第二章 アジマリカンの言霊的属性 [Chapter 2 Kototama properties of Ajimarikan]

◆アジマリカン=願いを叶える言葉 [Ajimarikan = the word that grant your wishes]

 The basic property of Ajimarikan is that if you chant Ajimarikan, your wish will come true. This comes from the fact that the sound of Ajimarikan is the creative energy itself. I will explain in detail in the section on the function of “Musubi” and “phonetic manifestation of the three gods of creation” described later, but anyway, it has the property that any wish can be fulfilled.

 I have derived the logic of “Ajimarikan = God” from my ideological tendency, but regardless of that, “Ajimarikan = creative energy”, so what I imagined (thought) while chanting Ajimarikan becomes a reality. Therefore, from the standpoint of the person who chanted Ajimarikan, the following desirable things happen.

・ When driving a car in time the traffic is so busy to be not in time, but arrived in time.
・ When wanting an item and not having the money, I got as much money as I needed.
・ When going out to the balcony when it’s cloudy, it always become sunny.
・ When having a hard time at work with people I didn’t like, got a new job and it became a fun place to work.
・ When wanting to eat an apple, my friend came to play with it.
・ The chronic illness that I had been suffering from for many years has been cured.
・ Everything goes well in daily life.

◆アジマリカン=そのものズバリの神 [Ajimarikan = the decisive Kami]

 In the previous chapter, I described what I felt in my experience with Ajimarikan as “the decisive kami” because I thought that the vibration I felt with skin sensation was “Kami!”. This is my intuition, but I unconditionally called “Kami” something that I couldn’t feel before. However, it is important that my perception is correct. Just calling it “Kami” by myself means that if the true character is actually a demon, it will be an experience that I cannot laugh at.

 Therefore, it is necessary to confirm whether the “Kami” is genuine or not. What is needed in this kind of mystical experience is Saniwa (= identifying the identity of the spiritual beings that have descended). Unexpectedly few books, like me, openly talk about mystical experiences. Therefore, it is inevitable that some readers will feel that “a man named Saito is saying something like <Kami has come down to me>”.

 In fact, that has happened. When my book “Everything Turns Upside Down” was sold by an ordinary publisher (Hikaru Land, 2018), I was a little impatient with such a comment on the corresponding Amazon homepage. “It’s terrible. Doesn’t the publisher saniwa?” There is no specific indication of what is wrong with the work, and it is just a comment that blames my work.

 Such readers seem to be everywhere. Writing a book that all readers will love is a herculean task, and in effect impossible. Whenever a newcomer (but in old age) like me to publish works publicly, it was a painful case that I had to be prepared to be criticized for the content.

 I reveal my experience because I expect saniwa (= to be judged what god descended on me). If I have an acquaintance who is a professional grade saniwa, it will be possible to publish works with few mistakes. But a person like me who has worked as an engineer for decades has no psychic acquaintances and no publishing acquaintances. Therefore, it is almost impossible to judge before publishing a book.

 This is the main subject. We must determine if the existence that I perceive as “God!” is genuine. As a matter of fact, what kind of thing has come down as a result of praying “Ajimarikan”?
 The true identity of the kami who descends in “Ajimarikan” chanting is a big problem.

◆アジマリカン=とどめの神のコトタマ [Ajimarikan = The kototama of the Final Kami]

 Let’s refute the above-mentioned comment in this paper “why doesn’t the publisher saniwa?”. Guessing the true intentions of the commenters, it seems that they don’t like me. In other words, he says, “I don’t like the guy named Saito”. I think he was troublesome to write down the reason he disliked me. But I would appreciate it if he dared to tell me why (although I’m not happy). Alternatively, he himself can judge me and write the result. It’s something I don’t have, but …

 The issue I want to clarify here is “the true identity of Ajimarikan”. If the identity is decided, I think the identity of me (= Saito) will be clear. In my book “Everything Turns Upside Down”, I concluded that Ajimarikan is “the kototama (= spirit of Japanese) of the final Kami”. I defined the final Kami the “the Kami who finishes off all religions at the very end”. And I also said that “as a result, all religions will be disappeared after carrying out their role”.

