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  • Bro, you should definitely check this group known as the "Tenrikyo" (天理教), it's very likely a Beelzebub-based religion in Japan, the Japanese name "Tenri" (天理) sounds alot similar to "Tengri" (Mongolian"), which is Beelzebub in Mongolian religion, "Tiandi" in Chinese (天地), all meaning "Lord of Heaven". In full, the proper name is "Tenri-Ō-no-Mikoto" (天理王命). Not to mention that Tenrikiyo followers claim that Tengri-O-no-Mikoto is the "Parent God", Beelzebub is the Patron of the Oriental race!


    @Jax911 - I think I may found the Japanese version of Tengrism

    Hail Baal Zabul, Hail Satan - and fuck me for missing out on Beltane, which is Baal Zabul's feast :(.
    Der Orientale 666
    Der Orientale 666
    That's cool!
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    "Ten” means heaven and "ri" means principle. "Tenrikyo" is a relatively new religion started by a woman named Miki Nakayama. She was inspired, conversed with God, and founded this religion. There are several religions in Japan that were established in a similar pattern during this period. I do not know if the “Tenri-O-no-Mikoto” with whom she conversed was Belzebul or not. Its doctrine was based on Shintoism and Buddhism, but broke with them, symbolizing a new era.

    I am interested in investigating Shugendo and Esoteric Buddhism. I feel these have spiritual power and systems.

    Der Orientale 666
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    Thanks for the clarification on Tenri-O-no-Mikoto. Here's another one in regards to Baal Zabul, I don't know if you found this before, Ame-no-Minakanushi (天之御中主) it seems lot more obvious than Tenri-O-no Mikoto since he is acknowledged by various East Asian spirtualists to also be the Korean Haneunim or Hwanin, and the Chinese Jade Emperor - who are in-turn, considered to also be Indra/Baalzabul by Daoists, Esoteric Buddhists, Shintos and scholars on East Asian spirituality.


    As for Tenri-O-no-Mikoto I feel that he is perhaps "another reference" to Beelzabul due to the "Parent God" and "Heaven" reference.

    As for Esoteric Buddhism, it's closer to the original Bon, given that "Buddha" is a title (with legit Pagan origins) - but from what I've seen, they tend to slander some of the Gods. Basically, remember this mantra whenever getting involved with Esoteric Buddhism - go for the exercises, the meditations and sutras, but ignore the anti-black magick and anti-Demon philosophy, and that includes any kind of portrayal of our Demons as "savage vicious evil flesh-eaters" or whatever. The Falun Gong is based off of Esoteric Buddhism and Daoism - I made a topic about some of the RHP trash they promote (to hide from the deceived eyes of the masses), look to Stormblood and STanBlank's reply: https://www.ancient-forums.com/inde...d-their-rhp-garbage-doctrine-hypocrisy.96082/
    Setsubun is the day before the beginning of spring in the old calendar in Japan. The name literally means 'seasonal division'. Setsubun is now typically held on February 3, with the day after – the first day of spring in the old calendar – known as Risshun. Both Setsubun and Risshun are celebrated yearly as part of the Spring Festival in Japan. Setsubun is accompanied by a number of rituals and traditions held at various levels to drive away the previous year's bad fortunes and evil spirits for the year to come.

    The main ritual associated with the observance of Setsubun is mamemaki. Mamemaki is an event in which roasted soybeans are thrown inside the house or at the entrance to drive away evil spirits.

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    Looking at a computer for long times inevitably causes neck and shoulder tension. I have been struggling with this problem for several years now and have found a simple way to solve it. It uses an exersize rubber, such as those sold in $1 shops. Yoga and stretching are good, but the point is to put a bit of strain on the muscles. Simply pull the rubber band from overhead to the side of the shoulder. Doing this about 10 rounds at one time, several times a day, will lighten the shoulders and neck.

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    A fire festival called Saitoyaki was recently held in my area.

    This is a festival celebrated in Japan, usually on January 14 or 15 During this local event, town or village residents burn their gate pine and other New Year's decorations, as well as to pray for good fortune in the new year.

    I took a photo with people in it to show its size.

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    Children receive sweets and adults are served Sake(rice wine). Within an hour, the bamboo tower burns down and the rice dumplings are roasted over the embers.

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    This festival, like Imbolc, celebrates the beginning of spring.
    I happened to turn on the TV and saw a programme called "Why do students clean their classrooms at school?" Then I found out that it comes from a Buddhist story.

    Suddhipanthaka was a disciple of the Buddha. He was known for being the most dim-witted of the Buddha's disciples, unable to understand the Buddha's teachings, and almost completely forgetting everything the Buddha said.

    According to legend, one day the Buddha assigned him to sweep the ground. After a long time, Suddhipanthaka said "The ground is clean, but is my mind-ground clean?" Thereupon he attained enlightenment.

    (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suddhipanthaka)

    This led to cleaning being considered a form of training in Buddhist temples, which was then passed on to the temple school (the private elementary school in the Edo period), and now students still clean their own classrooms in Japanese schools.

    Knowing JoS, I know that the story of Suddhipanthaka is a spiritual story. Cleaning the room and environment is important for hygiene, but spiritual cleaning means cleaning the chakras and aura. Yet, Japanese temples only teach people to clean their rooms and houses.

    By the way, physical and mental illnesses caused by Zen practice and meditation are called Zen illnesses in Japan. Symptoms of Zen illness include headache, nausea, chest pain, diarrhoea, constipation, cold, bloating, uncontrolled emotions, hallucinations and auditory hallucinations, which vary from person to person. Zen practitioners have suffered from Zen illness since ancient times, and the method of visualization and breathing was proposed by Zen Master Hakuin in the Edo period as a way of curing this Zen illness.(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hakuin_Ekaku)That seems like a breakthrough, but in fact it was already conveyed by the story of Suddhipanthaka.

    I am concerned that I am giving it the wrong consideration...
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