The Second Korean War Could Break Out (Part 1)
“Edgar Cayce Looks Into the Future of North Korea”

Spiritual Messages (See note 1)- Abridged Version

Recorded February 14th, 2013

Note 1: Master Ryuho Okawa channeled these spiritual messages. However, please note that because of his high level of enlightenment, his way of receiving spiritual messages is fundamentally different from other psychic mediums who undergo trances and are completely taken over by the spirits they are channeling.

Each human soul is made up of six soul siblings, one of whom acts as the guardian spirit of the person living on earth. People living on earth are connected to their guardian spirits at the innermost subconscious level. They are a part of people’s very souls, and therefore, exact reflections of their thoughts and philosophies.

However, please note that these spiritual messages are opinions of the individual spirits and may contradict the ideas or teachings of the Happy Science Group.

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“I see flames on the Korean Peninsula.” “Japanese people are fleeing from the Korean Peninsula.”
What Cayce saw in his clairvoyant future readings might be closer than we think.

Two days after North Korea launched its third nuclear test and it proudly declared itself a country armed with nuclear weapons, on February 14th, Master Okawa recorded this ‘clairvoyant future reading’, and explored the possible fate of North Korea.

According to startling predictions about the near future, a war could break out between North and South Korea sometime between spring and fall this year and the Korean Peninsula could become a battlefield.

Master Ryuho Okawa subsequently hurried to interview the spirit of Kim Il-Sung who is honored as North Korea’s founding father. In the course of this interview, Kim Il-Sung’s surprising position in the spirit world was revealed to us, and we learned that he is giving guidance to the current North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

How should Japan react to this shocking glimpse of the future? What can we do? This future reading should be taken seriously not only by Japan but also by South Korea and the United States. In the following extract, we will introduce a portion of the unsettling content of Kim Il-Sung’s spiritual message.


For Four Years, We Have Been Issuing Warnings Regarding North Korea’s Nuclear and Other Unconventional Armaments

Before the interview, Master Okawa described the gist of these spiritual messages as follows:


“North Korea has successfully conducted its third nuclear test. It has succeeded in becoming a nuclear country.

Since last spring, the anti-nuclear movement in Japan has been gaining momentum, and the media made it look as if Japan was unanimously against nuclear power generation and for the dismantlement of its current nuclear power plants. The Happiness Realization Party desperately rallied against these false opinions while it also attempted to disperse the movement.

I already predicted that North Korea would launch nuclear missiles and threaten its neighboring countries with them. For Japan, the abolishment of nuclear power at this point is the last thing that could lead to peace – which is what the movement’s supporters are clamoring for – on the contrary, it would amount to a mass Japanese suicide.

Although we are living in a democratic state, since the citizens of Japan are headed towards a collective suicide attempt, I feel the need to alert them. I have been making them aware of the fact for six months now, and have been telling them in strong, clear language that they’re making a mistake.

If Japan had moved in the direction we suggested when we founded the Happiness Realization Party four years ago, then I think our country would have succeeded in making the necessary preparations against North Korea’s missiles and China’s hegemonic ambitions.

Prime Minister Abe has been comparatively good concerning this point, which made me happy. Yet, even if he continues to say we need to do everything we can, he has not been suggesting anything clear and concrete.

Therefore, once again, the Happiness Realization Party must mention what the Liberal Democratic Party has failed to pronounce, and should suggest concrete measures even at the risk of alienating our voters.”

After Master Okawa gave this introduction, he conducted a clairvoyant future reading with Edgar Cayce, recorded below, which contained a lot of useful information for the Japanese Ministry of Defense, the Self Defense Forces, and the ruling cabinet.

In “clairvoyant future readings”, the reader directs his consciousness to a predetermined time or a place. This allows him to provide an on-the-spot report about a specific time or place. It is an extremely advanced skill, which is without precedent in human history.

