- Aug 7, 2002
Anybody heard of this ability, which I think roughly translating to writing with the mind? I read about it in the following quote:
I was born into a poor farming family. My agricultural chores made it impossible for me to advance beyond elementary school, but I studied on my own whenever I could find time. When I was 16, I had an extraordinary experience: I felt that someone other than myself was acting upon my consciousness. One day I went to a second-hand bookstore in Takayama, where I stumbled upon Fukurai Tomokichi's Clairvoyance and Nengraphy. Thumbing through it, I was astounded to discover descriptions of the very same experiences I had had.
Later, I learned that Fukurai Tomokichi was an assistant professor at Tokyo Imperial University in 1910, when he discovered nengraphy. That discovery was the direct cause of his ouster from the University by perverse, materialist scholars. Since I personally had experienced telepathic phenomena, I knew that Fukurai was right. I felt terribly sorry that he had been so cruelly treated, in spite of the fact that both clairvoyance and nengraphy are genuine. I vowed to embark on a quest for the principles behind both supernatural skills.
I continued with my studies, combining them with my farming duties. My thoughts were continually focused on finding a way to explain clairvoyance and nengraphy. At 7:00 p.m. each evening I would write down any ideas that had occurred to me that day in a notebook. In the spring of my 18th year, I was building ridges in the rice paddies, when the idea of a six-dimensional dialectic came to me. I filled 30 notebooks with my thoughts. Writing them down is a practice I maintain even today, except that I now use manuscript paper instead of notebooks.
There is a documented case in Japan of a valedictory message written on the flesh of a corpse reappearing on the body of an infant. In the U.S., Dr. Ian Stevenson published a book describing his scrupulous studies of 20 children with recollections of past lives. Thus, it would seem that reincarnation actually occurs. However, we know for certain that the DNA (one of the most significant discoveries of the 20th century) of the person who lived the past life is different from that of the person currently alive. Therefore, they are two distinctly different people. Then, what is the significance of memories of past lives? How can this inconsistency be explained?
The answers to these questions can be derived from nengraphy. The discovery of nengraphs, which were consigned to oblivion when Fukurai was driven out of academia, was a momentous one. Fukurai performed numerous successful experiments with a gifted clairvoyant named Mita Koichi. One of them involved placing two photographic plates one meter apart, and having Mita project the Chinese characters for sincerity on both of them at once. Mita felt that he had been successful in transmitting the characters. But when the plates were checked and no images were found on them, both men assumed the experiment had been a failure. Two days later, however, a public nengraphy demonstration was held. At that time, Mita was asked to project an image onto the sixth plate in a stack of 12. He obliged, and the demonstration was a success. But incredibly, the characters for sincerity, which he had attempted to project onto two plates in the previous experiment, appeared on the fifth and seventh plates!
This phenomenon showed that consciousness transcends time and space. Furthermore, the images on the fifth, sixth and seventh plates in a stack of 12 were all discrete. If light had penetrated the plates, the images would have been jumbled. However, the images were projected only onto the specified plates. Therefore, we now know that consciousness is free, purposeful energy that in no way resembles mechanical energy. The experiment in question was a public one, sponsored by a newspaper publisher, and conducted under the most rigorous of conditions.
The discovery of nengraphs demonstrated that consciousness possesses free energy. The importance of the revelation that there are two types of energy in existence — mechanical energy and free energy — cannot be overestimated. When Fukurai Tomokichi, the discoverer of nengraphy, was, incredibly, ousted from Tokyo Imperial University, nengraphy shared his fate, and has remained suppressed to this very day. Since Einstein's time, theoretical physicists have sought a unified theory of the cosmos. However, they have succeeded only in offering a unified theory of matter, which means that they are seeing no more than half the universe. Today, when science is so preponderant, even biology is heavily materialistic. This mechanistic, materialist outlook has wrought havoc on the human mind. If science continues to progress in this fashion, our minds will be further corrupted, and humans will be reduced to a bestial, demonic state.
Free energy exists in the cosmos. Life begins when mechanical energy and free energy become one. In this book, I present my concept of life, which is a harmonious amalgam of the material and the spiritual, engendered by the Life Ring (created by a union of material and volitional quarks). This concept was suggested by Dr. Fukurai's nengraphs.
In the early years of the 20th century, nengraphs were discovered and then, tragically, suppressed. But they have not languished in vain. I am certain that the materialist science of the 20th century will undergo a revolutionary transformation in the 21st century, all because of the principles on which nengraphy is based. If this book helps to accelerate that transformation in any way, I will be very grateful.
The remarkable Dr. Fukurai and those who lost their lives helping to further his work shall, along with nengraphy, live on for all eternity.