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17th centuries according actions advance Shinto ages of ancestors Akaki kokoro Ancestor worship ancestors and offspring ancestors must never ancient Japanese ancient Shinto animatism become blessings blood kinship born Buddhist called kami cannot ceremonies clan common common by persons common worship concept Confucian connected contemporary Shinto deities of Shinto deity disaster divine dogmas Emperor Emperor Jimmu evil express faith fatalistic fate freedom of religion Fukko Shinto God Spirit gods and ancestors happiness harae harmony heart hereditary succession high priest himself himself a kami History of Religions hito-gara However human human kami idea ideals Imperial House Imube individual infinite number Japan Japanese nation JINJA kabane kinship kinship group kiyoki kokoro Kojiki koto-dama live Magatsuhi matsuri matsuri-goto mean that Shinto means Meiji missionary religion moral Motoori Norinaga mysterious spiritual force mythological origins naoki kokoro nature NATURE OF SHINTO Ne no kuni Neo-Sectarian Shinto Nihon Shoki norito objects offspring one's oneself original orthodox Shinto OUTLINE OF SHINTO PECULIARITIES OF SHINTO performed personality pessimism Polytheistic Shinto popular Shinto possess prayers present realize reason regard this world religious belief renewing one's fate reverence rituals sacred Sectarian sense Shinto and Ethics Shinto contains Shinto does Shinto gods SHINTO GROUPS Shinto itself SHINTO LEARNING Shinto mythology Shinto shrines Shinto view Shintoistic Shrine Shinto significance social society Soko no kuni soul spatially the best spirit syncretism tadashiki kokoro tatari thanksgiving things thought Tokugawa Shogunate tokushu shinji tradition type of Shinto ubusuna no kami uji and kabane uji-gami uji-ko unhappiness unique unity virtues word akirameru word kami word matsuri word naka-ima worship Ya-fune-no-mikoto Yomi no kuni