In his own words, Asahara drew up a “Japan Shambhalization Plan . This was said to be “the first step to Shambhalizing the world. … If you take part,” he explained to his readers, “you will achieve great virtue and rise to a higher world”. In a pamphlet already quoted above, it says, “For that reason Aum Shinrikyo’s plan to transform Japan into Shambhala was presented. This plan is without equal in its scope, as it wants to extend Aum’s sacred sphere throughout all of Japan, making Japan the base for the salvation of the whole world by fostering the development of multitudes of holy people. This plan cannot be realized without the help of our believers. Please come and join us!” The two journalists, David E. Kaplan and Andrew Marshall, with somewhat too little fantasy and far too restrictively see this “Shambhala project” as a plan “to open AUM offices and training centers in every major Japanese city and establish a 'Lotus Village' or utopian community where AUM members would survive Armageddon”. But whatever Asahara may have understood by this, Shambhala was for him the guiding star that led him into the abyss and that he deliberately followed. One of the songs the members of the sect had to listen to daily on headphones goes “Shambhala, Shambhala!” (Excerpt from: The Japanese Doomsday Guru Shoko Asahara and XIV. Dalai Lama)


Part 2

Victory for Shambala


How Aum Researched and Tested Electromagnetic Weapons for its Final War—in Japan, over the Australian Outback and in the Ionosphere


By Yoichi Shimatsu


 Synopsis: This article is the second part in a series on how Aum Shinrikyo sect scientists researched futuristic Electromagnetic Weapons from the post-Soviet scalar arsenal and conducted their Tesla Shield tests in West Australia. Considered here are the experiments of Aum science chief Hideo Murai and the field testing of EMW by the sect’s arms broker and climate engineer, Kiyohide Hayakawa.

Apocalyptic Predictions of His Holiness the Master Shoko Asahara, aka Chizuo Matsumoto: “The weapons used in World War III will make the atomic and hydrogen bombs look like toys. At present, the centerpiece of the Russian arsenal is called the star-reflector cannon. The United States has the Strategic Defense Initiative, and the extension of this is ‘microplasma.’” (Shoko Asahara - April 19, 1993, speech to Sapporo branch of Aurn Shinrikyo)

“The weapon charges the whole space between the weapon and the target into plasma, making it look like a solid white belt, a ‘sword.’ This is the very sword written about in the Book of Revelation. This sword will exterminate almost all living things.” (Shoko Asahara - April 17, 1993, speech to Aum’s Sendai branch)

“The conjunction of Uranus (which signifies secret weapons or improved scientific weapons) and Mars may indicate that the United States will conduct experiments with weapons somewhere again.” (Shoko Asahara - Radio broadcast, Jan. 1, 1995, predicting the start of US. Advanced testing early that year)

“There will be a final battle between Rudra Chakrin, the king of Shambala, and a foolish being called Vemacitta. The war at the end of this century is the last event seen by many prophets for the past several thousand years. When it happens, I want to fight bravely.” (Shoko Asahara - Aum radio broadcast Dec. 4, 1994 )


In the Eye of the Galaxy

Few people around the world suspect the existence of electromagnetic weapons, and most would probably disbelieve the power, accuracy and variety of these weapons. Even the scientists and engineers at the center of the world’s most powerful electronics-producing nation—Japan—were stunned to discover that long-range EM weapons with global reached were being secretly deployed by the superpowers. It happened by sheer accident, in February 1987.

The Japanese satellite called Ginga, or Galaxy, was launched that month in a high orbit, searching the skies for X-ray emissions from distant stars. But it also had another, secret mission—to detect gamma radiation from Chinese underground nuclear weapons explosions at the Lop Nor test site and Soviet nuclear tests in Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan. Such military intelligence was crucial because trans-continental air currents would carry fallout from leakage from Central Asian tests sites directly over the Japanese archipelago—an environmental and public health nightmare.

