Divine Signposts at the Oomoto website – actually a retranslation from the Esperanto
The Oomoto movement : its origin, aims and objects and the Universal Love and Brotherhood Association, 1952
The Outline of Oomoto, 1958
Bankyo Dokon: Seventy Years of Inter-Religious Activity at Oomoto, 1997 – edited by Alex Kerr!
Prophet Motive: Deguchi Onisaburō, Oomoto, and the Rise of New Religions in Imperial Japan (aka scholarly nonsense), 2008
Bonus fun facts about Onisaburo Deguchi!!
- When his son entered elementary school, Deguchi listed his occupation as “World Remodeller”
- He was the successor of Nao Deguchi who is regarded today as the founder of Oomoto, but he wrote a document denouncing her as “Yamaguchi Slime”.
- When he was sentenced to life in prison for the Second Oomoto Incident, he turned to the visitors’ gallery and stuck out his tongue.