Carved In Stone

Carved In Stone

Carved In Stone

The Japanese are often looked upon as somewhat obstinate and unyielding, conservative and traditional.

Like so much mythology concerning the Japanese, the constructed reality to which many have been led to believe, has been thoroughly debunked as hackneyed regurgitated drivel—the academy of stale third-hand piffle—courtesy of crumbling ivory towers—brewing and stewing conjecture and supposition as to the way the Japanese should or should not be—this constructed narrative has now been rendered obsolete.

Zombie Professors decaying universityThe Japanese have always embodied the notion to seek reason, ideas, and guidelines from Outside Worlds, internalising the findings, setting objectives for the newly acquired objects their affection—this is the Way of the Japanese.

Fortunately for the Japanese, they were able to experience 260 years of undisturbed peace at the tip of the sharpest sword in the drawer, which happened to be that of Ieyasu Tokugawa.

Tokugawa Ieyasu Through this, the Japanese manifest their essence into our Earthly World by the extraordinary will of collective super-consciousness weaving Shinto into Buddhism creating the modern Japanese—the curators of Civilization Three.

Alas, all good things must come to an end—American gunboat diplomacy mightier than the sharpest sword, thus the reign of peace came to an end at the behest of the Americans with Mammon’s eyes squarely fixed upon the treasures embedded inside Japan.

The gunboat is mightier thn the swordAfter the dust settled and industrialisation became the plan, the Japanese sent envoys to explore the new worlds—a kind of missionary, not to convert the Occxie masses to become Japanese, but to probe the world for concepts and materials to initiate the burgeoning nation of modern Japan.

The incredible story of the rise of the Japanese as the creators of Civilization Three, begins as a journey marked by an innate curiosity as to the blueprints of the outside industrialised world, and when the Iwakura mission was initiated just a few short years after the end of the Tokugawa Clan reign.

the-iwakura-missionThe Iwakura Mission was certainly imaginative when selecting the participants for this arduous fact finding mission to unknown corners of the globe.

Not only was the mission filled with aspiring diplomats and industrialists, but also included children such as Tsuda Umeko, the youngest member at just six years old, Aunty Umeko is one of the earliest pioneers in Women’s Education as the founder of Tsuda University.


The Japanese spirit of modifiability manifests as the notion of constant incremental improvement—kaizen—embodying the notion of flexibility—a sharp contrast to the misconstrued representation of the Japanese as an unmoved, cold, calculating race; thus, everything in Japan is  Carved In Stone.

In actuality, the Japanese exhibit either flexibility or rigidity according to the actual requirements of any specific situation—displaying not only the foresight of flexibility, but the acumen to ‘read the air’ while engaging in dialogue with the worm (intuition), and maintain rigidity when doing so serves their greater purpose.

Japanese person having a conversation with a personified worm, representing the 'worm of intuitionJapanese disposition in large part come from the innate understanding of two important protocols embedded inside the Japanese language for navigating the world of stories—seeing reality through two distinct lenses—tatemae & honne—imperative fundamentals to recognise the world as layers—becoming super-conscious as to the difference between “constructed reality to which everybody pays lip service” and the raw reality of any given situation.

Super consciousness

The ability of the Japanese to intuitively apply flexible or rigid protocol, according to situational awareness—the highest level of this earthly material game, and the main reason the Way of the Japanese are meticulously studied, analysed, and researched somewhat like the Japanese did at the dawn of Emperor Meiji’s industrial Japan.

As the Japanese understood the value of keeping the Japanese identity while integrating the newest technology via Occxie-land and their Age of Reason, they have successfully navigated the tricky waters of modern civilization and at great cost to the Japanese nation over several decades in the early 20th century. 

A scene contrasting old Japan with modern Japan, yet conveying a sense of hope and harmony. On one side, there's a depiction of traditional Japan

Indeed, the merging of the Japanese foundational constitution written by Shōtoku Taishi in 604, the constitution of the Meiji government, and the third document brought to the Japanese via nuclear warheads, completes the documentation as the blueprint for the future of the Japanese nation. 

An incredible journey throughout the nooks and crannies of Hardcore History, the Japanese have evolved into a nation of passionate, yet peaceful people and diligent citizens.

