The history of the Fuji Mount
“I introduce my immortal sacred mountain: Fuji or Mount of God.”
The first ten Divinities of the sacred Fuji said to me: Hello Mikado Francesco, today we have dressed Fuji with the colours of purity...
The night after my climb of Fuji Mikado Nintoku said to me:“Francesco, what joy it is to hear your heart speak of Fuji, can you tell me who lives there today on Kury-ama or the Sacred Fuji?”
Yes my beloved Mikado, I have seen with my own eyes many religious groups and Japanese organizations for world peace, they consider that place sacred, and there are many temples and sanctuaries, including that of Byakko of Goi and Masami Sensei.”
My truth of Japan and Fuji
 After the climb of Fuji on 17th. July 2000 there were three years of deep meditation to immortalize the sensation I had during: the preparation, the climb, the moment at the peak, and the descent together with many people of different nations, descending but at the same time absorbing their experience of the Spirit found on Fuji.
 Now is the moment to explain why hundreds of thousands of tourists visit Fuji every year, and at the same time I want to express my great love for Japan and Fuji. The next step is to understand the new way of living in Japan and those who face Fuji with a balanced Spirit.
Mikado Nintoku-Tennò said to me: “Francesco, the Reiki Kury-ama begins on the ledge and finishes where the pureness of the snow begins…
While the "Project Mikado Nintoku" resides where there is the white snow…
The first truth absorbed by me is this:
I am convinced if you look from the height of the peak of Fuji with the ancient Spirit of the Japanese, it is the most beautiful sacred mountain in the world and in the Spirit you perceive the rays of warmth sent by the God Amaterasu, and you look down at the sparkling sea around and the blue shining along the chain of mountains that reaches to the horizon. It is exactly as ancient Japanese mythology was depicted through the 7 laws and 7 sacred words: 1st. Magnificence…, 2nd. immense…, 3rd. sublime…, 4th. ancient…, 5 th. pure…, 6th. eternal… and 7th. divine...
 Who absorbs the first truth can have the knowledge that Japan and Fuji are really the country and mountain divine.
Mikado Nintoku and the 7 laws of Fuji
 I find myself lying on my bed after a marvellous Japanese bath to relieve all the tension and exhaustion  and I am, thinking of the 7 laws and in so doing I re-awake  the experience felt on the peak of Fuji and then as if by magic I see Yuzu Asaf, Mikado Nintoku, and Goi Sensei standing in front of me all dressed in brilliant white., and the Spirit of the ancient peasant Kami looks at his beloved Mikado and says:
“Mikado, the 7 laws really exist and I have discovered that also Fuji is a part of them”
“Well you see not withstanding his exhaustion the Spirit of our dear Kami is still hungry to know more.”
In that moment the 3 Divine Spirits of Fuji began to laugh and Mikado then continued:
“It is interesting Francesco tell me what you have discovered regarding the 7 inside Fuji and the volcanic gods of Japan.”
 There is no doubt Mikado, who says Japan has Volcanoes. There are 192 of which 58 are still active and are distributed in a chain from north to south of all the country, giving source to thermal waters and they follow the direction of the solar arc.
 The highest and most famous volcano in the world is a little north of the splendid Baia di Suraga, and it’s name is we all know, Fuji, or Fuji-San or Fuji-yama.
It is a volcano with a perfect circumference at the base of 41 kilometers. Fuji has an elegant form with two soft curves rising to the peak.
Above 2,700 meters there is no vegetation and the scarcity of water makes the mount even at the base Spartan of green.
 In the winter Fuji is covered in snow but the top remains always white except for a short period at the end of July for about a month when the rains come. The summer in Japan is hot and damp.
“Good Francesco, do you remember when Fuji was born?”
I remember that in the vestments of Kami you told me that Fuji rose from the plain in one night in the year 177 b.c. but the official date is 286 b.c.. scientists and geologists affirm that it is much older than 286 b.c.