Prophecy is a sister discipline. Prophets like Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce had this skill. They could see to a certain extent what the future held in store. In this spiritual interview, we heard from Edgar Cayce who clairvoyantly foresaw the future of North Korea. He spoke through the mouth of Master Ryuho Okawa.

Part 1: A Reading on the Fate of North Korea: Edgar Cayce Looks into the Future of North Korea

In an Attempt to Counter Provocations from the North,
South Korea Will Find Itself Cornered

(about 30 seconds of silence)

E. Cayce: Let me see… I can see flames. … This is in the middle of the Korean Peninsula, probably close to the 38th parallel. The shape of the flames looks like a U…no, more like a V. Right now, I can see flames that spread across the peninsula.

(about 20 seconds of silence)

They are clashing with the South Korean troops.

— Is North Korea attacking South Korea?

E. Cayce: Both sides are attacking each other. Based on the type of fire I can see, it appears that they are using conventional weapons.

— Are U.S. troops involved?

E. Cayce: U.S. military troops will get involved in a month or so. Right now, the U.S. military is focusing all its energy on the evacuation of American citizens from the Korean Peninsula.

— Can you specify a time for these events?

E. Cayce: (about 15 seconds of silence) This is a near future sighting. These incidents will occur before the end of the year, between spring and summer, or maybe in the fall, I think…yes…around Independence Day in the United States (4th of July) or sometime close to the Upper House Elections in Japan.

Anyway, it seems that the Japanese are going to evacuate the Korean Peninsula earlier than the Americans.

They appear to be in Busan already, where they are waiting to return to Japan.

— By this time, nuclear tests have been conducted, and concrete UN sanctions have been put into effect as a consequence. Have they caused this situation to escalate to military action?

E. Cayce: Now Korea is getting extremely upset, too. If it doesn’t act fast enough, the North Koreans could drop nuclear weapons on them, which would be catastrophic. They’d like to destroy the North Korean missile bases before this could happen.

They’ve been responding to the continuous provocations from the North tit-for-tat. I cannot clearly discern which side was the first to invade.


From the Beginning, Their Attacks Have Been Aimed at the Blue House

— What is going through Kim Jong-un’s mind as this is happening?

E. Cayce: Kim Jong-un wants to unite the Korean Peninsula. As a last resort, he has the nuclear trump card up his sleeve, but the nuking of the South would mean a large-scale destruction of the Peninsula. Thus, even if he managed to unite the North and the South, Kim Jong-un would not gain much. For this reason, he only plans to use those weapons as a threat, for example, to prevent an American intervention. South Korea has a female head of state now, and Kim Jong-un is counting on South Korea to surrender.

— Is the President of South Korea simply going to take this wrongdoing and refuse to surrender?

E. Cayce: (about 5 seconds of silence) I can’t see any initiatives that directly come from the South Korean President. No, from the beginning, the North has directed most of its attacks against the Blue House.

— Are the Japanese people in Korea panicking due to the war raging there?

E. Cayce: Yes. Their reaction is a reflection on the kind of country Japan is. The Japanese feel so helpless. They had the same reaction to the big earthquake. They’re critical of this situation and are saying: “War is no good!” Yet, they are not independent enough to do anything about their feelings.


Pushing the U.S. Military Out of South Korea Would Be a Great Victory for the North!

— Has North Korea managed to occupy the South yet?

E. Cayce: If the North renders the U.S. military bases in the South powerless, it could be a great victory for them. They want the U.S. troops to withdraw to Okinawa and Guam.
In their mind, a pullout of the U.S. military from South Korea would be a strategic success.

If the North Koreans were to give the Americans enough time, the U.S. soldiers could challenge their forces. Therefore, the North Korean leadership will make swift, strategic attacks, and they won’t give them any time to counter their offensives.

The North believes this strategy could deal a fatal blow to their enemies.
The fighting has not yet reached the level of an all-out war between the countries. It is more like the beginning of an armed conflict.

This could be the beginning of the second Korean War.

— If the U.S. does not properly intervene, couldn’t this conflict turn into something like the endless civil war in Syria at some point?

