Weird legends popular in Japan

   In Japan, there are three weird legends that make historians laugh. The legend swears and the listener is in a trance. Only God knows which is true and false!
  
   A legend: He died at the age of 106 Aomori
  
   If I heard that Jesus Christ is dead in Japan do not know the reader will Zuoheganxiang? But in Japan, any villager in Shinkura, Sanhe County, Aomori Prefecture, would swear to heaven that not only did Jesus Christ die in Shinkura, but there was also a tomb of Jesus Christ on the nearby hill!
   Walking up the mountain along the forest trail next to the village, people will encounter two crosses on the small soil slope. The mound on the right hand side is the legendary tomb of Jesus Christ, and on the left hand side is the tomb of Jesus Ido, the brother of Christ (there is no such person in the Bible). The villagers said that although the Bible says that Jesus Christ was martyred in Jerusalem, it was not Jesus Christ who was crucified and died at that time, but his brother Ido.
   It is said that Jesus Christ first arrived in Japan when he was 21 years old. He disembarked from Hashidate Port on the coast of Japan, and then began to study Japanese, literature and religion, and did not leave Japan to return to his country until he was 31 years old.
   After returning to Japan, Jesus Christ could not forget everything about Japan, so he came to Japan again four years later. This time, Christ took the legacy of his brother Ito and the image of Maria. After traveling throughout Central Asia and Siberia, he arrived in Hataro Village (now Hachinohe City) in Aomori, Japan by boat. Jesus Christ, who came to Japan for the second time, changed his name to “Jurai Taro Great Sky” and settled in Tanrai Village (now the new village), married a Japanese woman Taeko, and gave birth to 3 daughters. The legend that the tomb of Jesus Christ first appeared in Shingura was in August 1935. Nagano Norihide, the head of the industrial division of the village’s main office, recalled: “Takeuchi, who lived in Isohara-cho, Ibaraki Prefecture, and ancient history expert When people came to the village, they claimed that an ancient book of Jesus Christ living in the village was found in the Takeuchi family’s library. So they went into the mountain with the village head, Denjiro Sasaki, and found two mounds in the bamboo forest on the small slope. They, together with archaeologists from the Society for the Study of Ancient Culture of All Nations, further studied the suicide note of Jesus Christ found by Takeuchi Ko at Isobara, Ibaraki Prefecture, and found that Jesus died in the village until he was 106 years old.”
   So far, the new village still has customs very similar to those of the Jews. Nagano Fanying said: “Fourteen or five years ago, there was still a local habit of using black ink or lipstick to put a swastika on the head of a newborn baby. There is an ancient family in the village called Zekou, which has always used pentagons to mark the family pattern. It’s said that this family is the descendant of Jesus Christ.”
   Nagano Fanying became more and more proud, pointing to the Miping Plateau on the Lake Towada outside the village and saying: “The Miping Plateau is the’Eden’ in the Bible. The apple orchard in that area. very much, Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit is actually famous Aomori apples. ”
  
   a Tale of two: Moses preach beyond the hilltop treasure of
  
   legends about Ishikawa-cho charge water Baoda hilltop grave of Moses, from the end of World War II It began to spread soon after. At that time, an archaeologist and geologist, Shan Genju, mentioned in his book “Light from the East” that Moses had traveled to Baodie Mountain. Since then, believers have never stopped traveling.
   The local legend is that Moses came to Baoda Mountain from the high wind of Mount Fuji. Moses came ashore from Wajima on the Noto Peninsula, and then traveled along the current Nanao Line railway to reach Baoda Mountain. After Moses prayed to the mountain, Baoda Mountain suddenly glowed with golden light, so Moses settled here.
   Mount Baodie is 637 meters above sea level, and it takes 1 hour by bus from Kanazawa Station. The landowner’s name is off-road macro. The stone road leading to the top of the mountain is not very easy to walk. There are three bowl-shaped ancient tombs on the top of the mountain, each with a diameter of about 10 meters, adjacent to each other.
   Cross-country Hong said: “This is the tomb of Moses. At the most, 180 people come to the pilgrimage a day. During the summer vacation, an average of 40 or 50 people come every day. In particular, emerging religious groups are particularly interested in this place, and there are counts every year. Thousands of people will come.”
   Twenty years ago, the villagers once dug a grave, but it was about one meter away. Suddenly everyone felt a headache and nauseous, so no one dared to dig any more. Nobuyuki Murai of the Educational Committee of Oshimi Town said: “In the fall of 1984, a group of unsuccessful tourists from Spain took two vehicles to find Moses’ tomb. In early September, a religious group was erected next to the ancient tomb. A tombstone about 1 meter high, on which it is written: the spiritual position of the Holy One Moses the Great Master.
   Off-road Hong said: “In early 2002, we originally asked the local newspaper to write an article telling everyone that this place is not the tomb of Moses, so as to clarify the rumors. Unexpectedly, what was published was’this place is the tomb of Moses’ and it was written well. In this way, more people will come.”
   An old believer said seriously: “I dreamed that Moses personally ordered me to come to Baoda Mountain.”
  