“Seeing my physical state one of my pupils said:” Mikado how can you think to climb Fuji in this condition?”
I answered. “Yes it is true, everything I said in my previous life. I recognize my old path and will climb to the top of Fuji...
...the 2nd. July 2000 through the respect of the karmic law I returned to Japan on the 17th. July 2000 notwithstanding two injuries on both feet and a fracture of a small toe...
“Mikado do you remember a time when together with Yuzu Asaf we tried to measure the circumference of the crater?”
“Your memory is blessed Francesco, because all that you remember is true. Now tell me what is it’s size.”
 “I remember all my dear Mikado, and now I shall take you into the 7 laws. Our measure was 3777 in height, circunference 607 mtrs.* and Fuji has 10 bases to rest and in my opinion number 7 is the most important and is at 2700 metres.
*The official measures were made 10 years ago and are 3776 in height and 610 metres in circunference.
 “Francesco why is it so important?”
“Mikado, as you taught me in the vestments of Kami, at this point there is the process of change from the material to the Spiritual and many people live this experience with a physical discomfort but at the same time at this 7th. Stop find the love of the divinity of Fuji and some simple first aid heals their physical problems.”
“Francesco, when was the last eruption?”
“Fuji, that means “sacred Fire” has had about 17 eruptions of ash and lava since 777 a.d. and a volcanic cone that erupted in perfect symmetry was in 1707, covering the roads in ash up to 100 kilms. Bringing terror to Japan.
 “Francesco, when was the last eruption?”
“Fuji, that means “sacred Fire” has had about 17 eruptions of ash and lava since 777 a.d. and a volcanic cone that erupted in perfect symmetry was in 1707, covering the roads in ash up to 100 kilms. Bringing terror to Japan.
After this the sacred Fuji has remained at rest from the top there is a stream of smoke but now it is a sleeping volcanoe.”
In that moment the figure of Goi Sensei appeared next to Mikado and he came towards me stretching out his right hand and touched me on the head in a paternal manner and said: “My son speak to me more of Fuji you know it moves me to hear you speak of Fuji as it feeds my great love for her.”
“Goi Fuji the sacred volcanoe defined as Mount of God will be eternally my immortal Sacred Mountain and when the Father calls me it will become my Paradise.”
From nowhere the voice of Yuzu Asaf said: “That is how it will be and everything on heaven and earth will stop in that moment in your honour.”
After a moment Mikado Nintoku looked at Yuzu Asaf  and after a smile continued to speak: “Francesco do you remembner the legend when the baby’s arrived in Spirit on Fuji, how they wanted to play sliding down the inside of the crater?”
”I remember Mikado and I remember thanks to the smoothness of the walls it is not possible to hurt yourself. You told me that the Fujiama is a cone form and the crater is perfectly formed like a bell of stone. You and Yuzu Asaf told me the legend.
Mikado Nintoku interrupted: “Wait Francesco, I think it is important that you tell us who the Yamabuschi are” - “You are right Mikado. On Fuji lived and live to this day the Yamabuschi who practise initiations with the use of symbols and songs called “shu” that give the supernatural power known as “Gen” that accompanies the person in the “path that leads to the divinity” known as “Do” or “Va”.
All this is kept inside me in the three lives as Kami, Usui, and Francesco, with the name of Project Mikado Nintoku.
We the Yambuschi, are those who keep the sacred power of purification that only a real Mikado has and we sleep on the Sacred Mountain of Fuji.”
The Yambuschiare conserve all the ancient Spirit of Japan and are able to satisfy any desire relative to the present life, we can spread at will, the force of nature, we have the consciousness of the bad and the dark, and we can fight and rise with “fasting” “prayer” and in a superior Mudras. This process is the last state of the Project Mikado Nintoku.
“Francesco, immotalize your 21 days lived in the vestments of Mikado Usui on Fuji.”
