Hitsuki Shinji, the Final Revelation of God
On April 18, 1944, a group Shushi Kyoyokukai (Historiographical Cooperation Association) performed a spiritual experiment in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan.
They studied ancient history of Japan.
In the experiment, a method of planchette writing called as Fuji was used.
Fuji is a Chinese method using a tray to guide a stylus that writes characters in sand as shown below.
In this experiment, a tray covered with sand four inches thick was placed on the table.
Then, two media called jishou hold a stylus in the shape of "Y" or “T” over the tray.
The stylus consists of a branch and a pencil attached to the bottom of the branch.
During the session, the media who possessed by God move the stylus to write characters in sand.
Tenmei Okamoto, a deputy of a Shinto priest of Hachiman shrine (also known as Hatomori Hachimangu) acted as a spiritual judge and a master.
Tenmei Okamoto wearing a garment of a Shinto priest
A spiritual judge assesses a god or spirit that possessed the media to judge the authenticity of the god or spirit.
Thus, a spiritual judge needs extensive spiritual experience and a broad knowledge of spiritual world and good judgement.
Tenmei was well qualified for a spiritual judge, because he had plenty of experience seeing ghosts and hearing their voices from his childhood.
Also, the participants in the experiment include ZekuTakai, the president of Taiyo Kogyo corporation and Kiichi Ogawa, a major general in the Imperial Japanese Army.
Most of them are intellectuals and thus they did not believe in the psychic phenomena and spirit possession and so on.
So, Tenmei proposed to them that some of the participants act as media in the experiment because he wanted the experiment to be unquestionable.
In the first experiment, the president Takai and a woman acted as media and thus they held the stylus.
A few minutes later, the stylus slowly moved and drew a line in the sand.
At first, a Chinese letter that means “Heaven” was written.
Then, a letter “Hi” was written in hiragana (a Japanese syllabary).
And hiragana letters “Tsu” and “Ku” were followed.
Is that the name of a god?
Tenmei asked the god that possessed media but there came no reply.
Secondly, the major general Ogawa and another member acted as media and they retried the experiment.
As a result, the letters “Hitsukunokami” meaning “God of the Sun and the Moon” were written in sand.
Subsequently, some couples of the members retried experiments.
However, in any experiment, they received the same answer from the god, that is, the letters “Hitsukinokami” or “Ameno Hitsukinokami” meaning “Heavenly God of the Sun and the Moon” were written.
There was no answer to their questions, but every participant was fascinated by these mysterious results.
No one there knew about the god named “Ameno Hitsukunokami”.
They searched every dictionary of god names at hand but the name “Ameno Hitsukunokami” was not in any dictionary.
After all, they finished the experiment leaving the question unsolved that day.
However, a few days after the experiment, Tenmei was surprised to hear from one of the participants that he found the shrine called as "Ameno Hitsuku Shrine" in an encyclopedia published by Heibonsha, Ltd.
According to the encyclopedia, Makata Shrine was located in Daikata, Kozu village, Inba district (current Narita city), Chiba Prefecture and Ameno Hitsuku Shrine was the undershrine of Makata Shrine.
The Beginning of the Automatic Writing
Two months after the experiment, on June 10, Tenmei was invited by his acquaintance to visit his house.
Tenmei asked his address to get directions to his house.
By a curious coincidence, his acquaintance lived in Kozu village where Ameno Hitsuku Shrine was located.
This must be an invitation from God.
Tenmei followed his intuition and he visited Makata Shrine without hesitation.
The Makata Shrine
Then, Tenmei went to Ameno Hitsuku Shrine which is an undershrine located in the grounds of Makata Shrine.
Tenmei always carried Xuan papers for painting and portable writing sets because he was also a Japanese-style painter.
After praying, Tenmei took a little rest in a shrine office.
Suddenly, the blood vessels of his right hand bulged out and Tenmei suffered great pain.
Then, he found himself putting his pen to the paper with pain.
Curiously, his right hand began to move spontaneously and Tenmei wrote characters on the papers against his will.
That was the beginning of the revelation of the god Ameno Hitsukunokami.
From that day, Tenmei’s automatic writing took place intermittently and it continued for seventeen years by 1961.
The revelation was called as Hitsuki Shinji meaning “the Sun and the Moon Revelation” that came from the name of the god Ameno Hitsukunokami.
Breaking a Secret Code of God
The words of Hitsuku Shinji are written in Chinese numerals, Japanese cursive syllabary (hiragana) and symbols as seen below.
The original text of Hitsuki Shinji
The opening words in Hitsuki Shinji, Volume 1, “Uetsumaki” are as follows.
Here, when Chinese numerals are replaced with Arabic numerals and hiragana characters are romanized and a circle having a central point is replaced with @ , then the above words are written as follows.
As you can see, they include a lot of numbers and symbols and thus it seems to be written in ciphers.
Actually, even Tenmei himself could not understand what it said.
Thus, Tenmei asked his fellow Shintoists to help him to break code of Hitsuki Shinji.
Responding to his call, a team for deciphering coded messages of God was formed.
That was a complicated work but they advanced the task of deciphering Hitsuki Shinji step by step.
Examples of Deciphering of God's Code
Here, I will give some examples of deciphering the code of HItsuki Shinji.
In the above opening words, the number string “22” can be translated as “Mt. Fuji” and the number "8" can be translated as "is".
228 → Mt. Fuji is
Then, the string “8Re10” can be translated as “clear”.
8Re10 → clear
Thus, "2288Re10" can be translated as follows.
2288Re10 →The sky is clear on Mt. Fuji
Furthermore, the string “Ma910” can be translated as “truth”.
Ma910 → truth
The symbol “@” can be translated as “god”.
@ → god
In this way, the above opening words can be translated as follows.
The sky is clear and cloudless on Mt. Fuji.
It has become a world where the true power of God in the heaven appears.
The Final Revelation of God That Created the Universe
The result of the deciphering was astonishing.
It was divine revelation from God who created the universe.
Actually, Ameno Hitsukunokami declared that Hitsuki Shinji is the final revelation of God that follows the divine revelations of every region around the world including Christanity, Islam, Buddhism and Taoism.
It may seem strange to you that the revelation received in Japan has something to do with every region around the world.
However, it is no wonder that the final revelation of God was provided in Japan, because in Shinto philosophy, it is considered that every region has the same origin and Japan is the only country where the Eastern culture and the Western culture can coexist.
Even more surprisingly, Hitsuki Shinji covers a wide range of topics from the future prediction, the structure of the spirit world, the new economic system to replace current capitalism, new political form and the new principles of philosophy and science and so on.
Especially, it is full of innovative ideas which can overcome the deadlock of the current system and modern science.
Furthermore, it is said that the predictions of Hitsuki Shinji have been fulfilled with 100% accuracy.
Therefore, Hitsuki Shinji is a unique and absolutely amazing revelation.
Hitsuki Shinji has been well known in Japan but it is still not widely known outside Japan.
However, the wisdom and the philosophy revealed in Hitsuki Shinji has potential of causing radical changes in everything in the world.
So, I will try to give an explanation of interesting ideas and philosophy of Hitsuki Shinji as easily understood as possible from the next article.
September 8, 2018
- Tenmei Okamoto (July 25, 2001). “New Edition of Hifumi Shinji”.
- Tenmei Okamoto (May 2, 2011). “Complete Transition of Histuki Shinji”.
- Shinichi Nakaya (June 1991). “Hitsuki Shinji”.