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Predictions of the Final Revelation of God with Accuracy of 100%

投稿日:2018年9月25日 更新日:

On June 10, 1944, Tenmei Okamoto received a divine revelation in Ameno Hitsuku Shrine located in Narita, Chiba, Japan.

 

Suddenly, his right hand began to move spontaneously and Tenmei wrote characters on the papers against his will.

 

That was the beginning of the final revelation of God that created the universe.

 

The revelation is called as Hitsuki Shinji meaning “the Sun and the Moon Revelation”.

The original text of Hitsuki Shinji. They include a lot of numbers and symbols and thus they are written in ciphers. 

In Hitsuki Shinji, it was written as follows.

There is not any bit of inaccuracy in this revelation.

As described above, the predictions written in Histuki Shinji have been fulfilled with accuracy of 100%.

 

Here, I will give you some examples of the fulfilled predictions of Hitsuki Shinji.

Predictions of the Final Revelation of God with Accuracy of 100%

The Beginning of the Prediction

Tenmei was a deputy of a Shinto priest of Hachiman shrine (also known as Hatomori Hachimangu).

Tenmei Okamoto wearing a garment of a Shinto priest

One day in 1945, when Tenmei sat before the Shito altar, he received a revelation from God.

Tenmei, you should leave here.

A prayer hall of Hachiman shrine

Thirteen-fri 

He wondered why God told him to leave Hachiman shrine.

 

So, Tenmei ignored the divine message at the time.

 

However, the same message continued for three days.

Tenmei, you should leave here.

Tenmei, you should leave here.

Tenmei, you should leave here.

Tenmei was worried about the repeated divine messages.

 

Eventually, he decided to leave Hachiman shrine according to the divine message.

 

Strangely enough, on May 26, 1945 soon after Tenmei had left Hachiman shrine, incendiary attacks by the United States Army Air Forces were conducted against Tokyo, the Japanese capital city.

 

At this time, a fire bomb dropped in the Hachiman shrine.

In this way, Tenmei barely survived the Great Air Raid on Tokyo by U.S. Army Air Forces.

 

Without the divine message, Tenmei would not have survived the devastating firebombing on Tokyo because the fire bomb dropped in the main shrine.

 

This was the beginning of the prediction by Shinto god, Ameno Hitsukunokami.

Prediction 1: The Total Destruction of Tokyo

As described above, it was predicted in Hitsuki Shinji that Japan’s capital city of Tokyo was totally destroyed.

 

On June 19, 1944, the following prediction were written in Hitsuki Shinji, Volume Ue, Chapter 11.

I said everything will return to the ground.

 

Tokyo will return to the ground for a time.

 

 Keep this in mind.

 

 What God said will surely come true.

 

Tokyo will return to the ground for a time.

 

Prepare for that.

On July 7, 1944, it was written as follows in Volume Ue, Chapter 35.

Edo (a former name of Tokyo) will be in flames.

On July 21, 1944, it was written as follows in Volume Simo, Chapter 16.

The day is approaching that Edo will return to the field.

 

The time will come when people cannot live in Edo temporarily.

On August 30, 1944, it was written as follows in Volume Fuji, Chapter 27.

It is inevitable that Edo will turn into an inferno.

 

Gods said there is no other way.

On October 28, 1944, it was written as follows in Volume Hitsuki, Chapter 12.

They will come to attack Edo.

Five months after the above prediction, on the night of 9–10 March, 1945 (Operation Meetinghouse), the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) conducted a devastating firebombing raid on Tokyo.

A B-29 dropping conventional bombs over Japan

334 B-29 Superfortress heavy bombers took off to raid and 279 of them dropped 1,665 tons of bombs and burned out much of eastern Tokyo.

A road passing through a part of Tokyo which was destroyed in the 10 March 1945 air raid

This attack is known as the Great Tokyo Air Raid in Japan.

 

As a result, more than 88,000 and possibly over 100,000 Japanese, mostly civilians, were killed and one million left homeless, making it the single most destructive air attack of World War II. 

 

Further incendiary attacks were conducted against Tokyo on 25-26 May, 1945, when Tenmei had already escaped from Tokyo.

Tokyo burns under B-29 firebomb assault on May 26, 1945

By this time, 50.8 percent of the Tokyo city had been destroyed and more than 4 million people left homeless. 

 

Tokyo was totally destroyed and returned to the ground, just as Hitsuki Shinji predicted.

Aerial view of Tokyo after bombing

Prediction 2: Food Crisis in the Empire of Japan

On July 7, 1944, it was written as follows in Volume Fuji, Chapter 5.

You will complain that you have little to eat.

 

But, you will get less and less food.

 

You will run out of food and water for a time.

On July 7, 1944, it was written as follows in Volume Ue, Chapter 2.

Stick it out eating the roots of trees.

The above revelations predicted the food crisis in the Empire of Japan.

 

Actually, in 1945, A fleet admiral of the United States Navy, Chester Nimitz ordered the United States Army Air Forces to mine the Japanese ports and waterways by air with B-29 Superfortress.

Portrait of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz

This mission was called Operation Starvation, which severely interrupted the Japanese logistics.