   Legend 3: Solomon’s treasure is buried in Jianshan Mountain.
  
   Jianshan, the second highest peak on Shikoku Island, is 1955 meters above sea level and is a famous tourist summer resort. This is the place where Solomon, the ancient king of Israel, in the Middle East, buried the treasure. Shigeo Fujimoto, who has worked at the mountain top restaurant for more than 30 years, pointed to the countless pits near the top of the mountain and said, “That is the result of the treasure hunters digging in the past. An old gentleman named Miyaka Yuharu has been digging since 1977. In 19 years, no matter the weather is windy or rainy, regardless of hand and foot injuries and bleeding, he kept digging like crazy. Several times he said that he would dig out in an hour, and report to the police! The result! No one believes him.”
   Gong Zhong Yaochun passed away 7 years ago. At that time, because Japan emphasized environmental protection, he was ordered down the mountain and was not allowed to dig any more. But before him. I don’t know how many people have tried to unearth these treasures worth hundreds of billions of dollars. Some of them are famous Japanese figures, such as the commander of the Japanese joint fleet before the Pacific War, General Hidesuke Yamamoto. Yamamoto did not hesitate to spend tens of millions of dollars, hired people to build tunnels, and large-scale digging for treasure. Of course, the result was lost.
   The owner of the restaurant on the top of the mountain, Xinju Wangnan, recalled an incident involving giant snakes nearby ten years ago. Although no one seems to have seen the giant snake with his own eyes, some people say it is the patron saint of treasure.
   The statement that King Solomon’s treasure was treasured at Jianshan on Shikoku Island was published by the world-famous Bible scholar Kogan Masahiro. Based on the contents of the Old Testament Bible and the New Testament Revelation, he put forward a bold hypothesis, saying that “about 2,900 years ago, King Solomon and the Egyptian Pharaoh united and established a great kingdom in Israel, but not long after Facing collapse. Solomon led 144,000 people on a long journey and fled eastward. At that time, everyone was carrying gold and silver treasures, including the ark of the Lord, the rod of Aaron and the Ten Commandments of Moses.” But King Solomon His whereabouts and the whereabouts of the magic weapon are still a mystery.
   The 20th chapter of “Bible Revelation” once recorded that “the treasure was thrown into the bottomless hole, enclosed in it and stamped on it”; and chapter 4 pointed out that the location of the treasure is in the “throne”, and there are The four animals, lion, cow, man and eagle, are divided into four places. Takane Sect believes: “The lion is Dewu County whose mouth is the Mumon Strait, the cattle is Kagawa Prefecture whose back is the inland sea, and the eagle is like Kochi prefecture with its wings spread out. People are Aimei County, and the center is equivalent to The location of the Throne is Jianshan.” If you compare the map of Japan, the coastlines of these four prefectures really look like lions, cows, people, and eagles!
   Before the Second World War, his words caused a frenzied treasure hunt. But looking around, but never digging out a reason. Therefore, the lonely Masaru Kogan published a new theory again in 1954, declaring: “The treasure was transported to Enoshima in the Heian era, when Genyoricho, and placed in the largest cave on the south bank.” So, again. Many treasure hunters tried to dig for treasures on Enoshima Island. It was not until 2001 that the rock fall accident caused casualties and the government closed it down.