posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 09:55 PM
This story has a few issues. The credibility of the story originator, not the op. The credibility of the would be emperor is an issue too. Being as i
cant prove if the would be emperor is truthful or not im going to just try to shed some light on the subject.
First, this story originates from one source and has made its rounds from one particular blog. No other news source has picked it up nor has anyone
else put enough stock in it to verify or debunk it.
This story originally came from the blog of a canadian expat living in japan. His name is benjamin fulford. He is very tight with serial conspiracy
hoaxer, david wilcock. Fulford also has strong ties to the yakuza. Which is interesting considering the claimant is heavily supported by and tied to
the japanese criminal underworld. But this is purely circumstantial but it does let us know the original story is biased and agenda driven.
Ok lets get to some facts. First off, he claims the current emperors family uses a satanic star in its sigil. This is a lie. If you look atthe crest
it is not a satanic star. Lie #1.
The would be emperor claims the seord is the oldrst chinese sword in existence. That is lie #2.
The jewel I have no information on. So I cant intelligently comment on.
He also claims to be a direct descendant of the biblical abraham which fits neatly into japanese mythology. Two myths don't make a fact. And what he
claims may fit mythology but it doesn't fit historical data nor is it congruent with what we know anout history and genetics. Oh and the would be
emperor claims aliens gave him one of the original ten commandments stone tablets.
Lastly we come to common sense. Why hasn't any major news outlet or a major "unfiltered news" internet site investigated or followed up? The
japanese are voracious on scandals relating to the emperor. Several other asian nations would benefit if the story was true yet nobody is interested.
Well for one his story contradicts accepted japanese history. The history of the jewel is well known and doesnt fit with the would be emperors claims.
My opinion is that the originator, Fulford, and his underworld associates have much to gain if their guy got the throne. Imagine if the yakuza had the
emperor in their pocket, could you imagine? They would be "the" dominant force in asia. And the would be userper needs money and power ro push his
claim. So he and rhe yakuza both have much to gain. As does the blogger who is tight with the yakuza. Even though he mistepresents some of the royal
treasure they are still valuable albeit illigitimate pieces he would need monet, poer and unfluence to aqquire them.
I'm of the opinion that his claim is bogus. There is too much of an agenda to trust him. Too many ties to the mob. Too many benefits for the mob if
he succeeds. There are too many lies regarding his claims. Some of his attempts at slander of the current emperor and his family are ridiculous. So
are his claims of relation to mythological nonexistent biblical figures. Oh i forgot this part i think, he claims that he has one of the otiginal
stone tablets that god created the ten commandments on. But even if you believe in the bible the original tablets were destroyed and rewritten by
moses. Essentially all of his claims can be proven wrong or there is enough circumstantial evidence to make one think them bull$hit. The agenda of all
involved means no neutrality ad the lack of any media source being interesten in following up or even taking time to dwbunk it says a lot.
Just my 2 cents but google the empirers name or the authors name and the eord hoax and you will most likely come to the same conclusion that i have.
Interesting story and vert interesting timing but there is so little truth to it that its almost certainly a hoax. Good luck and I hope that i was
able to shed some light on this interesting claim by a total nutter.