When Ginga crossed the Equator in early June, it picked up massive staccato bursts of gamma rays, at twice the frequency of stellar sources. Astronomers linked to ground control at the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science wondered if they had found some sort of mutant quasar, but the data did not come close to any known source. Then, they realized the gamma ray discharges had come from below Ginga—but below it there was just a vast body of water, far from any nuclear plant, cyclotron or test site. They contacted NASA, which ran a computer check on satellite orbits.

NASA replied that the probable source was a Russian spacecraft, Japanese scientists came to the chilling realization that another satellite in lower orbit was irradiating the ionosphere. Each time Ginga over flew the path of Cosmos 1900-- a craft that the Soviets claimed was an oceanic observation satellite—the readings were the same: massive bursts of radioactivity. Accidental leakage? Not likely because Cosmos had not been launched until 10 months after Ginga, in December 1987.


Therefore, Ginga had detected radiation-seeding by a predecessor satellite that burned on reentry, which was soon replaced by Cosmos. The Soviets were using a series of satellites to deliberately irradiate the Van Allen belts of the upper atmosphere. But why?


Ring over the Equator

What satellite Ginga stumbled upon was an electromagnetic “mirror,” a ionized reflector for transmission of low-frequency beams, which was a part of the Russian EMW arsenal. The electromagnetic technology has been used to alter the climate in the Northern Hemisphere to lessen the economic cost of Russia’s severe winters. It is also used for advanced global communications, for anti-missile defences and to induce earthquakes.


In other words, it is extremely sophisticated and dangerous technology, wide open for abuse in the wrong hands. A similar system was patented by Bernard Eastlund, former chief of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, which forms the core of the U.S. Navy’s HAARP program in Alaska. (V2, the companion article above, provides an overview on this technology.)

If this artificially ionized belt acts like a mirror, then electromagnetic waves sent from ground stations in the Southern Hemisphere would be reflected back to a roughly equal longitude and a roughly equidistant latitude in the Northern Hemisphere, and vice versa. For example, to change the weather patterns on the steppes of Kazaldistan (Nikita Khruschev’s hare-brained scheme was to grow wheat there; after initial failures, it is now one of the world’s top breadbaskets, thanks to milder weather), one would have to place a EM transmitter in the vicinity of French-controlled Kerguelen Island, south of the Indian Ocean.

The ability to focus the EM waves, however, is the most technically difficult problem, which can be solved by using two intersecting beams of scalar energy to create an interference pattern, that is, a third standing wave. This standing wave could be applied in different formats to create various electromagnetic effects or to ionize the atmospheric gases to create deadly plasma. This would account for a diversity of shapes and light effects, that is, UFOs, seen by many thousands of observers around the world that cannot be attributed to passing planes and other physical objects.

Since KAL 007 was ultimately downed by a EM pulse weapon, after it was crippled by a small air-to-air rocket, Japanese scientists could conclude that there is a major EMW station located on the Kamchatka Peninsula—and that was the real reason for the KAL 007 overflight. The point in the Southern Hemisphere that corresponds to Kamchatka is South Australia, which Kiyohide Hayakawa visited in vain (on a bogus uranium exploration mission) on his second visit Down Under.


Eventually, Hayakawa homed in on West Australia, a location that would indicate he was in contact with an EM base closer to Russia’s Manchurian and Mongolian borders, or inside North Korea. This scalar interferometer technology, reflected off the ionosphere mirror, is presumably what Asahara meant by “star-reflector cannon.”


Aum’s EM Lab

As Ginga was gathering evidence on Russian atmospheric irradiation, a graduate student at Osaka Prefectural University studied the data. One of Japan’s top X-ray astronomers, specializing in stellar X-ray emissions, Hideo Murai was also a member of the yoga training institute that would become Aum Shimikyo. His inquisitive mind, spirituality and desire to protect humanity with science was backed by immense genius—an IQ reputedly higher than Einstein’s.