Unequivocally, Japanese society runs like a well oiled mechanism, going through industrialisation while coming out the other side a highly technologically advanced nation with the Yamato Spirit imprinted firmly on the sacred soil of Japan—the curators of Civilization Three.

Japanese-respect - Land Of The Rising Son

Be Another Day

Be Another Day

Be Another Day

Ohayogozaimasu—welcome to a new beginning once again.

At this point inside life’s daily stew—it is entirely up to you—pep-up, step-up to be another day.

Indeed, resetting the frequency is a daily requirement after awaking—love the dawn, it is the way.

Turn mundane morning routines from a humdrum procedure into a meditative ritual to throughly turbo charges your being into electricity into the flow of the fray.

Start with a simple, yet profound resolution—embrace the day.

Every morning, a brand new page, a story to tell, describing the reoccurring profile inside new chapters written in honour of another incredible trip into the sun—embrace the way. 


Small incremental steps leads to compounding progress—leave rumination of what may be in front and the past now far behind—let it go I say!

Life soon becomes a very personalised intimate journey, living in a truly unique process—choose to shake the surrounding molecules in your own remarkable way.

Let the morning ritual flow, see the shift in the sublime mind—dreams now starting to glow—this is the infinite gateway—the train leaves the station each morning of every day.

Living with intentional presence unleashes the power of customised rituals like a guide, an unseen muscle, strengthening progressively, a Universal Truth, in fact this is the only way.

Reframe your brain Scott AdamsEach sunup there lies the new beginning, with the choice to be architects of our destiny, rather than spectators tossed about like a battered ship adrift in our beloved Milky Way. 

Remember, from the moment of awakening, all are creators—every thought, every action, every intention consists of ΩNE’s existence—sculpting life, shaped by intentionality of personal agency and the noble notion—embrace the day.

Living in the present means truly seeing the sunrise, not just as a precursor to the day’s tasks, but as an event in itself, magnificent and worthy of attention—invoking gratitude changes the circumstance—a magical filter ya’ll could truthfully say.

A firm believer in serendipitous happenstance, ΩNE happened to stumble upon a unique book, and just like that, this new companion called out my name.

A charming name to say the least, how could interest not have been piqued to explore the 366 day of Japanese Colors.

The Japanese beauty of colors guides the reader through the four seasons exploring the charm of traditional Japanese colors over the course of a year with a weekly focus on seven different themes—facilitating a spirited morning ritual exploring the nooks and crannies of Japanese color aesthetics—embrace the day.

Not only a fascinating vivid visual experience, the opportunity to explore the origins and stories surrounding these magnificent Japanese colors also promotes language acquisition as these stories contain difficult passages and obscure kanji with a new color and fresh story—this is the essence of embracing the day.

12月30日ー丹色 ページ付きFascinatingly enough, there are colors that were once exclusive to the imperial family, and the tales of the evolution of these colors and the quirky stories behind them leads to a colorful outlook each new day.

Along with the fantastic photographs of Japan’s seasonal landscapes, this outstanding book enrich one’s life with the knowledge of these traditional colors. 

The Japanese like to dig deep, they really engage and there is a fun section at the bottom of each page called mame chishiki—deep knowledge.

Japanese Children with idea bulbReliably, the Japanese have a practical approach to life, and for each these fascinating colors, the  366 day of Japanese Colors provides the CMYK, RGB and HEX values, along with examples of color combinations, which are very practical when observing our colorful Japan surrounding those fortunate to be living here in the Land Of The Rising Son. 

This wonderful book is a magnificent guide to understanding and appreciating the traditional colors that have been a part of Japanese life and culture for centuries and to weave this elegance and the Wabi-Sabi of life into each Day of the Way.

A mystical Japanese woman in a serene meadow, bowing gracefully to the sun. She is dressed in an elegant, traditional outfit that adds to her mystical

Which Class

Which Class

Which Class

The notion of an individual’s worth being determined by a class system, or passing judgement based upon the colour of another’s skin, not the content of their character, was thoroughly rubbed out and permanently deleted in accordance with the constitution of Maggie May.

Emancipation comes in many forms*\(^o^)/*

What’s not to love about a benign neighbourhood nestled within pristine Alpine mountains, embodying such extraordinary diversity—a global microcosm smack dab in the middle of nowhere.

Salmon Arm British Columbia in the 1940s.

