Shinzo Abe – Tribute
Águas de Lindóia, July 12, 2022
We could not stop and pay our respects to Shinzo Abe, former Japanese Prime Minister, and our affection and feeling of sadness along with the Japanese people, as thousands of people took to the streets of Tokyo on July 12, 2022. We take the opportunity to publish this historic letter and our contact with the Japanese Prime Minister, as well as, in a special personal meeting in Japan in 2008, and at this moment, to observe the passing of the funeral procession of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Assassinated last week, the former head of state was cremated at a Buddhist temple.
The funeral ceremony was attended only by Abe’s family and friends. Long lines of people dressed in black were observed outside Tokyo’s Zojoji temple to bid farewell to Japan’s longest-serving prime minister.
The former prime minister was shot dead last July 8, 2022, just as the prophecy was fulfilled, during a rally in the city of Nara. The assassination occurred two days before the Senate elections, in which his party consolidated a large majority on the 12th.
The perpetrator of the shooting, Tetsuya Yamagami, according to the prophecies, was arrested shortly after shooting the former prime minister. He stated to the police that he attacked Abe because he believed him to be linked to a religious organization that would have harmed the attacker’s family.
After the tribute, the procession carrying Abe’s coffin passed by iconic sites in the Japanese capital and government symbols such as the prime minister’s official residence, known as the Kantei, and the seat of parliament. Outside the buildings, officials bowed in respect.
Akie, Abe’s widow, sat at the front of the hearse with her husband’s headstone. She returned the curtsies during the procession.
We cannot forget this sad fact, and regret what happened. We leave here registered with our simple tributes, a historical letter that was sent in 2020, among others, after this date.
Jucelino Luz Team