Shinto: The Religion of the Ancient Sumerians

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The islands of Japan form the shape of a dragon. A metaphor ofr Tiamat perhaps? The continents, when combined, also form the same shape as Japan The islands of Japan form the shape of a dragon. A metaphor ofr Tiamat perhaps? The continents, when combined, also form the same shape as Japan

In many of the Art of Ninzuwu writings, it is suggested that what is called Shinto today, was in fact a global spiritual practice in prehistoric times. In the Yi Jing Apocrypha of Geghis Khan we read:

“Shinto is often described as the indigenous faith of the Japanese people. It is probably more correct to define Shinto as being the indigenous faith of the human race that has been…

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