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Japanese Psychic's Prediction of Amazing Future Technologies

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Onisaburo Deguchi (1871-1948) was a great psychic of Japan in the early 1900s.

Deguchi Onisaburo (1871-1948) made a lot of predictions of the future and has been great influence on the Japanese spiritual culture.

Onisaburo was a spiritual leader of religious movement in Japan in the early 1900s.

 

He had a great ability to foretell the future.

 

He left a voluminous amount of prophetic writings and enormous number of predictions.

 

Amazingly, most of his predictions came true.

 

Therefore, some of his followers say,

Onisaburo's prediction has an accuracy of more than 95%

Onisaburo showed a great talent in reading the future.

 

He was a marvelous prophet and thus he has received a great response in Japan in the early 1900s.

 

Even today, his predictions are coming true, such as Apple Watch.

100 Years Ago, the Release of Apple Watch Was Predicted by a Japanese Psychic

Therefore, he has great influence on Japanese spiritual culture even now.

 

Especially, Onisaburo demonstrated his phenomenal ability in foreseeing future technologies.

 

Here, I will introduce some of his amazing predictions of amazing future technologies.

100 Years Ago, a Japanese Psychic Predicted Amazing Future Technologies

Strange Flying Machines with Pinwheels or Impellers

About 100 years ago, Onisaburo left a strange prediction.

 

He foretold in 1922 as follows.

Flying machines using devices like pinwheels or impellers will be developed in the future.

Those machines are not conventional aircrafts.

People will freely fly in the sky riding those machines.

At that time, nobody could not understand what the above prediction meant.

 

No one believed that a device with pinwheels could fly in the sky.

 

Some of them said that they were not realistic and laughed at Onisaburo.

 

In 1922, most aircrafts flied with reciprocating (piston) engines and thus no one could imagine rotorcrafts with multirotors.

 

However, today, we can now see those flying machines anywhere in the world.

Multicoptor

Furthermore, in a series of German prototype electric multicopters with 16 rotors, Volocopter VC1 achieved manned flight by electric multicopter for the first time in the world.

Volocopter VC1, the first manned electric multirotor

Source Johnescalade - Own work

In this way, Onisaburo's prediction came true.

Future Trains Levitating in the Air

Onisaburo made a prediction about future trains as follows.

Bullet trains will levitate above the ground.

They will travel at 700 kilometers (about 435 miles) per hour.

He also wrote in his writings The Stories of the Spirit World, Volume 14, Chapter 8 published in 1922 as follows.

Trains will travel in the air at 500 miles per hour.

In 1922 when Onisaburo left the above prediction, "flying trains" were beyond the reach of imagination of people in those days.

 

However, Onisaburo's "flying trains" have already been realized in 1970s.

 

In 1979, German developed high-speed monorail train "Transrapid" using magnetic levitation.

Transrapid 09 at the Emsland test facility in Germany.

The maglev vehicles do not roll on wheels, but they hover above the track guideway, using magnetic force.

 

Thus, Transrapid maglev vehicle floats above the guideway surface.

 

Actually, the current application-ready version, Transrapid 09, is designed for a cruising speed of 500 km/h (311 miles/h).

 

Therefore, Transrapid has not reached the speed of the future trains predicted by Onisaburo yet.

 

However, it's just a matter of time that Onisaburo's flying trains traveling at 500 mph will be realized in the near future.

Finger Gesture Detection Device

Onisaburo also predicted an amazing future device that has not been realized yet.

 

He wrote in The Stories of the Spirit World, Volume 15, Chapter 21 published in 1922 as follows.

We will no longer need writing brushes, pencils and fountain pens.

By writing 75 letters in the air with your fingers, a mail carrier will deliver them to your home.

This means of communication will be developed in the early 21th century.

After he left the above prediction, many people have puzzled over the interpretation of the above prediction for a long time.

 

However, the "Finger gesture detection device" in the above prediction may be realized in the near future.

 

Actually, a patent application US 20160041617 A1 by Google titled ‘Radar-Based Gesture Recognition’ discloses an amazing future technology.

 

According to the patent application, the disclosed device can recognize human gestures made in three dimensions, such as in-the-air gestures as shown in the below.

US Application 2016004167 A1 'Radar-Based Gesture Recognition' by Google

In this way, even today, many of the Onisaburo's predictions are being fulfilled with great accuracy.

 

Other than above, Onisaburo left huge number of predictions of future technologies about 100 years ago.

 

Actually, he wrote many predictions in his writings The Stories of the Spirit World which consists of 81 volumes (83 books).

 

Onisaburo's predictions are being realized even in this moment.

 

April 8, 2018 Published

February 11, 2019 Updated

Written by OTAKUPAPA

References

  1. Kyotaro Deguchi (August 30, 2001). "A giant, Onisaburo Deguchi."
  2. Kazuaki Deguchi (September 25, 1978). "Prophecies and affirmations of Nao & Onisaburo Deguchi."
  3. Sugen Takeda (September 3, 2013). "Warning from the spirit world by Onisaburo Deguchi."
  4. Onisaburo Deguchi (December 26, 2002). "Izunome Shinyu."
  5. Onisaburo Deguchi (1921-1933) "The story of the spirit world", Volumes 1 to 81.
  6. Shinichi Nakaya (August 5, 1993) "The truth of the drastic reform of the universe by Onisaburo Deguchi."
  7. Hiroaki Izuka (2007-2018) "Reikai Monogatari Net."

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