 In that sense, Saito is “the messenger of the final Kami” who spreads “the final Kami” to the world. Apparently, the claim “the final god has descended to Saito” was caught by the person who commented on my book on Amazon. In addition, in the spiritual world, Rev. Onisaburo Deguchi, who is still popular, is regarded as the person to whom “the final Kami has not descended”. I do not intend to criticize Rev. Onisaburo Deguchi in the same book. However, I have stated my personal opinion that he did not embody the final Kami. He may be caught in that area as well. Master Onisaburo Deguchi did not have the final Kami, “Ajimarikan”, so the logical consequence is that he is not the last savior. If he is a follower of master Onisaburo, he could be bad-tempered.

 That may have led to the reader’s comment, “Why doesn’t the publisher saniwa?”. As the author, I think “I wanted him to say such a difficult thing to say”, but I can’t argue because there is no specific point. Readers who make such irrefutable comments are cowardly. There is a feeling that “I should let the person who wants to say it”, but I was confused because the comment was not clear at all. Let’s say, “If you want to give an opinion to other person’s book, point it out concretely without using word such as “saniwa”.

◆アジマリカン=天皇行法を構成する行法 [Ajimarikan = the ascetic practice that constitutes the Emperor’s ascetic trainings]

 My “Ajimarikan experience” is nothing but the experience of God(=Kami). Until then, no one had understood the meaning of the word “Ajimarikan”. However, it is said that a group of Ko-Shinto called Yamakage Shinto praises the great Kami Spell “Ajimarikan” every time. “Ajimarikan” is a word hidden behind a secret veil.

 Motohisa Yamakage (deceased), the former president of Yamakage Shinto, said “pray Ajimarikan” in his book “The Way of Life of Ko- Shinto– [Thoughts and Practices of Ko- Shinto]” , proves that the identity of “Ajimarikan” is genuine.

 There are two types of “Ajimarikan” notation, katakana「アジマリカン」 and hiragana「あじまりかん」, but they have no special meaning. The appearance of hiragana is felt softer, but it is exactly the same if you utter (or think), so you don’t have to be nervous about the type of kana. In the text, it is unified as katakana「アジマリカン」(in Japanese sentences only).

 Here, keep in mind that the Emperor’s ascetics is a combination of two types of training, the singing of the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan” and the “Jirei-hai (= worshiping own spirit)” that are handed down in Yamakage Shinto. I want you to memorize it. After all, “Ajimarikan” has been handed down since the time of Emperor Ojin. Dr. Sato’s “What kind of country is Japan?” P.74 has the following statement about “the Emperor’s ascetics”.

 ”The Emperor’s ascetics” was handed down from the beginning of Amaterasu Omikami (= from the era of Japanese Mythology). It is a secret method that has been played by successive emperors since the first emperor. “Sumeramikoto” (the emperor) was the one who performed this practice by himself and the “life” of that practice was incarnated in his body.
 In other words, the qualification of the emperor lies in the completion of the training of this practice. The hypostasis of the emperor was determined by this practice. Since it is so serious and mysterious, it must have been held as confidential.

 However, when the era of Emperor Ojin has come, and owing to the pressure of events inside and outside, he often lacked in the emperor’s parental decisions, he chose a psychic vassal from among his aides, made him govern and study the ascetics.
 The office’s family line has survived for about 1,600 years from that time to the present day, and has been inherited for 79 generations. Behind the emperor, the people of this family practiced their way devotedly. They constantly served the emperor.

 Since they have been served the successive emperors in the shade (= “kage” in Japanese), we call the Emperor’s ascetics “Emperor Shinto” another name “Yamakage Shinto”.
 The “mountain (=”yama” in Japanese)” is a language of the Emperor, and the “shadow (=”kage” in Japanese)” is serving behind the Emperor. Many years of study records are called a banned book confidential record, and it is strictly forbidden to see anyone outside the Emperor and his office, to this day.
 However, even for the Japanese nation, the “time of heaven” that should be announced to the world has finally arrived, and since the dawn of history of Japan, the people has become able to know this for the first time.

 From the above reports, there is no doubt that “Ajimarikan” has been chanted all the time. The “Ajimarikan”, which is said to be a great Kami’s spell, cannot be bad. If the “Ajimarikan” was bad, it would have been thrown away at some point.

◆アジマリカン≠トホカミエミタメ [Ajimarikan ≠ Tohokamiemitame]

 ”Ajimarikan” is not the only spell called the great Kami’s spell. “Tohokamiemitame” is also called the great Kami’s spell, but what is the difference from “Ajimarikan”? The great Kami’s spell contains the characters “okami(=大神)”, but the same is true for “Tohokamiemitame”. But there must be an essential difference between the two. The difference between the two is clear from the sense of pitch when actually chanting.

