NINTH REVELATION - MYSTERY OF SHINTOISM

Emperor Jimmu (Jinmu-Tennō) was the first Emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. He
is also known as Kamuyamato Iwarehiko no Mikoto and personally as Wakamikenu no Mikoto or Sano no Mikoto. The Imperial house of Japan traditionally based its claim to the throne on its descent from Jimmu Tenno. According to the legendary account in the Kojiki, Emperor Jimmu would have been born on February 13, 711 BC (the first day of the first month of the Chinese calendar), and died, again according to legend, on March 11, 585 BC (both dates according to the lunisolar traditional Japanese calendar). According to Shinto belief, Jimmu is regarded as a direct descendant of the sun god, Amaterasu. (Filipino: AMA – n. father; RA = Sun God meaning 'Creative Power' and 'Creator'). According to the Kojiki, Jimmu died when he was 126. This emperor's posthumous name literally means "divine might" or "god-warrior".

Kami is the Japanese word for the spirits, natural forces, or essence in the Shinto faith. Although the word is
sometimes translated as "god" or "deity", some Shinto scholars argue that such a translation can cause a misunderstanding of the term. The wide variety of usage of the word can be compared to the Sanskrit Deva and the Hebrew Elohim, which also refer to God, gods, angels or spirits. In some instances, such as Izanagi-no-Mikoto and Izanami-no-Mikoto, kami are personified deities, similar to the gods of ancient Greece or Rome. In other cases, such as those concerning the phenomenon of natural emanation, kami are the spirits dwelling in trees, or forces of nature. Kami may, at its root, simply mean "spirit", or an aspect of spirituality. It is written with the kanji " ", Sino-Japanese reading shin or jin; in Chinese, the character is used to refer to various nature spirits of traditional Chinese religion, but not to the Taoist deities or the Supreme Being. An apparently cognate form, perhaps a loanword, occurs in the Ainu language as kamuy and refers to an animistic concept very similar to Japanese kami. Following the discovery of the Jōdai Tokushu Kanazukai it is now known that the medieval word kami meaning "above" is a false cognate with the modern kami, and the etymology of "heavenly beings" is therefore incorrect. Shinto kami are located within the world and not above it. In fact, traditionally human beings like the Emperor could be kami. No need was felt to locate them beyond this world. SHINTO symbol represent’s “BALAG” in Filipino, meaning a “tabernacle”; "balag: where grape plant is grown"

In his Kojiki-den, Motoori Norinaga gave a definition of kami: "[A kami is] any thing or phenomenon that produces the emotions of fear and awe, with no distinction between good and evil." Because Japanese does not normally distinguish singular and plural in nouns, it is sometimes unclear whether kami refers to a single or multiple entities. When a singular concept is needed, "kami" or "kamisama" is used as a suffix.

KAMI = KARMA = BUDHI KAMISAMA = KAMI + SAMA KAMI = THE HOLY TRINITY
Similarly, gender is also not implied in the word kami, which can be used to refer to either male or female kami. The word "megami", meaning female kami is a relatively recent addition to the language and is rarely, if ever, used in traditional sources.

Kami are a difficult concept to translate as there is no direct similar construct in English. Kami is generally accepted to describe the innate supernatural force that is above the actions of man, the realm of the sacred, and is inclusive of gods, spirit figures, and human ancestors. All mythological creatures of the Japanese cultural tradition, of the Buddhistic tradition, Christian God, Hindu gods, Islamic Allah, various angels and demons of all faiths among others are considered Kami for the purpose of Shinto faith.

KAMI, In Filipino meaning in Tagalog/Bisaya: kam´i n. kami English: n. We (exclusive, I and others), SAMA, In Filipino meaning "One" n. the number 1: uno, isa ; JESUS = ISA = ONE 1 any person: sinuman, ang isang tao, kahit sino, iyung 2 anything: alinman, kahit alin, anuman, kahit ano, maski ano, maski alin · adj. 1 some: balang, isa, sa iba 2 joined together, united: sabay-sabay, sama-sama, iisa 3 the same: iisa, nagkakaisa, magkaisa, pareho 4 at one, in agreement or harmony: magkasundo, magkaka- sundo, magkaisa, magkakaisa 5 it is all one, it makes no difference: walang pagkakaiba, pareho 6 one and all, everyone: lahat, bawat isa 7 one by one: isa-isa

I feel the pain of GOD the Father YHWH, when "JESUS" was tried by the Sanhedrin, mocked and beaten and is condemned for making claims of being the Son of God. Just as I feel so much pain when I lost my first son JIMMU TENNO, He only live for 7 days (March 6 - 13, 2007)

KAMI = THE HOLY TRINITY KAMI = YHWH + JESUS + HOLY GHOST KAMI = RAMESES + ELOHIM + JIMMU

JESUS is the LORD
"JESUS" was tried by the Sanhedrin, mocked and beaten and is condemned for making claims of being the Son of God. Jesus already died in the cross for all of us, everybody has already been saved, the only battle WE are fighting now is "Who we choose when time comes".

"Lord JESUS Christ" always comes for "PEACE"." "HE is the TRUE PRINCE OF PEACE". "Unite the Whole World for Everlasting Peace"

FILIPINO Language is the KEY to the TRUE HISTORY of the WORLD THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE OF MAN: FILIPINO (MARINDUKE TAGALOG) & THE FILIPINOS' LOST IDENTITY

CHRISTIANS, JEWS, MUSLIMS, BUDDHIST, HINDUS AND OTHERS WHITE, BLACK, YELLOW, BROWN AND OTHERS ALL MAN'S BLOOD IS RED WE ARE ALL CHILDREN OF GOD "YHWH" KINGDOM OF "LORD JESUS CHRIST" FOR THE GLORY OF "ALMIGHTY GOD FATHER YHWH" "Glory be to the Father, to the Son, and the Holy Spirit"

Revelation of the LORD in the link below http://www.scribd.com/rans_ney http://www.scribd.com/doc/79926674/A-Message-From-God http://www.scribd.com/doc/77975262/Filipinos-Are-Among-the-Lost-Tribes-of-Israel