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    The five-colored races: In the Takenouchi documents, mankind is divided into five different skin colors: white, red, yellow, blue and black. See Chapter 2 “Five-colored races” for details.
    Ko so-kotai-jin gu: An Ancient Shinto shrine where Seven generations of the Tenjin era, the lineage of Sumera-Mikoto and branch lineage of Sumera-Mikoto are enshrined. See Chapter 1 “The History of the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine” in details.
    Tenpenchii: Catastrophic phenomena such as great floods, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, Tsunami and climatic changes, shifts in earth’s tectonic plates. All of them will cause a sea of mud on the earth. It also suggests that changes in Heaven (the higher dimension) are directly reflected on the earth. This includes changes in the Divine cabinet in the higher dimension and celestial influences such as planetary alignment and comets. See Chapter 5 for details.
    Sumera-Mikoto: Sumera-Mikoto refers to the one who is appointed by Divine command to govern the human world. The lineage of Sumera-Mikoto is a single unbroken line that continues eternally. See Book 2 for details. The Sumera-Mikoto is later called Ten-no.
    Divine characters: Characters which existed in the Divine era
    Hihiiro-kane: See Chapter 2 “Hihiiro-kane.”
    Amenomurakumono Tsurugi: [lit: “Sword of the clouds of the Heavenly grove”]. The Kojiki said that Susano-ono-mikoto (younger brother of Amaterasu-ohomi-kami) retrieved the stolen sword from the tail of Yamatano-orochi (eight-headed evil dragon). See Book 2 for the detailed story.
    The Kojiki: It is “The Records of Ancient Matters” completed in A.D. 712.
    Ise Jingu [Ise shrine]: Located in Ise, Mie Prefecture. It is the shrine of the Japanese Imperial family.
    Ten Commandment stones: In the Old Testament, there is only one set of Ten Commandment Stones. In the Takenouchi Document, there are three sets of Ten Commandment Stones: Omote, Ura, Shin. See Chapter 6 “Ten Commandment Stone” for details.
    Takenouchi Sukune: Grand son of Hikofuto-oshimakotono-Mikoto, prince of Kogen Ten-no. The father is Takeogokoro Shin-no and mother is Princess Kage. It is generally believed that he served five Ten-no; Keiko (71-130 AD), Seimu (131-190), Chuai (192-200) Ohjin (270-310) and Nintoku (313-399).
    Nihonshoki: Ancient Japanese Historical chronicle from the late 5th century AD.
    Kisakinomiya: General term for the wife of the Sumera-Mikoto.
    Besso: It is also known as “Gegu” or “the outer shrine.”
    98 pillars: Pillars refer to the unit to respectfully count gods and the lineage of the Sumera-Mikoto.
    Mulberry: Mulberry family deciduous shrub, naturally grow in the mountains. It is also called “Tree of paper” as it is used as raw materials for rice paper.
    Mitsumata: Three-pronged plant. Daphne family deciduous shrub. It is named as such as it has three branched out leaves. Tree bark is used as the raw material for rice paper.
    Takenouchi family record: See the genealogy of the Takenouchi family
    Takenouchi Kiyomaro: (1880 - 1965). The 66th generation of the chief priest of the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine. The father is believed to be Minamotono Shigetane, who is the first rank count with the lineage of Seiwa Genji, and mother the daughter of Ohnakatomi family. After his mother’s death, he was adopted by the Takenouchi family and named himself Takenouchi. He rebuilt the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine in Isohara, Kita-Ibaragi in Ibaragi Prefecture in 1901 and began to propagate it as the “Amatsu” religion. He was distanced by other Shinto sects as the contents of the Takenouchi Documents were beyond the common understanding of those days. As a result, he was indicted for blasphemy; however he was later acquitted by the Supreme Court.
    Kogen Ten-no: (214-158 BC). The 8th generation of the Kanyamato dynasty.
    Kanyamato dynasty: From Jin-mu Ten-no (660-585 BC) to the present Ten-no (the 126th generation). The present genealogy of the Sumera-Mikoto counts 125 generations, instead of 126. This is because the Okinagahime Ten-no (15th generation) is counted next to Chuai Ten-no (14th generation). Therefore there is one extra generation in this book.
    Ruryaku Ten-no: (456-479 AD) The 22nd generation of Kanyamato dynasty. He reigned in the latter half of the 5th century AD.
    Gen-Kojiki: Historical documents that became the origin of Kojiki, which has been transmitted as the true history of Japan. It is generally believed that the Kojiki is based on the “Kyuji” which is the collection of the stories conveyed within the imperial palace, and “Teiki”, which is the genealogy of the Sumera-Mikoto. However, Gen-Kojiki (original Kojiki) is something other than the two.
