q.. Is the Innate God different from Kongenshin – the Root God that resides at Gegū?

A.. The Gegū energy connects with the North Star. This is where the seeds of all life on earth derive from. Through my spirit vision, I can see the champagne gold Light Pillar descending from the North Star to the Gegū (the outer womb) and all lives spreading out on earth from this Light Pillar. In the past lives of earth, the North Star was positioned differently from this life cycle, so the Light Pillar was in a different place. In this life time it just so happens to be placed in Ise in Japan. (When you nurture your innate god, it will eventually become one with Kongenshin – the Root God).

Underneath the center of the building of The Grand Shrine of Ise, it is said that a very large piece of wooden pillar is buried vertically. It connects earth and heaven. I sense that this is actually a stone pillar rather than wood. From now on, there will stand many many pillars of Kamibito* who walks around the earth.

Naigū is clean and pure in the morning. But by later afternoon, it is contaminated. Some tourists come in drunk and foreigners spit on the ground. This is very sad and unfortunate for Japan. However the priests of this shrine are excellent. In the morning the divine pureness is back again. This is fascinating.

In my reading, at the Naigū, I can only sense the spirits of the Imperial Family. Many spirit mediums have said that Amaterasu-Ohomikami is a male god. That is because these people are sensing the energy of the Naigū where the male emperors are buried.

But thanks to Naigū which attracts more tourists, Gegū and Izawa-no-miya, remains pure. It is all meant to be through the divine order.

Q.. You have mentioned that the Gegū and the North Star are connected. Is there anywhere else on this planet that is connected to the North Star at present? Where in the past was it connected?

A.. At present I sense….. on this planet only Gegū is connected. In the past…. It seems the place is not on the current map. The places are now under the sea.

At the Gegū, I have registered the North Star and the Big Dipper several times in my brain. Gegū is a place beyond gods. There exists a No Name of the universe. This is a place where you connect to that “One and Only”. Gegū is officially said to worship Toyouke-Ōkami. This was more or less added later, so Naigū is honored more than Gegū, since absolute value had to be placed on the Emperor’s royal family. Ise Shinto was created later to act against this matter, which I deeply honor.

Ikashite-itadaite Arigato-gozaimasu

Thank you for letting us live

*Kamibito – A man who has become united with a higher righteous god during one’s life

Sunday, August 31, 2008

Taka-no-miya of Ise Gegū

Q.. Bulgarian bio-energy healer Vera Kocshevska*, according to the former Soviet Science Academy, ”There is probably no one on this planet who posses more supernatural power than Vera.” When she visited Japan, the crew showed her the map of Japan and asked her where she would want to go. She pointed exactly to Ise Gegū. When she visited the Gegū, she said she had witnessed Jehovah in a little structure near the main building.

A.. I sense that little structure is Taka-no-miya. This small building is on a small hill. When I visited this place, I sensed that in ancient time, some foreigners came to this hill and dug about 5 meter into the ground and buried a coffin. Later a small shrine was build on top of this. It was a very peculiar sensation. If someone actually dug under this shrine and found out who is buried there, the whole ancient history might be turned upside down.

Q.. It is very interesting what you mentioned about Taka-no-miya. When you say, “you sense … “, does it mean you actually see the vision or is it an intuitive knowing? How long ago did these foreigners come here?

A.. In my case, a lot of information comes with in seconds. It’s hard to explain but I just understand what happened in an intuition kind of manner. How long ago? … I sense it is over three thousand years ago.

Q.. Taka-no-miya is an interesting place. I sensed an older man with a beard. I’m wondering who that is?

A.. That is Moses. He buried The Ten Commandment Carved in Stone under the main shrine of Taka-no-miya about three thousand years ago. On the way back, he lost his strength and died around Ishikawa Prefecture of today. Taka-no-miya was built about one thousand years later.

* Vera Kochovska: In 2006, the President of Bulgaria, gave the President's medal of honor to Vera Kochovska, a 61-year-old woman who has been Bulgaria's most famous clairvoyant since sightless prophetess Vanga died in 1996. Vera was acknowledged for her supernatural powers and charity efforts.