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Jesus Christ grave in Japan

Jesus Christ grave in Japan
Jesus Christ grave in Japan

Jesus Christ grave in Japan
They say, the town of Shingo is famous by the fact that there is a tomb of Jesus Christ there. Japanese Christians believe that Christ was not crucified on the cross in Jerusalem, but moved to Japan, where he married and lived happily up to 106 years old. Every year, on Christmas, up to 10 thousand Japanese Christians visit the grave. And the guardians of the tomb of Jesus are ancient clans of Takenuchi and Savaguchi. They are known to have a family chronicle age of 1.5 thousand years. And one of the records states that these clans are descendants of Jesus Christ himself. As a matter of fact, the record was rewritten many times, and the last correction was made about 200 years ago.

Jesus grave
Jesus grave

According to this religious relic, the first time Christ visited Japan at the age of 30. But aged 33, he returned home to Jerusalem to preach his word. But the local population did not accept his truth, and the Roman officials even sentenced him to death. But, according to Japanese record, though a certain man was crucified on the cross, it was not Christ himself, but his brother, named Isukiri.

Jesus grave
Jesus grave

Jesus himself had fled to the East. First, he wandered through Siberia, then moved to Alaska, and from there – to the village of Shingo, where he had lived before. In Shingo, he got married, and had three children (who became the founders of clans Takenuchi and Savaguchi). Japanese Christ died at the age of 106, and was buried there in Shingo.

Sign to Jesus grave
Sign to Jesus grave

The religious chronicle also describes the creation of the Earth, which was populated by immigrants from a distant planet, and their descendants lived in Atlantis. Jesus Christ was also the atlas, ie descendant of aliens.

Jesus Christ grave in Japan

Jesus grave
Jesus grave
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Jesus grave, description
Jesus Christ grave in Japan
Jesus Christ grave in Japan

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