In rural Japan is grave of Daitenkuu Taro Jurai. The rest of the world knows him as Jesus Christ.
Jesus died in the mountain hamlet of Shingo. Proof of his death there is a tomb with his remains. The tomb and other artifacts in a museum provide evidence of his life in Shingo until his death at the age of 106. Coffee mugs with a likeness of Jesus are for sale.
Jesus had visited Shingo and studied eastern religions during the years between when he was born and reappeared in the Bible, “the lost years.” Then, when he was to be nailed to the cross, he cleverly substituted a volunteer, cut the ear of the volunteer off and escaped back to Shingo with the ear.
There, he married a local girl and fathered three children. Blue-eyed people still live in Shingo.
I’m aware there may be scoffers about Shingo, Japan, being the final resting place of Jesus. Such doubters should be aware Jesus dictated a document before his death reviewing the events of his life before and after his return to Shingo.
This document’s content is remembered by many. The parchment itself existed for many generations, only to be destroyed during World War II. What was written has been preserved through oral history. Much of what is called history in the Bible is called oral history.
I have doubts about the bones in Japan, just as I have doubts about accounts of Jesus in the Bible.
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