Messages to You

Plan of Sep 25, 2002

In this project, we are telling people,

Let us fill the whole planet with the highest vibration of Love and Thanks that we have ever experienced by telling gently all the water on Earth "I love you" and "Thank you".

As a concrete plan that is easy to carry out, we are proposing to have a ceremony to send our Love and Thanks to water on the 25th day of every month at a place where you live your daily life.

And then, on July 25, 2003, we are planning to have a worldwide Ceremony of Love and Thanks to Water by the Jordan River/the Sea of Galilee in Israel.

Recently, we got the following e-mail from a friend of ours.

Dr. Masaru Emoto
Mr. Yasuyuki Nemoto

I am very grateful to both of you.

This is not a business matter, but I have something that I would like you to pick up as a topic in the Project of Love and Thanks to Water. In e-mail lists and home pages on environmental issues, they have been discussing this matter for a while, so you may already know it.

In Kasama City of Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan, there is a very beautiful lake. The water contained in the lake is only spring water. It is said "Lake Mashu-ko in the Kanto area" (Note by Nemoto: Mashu-ko Lake is possibly the most beautiful and famous lake in Japan located in the Hokkaido Island, the northernmost Island of Japan. Kanto area means the broad field including Tokyo cosmopolitan area).

This lake is called "Lake Fujimi". It was privately owned, so it was almost unknown lake so far. This place was originally a quarry, and later it was closed. After a while, spring water appeared at the site, and it became a lake and damp ground with a circumference of 700 meters and an area of 30,000 square meters.

Now, a plan to fill in this beautiful lake to make facilities for industrial waste disposal is going on right now. In the coming October, the construction will start.

General citizens who want to keep this lake gathered together and started "Project of Lake Fujimi Y (Yes)".
(Note by Nemoto: Sorry this site is written in Japanese)

Y (Yes) means that they are 'in favor of' the preservation of the lake and not 'against' the construction of the facilities.

By their movement, this Lake Fujimi became known to many people, and sereval TV programs and newspapers reported about the situation of this lake.

I went there, too, and the water with a color of emerald green was so beautiful and so clear that it was as if you could see through the water to the bottom of the lake. But, now the site is closed and you cannot approach the lake itself.

Rather than opposing the construction of the facilities, I just wanted to tell about this lake to as many people as possible. So, if you could pick up this topic in your Project of Love and Thanks to Water, I would appreciate it very much.

Thank you very much.

Sunmark Publishing Company
Ryuya Saito

(Translated by Yasuyuki Nemoto)

I already read about this lake several times, because this topic was discussed in several e-mail lists. Now, we received this e-mail from our friend, we would like to take this lake as a target in our Project.

When you send your Love and Thanks to Water on the 25th day of this month (it is OK if you do this a few days later (^^;)), could you please send your Love and Thanks to this beautiful "Lake Fujimi", too?

On the following home page, you will see the photos of this lake.

Thank you very much.

Now, about our future plan. At the end of October, Yasuyuki Nemoto will enter Israel for about a week and check the area around the Sea of Galilee in preparation of the worldwide event, "Ceremony of Sending Love and Thanks to All the Water on Earth", that we are planning to have on July 25, 2003.

Water from Mt. Hermon is flowing into the Sea of Galilee (Lake Tiberius), leaving the lake as the Jordan River and finally flowing into the Dead Sea. The Sea of Galilee is a very important source of drinking water in Israel. The West Bank area is really the west bank of the Jordan River.

I would like to consider the best place for the ceremony next year by feeling the vibration of these places.

We got a lot of advise from Terayama Shin-Ichiro. We thank him very much.

Furthermore, if you have any information/advise/comment that would be useful for us to hold the worldwide ceremony next year, please tell us about it. We would appreciate it very much.

We apologize that we have not yet responded to some of e-mails that has been sent to us.

We appreciate your patience.

Last but not least, we appreciate your prayer of Love and Thanks to water and your kind cooperation to the Project of Love and Thanks to Water.

Thank you again.

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