 First of all, the acoustic feeling when actually chanting “Ajimarikan”.


  1. “Ajimarikan” has a clear rhythm (the triple time of “Aji”, “Mari”, and “Kan”). This triple time is the waltz rhythm.
  2. “Ajimarikan” has a bright sound. There are also three “a” vowels. Positive.
  3. There is movement in “Ajimarikan”. The sound of “ri” brings a sense of rotation.
  4. It is premised that “Ajimarikan” is repeatedly chanted.
  5. “Ajimarikan” has a strong directivity like a laser beam.

 In the same way, let’s enumerate the unique sounds of “Tohokamiemitame”.

① 「トホカミエミタメ」のリズムは「トホミ」・「エミメ」の二拍子であると感じる。柱時計の振り子のリズム。「ホ」・「ミ」・「ミ」・「メ」の四拍子という捉え方もある。
② 「トホカミエミタメ」にはじわっとした響きがあるが、「薄明」の明るさである。
③ 「トホカミエミタメ」は音としての動きが少なく、籠もった感じがする。陰性。
④ 「トホカミエミタメ」を唱えると「トホカミ」が終わったところで引っかかる。繰り返し唱えることが難しい。
⑤ 「トホカミエミタメ」には「カミ」の音が含まれる割には、あまり「神」を感じない。「アジマリカン」と比較すれば優しい感じがする。やや女性的な響きである。
(1) I feel that the rhythm of “Tohokamiemitame” is a double time signature of “Tohokami” and “Emitame”. The pendulum rhythm of the wall clock. There is also a way of thinking that it is a four-beat of “Toho”, “Kami”, “Emi”, and “Tame”.
(2) “Tohokamiemitame” has a gentle sound, but it is “twilight”.
(3) “Tohokamiemitame” has little movement as a sound and feels like to be shut. negative.
(4) If you chant “Tohokamiemitame”, you will get caught at the end of “Tohokami”. Difficult to recite.
(5) Although “Tohokamiemitame” contains the sound of “Kami”, I don’t feel “kami” very much. It is felt gentle compared to “Ajimarikan”. It sounds a little feminine.

 From the above analysis results, it is assumed that the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan” had a clear design goal from the beginning. The design goal of “Ajimarikan” is as follows.

“Actuate ‘Kami’s power’ strongly, brightly and in good condition”

 This design goal is the result of reverse engineering (= extracting the design concept) the word “Ajimarikan” as a system engineer. “Tohokamiemitame” is felt feminine and gentle, but it isn’t felt as strong or bright as “Ajimarikan”, and it lacks a sense of rhythm.

 However, no matter what analysis I give, it comes from my personal feelings and experiences, not of a completely proved nature. What I can say is that each of the properties I have listed for “Ajimarikan” is highly probable. The late Motohisa Yamakage talks about the following in “The Way of Life in Shinto”.

 It is said that a mysterious miracle will occur when you recite the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan” that is handed down in Yamakage Shinto.
 In Yamakage Shinto, this great Kami’s spell is chanted during mysterious prayers. Of course, it can be chanted in daily prayer and during chinkon (= repose of soul) and meditation.

 In the above-mentioned book, Rev. Yamakage gave a number of examples of miracles that occurred by chanting “Ajimarikan”. There is no doubt that “Ajimarikan” is a kototama with mysterious power. However, he also said, “This word is an ancient tradition, and its meaning is unknown” (“The Mystery of Shinto: Thoughts and Practices of Ko- Shinto”, Shunjusha Publishing Co., Ltd., 2000).

 Dr. Sato has announced in “What kind of country is Japan?” “‘Ajimarikan’ means ‘the chief priest who bears the sins of the world’ in Hebrew”. However, it seems that Mr. Yamakage was not convinced (P.79, op.cit., “I don’t think any of them have obtained the right answer”).

◆アジマリカン=「結び」の働き [Ajimarikan = The Function of “connection” (”musubi” in Japanese)]

 拙著『日本建国の秘密 ヤコブ編』の第五章で、次のような「の法則」について書いた。
 In Chapter 5 of my book, “The Secret of the Founding of Japan, Jacob Edition”, I wrote about the following “laws of one, two, three”.

 ”Ajimarikan” expresses the creation principle with the triple time of “Aji”, “Mari”, “Kan”. It is a double syllable structure containing two phonemes for each beat.
The important elements related to the founding of Japan can be expressed in triple time as follows.