The immediate neighborhood included diverse clans—Minion (Ireland), Ogino (Japan), Hewko (Ukraine), Wong (Hong Kong), Filiatrault (French)—rural living, population, 5000—an even more extraordinary cosmopolitan event transpired when attending classes with our friends—Singh (Punjab), Mostafa (Egypt), and our indigenous brothers and sisters, ancestors of the Shuswap Band clan of the Secwepemc Nation—this is what is known as a divine starting line.

Were there deeply rooted pre-judgmental hoser-yokels living among the enlightened in this serene town—of course, the yokel class come from the full spectrum of all classes.

Diverse classes of people

From the micro cosmopolitan of rural Occxie-land to the homogenous island chain of Yamato Japan—the world has never looked the same—pondering life with a daily renewed idiosyncratic world view—beaming love, grace and humility from the cusp of civilization 3.0—the renewed, improved, upgraded version of our common humanity.

Understanding the significance of class and the importance of societal harmony based upon this notion has not been lost on this wayward classless boy, who due to innate human nature followed the sun to the most strict hierarchical structure in the history of the outer-verse and inner-verse—both real, surreal, and virtual.

real, surreal, and virtua

A subtle inflection concerning class structure of the Japanese, summons an inexplicable sense of incongruence, along with a subliminal unease in acknowledging Japanese class structure—yet all Japanese share this common psychological thread—leaving them in a unique position—the class of Being Japanese.

Consider the concept of mindo, which encompasses two fundamental societal standards—the standard of living and cultural standards—making human life sublime, each of equal importance, in a grand scheme of a magnificent design.

香取神宮 - Land Of The Rising Son

In this neck of the woods, the diminishment of mindo over the full spectrum of Japanese classes have eroded in a turbulent decline—haggard, wasted, scared, and frail—the time is now to initiate the renaissance plan.

Keep unpleasant immature Japanese speakers accountable for anti-social behaviour—chide the lost with purposeful reminders of the basics tenants of humanity to which all must align and adhere—plainly observable as the founding principles of Japanese societal protocol—Form Order Process.

form order process - Land Of The Rising Son

When necessary, strategically insinuate a Japanese person has low mindo in order to stigmatize them, especially those with the air of birthrights snobbery with condescending superiority.

Look the perpetrator square in the eye, and say with a smile—mido ga hijō ni hikui desu na—this will be sure to draw their attention—the sting of the truth pointing out all classless nincompoops—exposed naked is common air.

Taro Aso 民度が低いLooking Really Stupid - Land Of The Rising Son

Indeed this a stealth technique to rid your sphere of those who continue to adhere to class hierarchy delusional infection, having now manifestered into a dreadful, class depended socially destructive disease.

Ask your Japanese friends, if they know the mindo story and what it actually means—internalize these concepts with them and live life according to this theme.

Life is a result of choices, both conscious and subconscious , now the choice is clear to be or not to be, embracing fundamental tenants holds the key to become someone real.

to be or not to be - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Tied Up

Tied Up

Tied Up

Learn from the past, live in the present, plan for the future, as the old axiom so goes.

The Past:
The origin of the necktie dates back to the 30 Years’ War (1618-1648), when the French hired mercenaries who wore traditional knotted kerchiefs as part of their uniform.

Thirty_Years'_War - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Towards the end of the war, these soldiers were being reviewed by French King Louis XIV, and during this inspection, the king noticed these kerchiefs, and as capricious children do—became infatuated with them. 

From then on Louis began to adorn these kerchiefs himself at just seven years old, when this fickle immature boy made the necktie a mandatory accessory at royal gatherings. 

When having a deeper ponder on the meaning of the necktie—remember its origins are due to a mandate of a long dead seven-year old boy—the reach of his influence stifling the spirit of the necktie tribes even now in this modern day.

Boy King with Tie - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Universal Truth:
Western society has been pigeonholed to the notion of pointless fashion kitsch—conjured up by a juvenile boy-king on a sartorial whim—leading to the abject nonsensical notion of the necktie—the strangulation and compression of your airway.

Hint Mint:
The opposite of strangulation is emancipation—here the outcome can only be binary—those who continue to accept strangulation and subjugation will continue to wither and die—those who choose to live as an autonomous sovereign individual will have selected life and what it means to actualise the notion of the free. 

corporate-life - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

The Present:
The next question would then have to be:

Would you like a mask of subservience with your necktie of subjugation?