Murai must have known that the mystery of an artificial radiation belt around the Equator would have devastating consequences for humankind. But he was enough of a scientist to know that to fight this sort of global madness, one had to comprehend the underlying science. He was also a good technician. His professor marveled at how Murai wrote software to crunch his electromagnetic data inside a laptop computer.

Ginga’s findings would confirm Murai’s suspicions that influential astrophysicists and nuclear physicists in the West were under the influence of occultic ideas, as promoted by several fraternal orders. He accompanied Shoko Asahara to the pyramids of Egypt in July 1987, and the Guru reassured him that ancient psychic phenomena and electromagnetic technology were inextricably linked. With his new understanding, Murai would eventually develop the now infamous electro-studded head gear that calmed brain waves, invent shields against EM weapons and would himself attempt to build the ultimate weapon for the Final War.

Murai’s search for the ultimate weapon would lead Aum’s cadres to farflung sites like the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, into the DARPA databases and to Moscow. And it would lead to his violent death, in April 1995, from abdominal knife wounds inflicted by an ethnic Korean gangster to protect the reputations and interests of some Very Important People. However independent-minded Murai may have been, Aum did not act on its own in penetrating the Russian aerospace program—the espionage program was financed and directed by Japan’s scientific, political and intelligence establishment, as detailed in earlier issues of Archipelago.

The Aum science ministry’s early research was on the periphery on EM weapons technology. For example, Murai and Toru Toyoda, the Tokyo University-educated nuclear physicist, were attempting to develop EM shields against laser-weapon attacks. Shoko Asahara believed that his driver had been repeatedly attacked by a blinding laser weapon, and the near misses had spared him from being a victim of an auto crash. He also assumed that Aum buildings were being bombarded by microwaves.

Murai developed special clothing in white cloth and gold and silver Mylar to deflect various wavelengths. This accounts for the stranger “spacemen clothing” worn by the sect members, and why the rank-and-file wore high-collared white uniforms. Murai was aware, however, that the plastic lining of metallic Mylar would melt and emit toxic fumes, if the surface was hit for an extensive period. The Aum buildings were painted white and windows of sensitive rooms were curtained with metallic Mylar.


To block visible light, Toyoda suggested aluminum panels for buildings. For longer wavelengths, he suggested the noble of gold and silver, which however transform light into heat, requiring a cooling system. Murai applied these principles to fabricate an electrically charged fine copper netting for the windshield of Asahara’s vehicle to deflect and absorb laser light and microwave beams. The driver was also order to wear reflective sunglasses or goggles.

In one of his experiments, Murai bombarded a steel wire netting with microwaves and, separately, with a laser beam. The results were predictable, considering Murai’s previous electromagnetic research on the crystal structure of iron. Aum’s infamous cremation unit, which prosecutors claimed was used to dispose of bodies of murdered sect members, was actually a microwave-plasma incinerator, a common industrial waste disposal system. (Japanese mortuaries use this system to reduce corpses to white ash, and so do waste disposal companies.)


When microwaves are reflected and focused on industrial scrap, it generates plasma inside the magnetically protected chamber. This vaporizes the organic compounds into hydrogen and carbon and transforms the metals into gases. Upon cooling the alloyed metal is separated into and recovered as pure component metals. “In the experiments with wire netting, I found that each material had its own characteristics. For example, iron wire netting produced plasma itself. The material I had put inside it burned,” Murai recalled.


This discovery led to a theoretical leap. Murai was aware of reports of spontaneous human combustion in cases like the French student who went up in flames while taking a shower at St. Marie College outside Paris, or the woman sunbathing on a Rio beach who got a bad burn that left only her teeth on the sands. Murai realized that people were being bombarded by intense microwave transmissions from relay satellites. But he suggested that these strange incidents were not merely accidents of misguided transmissions, but were actually experiments in generating plasma through microwave interference.


