Amazing Future Prophecies of a Japanese Psychic Woman Possessed by Golden God

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This is a true story of a woman who was possessed by God and made a lot of future prophecies by automatic writing.


On January 1, 1892, Nao Deguchi (1836-1918), who was an ordinary Japanese woman of 55 years old, suddenly shouted out loudly against her will and declared as follows.

I am Ushitora no Konjin (Golden God of Northeast).


It’s the time when evil prospers now.


However, I shall change this world to reconstruct it for good people.

Nao Deguchi (1836–1918). She was possessed by Shinto God, Ushitora no Konjin (Golden God of Northeast) and made a lot of predictions, such as the outbreaks of the Sino-Japanese War, the Russo-Japanese War and the two World Wars.

A Psychic Woman Possessed by Shinto God to Predict the Future

Ushitora no Konjin” is Shinto God meaning Golden God of Northeast.


One day, Nao was possessed by Golden God.


She was very surprised and asked Golden God the reason why He possessed her.


Golden God answered Nao, 

Plum blossoms will bloom at once through the whole world.


It has become a world of Golden God.


I am the only God who could reconstruct the world. 


I shall clean and wash the whole world.


I shall change this world to the divine world lasting forever.

After the above declaration,  Golden God continued to possess Nao and gave her a lot of prophecies of the future.


However, Shikazou Ootsuki, a son-in-law of Nao, thought that Nao lost her mind completely and confined her in a small room.

Thus, Nao begged Golden God not to make her shout out loud, because otherwise she would be kept confined in the room forever.


According to Nao, Golden God ordered her to pick up a nail on the floor.


Amazingly, when Nao picked the nail up, her hand having the nail moved against her will and engraved letters on a pillar.


It was the beginning of her automatic writing, Ofudesaki.

The letters written by automatic writing Ofudesaki

After being released from confinement, Nao began to write Ofudesaki on papers with a writing brush.


Nao was unable to read these letters due to her illiteracy, but she wrote about 400,000 papers of prophecies (10,000 volumes) until she died in 1918.


Amazingly, these words were prophetic words of Golden God.


At first, the villagers thought that Nao lost her mind.


So, they mocked and ignored her.


Nevertheless, Nao continued to predict a lot of future events by automatic writing using a writing brush.


Amazingly, many of her prophecies turned out to be true.

The Prophecy of the Outbreak of the First Sino-Japanese War

In 1893, Golden God gave Nao the prophecy of the outbreak of the First Sino-Japanese War.

The war between China and Japan will break out from spring next year.


Japan will win this war.


God arranged it for Japan.


Then, another war will break out from Russia.


After that, the great war will break out.


You will gradually come to understand my prophecies from now.

According to the memoirs of Sumi Shikata, a follower of Nao, Nao told Sumi as follows.


Next year, Japan will have to fight China.


Where is China?

I don’t know where China is.


But, He told me,

“Japan will fight China.”


And He also said

“Japan will win in this war.”

Oh! You mean, Japan will fight a war, next year, again?


What kind of country is China?

I don’t know what country China is.


But, China is a foreign country, anyway.


He said to me,

“China is a much larger country than Japan.”


But, I have no idea what He means.

Nao was an illiterate old woman living in a rural area.


Thus, she was out of touch with the politics and the world situation.


Actually, Nao did not even know where China was.


However, everybody in the village was surprised to hear Nao’s prophecy that Japan would fight China.


The villagers ridiculed uneducated Nao.

A damned idiot!


How can a war be in this peaceful era?

The dotard!


She says silly things again.

There’s no way Japan will fight a large foreign country such as China!


She must have dementia.

At that time, the idea of a war between Japan and a foreign country never occurred to people living in rural areas, because most Japanese farmers were illiterate and they could not even read newspapers.


Nao was also an illiterate poor old woman and thus she gathered scrap papers and sold them to make a living.


So, Nao was ignorant about the world affairs.


She was really an uneducated old woman living in a rural area.


Therefore, it was no wonder that the villagers called Nao a liar or an idiot.

Fulfilled Prophecies of the First Sino-Japanese War

However, on March 28, 1894, a Korean reformist activist, Kim Ok-gyun, was assassinated in Shanghai.

Kim Ok-gyun (1851-1894)

Kim had fled to Japan after the failure of his attempt in the 1884 Gapsin Coup with Japanese support.


His assassination in China would contribute to tensions leading to the First Sino-Japanese War.


Since then, tension ran high between China and Japan by June 1894.


The China’s Qing government sent the general Yuan Shikai as its plenipotentiary to lead 2,800 troops to Korea.