Philosophically, both are meant to oppress (citizens) and strangulate (creativity), clearly the current controversial face-mask is simply a more recent novel form of subjugation in the unprecedented tyrannical tie-up with the omnipresent necktie—never forget, mandated by a long dead seven-year old boy—telling you what to do today.

Many NeckTies - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

The ubiquitous necktie is acutely associated with corporate identification, as we can see the throngs of business people running the modern industrial machine, which is simply a different system of vested-interest tribalism.

This is where the dictum of invisible task masters is carried out by the necktied class, often at the expense of a more practical and humanistic philosophy of a harmonic global society, founded upon social harmony and cohesion, which has already been enshrined in the original constitution—the foundation of Japan and the merging of East and West—evolving into Civilization 3.0.

Modern and ancient Japan all together now  - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Unsolicited Advice:
Social cohesion can be achieved by invoking the innate notion of kaizen (incremental small improvements), while following the foundational protocol of the Japanese WayForm Order Process.

The Future:
Conceivably the next shift in paradigm would be to annihilate this Gordian knot and emancipate your own clan from the mind numbing effects of stiff collars and tight knots suffocating life force—truly understand what it means to serve an invisible master—colouring the dreams and aspiration of someone else’s life-book.

Colour Your World Your Way Everyday - Land Of The Rising Son

There is but one thing that remains immutable upon Earth today—the constant state of flux, reshuffling, and change—so the time has come now again, to remove the Shackles of the Past—emancipation from the whims of the deceased Frog boy king—enter the next state of ΩNE’s existence, and what this means for clan, community, and you.

Frog King - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Minister of Edification

Minister of Edification

Minister of Edification

Not everyone fits into the same mould, or allows the mind to be infected with mold—the age of customization of edification is now permeating throughout Earth.

Nothing quite like an incendiary device to spark ΩNE’s thirst for knowledge—those fortunate to have had a mentor/disciple relationship understands exactly what this means.

Spark to Light the Fire - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Traditional education structures which had served to modernize Earth into a globalized world, has now reached the end of its cycle—no longer serving the future.

Taking a page from the great Meiji Education reformer Mori Arinori, it is now once again time to reconfigure education—in this new paradigm known as—Enlightened Edification.

Mori Arinori - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Mori Arinori—entry into Earth atmosphere—August 23, 1847—anointed to reform and rejuvenate the Japanese education system—founded upon a visionary mixture of stylized Western and Eastern edification protocol, resulting in a nation of literate, highly motivated citizenry—forging Civilization 3.0.

Born into the Satsuma clan twenty-one years before the 1868 Meiji Restoration ended the Tokugawa Shogun’s rule, very few Japanese could have ever foreseen such an abrupt end to over two centuries of peace, or the crucial role the Satsuma clan would play in the transition to Westernized Industrialization.

Satsuma han - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Moral education in a modern society, as Mori perceived, consisted of close horizontal relationships between people free from religious dogma or other philosophy.

Mutually beneficial relations between individuals means domestic peace—otherwise, society would always be in conflict, was the dialed-in frequency of his intellectualized intuition.

Indeed, friendship is one of the most cherished characteristics of Japanese society, in what Mori considered a positive element when comparing Japanese to Western societies.

Truly, he considered friendliness the essential ingredient of the teacher’s disposition—it was the duty of the teacher to nurture mutual assistance based on friendship.

Good teacher Satsuma han - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

A teacher’s worth should not be judged from the perspective of the subject matter being taught, but valued according to the human disposition—reflected in the following three traits:

素直 (sunao)—obedience—faithfully following the regulations of the school and the instructions of the principle.

貫禄 (kanroku)—dignity—instilling a sense of self respect to undergo the rigors of training while developing character.

親愛 (shinai)—friendship—the process of cultivating good manners among human beings.

A pragmatic visionary, he recognized the right of teachers to hold personal religious and political beliefs, while warning it was unethical for teachers to impart any personal belief-systems to their students.

反面教師実例代表 - Land Of The Rising Son

Mori also advocated replacing Japanese with English as the national language while suggesting a dual-track school system.

First and foremost is the consequently important mandatory discipline of moral education in the earlier grades, instilling social cohesion and the notion to serve each other.