“It is true these were the practises I did before in the vestments of Mikado Usui in the period of 21 days of fasting on Fuji, before being killed by two of my pupils and successively became known in the west as the founder of the healing method Reiki Kury-ama”
Mikado interrupts and says: “Francesco I say you are a Spiritual Sensei and like you, all those that conquer themselves with the aim to remind man of the path indicated by Yuzu Asaf.
History teaches us that the Spiritual Sensei are often killed in body or Spirit by the person nearest to them and it is not important if the initial phase of the path of Project Mikado Nintoku  was known in the west as Reiki and it’s seat Kury-ama, what is important is that you have returned and have finished your Karma and have let known the system of how to absorb Project Mikado Nintoku  or “lights and stars.”
“I know Mikado that fasting represents the path of excellence to win the material dimension.”
“It is true Francesco and you must teach the world around you your love for Fuji.”
“I will give all that you gave me with great joy my dear Mikado.”
Fuji and the mening of Mikado Nintoku on the Japanese Flay
 The ancient Japanese people had a sacred admiration, respect and fear. From these sentiments is born scintoismo, for some a pure choice of life, in which every force of nature “felt by man becomes a divine, a kami, and is with the God Amaterasu with his rays of sun is the origin of all the Kami and of the Japanese themselves.
Mikado Nintoku-tennò tells me that Fuji was the great protector, the guardian of the immortal destiny of Japan immortalized on a Japan play:“Kami do you know that many Japanese do not know the spiritual meaning of the sacred play. Today I will tell you and tomorrow you will tell the world around you. The warm rays sent by the God Amaterasu are represented in the sun and Fuji by the red fire inside the sun, while around represents purity of the ancient Spirit that the Japanese people with incredible perseverance, keeping their sense of family unity, go ahead in time, arriving until the peak, becoming one of the richiest and most modern countries in the world.
 This success has been paid for dearly though, because they have lost their balance and strength that  for thousands of years has been the source of their art, literature, and spiritual path, and finally their identity.
 The contact with nature and the Divinity.
Dedication to the sacred Fuji
 “Kami, you have returned in new vestments of Mikado Francesco and breathe the divine air at the top of Fuji, can you transmit your thought to the new reality of Fuji?”
“Mikado to be at the top and admire the mountain lakes and thermal springs, and wonderful falls rich of golden salmon to not speak of the surrouding parks is something divine that I have inside me and bring into this era of love and peace. I have no doubt that God gave us Fuji to make us understand that Paradise is also here on Earth.”
Mikado Nintoku interrupts me and says:
Francesco, I am moved now let me hear the beautiful poem dedicated to Fuji.”
 “With great honour my Mikado”
In the land of Japan
The edge of Mount Fuji stands,
Caressed by waves of pure energy.
Clouds barely dare to approach it
And birds never fly up there
In vain you look for words
Silence is the only master
And there is no name worthy of him
Except a Kami’s
Or the name* of someone who was sent to Japan
To teach the “Project Mikado Nintoku-tennò **
* Mikado Francesco Boemi.- **  how to purify your karma and be aware to be Project Mikado Nintoku or “Lights and Stars”…
“July, the 5th 2000,
 after three days of continuous rain under a  sky full of grey, clouds out of nowhere the voice of Goi Sensei said: “Francesco, it is written in the Sacred Book that when the top of Fuji's large crater is covered by clouds it is to greet a Mikado or a Great Sensei  who has had the luck to look at the Fuji-san with his eyes; he will return to Japan to be “Light and Stars.”
“Francesco, can you explain who Kami is?”
“Yes, Kami is a God but also a legend, a myth, a dream, a hope and a nightmare, because the word Kami means all this. As the spiritual behaviour of the Japanese is towards Fuji.
“Francesco can you tell me more regarding the 7?”
Yes, 7 is the number that God chose to create the world.
Take the knowledge that God gave to Adam and Eve of good and bad, in that moment the 7 original sins were born. These are residing in the 7 principal Chakra.
