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Anthologies of Ancient Japanese Poetry and Mysteries Hidden in them

the 10th-degree magic square derived from two anthologies

Japanese people began composing poetry about 1500 years ago. It is a poem called waka that is peculiar to the Japanese language and is composed of 31 syllables .

Many anthologies of this poem were compiled by the Imperial command in ancient times. Two of them are literally called the Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets and the Fine Poems by One Hundred Poets. They were both compiled in the Heian Era (late 8th century). The famous poet named Teika Fujiwara took a lead in editing them. It is said that certain mysteries hidden in these anthologies have long been past down to the present time through initiation and that the Imperial Household has been deeply involved in it.

Recent study has revealed that one of such mysteries is a 10th -degree magic square consisting of one hundred whole numbers that is regarded as a difficult problem of the advanced mathematics. This indicates that Teika Fujiwara was an outstanding mathematician as well as excellent poet.  This amazing study was done by Mr. Akira Ohta,  a Japanese researcher on the ancient history.  The fruit of his research was published in his book “Code of  the Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets:  Secret of a 10th-degree Magic Square hidden in Waka“. Unfortunately, its English edition is unavailable at present.


My intuition indicates that the 10th-degree magic square is not the ultimate mystery hidden in the above-mentioned anthologies, though it is an essential step toward it and that the true mystery is the cosmic code or blueprint of the Creator hidden in the prime numbers.

Mr. Ohta's book "Code of the Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets"

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