 

Beginning on March 27, 1945, 1,000 sea mines were dropped from B-29s.

A B-29 dropping sea mines over Japanese home waters

Eventually most of the major ports and straits of Japan were repeatedly mined, severely disrupting Japanese logistics and troop movements for the remainder of the war with 35 of 47 essential convoy routes having to be abandoned.

 

Operation Starvation sank or damaged 670 ships totaling more than 1,250,000 tons.

 

Japanese internal food production declined by approximately 26% in the last two years of the Pacific War.

 

Consequently, the Japanese officials were unable to allocate the food supply efficiently, which led to an extreme food crisis.

 

Okumura Ayao, a Japanese food scholar, recalls the food crisis' impact in rural areas in those days.

 

He said as follows.

From 1944 on, even in the countryside, the athletic grounds of local schools were converted into sweet potato fields.

 

And we ate every part of the sweet potato plant, from the leaf to the tip of the root…

 

For protein, we ate beetles, beetle larvae, and other insects that we found at the roots of the plants we picked, which we roasted or mashed.

 

Even in the countryside, food was scarce.

In this way, the Japanese people had to eat even the roots of the plants due to the serious food crisis, just as Hitsuki Shinji predicted.

Prediction 3: Japan's Defeat in the War

On June 23, 1945, it was written as follows in Volume Matsu, Chapter 8.

When the war become more intense, Japanese soldiers will no longer stand it.

 

Then, they will say that God is nowhere in this world and they will not know what to do.

 

So, I say in this revelation that you should rely on God early.

By a curious coincidence, on the same day as the above revelation was written, the last remnants of Japanese resistance in the Battle for Okinawa ended and the commanding general Mitsuru Ushijima committed suicide.

US Marine from the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines on Wana Ridge provides covering fire with his Thompson submachine gun, May 18, 1945.

General Mitsuru Ushijima. He was the commanding general of the 32nd Army, which fought in the Battle of Okinawa during the final stages of the war.

In the Battle of Okinawa, the Japanese used kamikaze tactics and seven major kamikaze attacks were attempted, involving more than 1,500 planes.

American aircraft carrier USS Bunker Hill burns after being hit by two kamikaze planes within 30 seconds.

Kamikaze means "divine wind".

 

As the name implies, Japanese soldiers believed that the divine wind will blow in favor of the Empire of Japan to turn the tide of war.

 

However, the divine wind never blew through the Pacific War against their will.

 

Thus, when they lost in the Battle for Okinawa, the Japanese soldiers may have thought that God is nowhere in the world, just as Hitsuki Shinji predicted.

 

Furthermore, on November 30, 1944 in lunar calendar, it was written as follows in Volume Iwato, Chapter 20.

You will not always win in the war.

As the above revelation indicates, on August 15, 1945, the Empire of Japan announced the surrender to the allies.

 

Thus, the Empire of Japan was defeated in the war.

Japanese foreign affairs minister Mamoru Shigemitsu signs the Japanese Instrument of Surrender on board USS Missouri as General Richard K. Sutherland watches, September 2, 1945

US Navy carrier aircraft flying over the Allied fleet in Tokyo Bay following the Japanese surrender on September 2, 1945

Prediction 4: Japanese Leaders Imprisoned

On June 23, 1945, it was written in Volume Ki, Chapter 7 as follows.

All great men will be held captive.

On March 16, 1945, it was written in Volume Ki, Chapter 13 as follows.

It will go hard with great men soon.

 

They will be taken prisoners and then they will have a terrible experience.

 

They will be disillusioned soon but it will be too late at that moment.

 

The government will temporarily disappear.

On April 29, 1946, the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (IMTFE), also known as the Tokyo Trial or the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal, was convened to try the leaders of the Empire of Japan for war crimes.

The International Military Tribunal for the Far East was convened at Ichigaya Court

In the Tokyo Trial, twenty-eight defendants were charged, mostly military officers and government officials, including former prime ministers, former foreign ministers, war ministers and former military commanders.

 

They were all great men in the Empire of Japan.

The defendants

The Allied occupation forces housed suspected war criminals in Sugamo Prison as they awaited trial before the Tokyo Trial.

 

After the conclusion of the trials, some of the convicted were incarcerated in Sugamo Prison and seven were sentenced to death by hanging on December 23, 1948.

Sugamo Prison

They had a terrible experience, but it was too late at that moment, just as Hitsuki Shinji predicted.

A Thing to Come in the Future

Finally, an ominous prediction is also written about the future war in Hitsuki Shinji.

 

On March 11, 1945, it was written in Volume Ki, Chapter 6 as follows.

After the war is over, the real war will break out.

According to the researchers of Hitsuki Shinji, it is considered that the above prediction indicates the future war.

 

Therefore, we might not be able to avoid the breakout of the real war in the future, because the accuracy of Hitsuki Shinji is 100%.

 

September 24, 2018

OTAKUPAPA

References

  1. Tenmei Okamoto (July 25, 2001). “New Edition of Hifumi Shinji”.
  2. Tenmei Okamoto (May 2, 2011). “Complete Transition of Histuki Shinji”.
  3. Shinichi Nakaya (June 1991). “Hitsuki Shinji”.

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