    The Heavenly Land of Hidama: This world exists in a higher level of the 3rd dimension (or even in the 4th dimension) where people have high spiritual vibration, high mental development and highly evolved material civilization.
    Ameno-ukifune: General name for aircraft used in ancient times. See Chapter 3 for details.
    The Amatsukami Kunitsukami Hajime no Tamaishi no Tamaya shrine (The shrine of the Heavenly Gods and Human Ancestors United as one): The former name of the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine.
    Seven generations of Heavenly gods: This era refers to Divine era or Tenjin era.
    Motofumikurai Great God: Infinitive absolute God.
    Chon: This symbol is a pictograph believed to represent the God of Shu [or Su], creator of the universe.
    Amin: Origin of the Christian term “Amen”.
    Non-no: In Japanese, “Nono-sama” and “Non-non-sama” is often used among children referring to “Sakyamuni Buddha.” These are believed to come from “Non-no.”
    Namoa: Origin of “Namu” in Buddhism.
    Married gods: Yang and Yin energies were born from a single energy. This function is represented by wife and husband in the realm of humans.
    The 5th generation of Heavenly gods: Gods are regarded as god-like humans from this generation.
    Kisakinomiya: It refers to the wife of the Sumera-Mikoto.
    Funayama shrine: “Funa” refers to “Ship” in the Japanese language which symbolizes “Ameno-ukifune” in the Takenouchi documents. According to the Takenouchi documents, God-like humans descended to earth on an Ameno-ukifune. There is an expression that gods viewed the earth from a higher place.
    The realm of Light: Yang and Yin energies possess the function to generate all the things in the universe. Yang is the realm of brightness represented by the Sun and yin is the realm of shadow represented by the Moon.
    Mikoto: The one who is balanced with his words and deeds and has divine wisdom to guide people. To think, to say and to act are balanced. Mi - three things; Koto - things to do (to think, say, act).
    Kototama: The spiritual power of the word with the hidden meaning.
    Beginning of a new year: In those days, the beginning of the year was the 21st March, the same as the Mayan calendar. The end of the year was February where extra days were added to adjust for the cycle of the earth’s rotation. The change of the cycle of the earth’s rotation was caused by Tenpenchii.
    Ohmoto religion: There are two founders, Ideguchi Nao as holy master, and Ideguchi Ohjisaburo as the second master. It is newly-risen Shinto-type religion.
    The theory of Fractals: All things in the universe have a “Fractal” structure. Part of the diagram is similar to the whole diagram. The theory is drawing attention as a new field of physics.
    Olyhalcon: The metal used by people in Atlantis, a legendary continent believed to be now submerged under the sea. It means “shine like fire” and it is a non-corrosive material like Hihiiro-kane.
    Three Divine treasures: There are three Divine treasures regarded as the proof of the successor of Ten-no: Yatano-kagami [Yata Mirror] enshrined at the Ise shrine, Amenomurakumono-tsurugi [the sword of Amenomurakumo] enshrined at the Atsuta shrine and Yasakanino-magatama [a necklace used as a calendar] preserved at the Imperial Palace.
    Mt. Kurai: The Mountain situated at the border of Miyamura, Ohno-gun and Hagiwara-cho, Mashita-gun in the northern part of Gifu, 1,529 meters high. The mountain is the dividing range of the Japan Sea and the Pacific Ocean.
    A wooden mace: It is held in the right hand while in a ceremonial costume to show the manner of dignified state. It is originally used to write down the order of the ceremony.
    The Great Omiki: Special Sake to be offered to gods during divine ceremonies such as an enthronement ceremony. This custom can still be seen in Japan when people drink Sake during the Shinto wedding ceremony.
    Kata-dama: Spiritual power contained in the shape.
    Kotodama: Spiritual power contained in words.
    Mittoson: They are appointed by the Sumera-Mikoto to govern a nation or a region. Some Mittoson are sons (princes) and daughters (princesses) of the Sumera-Mikoto.
    Feudal system: Hayashi Michiake, the author of “Inochi no Keizai-gaku” [lit: “The Economy of Life”], calls this type of governance as “The system of ownership by God and borrowed and managed by humans.” This is the term coined for this.
    The last world journey: On behalf of Keiko Ten-no of the 12th generation of the Kanyamato dynasty, Takenouchi Sukune undertook this last journey. Considering the purpose of the tour, the journey is appropriate to be called ‘world patrol’ instead of ‘world journey.'