On the other hand, the Japanese countered by sending an 8,000 troop expeditionary force (the Oshima Composite Brigade) to Korea.

First Sino-Japanese War, major battles and troop movements.

SourceHoodinski – Own work

On August 1, war was officially declared between China and Japan.


However, at that time, no one in the world believed that Japan would win the war, because Japan was a small country compared to China.


Thus, the prevailing view in many Western circles was that the modernized Chinese military would crush the Japanese.


Actually, the German General Staff predicted a Japanese defeat.


William Lang, who was a British advisor to the Chinese military, praised Chinese training, ships, guns, and fortifications, stating

In the end, there is no doubt that Japan must be utterly crushed

However, contrary to the pre-war expectations, the Japanese gained a series of victories.


On September 15, the Imperial Japanese Army converged on the city of Pyongyang, Korea from several directions.

Japanese troops during the Sino-Japanese War.

The Japanese assaulted the city and eventually defeated the Chinese by an attack from the rear and the defenders surrendered. 

Battle of Pyongyang. The routing of the Chinese Army.

On September 17, 1894, Japanese warships encountered the larger Chinese Beiyang Fleet off the mouth of the Yalu River.

Itō Sukeyuki was the Commander-in-Chief of the Japanese Combined Fleet.

The French-built Matsushima, flagship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the Sino-Japanese conflict.

The Imperial Japanese Navy destroyed eight of the ten Chinese warships, which assured Japan’s command of the Yellow Sea. 

The Battle of the Yalu River.

After all, the Imperial Japanese Army and the Imperial Japanese Navy inflicted a string of defeats on the Chinese.


Then, Japan won an overwhelming victory in the First Sino-Japanese War, just as Golden God predicted.

Accurate Prophecy of Golden God

Golden God had also gave Nao another prophecy.


In 1893, Nao told Golden God’s prophecy as follows:

According to God, barracks will be built in Fukuchiyama.


And a garrison will be built in Maizuru and warships will float in the sea over there.


Fukuchiyama, Maizuru and the ten miles around the outside area will be inside a shrine.


He said,

“I shall change Ayabe to a capital city in the end.”

Actually, after the First Sino-Japanese War began, a regiment was stationed at Fukuchiyama and the regimental barracks were built there.


And Maizuru port was designated as a naval port and warships entered and left the Maizuru port during the First Sino-Japanese War.


In this way, the above Golden God’s prophecies came true.

The combined Fleet departed from Maizuru port to attack the Russian Baltic Fleet in Battle of Tsushima during the Russo-Japanese War.

The Pending Prediction of the Kingdom of God

By the way, Golden God predicted not only the outbreaks of the First Sino-Japanese War, the Russo-Japanese War and the two World Wars, but also Japan’s defeat in the World War II.


Amazingly, all of these prophecies have been fulfilled.


However, the prophecy of the coming of the divine country still remains unrealized.


Please remember the following Golden God’s prophecy.

 I shall change this world to reconstruct it for good people.


I shall clean and wash the whole world.


I shall change this world to the divine world lasting forever.

According to Japanese spiritual researchers, the divine world corresponds to the Millennium in the Christianity.


So, when will the above prophecy be realized?


In this regard, an intriguing change happened in Japan.

Imminent Approach of the Millennium

Recently, Reiwa, the new era of Japan began on May 1, 2019.

Source Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet

The kanji characters for Reiwa are derived from the Man’yōshū, an eighth-century (Nara period) anthology of waka poetry.


The English translation of the original Kanbun text is as follows.

It was in new spring, in a fair (“Rei”) month,

When the air was clear and the wind a gentle (“Wa”) breeze.

Plum flowers blossomed a beauty’s charming white.

And the fragrance of the orchids was their sweet perfume.

Plum blossoms in Minabe, Wakayama

Source 663highland – Own work

With regards to the characters based on the poem, Robert Campbell, director-general of National Institute of Japanese Literature in Tokyo, provided an official interpretation as follows.

“Rei” is an auspicious wave of energy of the plum blossoms carried by the wind.


“Wa” is the general character of peace and tranquility.

Here, please remember the strange words of Golden God when He possessed Nao for the first time.

Plum blossoms will bloom at once through the whole world.


It has become a world of Golden God.


I am the only God who could reconstruct the world. 


I shall clean and wash the whole world.


I shall change this world to the divine world lasting forever.

Don’t you think that this is too much of a mere coincidence?


So, it may be a kind of omen that the new era will come to this world.


In the near future, the days may come when the Kingdom of God (Millennial Kingdom) will be realized, which is the pending prophecy of Golden God.


Published on May 6, 2018

Updated on May 8, 2019

Written by OTAKUPAPA


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