“(Examples of individual spontaneous combustion) is definitely some sort of experiment. The trouble with microwaves is that they cannot be focused on such a small spot because of their wavelength. If a satellite is put into stationary orbit, and a 1 –km area is targeted, an antenna about 6 km wide is required. Thus, in my opinion, it would not work at the size of a human body, but at a wider range,” he said.


Asahara then cited an example of a whole town in India suddenly being engulfed in flames. At another time, he speculated, “In Tantrayana vows, there is one that prohibits attainers from destroying villages or towns. This means that the power to destroy a town or village is obtained through Tantrayana and Vajrayana practice. I believe that only I can stop World War III.”


Murai replied that the width of a town or village conforms to the area affected by the wavelength of microwaves transmitted via a relay satellite. There was also the widely known report from the Gulf War of Iraqi soldiers being vaporized inside an underground Iraqi bunker. What made the highly focused microwave attacks possible, Murai realized, was to overlap three microwave beams to create electromagnetic interference, which ionizes the air and organic matter into an all-consuming plasma.

Shoko Asahara kept himself well-informed about the “black weapons” being developed by the superpowers, using electronics technology made in Japan. He said, “Remember the Strategic Defense Initiative? Plasma and laser weapons seemed to have vanished after the SDI program, but these weapons have become quite advanced. For example, there is a 50 kilowatt plasma weapon that can be carried inside a car and can instantly kill any living thing within 200 to 400 meters.”


The last example he cited, the ultimate car bomb, is not far-fetched, since an accident triggering of such a weapon about that time resulted in the vaporization of an auto-transport ship in the North Pacific. The news of that incident, of course, was heavily suppressed.

By March 1994, Shoko Asahara was confident enough about Murai’s research that he would say to Aum members at the Suginami branch in Tokyo: “So the Final War will not be something like a Christian fighting with a sword against a Buddhist. It will be much fiercer. What will the final war be like? Current weaponry such as nuclear bombs and chemical, laser, plasma and other weapons will probably be used in full force. There will also be an ultimate weapon that can instantly destroy an area 10 kilometers in radius has yet to appear.... the power which holds this will win.”


Such a monster weapon was on a higher level of technology than Aum possessed. After solving the initial theoretical and technical problems on pulse EM weaponry to his satisfaction and initiating research on plasma weapons, and after receiving favorable reports from Hayakawa in West Australia, Murai was ready to attempt a much bigger EM project—to build Japan’s first scalar electromagnetic interferometer, which could be modified as a so-called “earthquake machine,” as a particle-beam air-defense system to knock out ballistic missiles, a high-energy shield or the decisive instrument of mass destruction in the Final War.

In the year before the Tokyo subway gassing on March 20, 1995, Murai was close to his goal and was preparing to build a large electromagnetic weapon facility. He had on order gas lasers from Russia, presumably to build the steady-state plasma generators for standing wave experiments. Aum cadres obtained software on laser amplification technology from the NEC laser research institute in Sagamihara, and gained access to RDX (rapid detonating explosive) needed for pulse generators, from the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries facility in Hiroshima. The Aum hackers, using government-controlled networks, managed to penetrate sensitive U.S. databases.

Aum members were in contact with the Tesla Society in New York and had plans to visit the Belgrade museum where the papers of the prescient Serb-Croatian inventor Nikola Tesla are stored. Needless to say, this was merely a procedure to make certain no theoretical points were overlooked. Aum’s Russian scientists had provided detailed designs and the theoretical grounding to develop a technology more powerful even than the ultimate weapon predicted by Asahara.


“Murai had plans to build a huge research facility on one of the Aum properties,” said a senior Aum official this past summer. “But only he knew any of the actual details. All other Aum members were strictly forbidden to work on the project.”