    The Paleolithic cave art: Primitive paintings on the walls in the caves or on the shadow of rocks drawn by primitive men of the latter half of the Paleolithic Age. Many paintings depict animals. The most famous sites are Lascone in France and Altamira in Spain.
    Las Simenia: The Paleolithic cave art in Santander province in Spain. A cigar-shaped mother ship of the Ameno-ukifune accompanied by small ship is clearly drawn.
    Palenque: Situated in the tropical jungle in the northern part of Chiapas region of Mexico. It is one of the major ruins of an ancient city in the Classical period of the Maya (300 BC - 900 BC).
    The Sun Ship: The ship used by the Sun God of ancient Egypt to crossed Heaven. In ancient Egypt, the Sun is believed to cross the sky every day on board a ship.
    The legendary flying tanks: To-oh, the first emperor of the Chinese Yin dynasty was an excellent warrior and scholar. He had flying fighting vehicles constructed. However, astonished by their great power of destruction, he did not pass them on to future generations.
    The Easter Island: There is a legend of bird humans on Easter Island situated in the South-East of the Pacific Ocean, which is famous for its mysterious gigantic Moai statues. Amongst various paintings engraved in the rocks on the island are obvious images of Ameno-ukifune.
    The clay tablets of the Jomon: (approximately 200 BC). It is called the Rope-pattern era as many earthenware pots with rope patterns were found. The clay tablets were found among these pots. There were rectangular or oval shapes. It is generally believed to have played the role of a self-protection talisman, however many mysteries remain.
    The state of the excavations: Clay tablets are usually found alongside Dogu [clay figures] or stone swords, particularly Syakoki Dogu. Thus it is believed to be somewhat related to sorcery or magical belief.
    Pictograph: Japanese characters are said to have developed from pictographs.
    Airstrip: The author later heard from an old man that the area was used as an airstrip for biplanes before WWII.
    The Seven Wonders of the World: General term of the seven ancient structures with which the people from Hellenistic period were astounded. These are a gigantic statue of Memunon, a light house in Alexandria, a mid-air garden in Babylon, the temple of Artemis in Ephesus, the statue of Zeus in Olympia, great pyramids in Egypt, the statue of Apollo in the port of Rhodes. Only the pyramids in Egypt can still be seen today.
    Ziggurat: A gigantic structure built by the ancient Sumerians. It is believed to be a sacred tower to enshrine God. The city-state of the Sumerians is built with the ziggurat as its center.
    Sumerians: The oldest tribe in the southern part of ancient Babylonia. They built a city-state such as Lagash in Ur approximately 3,000 BC and prospered.
    The Behistone inscription: A cuneiform inscription carved on a rock-face of Mt. Zagros in Iran. The inscription records the achievements of King Darius I.
    Borobudur: The relics related to Buddhism in the central region of Java Island. It is believed to be built in the 1st century. It is a nine-stepped square-shaped pyramid, 11meters in height.
    Mayan civilization: The ancient city prospered in Central America approximately in the sixth century. It prospered as the center of a city-state in the Yucatan peninsular.
    Sakai Katsutoki: (1874-1940) Born in Yamagata Prefecture. He was baptized at the age of 15 and became a Christian. Graduated from Sendai Shin Gakko, a Christian school in Sendai (the present Tohoku Gakuin University), he made a world journey. He is known as a person who advocated and attempted to substantiate the theory of “Jewish = Japanese”, that Messiah of Jewish people is the Japanese Ten-no.
    Iwasaka: It is a sacred place made of rock and was used to welcome God in ancient times.
    Ohyu stone circle: A gigantic relic of the Jomon period found in the town of Oyu, Akita Prefecture. Gigantic stones are laid out in circle around a monolithic pillar stone.
    Pyramid (Sun-Coming-God-Shrine): shrine for the coming of the Sun God.
    Hiramitto: “Pi” and “Hi” are regarded as the same sound root.
    The divided soul of God: Divided soul refers to the soul separated from the main soul. It is generally used as the term for re-inaugurating God of the main shrine at another shrine. The divided soul is also considered to have the same function as the main spirit.
    The Old Testament: Genesis, 7, The flood
    Lemuria: To explain the distribution of monkeys called ‘Lemur,’ it is assumed that the continent was located in the Indian Ocean. The name ‘Lemuria’ derived from the name of the monkeys. Further research revealed that there is a description in the Indian legends which tells the story that a paradise-like continent existed in the South Indian Ocean.
