COVID-19 Origins, Purpose and Prospective Impact

An absolutely timely publication by World Teacher and Happy Science Group Founder Ryuho Okawa. In this work, as in Okawa’s other Spiritual Readings books, Okawa delves deep into the collective unconscious in search of knowledge pertaining to current affairs. With the global outbreak of COVID-19, many are looking for answers.

Spiritual Reading of Novel Coronavirus Infection Originated in China

Closing in on the real cause of the global outbreak

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While the media often attacks President Donald Trump for referring to COVID-19 as a “Chinese Virus,” the fact cannot be denied that it is in fact a virus that originated in China. Okawa’s work explores this with a depth that reveals its prospective origin to be at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which is part of the Chinese Academy of Science and is a known location for producing biological weaponry. At a time where overt manifestations of warfare such as nuclear missiles and drone strikes can lead to international criticism, biological warfare can be conducted in a comparatively subtle manner.

Okawa’s work explores the notion that China engineered a SARS-like virus as a means of population control for use against its own population. The economic advantage to such a strategy would be an avoidance of paying the pensions to Chinese retirees, who are able to retire at a relatively young age. What is suggested however, is that the collective power of malevolent intent amidst Chinese officials contributed toward an unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19. Examples throughout history are provided, in which the ill-intent of collective human groups has resulted in coinciding natural disasters and plagues. With this considered, the outbreak of COVID-19 can be perceived as a disaster of literal Biblical proportions.

Okawa predicts that the Communist regime of China, and other totalitarian regimes in alignment with it, will be weakened by the COVID-19 outbreak. This is exemplified by Xi Jinping’s public admittance that Chinese officials did a faulty job of suppressing the viral outbreak, and a comparison is made to the Chernobyl disaster in the Soviet Union, which ushered in a new era of international transparency for that regime and is commonly attributed as a core reason for the fall of the Iron Curtain.

Of particular interest is the degree to which geopolitics are explored in Okawa’s work. While the average American may not be concerned with the subtleties of East-Asian politics, it is fascinating to discover how a pandemic can cast an outstanding impact upon the inter-diplomatic and economic relations of the region in question.

A concept called “Immunity by Faith” is presented in the work, and is very much worthy of consideration. Faith in a higher power, as is stated in the book, is capable of impacting the physiology of the human body in a benevolent manner. While such a phenomena has been demonstrated with high statistical success in psychological studies, it is increasingly being demonstrated in medical studies as well. At a time such as this, where the global population is being impacted by a pandemic where there is such great uncertainty, faith can be a powerful ally for many reasons.

For those seeking answers and for those unsatisfied with the answers that they have been given, Spiritual Reading of Novel Coronavirus Infection Originated in China provides a set of perspectives and information that is worth exploring. More than anything, this work can provide hope; even in the face of a pandemic there may be a silver lining in the obstruction of advancements of totalitarian nations, and the promulgation of global democracy as an ultimate consequence.