E. Cayce: In the beginning, it will be similar.
Should the U.S. soldiers join the fighting after the ground war had already gotten underway, the number of casualties could go through the roof. The Obama administration would like to avoid such a scenario. The Americans will focus on the use of long distance weapons instead.

Most of the fighting will take place within a certain timeframe, but overall, as North Korea is not a developed country, it has a less disciplined approach to war than the more advanced countries. The North Koreans are going to fight and take breaks as they see fit. For a long time, the world will not be able to tell whether the conflict has come to an end or whether it is ongoing still.

The UN is likely to make some confusing statements that will exacerbate the chaos.


North Korea’s War Is a Simulation Before China Starts the Real One

— Kim Jong-un and Xi Jinping – Is Xi manipulating Kim?

E. Cayce: Xi Jinping is making North Korea take military action to find out how strong the defense department cooperation is between the countries of South Korea, Japan, and the United States, and how effectively they’ll react. I believe Xi Jinping is conducting this experiment only to get a better idea of his enemies’ true military capabilities. He will examine the quality of their counter attacks and analyze their reaction speeds. This is Xi’s art of war.

Without making his own intentions clear, Xi wants China to be the country that ends this conflict. He’d like to play the role of the grand savior. China, as mediator, will demonstrate to the world that it can control North Korea, and Xi will be certain of North Korea’s indebtedness to his nation.

China wants to know if the defense capabilities of Japan and South Korea are sound as well as get an idea of the intercept capabilities of the United States. Xi is also curious regarding the reaction times for the different parliaments and the heads of state. Xi will apply these findings from this ‘simulation’ before he starts China’s own war – the real one.


Obama’s Plan to Assassinate Kim Jong-un Will Be Difficult to Realize

— What will the long-term development of North Korea look like?

E. Cayce: The U.S. has to rethink its relationship with Japan and South Korea. The Obama administration will unfortunately not be able to take a strong stance in this respect.

Countless terrorist attacks are going to rattle the U.S. and give Americans a hard time. I don’t think Obama will have the guts to go and destroy North Korea’s nuclear bases.

He might impose sanctions that limit trade, the food supply, and financial aid. Since China secretly supports North Korea, it might look as if the North Koreans are struggling but in reality, they will not.

For a while, we are going to see a drawn-out conflict between North and South Korea like the one between Israel and Palestine.

As for the future… (about 15 seconds of silence)

I think Obama will try to have Kim Jong-un assassinated while he is still in office.

He will try to locate Kim Jong-un’s sleeping quarters and target them with a missile or surprise him with a paratroop attack. He will without a doubt attempt a similar attack on him like the one Obama ordered on Osama bin Laden.

However, this will come a little too late. By the time he decides to take action, the other side will already have taken precautions.

When Kim Jong-un’s father Kim Jong-il was alive, he was always afraid of being assassinated. On the surface, his son has had no such fears. But by the time Obama tries to make his move, Kim Jong-un will be much more careful. He will make sure that he does not become an easy target. At this stage, Obama’s plan to assassinate Kim Jong-un will be difficult to realize.

— I think North Korea hates the idea of an American or Japanese intervention in the conflict.

E. Cayce: They’ll say they can attack the American mainland and also turn Japan into a sea of fire. In fact, Japan’s own media will spread this exact message.

So I think in the end neither Japan nor the U.S. will do anything. They are going to let South Korea down, and China is going to play the role of mediator in the conflict. Everybody will take a passive stance, which includes the UN.

Cayce has also looked 5 to 10 years later in time at the situation in North Korea. Japan will still be the same. However, a lot of negative things will be happening there.


The following points also became clear in this reading:

  • What the fate of South Korea’s political leaders will be
  • How the ground war will be waged
  • What the “negative things” are that will rattle Japan in the coming 10 years
  • What Xi Jinping’s thoughts are with concern for the Senkaku Islands
  • What the reasons are for America’s hesitation to stand behind South Korea

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