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Kototama – The worlds's essence. The Word. (Masahilo Nakazono)

Hinomoto no Mikoto Masahilo Nakazono meditating
Mikoto Masahilo Nakazono

 

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The Kototama principle

The Kototama Principle was perfected many ages ago by our human ancestors. It is the principle of human life in its totality, the principle that governs the activity of the life of the universe. It is the law of the operation of human capacity, its derivation, manifestation and action.

It is within the scope of human capability to create religion, philosophy, art, science, economics, politics, etc. Those manifestations of abilities and actions, from which all civilizations in their myriad aspects are created, follow the principle and law of Kototama. It is, therefore, the basic law or mirror of the Last Judgment.

It is we human beings who must judge the rightness or wrongness, the good and bad, of those things we have created. Without our purification, we cannot make a last judgment.

Some eight thousand years ago, the only true principle for human beings was hidden and civilization went its way in ignorance of it – until now. [...]

For the salvation of all people – to get out of the hell-world of our own making, actual civilization – we must recapture this life principle and turn back again to our natural, original humanity. Salvation does not come from somewhere else. It is we who must save ourselves, but we need the mirror with which to do it. [...]

(Masahilo Nakazono. Inochi.)

 

Complete table of contents of the works of Masahilo Nakazono

 

Inochi - The Book of Life (Hinomoto no Mikoto Masahilo Nakazono)

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INOCHI

The Book of Life

Revised edition, 1984

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In this current of Amatu Kanagi civilization the human mind has no interest in perfectly cooperating with others for a mutual goal. It is naturally impossible for the human heart to feel this way and the uncooperating mind or group must be allowed to go its way. To induce cooperation, it is necessary to devise some very tricky, complicated and underhanded techniques, increasing the confusion of modern society – digging a bigger hell.

Until the principle of life returns to the human heart, no one can change the course of this current of civilization. When the time comes for all people on earth to seriously decide to purify themselves from this dark current, for that time, our ancestors left us the one way to do it, the life principle of Kototama.

(Masahilo Nakazono. Inochi.)

 

Table of contents

Introduction

Naka-Ima

U Dimension

A-WA Dimension

O-WO Dimension

E-WE Dimension

Eight Father Rhythms

I-WI Dimension

Amatu Iwasaka – A General Explanation

The Child Sounds

Three Principles and One Hundred Deities

Appendix

Practicing Sounds

 

 

The Real Sense of Natural Therapy (Hinomoto no Mikoto Masahilo Nakazono)

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The Real Sense of Natural Therapy

Originally edited by Sarai Saporta, 1992

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Healing can never be perfected as long as the treatment is confined to the maintenance of our physical existence. We need to realize the total relationship of human beings to the plants, earth, water, heat and air, as well as to the earth and heaven. Until that time comes, humanity will continue to fear sickness and death.

(Masahilo Nakazono. The Real Sense of Natural Therapy.)

 

Table of contents

Foreword

Introduction

The real sense of natural therapy

The difference between natural and modern therapy

Self health

Sound exercise

Breathing therapy

Rubbing therapy

Shower therapy

Self exercise

Diet and physical life

How to eat

Comparison of fruits and grains

Food categories

Grains

Vegetables

Animal protein

Fruit

Drinks

Condiments

Commercial food

Some diet drinks

Therapeutic drinks

Some simple remedies

Comparative chart of YIN/YANG

About the author

 

     

 

The Source of the Present Civilization (Hinomoto no Mikoto Masahilo Nakazono)

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The Source of the Present Civilization

First printing 1994

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In this volume, I would like to talk about the origins of our civilization according to the records and documents of Hinomoto Kuni. These records began to be hidden systematically about ten thousand years ago for reasons we will see in the following chapters. They belong to two distinct categories: the first deals with the Kototama Principle itself, the principle of human life, and the second with ancient world history. The two categories were hidden separately.

(Masahilo Nakazono. The Source of the Present Civilization)

 

Table of contents

Introduction

Chapter one: An outline of the Kototama Principle

The five dimensions of existence

The capacity of the five spiritual senses

The capacity of judgment

Life-will and life-power

The subjective capacities

Summary of the capacities of the five dimensions

Chapter two: Naka-ima

Chapter three: Amatsu Iwasaka

Chapter four: The relationship between the Kototama Principle and the Bible

The hiding of the Kototama Principle

Three reasons for hiding the Kototama Principle

The ancient documents of Japan

Translations from the Takeuchi documents

Introduction

Amatsu Kami era

Amatsu Yo era

Fuki Aizu Tyo

Kami Yamato Tyo

Presentation

Records

First generation of the Kami Yo era (21 sub-generations)

