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228 Taiwanese Spirits Taesiong Scripture

Chapter 1: Retribution

 

Comeuppance and fortune are truly classless.  Everyone self-invites it.  Retribution from good and evil is like one’s shadow; closely follows oneself.  The martyrdom of the February 28th Movement, conforms to present day Taiwan’s unending karmic comeuppance.  In between Heaven and Earth, there are divine entities that officially watch over our sins.  According to the sins and wrongs that we have committed, They quantify the situation and take the accounting, penalizing with poverty and exhaustion, or encounters of upsets and obstacles.  The coming of punishment and comeuppance, even for the major dignitaries and seriously rich, is unavoidable by none.  Eventually, the accounting of one’s sins will dry up one’s good fortunes, ceaselessly until death and beyond.  We, the Taiwanese Spirits, serving Heaven’s clear Order, and taking Heaven’s Mandate for Divine Intervention, shall have Our Actions realized.


 


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Newsflash


Former Financial Supervision Commission chairman Shih Chun-chi, right, protests outside the Academia Sinica during President Ma Ying-jeou’s visit to the institution in Taipei’s Nangang District yesterday.
Photo: Liao Chen-huei, Taipei Times

Several hundred researchers at the Academia Sinica shouted appeals first made by the Sunflower movement at President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) yesterday when he visited the nation’s most eminent national research institution for an international conference about the Diaoyutai Islands (釣魚台) issue.

While Ma was giving the keynote speech at the conference, Chen Yi-shen (陳儀深) and Shiu Wen-tang (許文堂), associate research fellows at the college’s Institute of Modern History, and Paul Jobin, an associate professor at the University of Paris Diderot, silently held aloft posters with messages for the president.