The first English publication in a series of remote viewings conducted by Ryuho Okawa, this transcendent interview investigates a set of mysterious Google images over China’s Gobi desert. Okawa’s divine ability to remotely view this area reveals some of them to be closely connected to China’s military development, disclosing a more advanced technological and military state than what world leaders believed. Okawa’s vision reveals these images to be photographs of top-secret military facilities, strategically designed for an all-out war with the United States. One site in particular is dedicated to launching large nuclear weapons, and holds more than 150 missiles — many of them pointed at strategic cities in the United States and Japan.