一 [One]
二 [Two]
三 [Three]
備考 [Note]
 あじ [Aji]
 まり [Mari]
 かん [Kan]
 結びのコトタマ [Kototama of connection]
  陽(高御産巣日神)[Plus(Takamimusubi-no-kami)]  陰(神産巣日神)[Minus(Kamimusubi-no-kami)]   陽陰合体の創造物 [Plus-Minus connected creations]  
 父 [Father]
 母 [Mother]
 子 [Child]
  伊耶那岐命(父) [Izanagi-no-mikoto (Father)]   伊耶那美命(母) [Izanami-no-mikoto (Mother)]  三貴子(子) [Three noble children (Child)] 筆者の『古事記』観ではこうなる [tThis is my view of Kojiki]
 イスラエル [Israel]  縄文 [Jomon]  日本国 [Japan]  ヤマト建国 [Yamato founding of a country]
アメノヒボコ=武内宿禰(父) [Ame-no-hiboko = Take-no-uchi-no-sukune (Father)] トヨ=神功皇后(母) [Toyo = Jingu-kogo (Mother)]
 応神天皇(子) [Emperor Ojin (Child)]
 皇室の発祥 [Origin of the Imperial Family]
草薙剣 [Kusanagi-no-tsurugi]  八咫鏡 [Yata-no-kagami]  八尺瓊勾玉 [Yasakani-no-magatama] 例外(勾玉は縄文時代からあった) [Exception(Magatama has existed since Jomon period)]  *三種の神器 [Three Sacred Treasures]

 There is a view that there is a lack of data to make it a law based only on these cases, but it seems that a very simple “one, two, three” rhythm dominates the event of the founding of Japan.
 For this reason, it is tempting to call the creative principle “the law of 1,2,3”. It can be understood by observing the event of the founding of Japan that the universe was created according to the simple “law of 1,2,3”. It also turns out that this seems to be something that should be understood with “hara” (= belly in Japanese) rather than with the head.

 ”Understanding with the belly” is to experience and to recognize directly. Since the secret of Kami and the mystery of the universe are included as sounds in “Ajimarikan”, I would like you to learn the truth by chanting “Ajimarikan” yourself. That’s the only right way.
  The law of 1,2,3 is that there are many patterns in which new value is created with the triple time signature of “Aji, Mari, Kan” in relation to the founding of Japan. I would like you to think that the law is not a strict one like a mathematical equation, but a kind of “kata” (=pattern) that you feel somehow.

 Here, if we paraphrase “the law of 1,2,3” as “the law of musubi(=connection)”, we can understand it better. What you can feel from this pattern is that “Japan was founded naturally”. “Naturally” can be rephrased as “as is the law of musubi(=connection)”. It can be said that the attempt of this paper was half successful if it was possible to convey that the founding of Yamato was made by “musubi” as a kind of pattern (= pattern).

 筆者が『日本建国の秘密 ヒボコ編』を書いた一つの理由は、ヤマト(=日本)建国を導いたアメノヒボコの事跡を顕彰することで、「結び」の型そのものを浮かび上がらせたかったからだ。日本建国という出来事を観察することによって、「結びの法則」の働き方が理解し易くなると考えたのである。
 One of the reasons I wrote “The Secret of the Founding of Japan, Hiboko Edition” was to make it clear that honoring the traces of Ame-no-hiboko, who led the founding of Yamato (= Japan), is the model of “musubi (=connection)” itself. I thought that observing the event of the founding of Japan would make it easier to understand how the “law of musubi (=connection)” works.

◆アジマリカンとは造化三神の音声的顕現 [Ajimarikan is the phonetic manifestation of the three Kamis(=gods) of creation]

 Since we have examined the law of musubi(=connection), if we know what musubi is, the identity of Ajimarikan will become clear. The basic principle of musubi means the work of the god’s creation of “yang (Takamimusuhi no Kami) + yin (Kamimusuhi no Kami) = creation of yang-yin union”. “Ame no Minakanushi no Kami” cannot be seen in this equation. However, theoretically, both the yang (Takamimusuhi no Kami) and the yin (Kamimusuhi no Kami) originate from the minaka(=middle) (Ame no Minakanushi no Kami), and these three Kamis are ” hitori-gami” (an invisible principle entity occupying the whole universe).

 The three Kamis(=gods) of creation are the names that grasp the three gods of Ame no  Minakanushi no Kami, Takamimusuhi no Kami, and Kamimusuhi no Kami as one. It should be understood that these three Kamis (= gods) are collectively the principle of universe creation. In other words, the Kototama of “Ajimarikan” is the sound of the three Kamis (= gods) of creation. The three Kamis (= gods) of creation are the supreme kamis (= gods) that human beings can experience and recognize by the sound of “Ajimarikan”.

