Part 2: The Atlantean peoples, Chapter 10: The Jomon

Part 2: The Atlantean peoples, Chapter 10: The Jomon

Published July 23, 2009

The Jomon, from Korea, the Kingdom ofJoseon, take over Japan, and make aAtlantean territory …

DESTINATION EARTH   Book Two: The peoples

Part 2: The people of Atlantis

Chapter 10: The Jomon


The Joseon

The arrivals of the planet Atlantis Joseon settled on the Korean Peninsula around 5000 years ago … See the book first, 5 th part, Chapter 15 … They quickly realized they would be cramped … The Joseon are composed of several ethnic groups, including one of importance, with desire for independence: the Jomon … The ethnicity of the Jomon, then decided to go further … This happened about 5000 years there …


The Jomon

The Jomon have appropriated what later became the Japan … These are Atlantean, they brought with them their megaliths, cromlechs and dolmens The same in Korea … They also brought céréalisation, including rice, but also horticulture and forestry Dogu sophisticated clothing, dolls female terracotta decorated, show alone, an advanced civilization … Ceramics develops with arrival Mythology and writing are also part of their contribution, as evidenced by traces of writing, as early as 1600 BC

China and Japan

Relations more or less peaceful, were established on arrival about 5000 years ago, between the Atlanteans and the Jomon édenistes of China Mixing the two cultures is very difficult to separate, given that as in China, the texts have been compiled very late: the 7th and 8th century in Japan … And again, we have not really formal guarantees that the mythological texts of Kojiki and Nihongi, we know today, were not “corrected” since then … Also, mix in their history: writing, metallurgy, agriculture, timing, organization with a hierarchy of officials, etc. … The only sure thing: the two populations, Chinese and Japanese, have benefited from the same technical facilities, at the same times … Who brought to the next? Or were they all the same degree of civilization? Atlanteans and édenistes, there is no reason that the latter assumption is not good …


Atlantis Japan

The certainty that Japan is a land of Atlantis is evidenced by the establishment of megaliths The édenistes, made no later than the terra forming of their arrival at the Garden of Eden The Atlanteans terra formed their fields, first with the tilt of the earth and then with the comfort that could give them the megaliths, locally, everywhere they go to settle … The study of Japanese mythology, mainly the Kojiki, we will further confirm this membership


The Kojiki

The Kojiki is the oldest text now known, Japan It was written in 712 at the request of the emperor to unify Tenmu popular mythology and establish a common history, which justifies the position of the Emperor by designating it as a descendant of the gods It is divided into two parts: the cosmogony and the gods of Japan and the time of men Motoori Norinaga (1730 – 1801), doctor of Matsusaka, near the shrine of Ise, wrote the Kojiki-den: Comments on the Kojiki This work will publicize and institutionalize Japanese thought, and in 1868 will allow the restoration of the empire with the emperor Meiji The Kojiki will legitimize its position


Shinto (神道) is the official religion of Japan It would be the survival of the rites of the Jomon era … This religion has always enriched by folk beliefs inherited over time and many ethnic groups making up the rising sun … Buddhism, Confucianism or Taoism it also brought their ideologies Dissociation, especially with Buddhism began to operate in the seventh century, and officially established under the Meiji era. Shinto is based primarily on the Kojiki and the Nihon Shoki, even if the Jingiryô, and the Fudoki Kototama and other compilations yet, complete the legends and history and the philosophical thoughts … The mixture primitive Shinto worship of Shiva, sun worship and the worship of water, and all these mythologies are of Atlantean … Shinto mythology attributes the creation of Japan, Onokorojima, couple of primordial deities Izanagi and Izanami Shinto is based on respect for kami, deities or spirits that can inhabit all things, with great attention to the nature and ancestor worship The laity are ready Shinto receiving appropriate training There are four branches in Shinto: Shinto Imperial Kôshitsu, the emperor whose ascendancy the kami Amaterasu the sun State Shinto, Shinto Kokka, under the Meiji Shinto became the official religion of Japan Popular Shinto, Shinto Minkan, population mixes both Shinto and Buddhist doctrines Sectarian Shinto, Jinja Shinto, made today by over a thousand different sects!


