Sunday, June 10, 2012

I was moved by the quiet endurance of this little known religious movement...



I've never heard of Oomoto and now that I have, I'm not about to become a member. But this charming and sincere documentary reveals that these peace-loving believers are entirely worth supporting, as they seem to be completely untainted, neither by materialistic goals nor imperialistic ambitions.

So much for the Japanese Empire. Oomoto will long outlive all ersatz monarchies on earth. That's my prophecy!

Why has Japan suffered so much calamity since the end of World War II? I have no doubt it's because the Japanese people turned their backs on Mother Earth. Let this be a warning to humans everywhere.

3 comments:

cin2tan said...

@#$%^&* = bcos of jap occupation in malaya for 3.8 years , my dad went bankrupt with ALL the 'banana tree'
money filled in 5 guni-bags !!

cin2tan said...

idiotic jap @#$%^&* !

Ariel said...

I can support the goal of a peaceful, affluent and cultural life for all the world. Thanks for sharing this, Antares. I enjoyed watching the current Oomoto leader at her weaving.