    James Churchward: An Englishman who went to India for military service in 1868, where he undertook the research on the continent of Mu upon seeing an old clay tablet shown to him by an elderly Hindu priest. In 1931 he stunned the world with the publication of his book “The Lost Continent of Mu.”
    Toroano: Ancient Mayan documents that French Christian minister Bruxells made public in “The outline of Yucatan affairs” in 1864. Many ancient Mayan documents have been destroyed as they are regarded as heathenism. The original documents of Toroano happened to have escaped the destruction and Bishop Landa who was stationed in Yucatan at that time copied and then preserved them. Therefore it is called ancient copied documents. Toroano is currently preserved at the British Museum.
    Ushitora-no Konjin [lit: “Golden God of the Northeast”]: The term derived from divination practices. It is the god who administers the “demon’s gate (northeast)” [It is the quarter lying to the northeast of one’s position and superstitiously believed to be unlucky direction]. Ideguchi of Ohmoto religion preached “Ushitorano Konjin” as the god of rebuilding and restoring the world, which is a well-known story in Japan.
    Tectonics Plate theory: Land masses on the earth shift along with the movement of earth plates which constitute the surface of the earth.
    Pangea: It is a general term of a huge land mass which originally existed on earth and then it began to separate to form the present shape.
    Alexander the Great: The King of ancient Macedonia in the 4th BC. He built a great empire throughout Greece, Egypt and Persia. His expedition to the east enabled contact between the east and west, leading to the birth of Hellenistic culture.
    Gilgamesh: The King of ancient city Ur in Mesopotamia. He is believed to be two thirds God and one third human.
    The founding Chinese emperor: The first emperor of Qui. Destroyed six regions and unified China as one nation for the first time. Although he possessed great power, after his death, the Qui dynasty was destroyed by a rebellion.
    Fuxi and Shen-Nong: Emperors of ancient China. They are two of the legendary ‘Three Emperors.’ Fuxi and Shen-Nong are known for inventing of fishing and hunting, and of agriculture, respectively.
    Water Gates of Fuxi: It is called ‘Fukushi no Suimon’ in Japanese. The current name is Fukushi which is situated in Toyama Prefecture.
    Shakyamuni Buddha: Visited Japan in the era of the 70th generation of the Fukiaezu dynasty. His bones were separated into two different burial grounds; in Mt. Bonju in Aomori Prefecture and the other at Kawanakashima in Nagano Prefecture. A sacred statue of Shakyamuni Buddha is secretly preserved at the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine.
    Mohammed: By crossing the ‘Silk road of the Seas,’ Mohammed came to Japan in the era of Suiko Ten-no (592-628 AD) of the 33rd Kanyamato dynasty. Stayed in Toyama and studied at the Koso Kotai Jingu shrine.
    Hikimaki, Ikihagi, Sakahagi: These are the type of sins committed by humans. In Shinto religious belief, sins are divided into sins towards Heaven and sins towards earth. These three sins are regarded as the sins against Heaven.
    Romulus: The founder of Rome. Believed to be born as a child of Queen Leah=Sylvia and the god of war, Mars. He was abandoned on a river along with his identical twin young brother Remus. Later he was rescued and raised by a wolf and then built the foundation of the Roman Empire.
    Ramses II: The 19th King of ancient Egypt (enthroned between 1,290 BC and 1,224 BC). The last King when Egypt prospered. As he politically oppressed and made the Israelites suffer, he was confronted by Moses and suffered various misfortunes.
    The Mitusgo-tsuka: A group of three burial mounds, which are said to be for Moses. It is now a park for tourists and is called Mose Park.
    Karara Sen-nin: A legendary hermit living in the mountains and capable of performing miracles.
    Pharisees: One of the sects of Judaism, emphasizing ancient religious precepts.
    Isukiri: In the Koran, there is a statement “It was not Jesus who was crucified on the cross.” (4-22).
    Gethsemane: It is the garden outside of the old city of Jerusalem where Jesus offered his prayers to God on the eve of his arrest by soldiers of Pilate the governor from Rome.
    The twelve disciples: Twelve disciple of Jesus appeared in the New Testament.
    An Australian: This Australian refers to an Australian Aborigine.
    Keiko Ten-no’s reign: According to the Takenouchi Documents, Jesus was born in January 5, 624 years after the era of Jinmu Ten-no.
    Divine characters: made by Takeugaya-Fukiawasezu-mihikariamatsu-hitsugiameno Sumera-Mikoto of the 1st generation of Fukiaezu dynasty.
    Tengu: There is a drawing of an actual face of a Tengu, which was found on the map of the world tour by Jesus.