Daniken: Swiss traveler and archeologist. He published a book titled ‘Chariots of the Gods‌’ in 1986, which became a best seller. Through this book, cosmic archeology began a boom worldwide in the belief that human civilizations were brought to the earth by extraterrestrial beings.
The Hitsuki Shinji: The first document completed by Okamoto Tenmei, a painter, from 1944 to 1959, through automatic writing. The Sun-Moon god has given many revelations even after his death.
Lost ten tribes: They refer to 10 of 12 tribes whose whereabouts were unknown. Those tribes disappeared from our history all of a sudden after the invasion by Assyria (except the two tribes of Judah and Benjamin).
Petrography: Rock-engraved pattern and characters. It is now understood to be language before known language existed. In Japan, Petrography is differentiated from pictographs because the latter depicts pictures.
Stone circle: Stone circle is an admixture or combination of different huge stone structures, such as Menhill (vertical structure), Arinewman (horizontal structure), Dormen (supporting structure). Stonehenge is sometimes called a stone circle which is located in England. In Japan, the Ohyu stone circle in Akaita Prefecture is well-known.
Iwakura: Place where god calmly sits. It is also written as heavenly seat or rock seat. A heavenly seat covers a more extensive area including the location of Iwasaka.
Uetsufumi Document: It consists of ancient history and life story handed down within the Mononobe family. The document was discovered in 1831 by Yukimatsu, a Japanese classical scholar from Toyogo. The document is written in divine characters (Toyokuni new characters) and many records are similar to the Takenouchi Documents.
Toyokuni characters: One of the major divine characters. Toyokuni characters were used through the entire Uetsufumi documents and mostly used for the Takenouchi Documents. There are two styles: an old style and new style. The former style is called ‘katakamuna’ which is the origin of the present Katakamuna Japanese characters.
Umashiashikabi-hikoji Sumera-Mikoto: The Joko era in the Takenouchi Documents placed many sub-generations under one generation with the same name. This name of the Sumera-Mikoto, the 12th generation of the Joko era, had 18 sub-generations. In other words, 18 sub-generations under the same succeeding name are regarded as one generation.
OPART: Abbreviation of ‘Out of Place Artifacts’. Artificial artifacts (shoes from the Triassic period) discovered in the geologic strata with animal fossils.
Rope knotted characters: It is common in Okinawa and South America to keep records using a different combination of rope and knots. In the Inca civilization ‘Keep Kayomack’, a specialized group, once ran the nation.
BP: Abbreviation of ‘Before Present’ indicating the number of previous years counting from the present time. The development of radioactive dating method such as C14 or FT method, has lead to absolute chronology which is often used in the table (see the table ‘Chronology of the appearance of earthenware’ on the previous page).
Chavin: Chavin culture flourished in north to middle Peru in early 1,000 BC. Most famous ruin is Chanbin de wantal, one of Andes civilizations.
First day of a year: In those days, the first day of a 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 the cycle of the earth’s rotation. Change in the cycle of the earth’s rotation was caused by Tenpenchii.
Holistic medicine: Holistic medicine emerged from a reflection that modern science viewed the human body mechanically. Holistic medicine is whole and complete medicine including classic medicine, Eastern medicine, psychological medicine and natural self healing power.
Fred Bell: His contact details are available in the book titled ‘The Promise’, edited by UFO researcher Brad Staiger.
Semjase: authored by Billy Eduourd Albert Meier, ‘Aus den Tiefen Kontakte mit den Plejadierm’
Michel Desmarquet: The book entitled ‘Universal Mind from [The 9th Planet]’ published in Melbourne, Victoria describes details of his abduction. His book became a best-seller in Australia.