 The image of the Supreme Kami (=God) cannot be seen, but it is manifested as the sound (= vibration) of “Ajimarikan”.

 This is my discovery, and in fact it was the result of my thoughts on “Ajimarikan”. Dr. Sato, who appears many times, also has the following remarks in his “What kind of country is Japan?”.

 ”The spiritual wave that comes from the whole (Ajimarikan) is received like the sound of the spirit when “Kami and human” are united and “Kami” manifests from within the human.”

 I consider this description of the doctor to be exactly the same as what I experienced. I even feel it is more accurate than my expression. It can be understood that the same divine energy actually resonates when chanting or thinking about “Ajimarikan” in this way. The Kami is the three Kamis of the creation of “Kojiki”, also known as “Daigenrei”, “Amatsu Uzuuzushi Yatsunagi Ameno Mioya no Okami”(“Shinto way of life” Motohisa Yamakage, Gakken, 2010) and so on. “Yatsunagi” included in the last long god’s name is also written as “Yatsunagi”, but the latter expresses the correct meaning. This “tsunagi” means “the connection of yang(=plus) and yin(=minus)”.

 The meaning of the word “Ajimarikan” is not clearly stated in the work of the successor, Rev. Yamakage, but it may be written in the secret book of the Yamakage family. If I have a chance, I want to check it with my own eyes. By the way, on page 125 of “Shinto’s way of life”, there is a figure in which the word “Amatsu Uzuuzushi Yatsunagi no Kamumusubi” is written as “Ajimarikan”. From this fact, there is no doubt that the true identity of the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan” is the three Kamis of creation = the highest god.

◆アジマリカン奉唱時のエネルギー場とは [What is the energy field when chanting Ajimarikan?]

 However, Rev. Yamakage in his later years seems to have forgotten the truth of “Ajimarikan”. The title of the figure says, “Abstract thoughts during meditation”, and should be out of focus and should be correctly “The work of the main kami when chanting Ajimarikan”. I would like to confirm the secret book of the Yamakage family that includes this figure.

 This is because there is a valuable property like the one shown above that tells the secret of “Ajimarikan” in his families’ secret book, but he died without knowing its value.

 The fact that the above figure remains is extremely heavy. It doesn’t matter whether he is a deceased person or an older person when it comes to correcting his mistakes in his life. Rev. Yamakage was in his dotage, and he didn’t understand the significance of the matter.

 The great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan” is a kototama in which many of the three gods of creation work, and the highest god is manifested as the sound of “Ajimarikan”. Yamakage Shinto must bet on its life and tell it. To hand down the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan” is nothing but to have been given such an important mission. However, Yamakage couldn’t solve it by himself, so he entrusted Dr. Teikichi Sato  to unravel the secret of the great god curse “Ajimarikan”.

 My family is called Yamakage Shinto, and since Emperor Ojin, we have been in charge of the “Emperor’s ascetics” and have been entrusted with the secret method of Shinto that the emperor himself practices. I’m trying hard day and night to take over the house at a young age and fulfill its mission, but after the defeat, we definitely want to introduce this not only in Japan but also internationally.
 As for the national scholars like before, they cannot achieve that purpose. At any rate, we need science, which is the core of Western culture, and the help of those who are familiar with Christianity. I believe that you are that person, so please cooperate for this day. (From “What kind of country is Japan?” by Teikichi Sato)

 山蔭師は前頁の「瞑想時の想念抽象図」という、アジマリカンの解明資料をご自身の著書『神道の生き方』に掲載しているにも拘わらず、その意味を説明できなかった。解答は図の中に、「天津渦渦志八繋之神結 Spiral Energy Field」と、明確に書かれているのである。「天津渦渦志八繋之神結」とは「造化三神による大いなる結びの作用」という意味であり、英語の”Spiral Energy Field”は「螺旋状のエネルギー場」と訳することができ、「アジマリカン」奉唱時のエネルギー場の簡明な説明になっている。
Rev. Yamakage could not explain the meaning even though he published the elucidation material of Ajimarikan called “Abstract drawing of thoughts during meditation” on the previous page in his book “Shinto way of life”. The answer is clearly written in the figure as “Amatsu Uzuuzushi Yatsunagi no Kamumusubi: Spiral Energy Field”. ” Amatsu Uzuuzushi Yatsunagi no Kamumusubi” means “the action of the great connection by the three Kamis of creation”. It is a simple explanation of the energy field when “Ajimarikan” is chanted.

