This is a true story of a man who suffered full cardiopulmonary arrest and brain death, but came back to life again 30 minutes after being confirmed dead.
His name is Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (1954 -), a Japanese comet hunter who had an amazing near-death experience.
Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (1954 -), a Japanese comet hunter and a writer. Kiuchi discovered Comet Cernis-Kiuchi-Nakamura (1990b) and Comet Tsuchiya-Kiuchi (1990i) and rediscovered Comet Metcalf-Brewington (1906VI=97P/1906 V2) and Comet Swift-Tuttle (109P/Swift-Tuttle). Kiuchi is also well-known for his near-death experience.
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- 1 A Mysterious Voice Saved a Boy from Danger
- 2 Back to the Past during the Near-Death Experience
- 3 The True Identity of the Mysterious Voice
- 4 Mechanism of Time Travel in the Spirit World
- 5 Theoretical Model of the Spirit World according to Shinto Philosophy
- 6 Mechanism of Time Travel by Near-Death Experience
A Mysterious Voice Saved a Boy from Danger
Kiuchi experienced something mysterious when he was 6 years old.
He went swimming in Chikuma River with his three big sisters and a big brother.
They went down the road to a riverside of Chikuma River.
It was hard to walk on the road, because the road was rocky and full of stones.
Kiuchi went down the road with one of his big sisters trying to avoid the stones.
He heard a voice say from behind him.
When he instantly looked back in surprise, he saw a large rock falling toward his sister’s head.
Instantly, he shoved her away desperately and he fell backward with its rebound.
At that moment, the rock with the size of about a meter rolled on the ground between him and his sister.
Then, the rock tumbled down a slope off the road in a cloud of sand.
His sister fell forward and slid down a mountain side.
She cried hard, because her big toenail peeled off.
To hear his sister’s cry, his other sisters and brother, who went on ahead, returned to Kiuchi.
They totally thought that Kiuchi pushed his sister's back on purpose.
How could you do such a silly thing to your sister?
She injured her big toe.
It’s your fault!
No, it’s not my fault!
I pushed her back to help her, cause I heard a shout of alarm!
He made a desperate plea to claim his innocence.
However, they did not believe him.
You are a liar!
No one heard such a voice.
Kiuchi got scolded harshly.
Back to the Past during the Near-Death Experience
Who on earth saved me and my sister at that time?
Since then, that has been in Kiuchi's mind for a long time.
When he awoke his teleporting ability through the near-death experience, Kiuchi remembered the strange experience in his childhood.
Now that I have ability to teleport everywhere I want to go, I may also teleport back in time to that day.
So, I will return to that day to find out the true identity of the voice.
Then, Kiuchi called up an image of the road to the riverside where he heard the mysterious voice when he was 6 years old.
Amazingly, he teleported over to the steep slope above the riverside of Chikuma River at that time.
I remember I heard the voice around here.
When he went to the place where he heard the voice, Kiuchi saw himself and his sister in his childhood walked on the road about 5 meters below him.
To his surprise, in their way, a large rock was wobbly above their heads.
But, they moved on the road without noticing it.
The rock was about to fall to the road.
When the rock began to fall, Kiuchi found himself shouting.
The moment he shouted, Kiuchi saw his child-self turned toward him in surprise.
Then, instantly, his child-self pushed his sister’s back and he fell backward with its rebound.
Immediately after that, a large rock rolled on the ground between his child-self and his sister.
It really was a close call.
Kiuchi was amazed to see what happened to his child-self.
He finally got to the bottom of things.
It was Kiuchi himself who saved him and his sister when he was 6 years old by shouting ‘Watch out!’
The True Identity of the Mysterious Voice
In the spiritualism, it is believed that a spirit guide exists, which is an entity that remains as a disincarnate spirit to act as a guide or protector to a living incarnated human being.
According to Kiuchi, the spirit guide is one’s future self.
He explains that after a person passed away in the future, one’s mind may teleport back in time to the past to help one’s past self.
You know yourself better than someone does.
