posted on Jan, 6 2009 @ 05:19 PM
According to the document, Jesus arrived in Aomori at the age of 21, where he took the name Daitenku Taro Jurai, studied the Japanese language and
developed a deep affinity for the country and people. Eleven years later – conveniently the same period in the Bible that his whereabouts cannot be
accounted for – he returned to Judea but fell foul of the Romans.
Instead of being crucified, however, the Romans got the wrong man and nailed his brother, Isukiri, to the cross. Carrying his brother's ear and a
lock of hair from the Virgin Mary, Jesus fled across Siberia to Shingo, where he grew rice, married a local woman called Miyuko and had three
daughters, it claims.
At the ripe old age of 106, Jesus died peacefully and was interred in the mound that sits on Mr Sawaguchi's land.
Could this be even remotely possible? Its definately a new take on the 'Jesus survived' theories... Who knows, what if its true?