 As is clear from this figure, it can be seen that the predecessor priest of Yamakage Shinto had a science-based idea. I in sciences happened to see the figure, so I understood the meaning clearly, but Rev. Motohisa Yamakage didn’t understand the meaning of the figure, so he gave it a strange title, “Abstract drawing of thoughts during meditation”. Personally, I can’t help but rush in, “The title is different!”. It is speculated that Rev. Yamakage’s predecessor (now a resident of the kami-world who left the figure in his lifetime) would have been greatly lamented when he saw his disciple’s book, “The Way of Life in Shinto”.

◆アジマリカン発祥とイスラエルの関係 [Relationship between the origin of Ajimarikan and Israel]

 According to the Old Testament, it is “Jacob = Israel”. It can be imagined that the Israeli wind (see next chapter) blew into the Japanese archipelago because “Jacob’s spirit” entered the Japanese archipelago, but it seems to have historical significance. Also, I want to know the time, and I want to know the details of the corresponding event.

 The expression “Jacob’s spirit” is purposely used because the human being Jacob died around 2000 BC. The deceased human becomes a spirit. In other words, I would like to incorporate the idea that “the spirit of Jacob was reborn in the Japanese archipelago”. The phenomenon of reincarnation of spiritual entities can be explained by considering it as a normal occurrence.

 Then, when was Jacob’s spirit reborn in the Japanese archipelago? Also, who was reborn as in history?

 In conclusion, Jacob was reborn as Amenohiboko in Kaya country around the 3rd century. On the surface, if the spirit is reborn, the memories and records of the previous life will be completely lost, and he will live a life as a different person. However, since Jacob’s spiritual substance has not been lost, it is expressed as “Jacob’s spirit.”

 拙著『日本建国の秘密 ヤコブ編』(日本建国社、2021年)には、「ヤコブ=アメノヒボコ=私」という輪廻転生の物語を書いたが、この等式に関しては注意が必要である。
 In my book, “The Secret of the Founding of Japan, Jacob Edition” (Nihon Kenkokusha, 2021), I wrote the story of reincarnation, “Jacob = Amenohiboko = I”, but caution is required regarding this equation.
 Since the mechanism of reincarnation has not yet been elucidated, it is highly likely that a simple equation does not hold. Also, the content of the equation is completely a black box at this time and cannot be proved by physical evidence or literature. It’s just a story of coherence in the world of my perception.

 Regarding reincarnation, Buddha also talks about many previous lives, but they have not been verified as correct (mostly probably created narratives). I would like to say that my previous life may have been Jacob or Amenohiboko, but at this point there is no physical or literature evidence, so it is just an imagination. However, I only talk about the imagination that Jacob and Amenohiboko were involved in the final plan of Kami, which is called “The mechanism of Ichirin(=One bit)” in Omoto.

 This matter will be discussed in detail in the next chapter, “Historical Attributes of Ajimarikan”.

第一章 私のあじまりかん体験 [Chapter 1 My “Ajimarikan” experiences]

◆「アジマリカン」と出会った頃の私的事情 [My private condition of encountering “Ajimarikan”]

 When I became 60 years old, I retired from a registered software company so far and became free. The work of the software development was just continued even if I became free. But a problem of the age became slightly big. I took the sense that own skill did not become dull “to be able to do this still more”.

 The software industry does not seem to have the idea to continue employing the programmer who passed the sixtieth birthday and came to get a pension. In the software industry of the United States, there seems to be a place of the achievement of the old programmer, but the experience level of the programmer is not considered at all in the Japanese industry. It seems that the software company does not adopt system engineer of retirement age. This is bad custom of the software development industry of Japan.

 A retirement age was announced and expected that a situation like today came to some extent when I became free. There was just such an opportunity to sometimes read “What kind of country is Japan?” (Teikichi Sato, Tama shuppan, 1979). Probably the book which I purchased in school days lied in the garret for a long term without being read but was finally recognized by me. I read the work and remembered that I knew the word “Ajimarikan” from school days. A friend at the time advocated “Ajimarikan”, remembered up to the tune of it. I came to pray for “Ajimarikan” promptly, and became an “Ajimarikan ascetic” praying “Ajimarikan” on the site of the software development.