Fuji and her five marvellous Lakes
 Mount fuji from October to May, it is more or less covered in snow, and in winter it is one of the most beautiful natural sights to be seen.
It is beautiful also seen from inside the country seen from the heights of the Japanese Alps. At the foot of the mountain there are five lakes, four of which are medium size and one smaller but fascinating in it’s remoteness, these are formed on a plane of a thousand meters in altitude and form the base of the volcano.
                                                                                                                                "Beautiful and Magnificent Fuji..."
Mount fuji or fujisan, as is called is Japanese, the san means mount and not as some still believe “Mr Fuji”; is surrounded by five spectacular lakes.
The Yamanaka is at 900 metres and one of it’s beauties is the cherry blossum in  May.
The most beautiful is Kawaguci, where in the centre is the Island Unoshima, with a sanctuary dedicated to beauty.
Less know is Motusu, the deepest, Shaj with it’s splendid panorama, and Saiko surrounded by woods and it’s water rich with fish.
These five lakes  render fuji ever more beautiful and are popular with the people of Tokyo for picinics. There are acquatic sports, and grottes to see.
It is about 300 kilometers from the sea. A wonderful panorama of the sea can therefore be seen from it’s height.
All the zone around Fuji is covered in hot springs. On the north east side of the mountain there is a large forest called Jukai, “the sea of trees”.
Very handsome images of the my beloved Fuji
 These natural beauties have made Fuji a complete divinity and symbol of Japan, just as the Eiffel Tower or the Statue of Liberty, the pyramids, and the Tower of Pisa are all symbols of their countries.
The quickest way to reach the area of Fuji is to take a bus from Shinjuku, which takes you through a network of lakes and planes of the Mount Fuji.
My second Truth on Fuji and Japan
 When you look at Fuji with the spirit of the modern Japanese, I think you can say that modern Japan is an immense problem called Fuji itself, because it is not exactly how the spirit of the right Japanese should feel.
The immense mountain, that from a far seems so strong, magic and elegant, once it is climbed leaves an impression on their poor spirit that is small and vulnerable. The vegetation on the ledge or Kury-ama is absent and the rock is black, volcanic, with a colour of ash that many ask:
“But the Fuji of my father, grandfather and all my descendents is nothing more than a mountain?
 Isn’t it the symbol of Japan itself?
 Is it not an intimate part of the Japanese soul?
 Is it not with the Emperor the root of identity of Japan?
 Is it not the reason why we Japanese are proud to be Japanese”.
 Believe me is the past it was so, and I hear the past of my first period in the vestments of Sensei Kami together with my dear Mikado Nintoku -tennò and their as Mikado Usui until I arrived in the new vestments of Mikado Francesco and ask the last question.
“Where are you my dear Japanese?
Let us know* how much time you need to find again the divinity you have oppressed inside you”
 * I am the messager of eleven Divinities of Fuji.
The Spiritual contact with Fuji
 Climbing Fuji with other components of the divine “Projet 70” I realized the terrible loss of the Japanese.
 Fuji is no longer an altar of “Sun and Stars” or a great force of nature, but a reproduction that each one has left unknowingly behind, today you live the sacred climb on Fuji with the spirit of a simple modern climb, or as they say in english “modern living” it isn’t like in my ancient past of Kami or the period of Mikado Nintoku-tennò or Usui, where before beginning the climb you knelt in prayer to be helped in the divine path.
 Now it is alive is my memory the deep teaching received in my first moments of growth with Mikado Nintoku-tennò regarding Fuji: “My dear Kami, know how to absorb the deep significance of the mountain given to me by Yuzu Asaf they are the great cathedrals of the earth, the great doors of rock, mosaics of clouds, streams,and alters of snow, brillant with Light and Stars there you kneel in front of the Unique Father.
 You must know an ancient tradition that originates at the beginning of time, that always identified the peak as the “seat of tradiction” when you climb Fuji, or any mountain, stop at  the beginning in full consciousness and when you arrive a metre from the peak have a deep respect torwards the house of the Unique Father.