The Kojiki, which narrates the mythological origins of Japan, is the founding text of Shintoism The deities are called kami in Japanese and their Chinese equivalent is shin To do means way or in Sino-Japanese Shinto is literally the way of the gods The most important deity is the sun that even protects against invasions The kami inspire awe They include mountains, tiger, snake, wolf, and the Emperor … There would be eight hundred million kami and Japan has the nickname Shinkoku, the land of the gods Heaven is the abode of the kami The kami are supposed to be good but there are many exceptions We pray for the kami rain or good harvests, for the coronation of the Emperor, etc. …

The practice of Shinto

The social life of Japan is steeped in Shinto Shinto transcends communion with nature, everything is sacred: the stars, rivers, the Emperor, the ancestors, famous men, etc. … In Sumo, where two giants fight looking to push out of a circle, the sport is secondary to the ritual: the wrestlers throw a handful of salt to purify the arena, they sway from one foot to the another to crush the forces of evil and the referee, dressed as a Shinto priest, comes from a family devoted to this function Noh theater, codified in the fifteenth century, is the recitation of epic legends of inspiration Shinto Ikebana, flower arrangement, is interpreted in terms of Shinto: the flowers should mark them by the three planes of heaven, man and earth The shared bathroom, O-furo, is a rite of communion with nature Shinto is the Japanese expression of their accession to the national community Participation in Shinto ceremonies of the sanctuary of their village or neighborhood mark their commitment to maintaining harmony in the life of the nation The Japanese Shinto rite in celebrating special events in the lives of individuals, community or nation In these festivals, matsuri, one looks forward to life It seeks to have a pure heart, and gratefully acknowledges that the world has fun and we hope that happiness is preserved Shinto ceremonies dedicated births and weddings 90% of marriages are celebrated according to the Japanese Shinto ritual: the symbol of the union of the spouses is to drink three times from the same cup of sake Families go to the Shrine on Sunday: you walk in the gardens by performing the rites of purification to drinking water fountains sacred in wooden cups attached to the end of long stems Shinto The pilgrimages are mostly in the mountains, seat of the kami The moral is to avoid great sins: murder, adultery, lying, etc. … Shinto is not incompatible with other religions, since it is not religious Shinto is the cement of unity of the Japanese nation

The three treasures of Shinto

Kusanagi NoTsurugi: the sword that mows the grass

No Yaata Okagami: the mirror Yasaka

No Magatama: jewels


The temple dedicated to the worship of Amaterasu at Ise is It is the temple Naiku, it houses the sacred mirror, the okagami, one of the treasures of Shinto, and only the emperor is entitled to see it … This is probably why it is uinterdit to photograph the temple … It is reached by a wooden bridge, the Uji-bashi, 100 feet long, spanning the river Isuzugawa … Everything is completely destroyed and rebuilt every 20 years, the bridge and the sanctuary … Next time it’s in 2009 …

Udo Jingu-ji

The temple Udo Jingu (鹈 戸 神宫), is a shrine dedicated to the Father of the Emperor Jimmu Tenno, the founder of Japan, which was washed with this place at birth Two volcanic rocks that surround it are honored as the breast of the mother of the Emperor Jimmu, Amaterasu, the sun goddess and the water flowing between the rocks is considered her breast milk A belief that says it promotes sacred marriage and fertility


The Nihongi

The Nihongi, also called the Nihon Shoki, was compiled under Prince Toneri (676-735) and presented to the Empress in 720 Gensho It consists of 30 books, over a genealogy that is now lost … It does not tell stories, he said only that such a day occurred such thing … It traces the history of Japan since the beginning of the world More events are similar, they are more accurate From the first emperor human Jinmu, 660 to 585 BC. J-C, the text is in the form of annals It tells what the emperor is every year … The Nihon Shoki is written in Chinese, showing political will that Japan was the equal of China …



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