How the Japanese lost their religion
The Japanese are a Christian people, but they are also a Buddhist country.
And they have a special kind of object that is very close to their own.
They call it the koten or temple object.
The kotens are carved out of a special stone called the kota or kodo.
This stone is a mixture of the same material that the Buddha carved out to build his temples in India.
The kotenes are a very special kind that have been made for the purpose of worship and are carved from the kodo, as opposed to the stone that is used to build the temple.
The Japanese call this kotene “sacred objects” because they are not just any ordinary stone.
The stones are so special because they can hold the memories of people who have died and come back from the afterlife.
The objects are placed on top of one another and are connected to a special shrine called a shinto shrine.
In a place called Honshu, Japan, the shrine is called the 〜神技廃神院空〜 or the 《神拓廅神阪革》.
The name is a reference to the gods that come to visit during the holy month of the moon in winter.
If you look at the shrine in the springtime, you will see the three pillars, or the pillars of the sun, moon and sun god.
And the shinto gods who visit during this time are the gods of the water, wind and earth.
The sun god is a kotena and the moon god is the 五角廊廻神統石話神配矵神須魂神津百諸.
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