posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 09:18 AM
> Notes by Ge An is a prophecy by a Korean scholar and astronomer Nan
> Shigu (1509-1571). During a childhood encounter with a sage in a Korean
> mountain, Kum Kang San, Nan heard the prophecy which he was to later
> turn into a book. Notes by Ge An was unknown for nearly 450 years until
> 1986, when a Korean scholar began to investigate the books content. By
> the end of the 1980s, the book had become very popular in South Korea.
> The book states that a sage named Li will start to teach the Great Tao
> and exercises in Changchun (a city in northeast China). The book also
> alludes to Falun Gong, the Falun Emblem, as well as the persecution of
> Falun Gong practitioners in China. In addition, the prophecy says that
> Li's teachings will encompass all the various teachings present during
> that historical period of time.
> *Below are some excerpts from the book:*
> 1. The sage mentioned in the book is named after wood (Li in Chinese
> means plum tree). He has the sign of the Rabbit (born in 1951), and he
> is born in April of lunar calendar, just north of the 38th parallel.
> 2. This sage is said to be the king of all kings in heaven. People will
> refer to him as Buddha Maitreya when he descends to this world, as he
> teaches the orthodox Tao.
> 3. The 'Three Words and Two Whites' mentioned in the book refer to the
> three characters, Zhen-Shan-Ren (Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance).
> The 'Two Whites' refer to the 'White Heart and the White Body,' i.e. the
> cultivation of Xinxing (mind nature/moral quality) and the
> transformation of Benti (one's physical body and bodies in other
> 4. The book describes the Falun Emblem in great detail.
> 5. It mentions that Falun Gong has the effect of 'clearing circulation,'
> 'small clearing circulation,' and of 'unblocking the passages and
> 6. The book clearly indicates that Sage Li will start his teaching in
> Changchun (Changchun means 'green forest' in Chinese).
> 7. In the section A Statement about the Dharma Ending Period, the book
> predicts that in the summer, on July 20th, Falun Dafa will be persecuted
> by evil forces.
> 8. The book mentions that after enduring the tribulations, practitioners
> in China will see 'daylight in the future.'
> 9. It clearly indicates that after some years, the Chinese government
> will change its policy against Falun Dafa (the Great Law, the laws and
> the principles of the universe).
> 10. Those who persecute Dafa will perish forever, and the day when
> hundreds of millions of practitioners all over the world celebrate will
> eventually come. The book warns people, however, to not turn away from
> Falun Dafa because of temporary tribulations. Those who leave Dafa will
> perish and those who follow will prevail.
> 11. The Fa that Sage Li teaches is the orthodox Fa, which is flawless.
> The book clearly points out that people should study the Fa and read the
> books more.
> 12. It says that the sage will not live in the capital city, but rather
> travel to the west.
> 13. The time for the sage's teaching will not be long.
> 14. Falun Dafa practitioners will not escape from prison. They will have
> to suffer the tribulation of harsh jail terms.
> 15. The book clearly states that even though they are suffering great
> tribulations, most of the practitioners in China will be like 'birds not
> leaving the branches.' It will be hard for the government's vicious
> slander to change people's mind.
> 16. All religions during this period of time will no longer be
> effective. The only 'way out' is to attain the Dafa; praying to heaven
> everyday will not take you a single step towards heaven, chanting
> 'Buddha Amitahba' everyday will not lead you to the Paradise of Ultimate
> 17. The book describes important historical moments one by one. It also
> tells when the Dharma Ending Period will occur. People of the Dharma
> Ending Period will be destroyed by a 'strange disease.. Tobecontin