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A Psychic Predicted the Assassination of Japanese Prime Minister

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A Psychic Predicted Assassination of Japanese Prime Minister

Around 9:00 a.m. on November 4, 1921, Onisaburo Deguchi met some of his followers in Ayabe, Kyoto.

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.

In the middle of the conversation, Onisaburo closed his eyes for a moment.

 

Suddenly, he shouted out,

Oh! Hara Takashi was attacked!

Takashi Hara was the Prime Minister of Japan at that time.

Hara Takashi (1856-1921). He was the 10th Prime Minister of JapanHara was the first commoner appointed to the office of prime minister of Japan. So, he was called informally as “commoner prime minister.” Hara was also the first Japanese Christian prime minister.

The followers were surprised to hear the Onisaburo’s sudden shout.

 

Then, they asked Onisaburo,

What happened to the Prime Minister?

Onisaburo answered,

He was attacked by a young man in Tokyo station.

You mean, he was attacked just now?

From their past experiences, the followers knew that there were two possibilities for Onisaburo’s predictions.

 

One possibility is that Onisaburo was viewing the accident happening in a remote place by his clairvoyant power.

 

Another possibility is that Onisaburo was viewing the accident that will happen in the future by his prophetic power.

 

That is the reason why his followers asked the above question to Onisaburo.

Is the assassination of the Prime Minister currently happening?

Or, will it happen in the future?

So, they wanted to confirm which possibility was more likely.

 

Onisaburo replied to his followers’ question.

No, it’s not yet happened.

I saw the assassination of Hara in the spirit world.

So, I think it will happen also in this real world in the near future.

Then, we should warn the Prime Minister of the danger as soon as possible!

Onisaburo shook his head to his follower’s proposal, 

No, it’s no use telling him the danger.

Why do you think so?

From my experience, the accident that happened in the spirit world is bound to happen in the real world.

So, it would be no use warning him of the danger from now.

Assassination of the Japanese Prime Minister

On 7:25 p.m., about 10 hours after Onisaburo’s prediction, Hara was stabbed by a right-wing railroad switchman, Konichi Nakaoka around the ticket gate of Tokyo station.

Tokyo Station in 1914.

Konichi Nakaoka (1903-1980) who assassinated the Japanese Prime Minister, Takashi Hara in Tokyo station. He was a railroad switchman of Ōtsuka Station in Toshima, Tokyo.

There are various opinions about Nakaoka's motive for plotting the assassination of the Prime Minister.

 

Before taking office, Hara was highly anticipated as a first commoner prime minister.

Hara dressed in court uniform.

However, after taking office, it was found that most of his aggressive policies were not for common people, but in favor of political entrepreneurs and the plutocracy.

 

Also, the Hara cabinet was severely lashed in the papers due to a series of bribery scandals.

 

Furthermore, Hara refused to use his majority in the lower house to force through universal suffrage legislation which had been a long-cherished hope of Japanese common people.

 

Therefore, Hara’s policies greatly disappointed the Japanese people.

 

Under these circumstances, Hara was assassinated by Nakaoka.

 

Unfortunately, Hara was stabbed in the heart with a dagger by Nakaoka and thus he was almost instantly fatal.

The scene of assassination at the time. Nakaoka was hiding behind the column on the right.

Hara’s fate was inevitable, just as Onisaburo predicted.

 

However, if Onisaburo had let him know in advance, Hara might have escape assassination.

 

God only knows the truth.

 

June 11, 2018

OTAKUPAPA

References

  1. Kyotaro Deguchi (August 30, 2001). "A giant, Onisaburo Deguchi."
  2. Sugen Takeda (September 3, 2013). "Warning from the spirit world by Onisaburo Deguchi."
  3. Hara Takashi
  4. Hara Takashi Assassination

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