The Divine Protector

The occult club hold a ritual to help a friend plagued by mysterious incidents. They etch a symbol with purified salt, and burn a sealed envelope with a written wish. Suddenly, the divine protector appears to lift the malediction, and members implore Master Salt to help rid the world of curses.

At 7:07 PM, the occult club members are holding a ritual ceremony to summon "Master Salt" in Kamono Girls' High School in Tokyo, to help one of the members, Nanako, who has been struck by mysterious incidents. They draw a pentagon and a circle with purified salt, and burn a sealed envelope with a written wish. Out of nowhere, a mysterious woman in a hakama appears with a blast of wind. It is the divine protector, Master Salt.

She sees through the identity of the spirit that cursed Nanako and repels the curse. After that event, Nanako and her friends ask Master Salt to repel the curses that bring misery to people. They discover that this world is full of people who curse others - a man who swindles the elderly out of their money, a businessman who commits domestic violence, and a university professor who denies the students' spiritual beliefs and suppresses the students by threatening to flunk them. One after another, people ask Master Salt for help. The occult club members eventually find out the secret scandal of the son and the successor of a renowned company, Tendo Group. What will Master Salt and the girls encounter in the battle against a powerful enemy?


What is ikiryo (living ghost)?

Ikiryo is a disembodied spirit that leaves the body of a living person and possesses other people or places. It is often believed that ikiryo goes across great distances. When people have a strong desire or feelings toward something, that feeling becomes ikiryo and curses others. In a way, the internet nowadays helps actualize the world of ikiryo. People can easily share any information and spread them online, which also lets them spread curses around. In fact, the problems and sufferings we encounter in our everyday life often involve curses. A curse is a wish to bring others unhappiness. Such a wish, if harbored for a long time, will turn into an ikiryo that causes others illnesses or unexpected accidents. Curses invite curses upon curses.

Causes of the Curses

Curses are often caused by excessive greed and always caused by "mistakes in the mind," which are called as "three poisons of the mind" and "six worldly delusions." This film portrays how these mistakes in the mind such as envy, greed, anger, ignorance, and conceit become curses.

Greed - Excessive Desire

The mind that knows no content.

Anger - Rage

The mind that attacks others with rage.

Ignorance - Foolishness

The mind that foolishly misleads people.

Conceit - Arrogance

The arrogant mind that wants to take from others.

The Spiritual Truth About Curses and Spells

Curses are nothing special, but something that occurs in daily life; this is a Spiritual Truth. This book teaches how to protect from curses that bring unhappiness to yourself and others.

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