In other words, after gathering the know-how and components for the EM weapons center, an entirely new group of scientists and technicians from various institutes and universities were slated to take over the actual R&D work. Except for Murai, Aum had to step aside. At the time, Aum’s science-related technical staff—including the nation’s brightest and best young physicists and chemists—numbered more than 270 people, that is, more than most public research institutes. But the new weapons system, built under contract, was beyond the capability of the sect scientists and would need the skills of scientists trained in secret defense programs in Japan, and likely Russia as well.

Where did Murai expect to get the finding for such a huge project? How could they pay for such an ambitious weapons-research program? The senior Aum official stated, “Ultimately, the finds came from the Japanese government though Hayakawa. Kiyohide Hayakawa (the sect’s construction minister and chief arms dealer) set up and ran several research institutes, which got most of their funding from government-funded R&D grants.”


A former Unification Church cadre, Hayakawa ran several companies that conducted research financed by semi-government foundations. He emerged as the central figure in the actual electromagnetic weapons testing conducted in West Australia.


The Green Computer

The Aum’s Australian episode was documented in detail in our predecessor publication, The Japan Times Weekly, before it was gutted. Kiyohide Hayakawa visited Australia on three occasions, and possibly approached offshore Perth for a fourth visit aboard a Soviet military vessel. Japanese police and foreign intelligence agency has revealed next to nothing has been revealed about his first two visits, except for a bogus uranium exploration mission in South Australia and his recruitment in Perth of a former Rashneesh supporter, an apparently wealthy Japanese woman, who was separated from her Australian husband.

Why such secrecy about the earlier visits? At the time, Australia was also a center of activity for two other principals in the Aum case—former Diet member Toshio Yamaguchi, the sect’s political liaison, and Shinshinto Diet member Keisuke Nakanishi, who as Defence Agency minister allegedly linked Aum’s intelligence chief Inoue to a secret organization of 700 rightwing Self-Defense Force officers and NCOs, especially those in an elite paratroop unit based in Chiba.


The pair often flew to Sydney as favourite guests and golf partners by Harunori Takahashi, the head of the EIE group, whose overseas real estate activities and shady dealings (like flying the Japanese customs chief to Hong Kong for an unspecified meeting) bankrupted the Kyowa and Anzen credit unions. Takahashi was also one of the chief financial backers of Bond University, owning much of the real estate surrounding the campus.

After Guru Asahara returned to Japan after a visit to Banjawarn sheep station, he applied for a second tourist visa, this time to visit Sydney. The visa was denied. It might also be recalled that immediately after the Tokyo subway gassing, the JAL office, Japanese consulate and JETRO office and Japanese businesses in Sydney received threatening, supposedly from Aum, obviously a warning to remain silent about what they might have known about Aum and its contacts in Australia. The fill extent of activities by the sect and its political patrons is still an evolving story.

Whatever his past activities Down Under, Hayakawa flew into Perth for his third visit in April 1993, bringing intelligence chief Inoue in tow. From there, on April 13, he was accompanied by a Japanese real estate agent to Banjawarn sheep station in the remote West Australian Outback. He was ostensibly searching for a source of uranium, though far better mining areas abounded north and east of Banjawarn. As an Australian geologist told Archipelago, the dry lakebeds of Banjawarn contained leached uranium salts but in concentrations too low for cost effective mining. Hayakawa must have had another geological purpose in mind.

After the Tokyo subway gassing, the news media suggested that Aum set up the ranch to conduct nerve gas experiments on sheep. Interviews with local residents proved this much publicized claim to be unadulterated crap. If Aum wanted to kill sheep, the job was better done in a controlled situation in Japan, without going to the trouble of smuggling nerve gas past customs or purchasing a vast range.


Curiously, the now-discredited Japanese police investigation claimed that sect chemist Masami Tsuchida made his first batch of several dozen grams of sarin, immediately before coming to Australia in the Asahara party in September 1993. If so, how could he have smuggled several grams of liquid sarin in a 1.8 liter sake bottle, as the Australian police have suggested? The sect had no self-enclosed chemical-reaction processor to separate the few grams of sarin liquid from more than a litre of solvent.