 He will open the “Great Door” and you will join the Divinity of Fuji and step with body and soul on the sacred soil where God took His rest.”
And in this spirit at three o’clock in the  morning of seventeen July 2000 I head for the peak of the sacred mountain of Fuji, thinking how for centuries Fuji has been the place of the Gods of Kami for the Japanese.
 The beautiful and not beautiful, the anti-camera of light or Kury-ana and the light of Fuji, the Reiki Kury-ana or the Project Mikado Nintoku, the seat of Mikao Usui or Mikado Usui.
The familiar karmic purification
For the ancient Japanese, Fuji has been the mirror of the special relationship they have always had with Mother Nature, planning generation after generation that a person in the family can exit Kury-ana and follow the path forwards the peak to purify the family until the 7th generation.
 It is important to understand that this “Carde Idim” or familiar karmic purification is enough to live only once and it is  useless to repeat the spiritual process.
 I remember when I expressed to desire to repeat the spiritual climb on Fuji, he looked at me and said: “Kami, to climb Fuji with the Spirit once is wise, but twice is stupid”.
And I instinctively asked - “why?”
 “You know that certain courageous choices give a unique mysterious irrepetable experience, and naturally this is valid for the fasting of the Spirit”.
Mental preparation for the climb
On very clear days it is possible to see Mount Fuji from Tokyo, but most of the year it is necessary to go as near as seventy kilometres from it’s rim or Kury-ana to be able to see it well as it is always covered is mist. It is the most beautiful in winter when it is capped in white snow.
 Officially the seasons to climb are July and August and the Japanese visit in numerous groups during this period.
It is possible to climb the mount any time of the year but in winter it is better to have had some Alpine climbing  experience.
My humble advice is to not take the climb lightly, remember just the high altitude can cause many problems.
The view from Fuji is the best early in the morning not only to admire the beautiful sunrise but at that time it is not surrounded by clouds.
My other advice is to start the climb at three, five or seven o’clock in the morning.
The importance to know the 10 stations
The 5th. Station from Fuji  …You start and continue for 33 kilometres and pass the 2nd. 3rd. and 4th. Station. Then you arrive at the 5th. Station at 2305 metres in height, here you leave the car and begin the spiritual walk finding the second purification that of body, emotion, and Spirit…
Choose your moment of “carpe diem” between 1st. July and 31st. August, that represents the official opening of the Fuji climb.
You start and continue for 33 kilometres and pass the 2nd. 3rd. and 4th. Station. Then you arrive at the 5th. Station at 2305 metres in height, here you leave the car and begin the spiritual walk finding the second purification that of body, emotion, and Spirit.
In the good season thousands of pilgrims climb in file and it is a wonderful sight particularly at night when they all carry a burning torch.
It is important to follow the paths and to wear heavy clothes and gloves that can protect the hands from the rock of lava.
…I recognize my old path and with the help of the Divinity I climb about 7000 metres along volcanic rock and arrive at the peak of Fujiama, absorbing all the climatic change and the sacred title of Mikado…
 Yuzu Asaf says to me: “Mikado Francesco know that every stone you are stepping on with great love to arrive and communicate with the Unique Father has been loved by Me...
Leaving the ledge or Kury-ama you begin the climb and at 2390 metres there is the 6th. Station and continuing until 2700 metres you find the special 7th. Station. Of purification of karma, where the first aid post is open only from 19th. July until the 22nd. Of August.
 Arriving at 3700 metres you find the third and last door that completely frees the Spiritual body.
Between the 6th. And 10th. Station you meet sacred temples representing thousands of Divinities of which Fuji is one. At the top there is the great pillar of peace and a sanctuary dedicated to Konohana Sakuya, the Princess of the cherry blossom and the 8th. Divinity of Fuji. On the crest of the crater there is a big mound of stones brought by the pilgrims that represent the personal karma or the family that the Divinity that reside on Fuji must purify. According to an ancient legend the spirits of the dead children have the task to fill the river with the stones that the pilgrims that arrive to the top bring with them. It is important that this spiritual climb is completed within a divine cycle of 7 hours. For the descent it may be between three and seven hours of complete freedom of the spirit.


