Yuko Chino

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Yuko Chino
Born 増山英美 (Hidemi Masuyama)
26 January 1934(1934-01-26)
Kyoto, Japan
Died 25 October 2006 (72)
Fukui, Japan [1]
Nationality Japanese
Affiliations Chino Shoho, Pana-Wave

Yuko Chino (千乃裕子, ちの ゆうこ, Chino Yūko; January 26, 1934 - October 25, 2006) was a Japanese contactee, clairvoyant, and religious organiser, noted as the founder of Chino Shoho and Pana-Wave Laboratory.

Selected Bibliography

  • Chino, Yuko (1980), The Door to Heaven: In Search of Future Happiness, Tokyo: Jihi-to-Ai Pub. Co. 
  • Chino, Yuko (1981), The Witness of the Kingdom of Heaven: To the Star of Hope Through the Last Judgment, Tokyo: Jihi-to-Ai Pub. Co. 
  • Chino, Yuko (1983), Under the Light of Heaven: From Exorcism to the Explications of Atlantis, Tokyo: Jihi-to-Ai Pub. Co. 
  • Chino, Yuko (1984), Sermes: The Poems of the Angels, Tokyo: Jihi-to-Ai Pub. Co. 
  • Chino, Yuko (1986), The Messages from Heaven: God's Sacrifice : People Never Cease to Seek Future Which Brings About Reason, Truths, and Hopes, Tokyo: Jei-Ai Pub. Co. 

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