No, Hayakawa came for a much different purpose. He brought along what he called a “Green Computer” and a set of electrodes for direct electromagnetic readings from the soil. For days, he conducted EM readings and late into the nights punched in data into the green laptop, which exactly fits the description of the computing system that Murai devised during his college years. After the calculations were completed, Hayakawa decided to buy the sheep station in late April 1993.


Why did Hayakawa and Inoue spend entire nights crunching numbers on the Green Computer? According to Australian geologist Harry Mason, Hayakawa had to have been taking precise electromagnetic readings and possibly searching for interference patterns and possible local anomalies. The purpose of these calculations can be surmised from the eyewitness reports, which are briefly summarized here.

In the dark hours just after midnight on May 28, 1993, a fireball was seen by prospectors north of Banjawarn. It flew from the north toward the Banjawarn sheep station. After it disappeared beyond the horizon, a blue flash illuminated the sky, a powerful earth tremor could be felt over a radius of more than 100 miles, and then a large hemisphere of orange light, lined with a silverish glow, rose above the apparent blast site. The dome of light kept its shape for two hours, and then suddenly shut down like “someone turning off a switch,” according to a researcher in the area. Months later, residents of Sydney were awoken by an similar blast and dome of light

An article in The New York Times by William Broad, published Jan. 21 this year, focused on the blast and the flashes in the sky, but failed to note that the luminous dome-like phenomenon remained stable for two hours—unlike any natural occurrence such as a meteorite landing or a familiar human-caused event like a nuclear blast, not even a neutron bomb. No physical evidence of a nuclear blast—a crater or radioactive fallout—could be detected, ruling out a nuke or a meteorite impact.

There is only conclusion that satisfies the evidence: A Tesla shield was being demonstrated over Banjawarn and Sydney. A Tesla shield is a large electromagnetic standing wave that can protect a city or military base against missile and bomb attacks or against meteorites and electromagnetic pulses.

Were the Russians demonstrating their EMW technology to prospective Japanese clients through their agent, Kiyohide Hayakawa? Hayakawa wasn’t merely a crazy sect leader or government spy, he was actually a trained observer, a full-fledged climate engineer. In the research phase for the Weekly report on Aum’s Australian activities, the editorial staff contacted Osaka Prefectural University, where Hayakawa had done his graduate studies in “greening engineering,” specializing in anti-desertification.


At the time of his studies, in the early 1 970s, climate engineering was practically a forbidden profession, since much of its work was banned under a U.N. treaty. Following the Weekly’s revelation, the university in Osaka changed its story and reported to the Japanese press that Hayakawa had studied the innocuous art of landscape gardening!

After leaving school, Hayakawa worked for the Konoike-gumi construction company in Kobe, his hometown. Then, as a Unification Church activist, he set up several companies in Kobe, specializing in technical research, which were funded by government science grants and bank loans. In 1986, he shifted his allegiance to Aum, and brought with him millions of dollars, the companies and more than a dozen cadre. From then on, as the Aum construction minister, he ran a separate operation inside the sect.

In 1988, Hayakawa purchased a valley in Naminoson, at the foot of Mount Aso in Kyushu. The barracks-like buildings were set up in a strange configuration, in a huge circle about the diameter of the U.S. Navy’s “elephant cage” communications center on Okinawa. After a 200-person clash with alleged Soka Gakkai members shipped in from Tokyo, he was arrested and imprisoned. Soon after his release in early 1990, he entertained members of the Russian Embassy in Tokyo, and made his first of his 21 visits to Russia the following year.

One of his missions was to support a military insurrection in China, with Russian arms and provide nuclear weaponry to Taiwan. The civil war and invasion were scheduled for November 1995. It would seem that a war allying Russia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand and Japan against China could provoke a nuclear response by Beijing against Tokyo.