17th. July 2000
My arrival at the peak of Fuji to consign my karma and those of my pupils which I deposited in a letter to the Divinities
 Mikado Nintoku-tennò said to me: “Francesco, breathe the sacred energy of Fuji and then go in the world and do as your Mikado does; teach and purify the karma in the world around you until they can return to the “path of love, Project Mikado Nintoku”cured in the Spirit by your wisdom and great heart and give to the Japanese people the “Project Mikado Nintoku-tennò…”
My third Truth on Fuji
 The origin of the name is much discussed by Japanese scholars, I, Mikado Francesco declare that the real spiritual meaning of the name Fuji-san was transmitted in the year 107 a.d. by the greatest Emperor in Japanese history Mikado Nintoku-tennò, who is second only to the Father Yuzu Asaf, or rather Jesus!.
Mikado Nintoku, taught me to admire the mount as a Divinity. He was the first emperor to consider the volcano sacred, and the immortal seat of the Divinities. Through the love of Mikado other sovereigns have learnt to love it and to make there nation aware of it’s divine beauty.
...While the Kundalini Fuji resides where there is “The divine crater of Fuji where the children in spirit went to play with the Divinity…
The descent: While descending on the path of Fuji with the sweet Sonoko-san I felt myself leave my body and saw on the left of my body the Light and Stars of the 2nd. Divinity of Fuji, my beloved Mikado Nintoku who said: “…blessed is the sacred earth of Fuji that was stepped on by you, my old pupil Kami, because on that piece of earth there will grow the biggest miracle of God: a strand of grass!”
The Fuji, one of the antichi paths than salvation
Fuji is one of the ancient paths of salvation for the Japanese people and a great part of the western world that make up part of the hundred million people who visit in admiration every year this incredible mount. Mount Fuji can be reached through a new rapport with nature that brings the person to an age of innocence and with the hope to be saved from the internal and external holocaust.
According to the spiritual path of Scinto the mount Fuji is the most important point in Japan.
Apart from being the seat of all the Divinities of Japan, and also has a particular tie to Fuji, it is a very popular God, Kono hana-sakuya-hime, “the princess that makes the trees blossom” and particularly the cherry tree.
The practice of climbing the king of mountains or Fujisan began as a religious rite in the time of Mikado Nuntoku-tennò (85-399) when I lived in the vestments of the peasant Kami and then fell in a deep sleep. Today the climb is often a simple excursion to admire the beauty of the nature. But also many religious groups have started to venerate Fuji creating around 1,300 temples.
“Francesco, donates to the world around you our preferred mirror “
 After Mikado Nintoku and the anger of the Fuji for the women
After the passage of death of Mikado Nintoku-tennò the world of love and peace that he created fell in a deep sleep and a long period of egoism started in the land of The Rising Sun. A life of hate and a lack of any of the moral principles that were taught by Mikado, proceeded.
In that dark period Fuji showed all her fury and refused all the women that tried to climb to the peak, stopping them at the ledge or Kury-ama, and there they were wounded in some way or even died. At about 2700 meters high there is a chapel called Nyonin-do. This means the “shelter for women”. This is the place where the women can wait in safety for their men., the adventurous men that went to the peak to obtain family karmic purification.
Many religious groups in the period of peace and love of Nintoku often dressed in white and went further than the kury-ama without the women with the aim to arrive at the top to communicate with the Divinities of Fuji, they asked the great sensei why the sacred mountain refused the women. The only answer they gave in answer to the behavior of Fuji, was that women were seen as responsible for the principal cause of the life without principles and put in the world selfishness and other negative sentiments.