The higher levels of education were devoted to scientific studies based on principles of academic freedom, where the more adept student would progress as a matter of society’s flow.

Japanese feudal society - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

In order for Japan to advance, Mori believed the Japanese language should be used in ordinary daily life, and English utilized in school, as it was better suited for scientific studies.

Clearly this vision for Japan was far ahead of the times—imagine what the world would have looked like today, had Japan been a bilingual nation at the outset of the Meiji Restoration.

Japanese Imperial Family Meiji 1880 - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Within the scope of educational reform, Mori called for loyalty to the state in order for Japan to compete successfully in the international arena.

He was acutely aware that people in the West united in the defense of their Nation State when threatened—regardless of social or religious backgrounds.

Here, the major unsolved problem of the nascent industrial education system for the Japanese was how to develop a sense of nationalism through the schools, without resorting to indoctrination.

Dogma Yes or No? Land Of The Rising Son

For nurturing patriotism and the love of country, Mori turned to the historic symbolism the Japanese Imperial system—long reigning for well over 2,500 years of succession.

Further to his enlightened insight, he grasped the fundamental and critical Universal Truth—no group of people has ever been uniformly endowed with intelligence, morality, and physical development.

In order to protect the weak from the strong, societies make laws, which evolve as human intelligence improves—this is in harmony with the innate Japanese notion of gradual, incremental improvement (kaizen).


Since human inequalities will always exist, some limited form of government must be designed to serve all citizenry.

Mori felt Japanese culture also contained characteristics superior to those of Western societis, specifically fraternal love and paternalism.

Western individualism debases the culture into a form of utilitarianism, whereas the ties that bind Japanese society is based on mutual affection and consideration for others.Mutual Dependency - Land Of The Rising SonMori also held the deep conviction about the progress of Japan being depended upon two historical pillars—broad support for the Imperial tradition—independence from foreign colonial control.

These two factors would enable Japan to progress by absorbing foreign elements in the modernization process while maintaining the nation’s cultural identity.

Modern and ancient Japan all together now - Land Of The Rising Son

Despite the considerably harsh criticism of Mori’s values by traditionalists, his structure for education remained essentially in place until the postwar era.

The future of Human Civilization is clearly build upon understanding Hardcore History in the context of a constructed world, as the Japanese continue to build our nation forward, founded upon a true reflection of Japanese heritage, while internalizing all historic Edification Events—now a distant past.

Freedom Betrayed Cover - Land Ωf The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

The visionary Mori Arinori’s divine aspiration for the edification of the Japanese has been reawakened, compelling them to build a model society for all on Earth—look—learn—be.

Maggie May Way Banner - Land ΩF The Rising SΩN - cybersensei

Dividing Spoils

Dividing Spoils

Dividing Spoils

The notion of Japan held in the minds of the Occxies, is that of a very densely populated territory, residing upon meagre land.

If having ever touched down, upon the sacred ground of the Land Of The Rising Son—one comes to realize quickly—there is nothing meagre at all, about the island nation of Yamato—spiritually, mentally, nor within the finite constructed constraints of the material sludge of Japan.

map of Japan inside europe - Land Of The Rising Son

The Japanese archipelago stretches over 2,900 km with 80% of the landmass consisting of uninhabited mountain regions.

That being said, one could easily live in the exquisite mountainous regions of Japan—this is where—there is succulent rare, and sacred air, one can find plenty of delicious sansai, to share, with other clans and friends—here, there, and everywhere.

SupeRPoweR: Use these edible wild mountain plants (sansai) for topping soba noodles, among many delectable things.

The natural beauty of Japan cannot be understated.

Any occasion to explore the cryptic nooks and crannies of Japan, while soaking up this atmosphere must be seized upon immediately, as it is here where one finds the rare air.

If called to do so, one will then take an exceptional place among the thinking-mammals.

David Deutsch - Can Science Provide Ultimate Answers - The Beginning Of Infinity - Land Of The Rising Son

Here, one will have the true experience of encountering humanity in its most pure and viscerally evolved form—the civilization of the Japanese.

This ancient system has been evolving over millennia can be conceptualized as “Japan.”

In fact, the ideas of a “country” is simply a concept dolloped on top of some commonly held notions about what a country entails.

