(Several regulations as regards the organization and structure
of TEN-DOU SOU-TEN-DAN shall be eliminated from this book)
for TEN-DAN Managers
TEN-MEI passes through from RAUM via SAN-KAI to the
utmost of the
negative world (*1). There are no worlds penetrated by TEN-MEI in both
inside and outside of the macrocosm. Although the Mission center that is
the executive organ of TEN-MEI TEN-DOU SOU-TEN-DAN has been settled
since 1949 in Japan, people do not need visit Japan because Salvation
ships are already disposed all over the world.
fundamental organization of Salvation is based on SAN-BUTSU
SHUU-EN that is to say Salvation system by three major Gods …MI-ROKU,
KAN-NON (Goddess of Mercy) and TEN-NEN each Buddha respectively.
MI-ROKU Buddha is the president of TEN-BAN ( head-quarters of the
Heaven ) where controls every affairs in the macrocosm. KAN-NON
Buddha is the vice president of it. TEN-NEN Buddha is the president of
DOU-BAN (head-quarters of the Way) from where TEN-MEI comes down to
JIN-BAN (head-quarters of both Human and Spirit World: TEN-DOU
SOU-TEN-DAN). There are symbols of three Buddha in the Sanctuary,
MI-ROKU JI (in broad sense); they are consisted of Lecture hall (called
MI-ROKU JI in narrow sense), KAN-NON temple and HOKU-TO temple
(headquarter shrine of MI-ROKU JI), which accord with MI-ROKU, KAN-NON
and TEN-NEN each Buddha respectively. The Trinity in this sense is
revealed in each temple settled everywhere in the world for the sake of
public and souls to be saved.
RYOU-DOU RI-JI KAI
RYOU-DOU RI-JI KAI … the board of directors is composed of 12
directors each of which is the representative of designated soul world.
The directors are selected by the election shall be held every three years.
The eligibility for the election is limited to the TEN-DEN SHI belongs to the
specified circle decided by RI-JI KAI and the elector is limited to TEN-DEN
the first meeting new RYOU-DOU ( chairman ) and RI-JI-CHOU ( manager
or president ) shall be elected. There are KAN-JI KAI expected to be a
guardian for RI-JI KAI and another auxiliary organization SAN-JI KAI.
subordinate organization there are two departments under control of
RYOU-DOU RI-JI KAI, the secretary and the operation both divisions. The
former engages in general secretary business and the latter manages and
controls the business extended ten sections such as general affairs,
accounting, purchasing, printing, enlightening, mission, young men,
women, DAN-SHU( master of a TEN-DAN ) and KOU-DOU SHI ( instructor ).
From top to bottom, numbers of people are engaging in these businesses
of TEN-DOU everywhere day and night.
most important and urgent business is the Mission, which is capable
of increasing population to spread TEN-DOU all over the world. A plenty of
Missionary bases have been prepared for the sake of those brothers and
sisters who are always busy themselves about Mission. The bases shall
be ranked and given authorized names according to their structure how
many TEN-DAN shall be under their control. Namely, they are
JUN-SOU-DAN, KOU-DAN, JUN-KOU-DAN and DEN-DOU KAI in order of
the sake of spirit and ghost world we have two type of O-DOU (temple),
that of the first ( limited 13 ) and the second class. So-called GYOU-JA
shall never be permitted to contact with the second class O-DOU while
SHIN-JA could visit any O-DOU he likes. Recently number of second class
O-DOU has been explosively increasing not only in Japan but also in
many other countries. The more the number of second class O-DOU will
be increasing, the less the leadership of Missionary bases will be
Anybody is always welcome to O-DOU of the second
class nevertheless if
he has not yet been initiated of SAN-POU or even if he has no idea of
TEN-DOU. Any visitor is allowed to behave as he likes there. No visitor will
be heard of something about TEN-DOU from any TEN-DOU people in
O-DOU unless he makes question them something on it. If only a man will
repeat visiting O-DOU for a while, he shall be expected to know somehow
about TEN-DOU and he may happen to make up his mind to be SHIN-JA
some day. And some of SHIN-JA will certainly become to be GYOU-JA in
the near future while they are steeping themselves in the merry
atmosphere of the O-DOU. A number of new KOU-DOU-SHI shall be
appearing one after another among GYOU-JA. And many of them shall be
awoken to their appointed task to be DAN-SHU they must have promised
RAUM to be so when they were RI-TEN. Almost all the DAN-SHU must be
SHIN-JIN, and might have been selected as a member of 48,000 men of
wisdom. At last God will select TEN-DEN SHI out of DAN-SHU. But you
ought to bear in your mind that the roll of TEN-DEN SHI should not be
honorable status but the proof of his past life so full of sins that he will
never dissolve without fulfil his duty as TEN-DEN SHI. If a TEN-DEN SHI
might have failed to achieve or neglect his task, he will have to go down to
the bottom of Hell together with all of his ancestors and descendants. If
only a TEN-DEN SHI will have made a success of his business, he might
never fail to obtain an enormous reward with the honor to be ranked 3,600
According to the Command of RAUM, there have been
seven spiritual foundations in Japan since beginning of 1999, which are
symbolically revealed as the Plow (the Big Dipper) contained seven stars.
The foundations are called SEI-IN (shrine), which unite some O-DOU
(temple) around their territories. Besides these seven shrines, there are
going to reveal another six shrines among the world, which are symbols
of the stars involved in the Southern Cross group. So there are expected
thirteen Shrines shall be revealed all over the world, and that there are
consolidated the Unity of their territorial O- DOU.
the way, every Missionary bases have to settle original TEN-DAN as
public one those name shall be given later by RAUM which consists of two
Chinese letters. The preceding letter is the key word designated
according to their Ranking, and an original one follows. As for the key
word of public TEN-DAN, there are three variations shown bellow.
(1) IKU: Chinese letter is the verb to breed, which is given to the center
of Missionary foundation ( SOU-TEN-DAN class ) in some countries.
(2) HOU: The noun means Treasure in Chinese, which is given to the
center of Missionary foundation ( JUN-SOU-DAN class ) in some
(3) DOU: The noun means Way in Chinese, which is given to some
Missionary bases in local area belong to (2).
regards private TEN-DAN, they are divided broadly into two categories,
as if it were difference between public and local servant. The former are
the TEN-DAN had been opened before O-DOU began to be founded. The
latter are the TEN-DAN those opening ceremony held under their assigned
O-DOU those names are given with common key letter designated each
O-DOU. O-DOU itself has not always any original TEN-DAN, but it is
permitted to keep the same one by name which settled in its relative
O-DOU can keep an informal or imitation TEN-DAN as a
symbolic shrine of
it without name while any Missionary base ought to keep an formal one.
Every O-DOU has its substations named BUN-DOU made of various
stones in both size and shape which man can place or carry about with
him anywhere he likes. There are staying three kinds of spirits always in
BUN-DOU. First one is the spirits have been stayed in the stone since
when God knows, second one is the spirits have some connection with
the owner and come into the stone, and the last one is dispatched from
original O-DOU to guide and enlighten other sprits and ghosts which are
working something good for TEN-DOU in the stone. If some spirits bore
good fruit in their work, they might be led by a guide to O-DOU where
earlier Salvation will be expected. As soon as the vacant space might be
found, another spirits waited for the chance will come into the stone. So to
speak BUN-DOU must be small TEN-DAN … the front of Salvation … just
like an electric sweeper swallowing sprits and ghosts large or small all
over the world.