Second generation of the Kami Yo era (33 sub-generations)

1. Origin of the Chinese nation

2. Origin of the Indian nation

Third generation of the Kami Yo era, 24th sub-generation

Fourth generation of the Kami Yo era, 22nd sub-generation

Sixth generation of the Kami Yo era, 22nd sub-generation

First generation of the Fuki Aizu Tyo

Third generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Fourth generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Sixteenth generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Twenty-sixth generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Thirty-second generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Thirty-fourth generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Fifty-seventh generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Fifty-eighth generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Sixty-ninth generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Seventieth generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Seventy-first generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Seventy-second generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo

Seventy-third generation of Fuki Aizu Tyo, First generation of Kami Yamato Tyo

Third generation of Kami Yamato Tyo

Sixth generation of Kami Yamato Tyo

Seventh generation of Kami Yamato Tyo

Eighth generation of Kami Yamato Tyo

Ninth generation of Kami Yamato Tyo

Eleventh and twelfth generation of Kami Yamato Tyo

Thirty-fifth generation of Kami Yamato Tyo

Postscript

The missionaries who hid the Kototama Principle

Moze-Lomyo-Las (Romulus)

Jesus Christ

Mohammed

Chapter five: The three principles of Kototama

The Amatsu Kanagi sound chart

The Amatsu Sugaso sound chart

The Amatsu Futonolito sound chart

Chapter six: Revelation at Belle-Ile

Glossary and pronunciation guide

 

 

The Source of the Old and New Testaments (Hinomoto no Mikoto Masahilo Nakazono)

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The Source of the Old and New Testaments

First printing 2007

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The Kototama Principle goes back to the first civilization of the world. It was hidden about ten thousand years ago, and handed down through the ages to our era through symbolic constructions like our mythologies and religions, and ancient sciences like far-eastern medicine, astrology and numerology. Each of these is grounded in the truth of the fifty sound rhythms of Kototama Futomani, our life source, the Word of the Creator.

The Bible is one of the books in which the principle can still be found, recorded in symbolic form. I felt the time had come to translate it back to its orginal meaning. My task was not to give a complete translation, but rather to show how the Bible could be read, to help future generations who will look for this life principle and study it as it appears in the ancient documents.

(Masahilo Nakazono. The Source of the Old and New Testaments.)

 

Table of contents

Foreword

The Old Testament

The book of Genesis

The Garden of Eden

Cain and Abel

Noah's ark

The Tower of Babel

General remarks

The book of Exodus

The book of Deuteronomy

The New Testament

The gospel according to Matthew

The gospel according to John

The revelation of John

Conclusion

Glossary and pronunciation guide

About the author

 

 

My Past Way of Budo (Hinomoto no Mikoto Masahilo Nakazono)

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My Past Way of Budo

And Other Essays

Including an essay by Katsaharu K. Nakazono

First printing 1979

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Budo: Bu - physical movement; Do - Tao, Logos.

The true way of physical action exactly follows the activity of a priori Life Will. This definition was later narrowed to apply only to the martial arts of the Samurai period of Japan. The goal of their excercise was to open up their highest human capacity. Today, people misunderstand this to mean self-defense or a sportive activity.

(Masahilo Nakazono. My Past Way of Budo)

 

Table of contents

My past way of Budo

Part one

Part two

Part Three

From the One Source

About power

Reflections while fishing

Truth and reality

Borrowed knowledge

Awakening to human life

Civilization of "Ladies first"

Fear at midnight

To see white light

The meaning of the Word

About freedom and discipline (by Katsuharu K. Nakazono)

About the author

 

 

The real meaning of the search for the Kototama Principle is the search for the substance of self. We should, therefore, follow the order of our ancestors’ way of teaching and seriously concentrate on completing the search of the inner self.

We should proceed step by step, to clear up the dust, our devil spirits, and correct our mistakes. We cannot otherwise improve our inner dimension, rising to a higher step of inner capacity. However much and hard we study the many things and matters of the world, accumulating a great deal of knowledge, it is still O-WO dimension of self.

Even studying this life principle of Kototama, memorizing my explanation of the fifty sounds, is not the meaning of our inner dimension rising to a higher step than O-WO. It is not the meaning of purification. For that reason, I have had some misgivings about the negative results that might accrue from the writing of this chapter’s explanation.

On the other hand, perhaps today or tomorrow, somewhere, there will be someone who has devoted his life to searching the final reality. For that one person, to provide a reference, I have decided to go ahead with this explanation.

(Hinomoto no Mikoto Masahilo Nakazono. Inochi.)