After Mikado Meiji
Mikado Nintoku-tennò, the second divinity of Fuji appeared to me wrapped in a white and smooth glow, similar to the Fuji’s snow and told me: “ Francesco, tell the world and all Japanese people not to look for my image because it does not exist. But reveal to the world that is surrounding you that I have lived a further life as the Emperor Meiji, therefore, who sees Meiji, sees and feels my immortal love coming out of the divine’s heart…”
Women were forbidden until 1868 that thanks to the immortal spirit of Mikado Nintoku-tennò incarnated in the vestments of Mikado Meiji-tennò, the young new emperor of The Rising Sun. That the ban was lifted is well known in the third millennium, and the last Mikado to dress as governor of Japan in the vestments of a woman and composed of lights and stars.
After the passing through death of Mikado Mejij-tennò the world of peace and love created by him fell in a deep sleep and a long period of egoism fell on the land of The Rising Sun. Hate and life without principles that were taught by Mikados brought Japan to the point of knowing the consequence of the atom bomb.
Eternal love for the Fuji
The access to Fuji opens with various rituals at the beginning of July and closes on the 26th. August with a great ceremony at the sanctuary of Yashida at the foot of the north east mount.
In the summer months they say that more than 100,000 people climb to the ridge of the Fuji where there is the chapel of Scinto, and other sanctuaries around the mount. At the top there is a modern observatory open all the year round.
Now the climb out of season has become very popular, but in the winter with the snow and ice it entails a climb of expert mountain climbers. It also requires very special skills and equipment. In spite of this every year many deaths are recorded due to falls or avalanches.
Even today there are associations dedicated to the cult of Fuji and the ascent of this mountain, they are known by the name of Fuji-ko. At the foot of the mountain there are many stones left to commemorate those who climbed the mountain 100 times or at least 66 or 33 times.
Today the climb is facilitated by transport that takes climbers to 2305 metres (5th. Station) to a plateau where from there still remains 1,000 meters to climb. The young can come down almost flying on the sandy surface of fine ash that covers the mountain.
The view from the ledge if there isn’t any mist is marvelous at any time of the day, but the most spectacular is at sunrise, that is the moment that creates the most intense religious or mysterious emotion.
My two beloved Volcanoes
 “Francesco, would you speak to me of Etna, the mountain that has protected you from your birth?”
After my silence caused by the surprise of this question I finally turned to him and said:
“My dear Mikado, to be honest I know very little about Etna but I will tell you what I know.”
 My dear Mikado, in this world there are only two volcanoes that have the power to influence  life and they are Etna* and Fuji.
The immortal love for Fuji that I feel in every cell, I have tried to express in this book, but it is also important that I speak of the love and respect I have for the volcano that saw me born and awoke in my spirit the love I have for Fuji and Japan. This happened at the age of five in the company of my father.
Etna was formed about 700.000 years ago it started with an eruption under the sea in the golf of Catania. It is 3350 metres high and one of the highest in the world and certainly the highest in Europe. It has the shape of a cone about 40 kilometres in diameter and 40 in circumference. There is no other volcano in the world apart from Fuji that has had so much influence on the world and it’s customs.
If you look from a distance , the mass of Etna looks like Fuji, that is, it is  a regular cone with the difference of the perfection of fuji, it has three beautiful craters on its summit.
There is no doubt that when both are covered in snow at the peak, the dense green woods at the base of Fuji, and the orchards at the foot of Etna, it can be said they are both so beautiful to seem unreal.
* Called Aetna by the Romans “Mongibello” this term comes from Italian Monte and in Arabic Gebel, that  also means mount.
On Etna there are hundreds of minor cones that emit gas and smoke; the central crater with its edge bordered by crystalized sulphur and it is wrapped with smoke almost always and in the other three craters are  minor explosions.
It is written in my Divine Book that Etna in time will become more violent and will loose its sweet characteristic.
Would you like to know when?
When the huge road of fire under water road looses control and then, what happened in Pompei because of Vesuvius will only be a third of what will happen in the same moment to Fuji and Etna.
