Prayer Ceremony for the Water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant

12:00 noon on March 31, 2011

We held a ceremony to offer our prayer to the water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant at Office Masaru Emoto.

First, we offered our silent prayer to the victims of Eastern Japan Earthquake for one minute.

Then, Dr. Masaru Emoto led an intonement of 528Hz. According to Dr. Len Horowitz of Hawaii, this frequency is supposed to be the one connected to the universe. By using a tuning folk we sang the exact note in unison.

Next, we chanted The Grand Invocation which was proposed by the late Medical Doctor Nobuo Shioya who passed away at the age of 105.

Daidangen, “The Grand Invocation”

"Uchu no Mugen no Chikara ga Korikotte Makoto no Daiwa no Miyo ga Naninatta"
The Eternal Power of Universe has gathered itself to create a world with true and grand harmony"

After The Grand Invocation, Dr. Emoto shared his sentiment as follows.
I think the water at Fukushima Nuclear Plant is suffering a lot. The water is trying its best but it is not an easy battle.

Water is playing the main roll in all stories unfolding right now, including the great earthquake, and the accident.

Tsunami tidal wave was caused by water.
To cool down the plant in order to prevent the melt down of radiation is water.

At the same time, spreading the radioactive substances is water.

Radioactive matters were detected from our land, sea water, and even in tap water in Tokyo.

Japan is the only country that was attacked by the atomic bomb, in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

What has happened in this country may have been the alarm from the future.

We are the nation that knows how fearful the nuclear power is, based on real experience.

We have 54 nuclear power reactors in operation, and 30% of the electric power is covered by nuclear energy.

We asked all the people around the world to join in today’s prayer.

So, hundreds of thousands of people are participating in our prayer in this coming 24 hours.

They are all sending their love and gratitude to Fukushima nuclear power plant.

Let’s say the prayer words together.

“The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant, we are sorry to make you suffer.  Please forgive us.  We thank you, and we love you.”

In conclusion, let us offer our quiet prayer again for one minute.

We are truly grateful to all of you around the world for offering your sincere prayer.

Love and gratitude,
Masaru Emoto
 Above is my report on our prayer ceremony.

Masahiro Ohki
Staff member
Take Action for Japan
Emoto Peace Project

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