Healing Art for Tomorrow Part Ⅱ
Written by Mokichi Okada, 1943
When people are cured of severe or incurable disease by Johrei or have learnt how to perform it, they are incredibly moved. They will praise its effect and tell others that it is an unprecedented medical art. However, I often hear their disappointed voice. They say that people can hardly accept what they say. Why do they not listen? Let me tell you my opinion. That happens because modern people don’t believe in an invisible power but only depend on visible things, which is caused by the consequence that they have received Jewish style education. You should notice this fact.
Japanese have indiscriminately adopted western culture since the Meiji era. It is an avoidable transitional phenomenon. As a result, our culture has developed as it is today, which seems as if it exceeds the standard of the western one. Regarding this, we should avoid useless criticism. However, when heading for today and the coming era, we are not allowed to keep worshipping American and English style material culture. Needless to say, we should realise that the time has come to clear up material culture.
Now we are engaged in Pacific War. The U.S. and U.K. apply the tactics depending on quantities. They calculate with the number of materials whether to win or lose. On the other hand, Japan has a smaller number of materials. However, it is taking victory with spiritual strength. This fact proves well how strong invisible power is. It overcomes the power of materials.
Before the Meiji era, the Japanese did believe invisible power. They thought that it was more important than anything and always acted with that idea. You can see many examples of those in historical incidents. For example, Akoh-gishi* achieved the feat of embodying the will of their deceased lord Asano Takuminokami. They showed their loyalty by working off the grudge of their master at the risk of their lives. They did act for an invisible lord. A loyal retainer Kushunoki Masashige said that he would reborn seven times and defeat the enemy of the imperial court. Needless to say, all acts of historical revenge, like that of Soga brother, were done for invisible spirits. Other than those examples, old Japanese honoured deities and buddhas, served ancestors well, kept one’s chastity for a deceased husband, showed full of loyalty to a deceased master. Those deeds apparently show that they believed in the presence of invisible spirits and acted for them. There is no room for argument about how deeply our ancestors believed in the presence of spirits and the afterlife.
After the Meiji era, however, the whole Japanese had to receive an education, which mostly provides Jewish materialistic ideas with a little Japanese sense. In other words, this education targets only visible things. It means that you shouldn’t believe what you cannot see and you are superstitious if you believe in the invisible. This education resulted in cultivating the idea that materials take priority over everything and all values are judged only by things. Furthermore, people have considered that money is only the best power that can influence them. In this way, as you know, they have instilled the extreme idea of money-worship.
Here I will frankly describe the purpose of Freemasonry, which is a Jewish secret society. To take control of the whole world, they concentrated on castrating each nation. It means that they tried to eliminate spirits unique to the nation. Because of the strong patriotism, each nation is firmly functioning as a country. For example, the Japanese have spirits of loyalty and patriotism and also filial piety. Needless to say, they are an invisible action of mind and the power of belief. Therefore, Freemasonry first and foremost tried to eliminate this invisible power. To oppose this power, they used materialistic ideas. For that intention, materialistic culture and study, which is based on Jewish ideas, has been built up until today. In this sense, all their theories are based on visible things. They cannot be formulated without materials. Since modern people have received this material-oriented education, it would be inevitable that they don’t believe invisible things.
For the reasons mentioned above, people have taken in western medicine that intends to cure diseases with medicines and machines. Therefore, it is natural that modern people can hardly accept an invisible medical art but do believe in western medicine without any criticism. In this sense, even if a person believes in Johrei, it often means at first that they are just moved by its remarkable effect rather than understanding its theory.
Another thing to note is that modern people are too dependent on logic for everything. As a result, they are caught up with logic and regard facts as secondary. That is their missing point. Authorities bring together their wisdom and create an ideal solution to various problems with social policies, regulations, medical hygiene and so on. However, they don’t have their expected result even after a few years or so of execution. Their solutions often rather fail, too. Considering deeply this fact, it is obvious that it happens because they completely depend on materials and ignore the invisible power. Here let me give you a very good example of this. President Roosevelt made a huge military investment but couldn’t get the results he expected. His plan failed after all. That happened because he relied on the plan depending on materials too much.
Why do modern people overestimate the power of materials and disregard the invisible power? Frankly speaking, I think that it is because materialistic education based on Jewish ideas affected them and such ideas still remain in their heads. Needless to say, they have to get awaken rapidly as things are quickly changing today. If a person is late to awake, it is inevitable that they become a loser. Please note that I don’t disregard the power of materials. I just want to say that the problems cannot be solved only by the power of materials as far as they are related to human life and health. For this reason, I recommend medical art by invisible power or, that is, spiritualistic medical art.
*) Akoh-gishi: the forty-seven loyal retainers of the Akoh clan during the Edo period
Translated by N.H.