On February 27, 1959, Yoshikazu Okada received his first revelation from the Creator about establishing this organization. The Creator declared, “Heaven’s time has come. Arise and take the name Kotama. The world shall become a harsh place.” Mr. Okada took the name Kotama and under God’s guidance began working for the enlightenment of humanity.
When Kotama asked God, “With what name shall I praise you?”, and he received a divine message saying, “Call me Su-God. All the races of humanity should embrace this name.”
Su-God has had a variety of names depending on the time and place. These names include the Sun Goddess – Amaterasu Ohomikami in Shinto, a traditional religion in Japan, Seikannon (Avalokitesvara) in Buddhism, Yahweh in Christianity, and Allah in Islam. He is the first Cause and central God, the Creator of all things.
To achieve His divine plan, Su-God has over trillions of years of religions in the past provided only a small number of saints, holy ones, and disciples the divine feat called the Mahikari-no-waza, the spiritual art of divine light, and a secret of Heaven called the teachings of The Divine Truth and the Universal Law. Through Oshienushi-sama, He has provided these to many people.
These divine teachings and the spiritual art have been given to anyone who desires them, regardless of race, nationality, religion, sect, age, or sex. The miracles and teachings have been spread widely throughout the world.
The 55th Grand Anniversary Festival was held in the Holy Land, Su-za, Japan.
Houston Center was inaugurated.
Sacrament Center was inaugurated.
Yoko High School was inaugurated.
5th Anniversary Ceremony of World Divine Light Organization in Mexico.
The 50th Grand Anniversary Festival was held in the Holy Land, Su-za, Japan.
The 20th Anniversary Ceremony of World Divine Light Organization in America was held.
Prayer Ceremony for the Worldwide Expansion (Central America) was held.
Taiwan Yoko College was established.