 In the first place, I was in condition to be absorbed in religions search, I liked Kami things all the time from around 20 generations for school days. But, after I became a member of society, I went away from Kami things (For details, see my book “The Advent of Ajimarikan”). This is because the interest for what’s called established religion faded away at an early stage. Most of the Kami(= religion)-related books had been disposed, and it was in one of the pleasure that there were few that I read books about history (the Japanese ancient history in particular) mainly.

◆神=「アジマリカン」で私に飛び込んできたモノ [Kami = the entity jumped in me with “Ajimarikan”]

 大神呪「アジマリカン」と出会った私は、その当初から日々「アジマリカン」を念ずる生活に入っていた。「アジマリカン」をえて最初に驚いたのは、今まで感じたことのない霊的な波動が、「アジマリカン」の音に乗って私の身体に入ってきたことである。その時、「何だこれは! これが神というものか……」と思っていた。それまでは、神を念じたり、心の中の神に向かって祈ったりするようなことはあっても、「アジマリカン」を念じた時のような神の波動は感じたことがなかった。だから、神の波動が自分のにサッと入ってきた時には、大いに驚いたのである。
 I who met the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan” began the life to pray “Ajimarikan” every day from the first. It is that the spiritual wave that I have not felt, entered my body to a sound of “Ajimarikan” so far that was surprised to advocate “Ajimarikan” first. Then, “What’s this! This must be so to say Kami….”, I thought. Even if I prayed for Kami, even if I prayed towards Kami in the heart, and the wave of Kami when I prayed for “Ajimarikan” has not been felt till then. Therefore, I was surprised very much when the wave of Kami entered own body quickly.

 As I was not so-called medium constitution (constitution to feel the thing which is astral), I have not seen the world of soul and Kami, and I have not heard such a voice. Therefore, I have no experience to see ghosts or kamis when I went to the Shinto shrine. I might have the lucid dream of spiritual contents exceptionally. The soul like Christ (not Jesus the Sun divine spirit) came out in the dream, and an alien came out, and the fairy of the flower of the lily came out and might have dream that seemed to be a scene in previous life.

 I was interested toward the writing contents of the founders of the new religion than the physical study that I majored in in one of which had time for the school days (I was free). I did meditation of the yoga and made Zen meditation and performed the Shinsokan of “Seicho-no-ie” (“S-kai”) and the Touitsu of “Byakko-shinko-kai” (“B-kai”) of called the new religion, various ascetic practices such as the meditation of Theosophy “Ryuo-kai” habitually. Originally, I practiced them naturally as I liked the ascetic practices of such a mystery area.

 The purpose that prayed in a Shinto shrine and meditated was that “Sanmai” of the Buddhism and “Samāj” of the yoga arrived at the state of Shinjin-gouitsu (= unity with Kami) like Rev. Masahisa Goi of B-kai. But the wish was not granted in a place of another one step for school days. My religious state did not progress remarkably even after becoming a member of society.

 When I was over the sixtieth birthday, “another one step” was granted suddenly. I was enlightened by Teikichi Sato’s “What kind of country is Japan?” and it got up when I thought seriously the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan”. The thing which visited me was clearly different from Sanmai or great enlightenment of the Buddhism or Samāj of the yoga and was a rather Japanese-style experience.

◆私の「アジマリカン」体験の様相 [The aspect of my “Ajimarikan” experience]

 As for it, “this might be Kami by any chance”. The meditating practice was continued after the graduation of university, but there was not such experience of mystical occurrences. It was a kind of wave-like substance that it might be Kami (= God) which visited me. A mysterious wave jumped in me. At first there were a big surprise and a shiver.

 Only then did I think I grasped something that convince me “this is Kami (not equal to God)”. The experience may be a kind of Buddhahood, but it was different from the enlightened state of “knowing all the secrets of the universe”. The closest thing is the feeling of “becoming one with the universe.” It’s not like I’ve learned something, or I’ve been given a special ability. However, only the sense of unity with the universe was outstanding. I felt like I had lost the boundaries of my body. There was a sense of unity with the universe until then, but it was clearly different from the conventional state of consciousness in that something that felt “Kami” entered me, “this is notably important”, I thought.

 I have a kind of spiritual sensitivity, but it’s like an extension of my skin sensation. I can’t see the ghosts and I can’t hear their voice. I have neither the ability nor the experience of reading the thoughts of others, seeing through distant objects, attracting goods, visiting the spirit world and playing around. However, only the existence of spirits and kami’s can be perceived as an entity. The way of feeling such invisible entities is the feeling that “the spirit is in front of me” and “the spirit is inside me” being united with its existence.

