Wosite was deliberately erased

Mikasafumi Namekoto no aya

Wosite is a writing system that was in use from 6,000 to 1,000 years ago. It is best known for the legacy document, Hotsuma Tsutae. Only three documents written in the Wosite days are extant today. They are the Hotsuma Tsutae, the Mikasafumi, and the Futomani.

Why are there no other Wosite documents? Why is Wosite writing virtually unknown today? If Wosite were known, then wouldn’t our conceptions about the writing of Ancient Japan change drastically?

WoshiteWorld has just published a series of four articles on the intentional elimination of Wosite as a writing system. Wosite  literature and history and philosophy were also eradicated. As we read these articles, we also learn why Amaterasu Omikami is a female “sun goddess” rather than the male Amateru. And how his beloved and trusted consort Seoritsuhime Mukatsuhime has all but disappeared from history. It is a shame when the contributions of important people are hidden. For political reasons.

The first post is here,  https://woshiteworld.wordpress.com/2017/01/13/1111/

‘The point is, we must read the history written in Wosite, the prohibited books, and gradually realize the truth, and do it thoroughly.’