A climb up to the peak of Fuji and Etna is something that everyone should experience both for the incredible sight of  the live volcano and for the beautiful view from both mounts.
The land around Etna is more densely populated than in all the other land in Sicily. Apart from my town of birth Catania, there are also cities such as: Acireale, Giarre, Randazzo, Adrano, and about 63 other small towns.
In May of 1981 the Sicilian region pushed by a group of environmentalists passed a law of protection of the lands around Etna that in all covered an area of 150,000 hectares of which 12,000 are forests.
Sacred Fuji Divinities greeting
“Now we can call you Mikado Francesco and because of your conquest, Fuji has been embellished for you”
“Good night, Mikado Francesco we wish you good night with boundless and immortal love”
Goi Sensei, the tenth Divinity of Fuji, said to me in Italian:
“ Che La Pace Regni Sulla Terra…”; English: “May Peace Prevail On Earth…”; Japanese: “Sekaijinrui-ga Heiwa-de Arimasuyoni…”; Spagnolo: “Que La Paz Prevalezca En La Terra…”; Tedesco: “Mőge Friede Sein auf Erden…”; Dutch: “Moge vrede heersen op aarde…” and in French: “Puisse La Paix Regner Dans Le Monde…”….
The highest mountain in Japan, Mt.Fuji is 3776-meter high. Mt.Fuji, which had been a sacred mountain, appeared the present form about 10,000 years ago.
More than 200,000 people climb to the top of Mt.Fuji in a year. 30% of them is forginers. Now, Mt.fuji is a mountain which the people from the world can be friendly.
Mount. Fuji
Long.138°45'1"E - Lat.35°21'5"N 3775.63m above sea level - Consists mainly of basaltic lava (about 50% silicon dioxide)
temperature -18°to +8°C (monthly average) - atmospheric pressure 630 to 650 mb
History of Mt.Fuji
Tens of millions of years ago, when the archipelago of Japan was separated from the continent, Fossa Magna was formed. After that, Mikasa Sanchi was formed.
Hundreds of thousands of years ago, Komitake is formed by volcanic eruption.
Tens of thousands of years ago, Kofuji volcano repeated eruption,
coverring Komitake volcano.
Ten and few thousands of years ago, Shinfuji volcano was active for along time,untill the recent form Mt.Fuji appeared.
Since recorded histry, ten and few times of eruption was repeated to create form of Mt.fuji now.
Most recent record of eruption is that of HoeiZan in 1707.
 From JR Shinjuku station(Tokyo),transfer to Fujikyuko (express)bus,get off at Kawagutiko station. From Kawagutiko,take the bus "to Fuji Gogome".
By Car
1. From Chuo expressway Kawaguchiko interchange, take Fuji-Subaru Line to Gogome (harfway point).
2. From Tomei expressway Gotenba interchange, take Fuji-Skyline to ShinGogome.
3. From Tomei expressway Fuji interchange, use Nishi Fuji road, then take Fuji-Skyline to Shin Gogome.
Seasons for Mountain Climbing
July 1st to August 31th.
The weather is stable,
and there is no snow at the mountaintop. Many mountain huts are open,so most Japanese climb in this season. However, depending on the year, the mountain trail may be partly closed in early July,because of snow near the summit.
Late July to mid August
The weather is especially stable,
so a crowd of climbers appear every year. However, there may be a regulation on cars in mid August. Restrictions may be seen in some roads. In that case, use a near by parking area and take a shuttle bus.
Late August
The weather becomes unstable.
Before June and after September
There may be snow at the mountain
top. The weather is too unstable for climbing, and the mountain huts are mostly closed. Equipments for winter climbing is necessary. Also, a planned script for climbing must be submitted. June is rainy season, and in September, taifoon may arrive.
Fuji Kyuko (infomation for bus)
Fuji Visitor Center (infomation for foreigners)
Tel +81-555-72-0259
Tasmania track (various infomation,guide services,only by FAX)
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