 This is the first time I have written this detail about my own spiritual sensations and related experiences. The reason I wrote this is because the experience I had with the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan” was something I hadn’t had in the decades before. My “Ajimarikan experience” was, in a good way, an experience that betrayed my expectations. I was surprised at the intuition that “this is the kami of Zubari.” Many words “intuition” appear in the text from here, but they mean that they are my direct recognition. Please be aware of this point before proceeding.

 The Old Testament and Ajimarikan differ greatly in the way of recognizing God/Kami as follows.

旧約聖書 :神        → 預言者(外流、間接的、預言者だけ交流可能)
アジマリカン:神(コトバ)→ 斎藤 (内流、直接的、誰でも交流可能)
The Old Testament: God    prophets (Outer flowing, indirect, Only prophets can interact)
Ajimarikan  : Kami(= a word) Saito (Inner flowing, direct, Everyone can interact)

 In the Old Testament, it is called “Outer flowing”, and the word of the outer god is conveyed to the prophets. On the other hand, in the case of Saito, the word “Ajimarikan” echoes directly within me. The message from Kami is called “Inner flowing” and is recognized within me. This is a decisive difference. The mode of communication is completely different between the Old Testament era and the present day (especially in Japan), but this difference is fundamental and means that the divine entity is completely different in the first place. Which god is the real one?

 The Old Testament God is an outer god and can only interact with one prophet. On the other hand, since the god of Ajimarikan is an inner kami, anyone can interact with it. I would like to declare that “the Kami of Ajimarikan is the true God”, but let’s put it on hold for a while.

◆「アジマリカン」は活き物? 探求の旅へ…… [Is “Ajimarikan” a living thing? To the quest journey…]

 This spell “Ajimarikan” has a very mysterious nature. It has the property of being accompanied by an entity that enters and exits the body. The state in which “Ajimarikan” is in the body is accompanied by the feeling that something living (= spiritual entity) is in the body. This kind of sensation may be possible because not only I but one of the people who came to listen to my lecture talked about the experience of “something warm exists in my body”.

 Even more mysterious is the fact that the “Ajimarikan” in my body remains intact. In such a state, the entity “Ajimarikan” becomes familiar with the body and eventually becomes one. “Ajimarikan” is such a living and mysterious entity.

 私は、この自分の腹中で鳴っている存在を「神」と呼んでいる。この「神」とは、いったいどういう神なのであろうか? その答が得られれば、本論の目的は果たされる。
 This is a very strange feeling, but I always feel that the sound of “Ajimarikan” is existing in my body (= in my stomach). This “is existing in my body” is same pronunciation with “is ringing” (of course it is “naru” in Japanese).
 I call this ringing entity in my belly “Kami”. What kind of god is this “Kami”? If the answer is obtained, the purpose of this paper will be fulfilled.

 This feeling may seem like my personal outrageous feeling. However, because I feel that way, I have no choice but to write as I feel. Being like a creature in me = Ajimarikan is a Kotoba with such unprecedented characteristics. So far, it seems that many people have tried to elucidate Ajimarikan, but its meaning remains unclear. Rev. Motohisa Yamakage (deceased) of Yamakage Shinto, the successor of Ajimarikan also said, “This word is an ancient tradition, and its meaning is unknown. I think that they are missing the point of it (“The Mystery of Shinto” Shunjusha Publishing Co., Ltd., 2000).

 However, Rev. Motohisa Yamakage wrote in his book “Ichirei-Shikon” (Kasumigaseki Shobo, 1973) that “Ajimarikamu is a kototama that shows the absolute authority of Kami and is the greatest way to reveal Kami, and the power of Kami. It is a word that praises the power of Kami and expresses Kami as it is”. During that time, in 27 years, did Rev. Yamakage have any event that changed his perception of Ajimarikan?

 In this way, Ajimarikan is a kototama which meaning is unknown even in the traditional Yamakage Shinto. Nevertheless, “I can’t enumerate the stories that there were various spiritual tests by chanting this. In Yamakage Shinto, when offering spirits, praying for the activation of one’s own spirit, and at any time. It is said that if you chant this divine spell, you will naturally gain mythical power if you chant it a million times (“The Mystery of Shinto”).

 What kind of kototama is the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan”?
 Inspired by the report of Master Yamakage in “The Mystery of Shinto”, I started my quest because I wanted to find out the true identity of the great Kami’s spell “Ajimarikan”.