One can observe this Universal Truth in the timeless branches of Japanese eternity, which is represented by the lives of all Japanese people—living—dead—unborn—and in the lives of those whose final destination is enlightenment into the Japanese Way.

香取神宮 - Land Of The Rising Son

This is known as:

Systematic auto-genesis (Japan, the notion of the nation), at the molecular level—perpetually regenerating itself—measured in picoseconds of endless time—based upon veneration of ancestors.

Look more deeply into the cryptic nooks and crannies of Japan in order to see~

Nooks and Crannies of Japan - Land Of The Rising Son

Here, a key factor in the evolution of Japanese behaviour was a re-formulation on the notion of Japan (kaizen) starting with the Meiji Restoration.

During the Meiji Restoration, the economy was transformed from a cottage based society of artisans and craftsmen, into an industrial-scale manufacturing and exporting apparatus.

This unique phenomena is what materialized by fusing the isolated-homogenous Japanese society—founded upon Form Order Process, and amalgamating it with the civil miracle embodied in the Age of Reason.

Here now is the updated version of Japan—2.0 if you will—brought to you by its citizens, and residents who are creating the divine notion of Japan—Third Pillar of Civilization—zenith of modernization.

Third Pillar of Civilization Japan - Land Of The Rising Son

From the beginning of their miraculous industrialization, the direct support of the Japanese government has always resulted in primary areas of industry being dominated by a few huge, vertically integrated companies.

These favoured children of the System of Japan, work closely with government ministries, which innately strengthened the nation by engaging the full brunt of the extraordinary Japanese hive-mind—embodying the spirit of Form Order Process.

Think zaibatsu.

財閥 - Land Of The Rising Son

These behemoths can be observed in full splendour, when observing the stalwart Japanese enterprises carrying out global commerce today.

Within this environment, these immense companies and relevant government ministries, also collaborated to prevent competition that would disturb the System, and what the Japanese cherish the most—harmony and peace of mind.

peace of mind - Land Of The Rising Son

This system remains intact today, and the Japanese government will continue to disallow a disorderly marketplace in any which way whatsoever.

A few key players are selected to bid on, and divide up, these juicy government contracts—great gig—if you can get it.

Woodstock - Land Of The Rising Son

This may look, and sound like the win-lose protocol of the Occxie Way, but the novel idea of “crony-capitalism,” as introduced in the conspicuously American way, was thoroughly embraced and implemented in a distinctly Japanese manner according to the ancient Way.

Inside the Third Pillar of Civilization, the Japanese have successfully fine tuned the Eastern tenets of humanity (Confucianism), embedding them with the Occxie notion of “capital deployment.”

All governments with the welfare of its citizens and communities at heart, will seek to elevate its citizens, to reflect the lives of those as seen advertised on Western TV.

Have a Smoke as Advertised on TV - Land Of The Rising Son

Over the early period of industrialization, the sharing of the industrial pie was described by the word dango, which the Occxies have mis-translated as “bid-rigging.”

The actual meaning of dango is consultation, conference, or talks.

In any event, dango refers to companies in the same industry agreeing in advance as to which company is entitled to which part of the porky public pie.

When considering the Japanese, and their rationale for consequential decision making, one must take into account their DNA, which is inextricably entwined with the foundation of Yamato—Form Order Process.

The Occxies soon started with their notorious whining protocol.

American Capitalists throwing-a-tantrum - Land Of The Rising Son

The Form Order Process protocol of the Japanese, embodies the tradition of cooperation, and is only verbally expressed as dango when in fact, this simply a notional concept residing in the air.

These 3 strands of Form Order Process DNA, continues to confound the Occxie teams, even up to this very day.

Dango is innately understood as a matter of culture normalcy, and has been practised in Japan since the beginning of earthly time.

The Beginning of Time - Land Of The Rising Son

The System of Japan is not only programmed to excluded most Others, but this staid Old Boys Club, just like all other Old Boy Clubs controlling our world from behind the black curtain, does not take kindly to strangers or Mavericks and their perceived danger, whatsoever.

Bonus knowledge:

Q: Who is Mr. Inamori of Kyocera?


A: An exemplary example of the spirit of a man-on-a-mission—one could say—an original spirit, and a pioneering master—a rōnin, without the notion of dango to cloud his incredible vision as he made it along His Own Way.