Before the shooting war was scheduled to start, an anti-missile shield would be considered absolutely essential, and the Tesla shield that the Russians demonstrated in Australia fit the bill perfectly. Then came the Tokyo subway gassing, which the canceled the East Asian war. Japan was still interested in the Russian technology, but after Aum was shut down, Tokyo could not purchase it covertly.

The demise of Aum did not deter Japanese scientists funded by MITI from pursuing another aspect of the West Australian EM experiments in weather control. It turned out that the desert was an excellent site for sequestering carbon dioxide, by growing vast new forests. All that is needed is rainfall—an rainmaking today is as easy as throwing a switch and bouncing energy off the electromagnetic ring above the Equator.


Satellite Ginga’s discovery opened up a whole new galaxy for Japanese scientists, at least in terms of research grants. Meanwhile, local residents in the West Australian Outback have reported dozens of UFO sightings recently, and the area’s climate has turned cooler and wetter, pleasing the scientists from Tokyo University and Tsukuba doing their anti-desertification research in the Banjawarn area.

Is Western Australia being used as a secret test site, without authorization from the local authorities, the Australian government or U.N. agencies in charge of the ENMOD treaty? Previous EM tomology (underground exploration with EM waves) experiments were conducted not far away by the French a few decade earlier. Because of its geographic position, low population density, the barrenness of the environment and electromagnetic features, the region makes an ideal test site.


And it should be recalled that former Diet member Shintaro Ishihara, a sponsor of Aum, has urged a merger of Japanese electronics industry with the Russian military program. This raises the suspicion that a new generation of EM weapons, based on scalar technology, is being test in the Outback.

But wouldn’t require people on the ground? Not to mention Aum and the Japanese scientists who followed them, local residents have repeated sighted many young Japanese males traveling singly on motorcycles through the dusty back trails of the Banjawarn area (there are hundreds of better biking trails in more hospitable and scenic parts of the continent).


These biker sightings go back to New Year’s of 1994, when a constable with the Laverton police (Laverton being the site of the aboriginal community who were intrigued by the Aum presence) found a 22-year-old Japanese male in the Outback, sitting in the 50 Celsius heat (122 Fahrenheit) with his feet in a puddle. His motorcycle had broken down and then ran out of fuel. He became dehydrated after running out of water. At the time, the unsuspecting Australian authorities allowed him to continue his journey after his hospitalization.

Later more Japanese bikers were sighted. One carried a map more detailed than any available in Australia. When queried, the motorcyclist said that he was a college student hired by a Japanese scientific research institute to conduct a detailed survey of plant life and landscape features. It can be assumed his movements were being tracked by a satellite navigation system. The extremely fine details of such studies are reminiscent of the minute analysis done by Hayakawa on the Green Computer. It is known that EM technology can easily go awry, with stupendously dangerous effects, if electromagnetic conditions on the ground are not figured into the calculation.

Climate control experiments are bad enough, but isn’t it far-fetched that they are being used merely as a cover for a secret weapons-testing project? After Asahara party left Banjawarn in the autumn of 1993, and even after the sect presence was entirely shut down in spring 1995, local residents witnessed any increasing number of strange electromagnetic phenomena in the skies over Western Australia.


The most unusual were standing columns of light that were sometimes not accompanied by cloud formations. One of these was actually caught on still photos—a glowing vertical pink line with smaller light features on either side, with strongly resembled the ominous and vast “sword” in the sky mentioned by Asahara.

In a commentary on Nostradamus, Asahara wrote an intriguing line, “After insubstantial religions with a pseudo-light, there will be a religion which produces light as the sun does, and it will change the future."


See also: Part 1 StarWars and The Final War


Further information:




The Aggressive Myth of Shambhala

The Shambhala Myth and the West

The Doomsday Guru Shoko Asahara and XIV Dalai Lama


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