Therefore, when you need some help, your future self comes to your rescue.
Mechanism of Time Travel in the Spirit World
By the way, why could Kiuchi teleport back in time to the past during the near-death experience?
In this regard, a Japanese Shinto master, Onisaburo Deguchi, gave an interesting explanation to the question.
Deguchi Onisaburo (1871-1948). He was a spiritual leader of religious movement in Japan in the early 1900s. He left a voluminous amount of prophetic writings. According to his followers, Onisaburo's prediction rate is more than 95%. Even today, his predictions are coming true, such as Apple Watch, Multicoptor, Maglev and so on.
Onisaburo explained the time and space of the spirit world based on his own spiritual experiences to visit the spirit world as follows.
There is no sense of time in the spirit world, because it is beyond the time and space.
Therefore, an event, which I saw in the spirit world with second sight, may appear a few days later, 10 years later, or several hundred years later in the real world.
In some cases, I may also see an event from hundreds or thousands of years ago.
When I see events in the spirit world, those events come into my second sight uniformly and in parallel, without any distinction of time and space, light and dark, up and down, small and large, broad and narrow, and so on.
According to Onisaburo, there is no time and space in the spirit world.
However, this is not an Onisaburo's personal opinion, but an idea peculiar to Shinto philosophy.
Actually, it is written in Hitsuki Shinji, the final revelation of God, Volume of Jishin, Chapter 2 as follows.
In the spirit world, there is no time and space, because it is the world of thought.
Thus, everything is exactly the way you thought in the spirit world.
Furthermore, it is written in Hitsuki Shinji, Volume of Jishin, Chapter 391 as follows.
In the spirit world, there is no time.
Thus, spirits do not know the concept of time.
The original text of Hitsuki Shinji, the final revelation of God. According to spiritual researchers in Japan, the predictions of Hitsuki Shinji have the accuracy of 100%.
In this way, Kiuchi's experience is consistent with what Onisaburo's said and what Hitsuki Shinji says.
Theoretical Model of the Spirit World according to Shinto Philosophy
From a modern point of view, the idea about the relation between the real world and the spirit world can be explained as follows.
In this explanation, assume that the spirit world corresponds to a cloud database and the real world corresponds to a screen of a computer.
An image on the screen is displayed based on the data in the cloud database.
The image displayed on the screen has a specific relation of time and space.
In contrast, the data in the cloud database do not have such a specific relation of time and space, as shown in the following figure.
There is a similar relation between the real world and the spirit world.
According to Onisaburo, there is a spiritual law that the same event occurs in succession from the spiritual world to the real world.
Onisaburo called such a spiritual law that controls the relation between the spirit world and the real world as “law of reflection.”
In accordance with the spiritual law of reflection, the event which a prophet saw in the spirit world is bound to occur in the real world.
In other word, it can also be considered that events preprogrammed in the spirit world will appear in the real world.
Mechanism of Time Travel by Near-Death Experience
Using the above theoretical model of the spirt world by Shinto Philosophy, the mechanism of the time travel by near-death experience can be explained as follows.
Assume that you watch a video on a video hosting service, such as YouTube.
In this case, if you want to move to the end of the video, you have to drag the time/progress bar forward to the end.
However, if you can directly access the cloud database, which includes the original picture data of the video, you can go to any scene you want without dragging the time/progress bar.
Similarly, you can directly access any event preprogrammed in the spirit world, because there is no time and space in the spirit world.
That is the reason why a Kiuchi could teleport anywhere beyond time and space during the near-death experience.
By the way, you may have ever heard someone's voice to tell you something, even though you could not see them anywhere.
That may be the voice of your future self who passed away in the future and then traveled back in time to help you, just as Kiuchi did.
December 16, 2018
- Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (November 1995). “The memory of the space.”
- Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (April 2003). "The starry heavens teach our way of living."
- Tsuruhiko Kiuchi (May 23, 2014). "My near-death experience teach the structure of the universe."
- Tsuruhiko Kiuchi In Wikipedia.