The Final Knowledge (210)

Chapter Two
【The Mad Land】

(Web page 17/58, p58)
(Book page 148~151)

To Mr. Seki Tetsuo Uta (verse) on February 13th (17)
Tsu yu ki ha na sa mu yu ki shi fu mi ko he
sa ri no mi ma e shi tsu ru ki na mu
yu ki shi ku ko e shi ku
mi ma mi ta ma ha n

This “Fukitsumuki” is known as Oo-mono-nushi of Miwa-yama in the human world. The god called himself so.

To Mr. Seki Tetsuo, the companion Uta (verse) on February 13th (18)
Yu fu ki fu tsu nu ki ta e ta ma ha n
ma mi ta ma ta e shi mu
ki shi mu no yu ki tsu
shi ru shi mi ma e ru
ka ki shi ku ta ke shi

The place decided to meet was, haruhi-no-yashiro, Kasuga shrine. “Futsunushi” told me that he was not going there. I sent timid and humble uta (verse) to “Futsunushi” who was always with me. Uta (verse) in reply immediately came.

To Mr. Seki Tetsuo Uta (verse) on February 13th (19)
Sa shi ta ru ki shi no i ha shi me shi ki shi
yu fu ki shi fu tsu ki shi ko he ki ko he shi mo
sa ki no shi ki ku ru yu u ki shi mu
sa u ra e ma mi ta ru
shi ku shi ku ki shi mu

To Mr. Seki Tetsuo, the companion Uta (verse) on February 13th (20)
So u so u shi ku ta ke ru mi ki shi
sa su ki shi no yu fu ma mi ta ra mu
sa ru ki shi ma no mi ya su he ka ra mu
mi ma e shi ma mi yu ki sa ma su ru yo ha ne

In Japanese mythology, “Futsunushi” is the sword which is supposed to belong to “Takemikazuchi”, but the summit god of ken-shin-kai (the-sword-of-god world) in shin-kai (the god world) is “Futsunushi”. In my companion’s and my image, “Futsunushi” has the dignity of an ancient warrior with gray hair and a dark face. Telling from a line, boisterous and brave, in uta (verse), “Takemikazuchi” is younger.
To shin-kai (the god world), I returned uta (verse) conveying the meaning that I would go bravely with a smile. After that, my companion’s hand moved. As before, neither a receiver nor a sender was known.

Uta (verse) on February 13th (21)
Yu fu ki ma mi e shi ka se fu ku ya shi ki

This taught me that I was ready to see. I did not know what it was, but it seemed to be the power controlling the Earth, or the source of energy. Even deities feared it.