Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Solar Eclipse in Iwo Jima

blog wrote: July 25th

The Japanese national TV channel NHK showed live news of the solar eclipse from Iwo Island. The island now famous from the movie “The Letters from Iwo Jima” (directed by Clint Eastwood).

The gradual change of the color of the sky and the air was spooky. The reporter sounded like he was experiencing something more than he expected. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ov_ToT19eAQ)

I was able to see what was going on through my psychic vision. A lot of ghosts were surrounding the reporter. There were so many ghosts overlapping creating a thick layer of spirit bodies. The air must felt so heavy. No wonder he felt some unusualness.

At the same time, I heard a lot of screams from the ghosts. The sound from the microphone was affected by the magnetic energy of the spirit entities and was laced with strange noises. This experience will for sure change this reporter’s life. He has touched and acknowledged the unseen world.

As the eclipse pass by, I witnessed the group of ghosts elevating up into the heavens. As a spirit, Emperor Showa has been trying to help them elevate for decades. It has been his deepest wish to relief the victims (the suffering souls) of this war. And now the time had come. The hands from the heavens conducted the relief.

As the eclipse pass by, the air of my room became even finer.

Emperor Showa now rests at The World of God looking over his grandchildren.

Grandchildren seem to be a special existence for most people.

A three generation is a cycle. Starting from you, you see the compilation of your work in your grandchild. When the ending is a good one, all the hardships are rewarded. When you look at yourself as a grandchild, if you are living your life fully that will lead your ancestors happy and continue to elevate in the spirit world.

Even if you are poor or sick, as long as your heart stays in a good place and live without any shame, your heart will keep you alive. You will experience and understand this soon.

Ikashite-itadaite Arigato-gozaimasu

Thank you for letting us live

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