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kuburan yesus di Shingo Herai

Posted by kosongan pada | 21 |Desember| 2008 |

sumber : cuplikan dari http://tussys.blogspot.com/2006_05_01_archive.html

pada tahun 1935 kiyomaro takeuchi menemukan sebuah dokumen berusia 1900 tahun di Ibaraki Pref. dokumen tersebut memuat fakta bahwa Jesu atau Joshua putera Mary lahir di bethlehem dan meninggal dan dimakamkan di sebuah kampung bernama Herai (sekarang bernama Shingo) di Aomori Pref. konon setelah sebelumnya melakukan perjalanan ke berbagai belahan dunia Jesu datang ke jepang saat berusia 50 tahun (beberapa sumber menyebut 21 tahun) dan kemudian menikah dan memiliki 3 orang anak perempuan. Jesu meninggal dalam usia 106 tahun. konon, Jesu inilah yang menemukan sistem penulisan katakana di jepang. kisah tentang bagaimana Jesu bisa sampai di jepang diulas di http://www.samsloan.com/jesusjap.htm dan http://montefuji.it/jesus%20and%20japan.htm , bahasan tentang kubur Jesu juga ada dihttp://members.ozemail.com.au/~skyaxe/tomb.htm , dan http://www.corkscrew-balloon.com/00/12/2thai/23b.html
kisah ini diperkuat dalam tulisan M. Desmarquet berjudul Thiaoouba Prophecy. menurut buku tersebut, Christ yang meninggal disalib adalah orang suci yang lain. maaf saya kurang kuwashii karena hanya membaca dari sumber tersier, sila baca bukunya sendiri untuk yang penasaran. ringkasan bahasan mengenai kisah ini di buku tersebut bisa dibaca di http://www.thiaoouba.com/tomb.htm
fakta mengenai keberadaan Jesu di perkampungan Herai juga diperkuat dengan adanya sebuah lagu daerah yang eksis hingga kini. lagu ini konon dinyanyikan setiap hari di kampung itu saat Jesu masih hidup. lirik lagu tersebut diyakini bukanlah berasal dari bahasa jepang tetapi bahasa ibrani. lirik itu berbunyi seperti ini: na ni ya do ya ra (dengarkan di http://www.thiaoouba.com/nanya4.wav ). seorang ahli bahasa ibrani/mesir meneliti lirik lagu ini dan menemukan bahwa kata pertama berbunyi: Na Nee ya yang dalam bahasa inggris berarti “it is ME, Joshua, the child given by Yehova.” katanya, lagu ini adalah bukti nyata keberadaan Jesu, orang-orang kampung sana telah turun temurun menyanyikan lagu itu walaupun liriknya dalam bahasa yang tak mereka mengerti. hum… menurutku lirik itu bisa saja betul-betul bahasa jepang… nani ya dou yara juga ada artinya, kan.

but then… tujuanku menulis kali ini hanya ingin membagi kemenarikan. mungkin saja ada yang benar-benar tertarik dan menjadikan informasi ini sebagai bahan tulisan fiksi, siapa tahu nanti hasil tulisannya bisa menyaingi http://www.danbrown.com/novels/davinci_code/reviews.html

dan sumber lain : http://www.subgenius.com/subg-digest/ancient/0163.html

VILLAGERS ASSERT CHRIST DIED IN JAPAN

By Janet Snyder, Reuters

SHINGO VILLLAGE, Japan–Jesus Christ’s direct descendant is a garlic
farmer living in northeast Japan, or so residents in this isolated
village say.

According to local legend, Jesus escaped here after the Romans tried to
crucify him and died a peaceful death at the age of 106 after having
fathered three daughters by a Japanese woman.

Whatever one makes of the legend, there must remain fascinating bits of
mystery in a Shingo village.

For centuries, villagers practiced customs unknown to the rest of Japan.
Newborn babies wore swaddling clothes embroidered with a Star of David.
Up to about 10 years ago, newborns had a cross painted in black ink on
their foreheads.

Villagers use words that other people don’t understand–their words for
father and mother are apa and aya, which they say come from the language
Jesus spoke.

Village councilman Tomekichi Shimotochidana and at least half of the
hamlet of 4,300 people firmly believe that Jesus lived and died here.

But not a single one of them is Christian, not even his supposed
descendant, Toyoji Sawaguchi, whose farm contains a mound topped with a
tall wooden cross, said to be Christ’s tomb.

The Jesus-in-Japan legend surfaced only in 1935, when a family to the
south discovered among their archives a set of ancient scrolls
designating Shingo as Christ’s last resting place.

The scrolls exist today only in transcription because the originals were
destroyed during World War II, Shimotochidana said. He is the only
known person alive to have seen the originals, village officials said.

The copy, now housed in Shingo’s village office, says in archaic
Japanese, “Jesus married a japanese woman named Yumiko, and had three
daughters by her.”

It further says Jesus made two trips to Japan. The first time, he
arrived at age 21 to study theology and live an ascetic life near Mt.
Fuji in central Japan.

He returned to Palestine 10 years later, where he suffered religious
persecution. Threatened with crucifixion, Jesus escaped, but his
brother Iskiri was executed in his place, the legend goes.

The brother’s ear and some of his hair, retrieved after the crucifixion
by some unexplained means, are buried next to the mortal remains of this
brother in Shingo, said Shimotochidana.

After a hard journey through Siberia, Jesus boarded a ship in Alaska and
made his way back to Japan.

“He landed in Hachinohe [the nearest port] and traveled overland to
Shingo, where he remained the rest of his life,” said Shimotochidana.

The Japanese Jesus legend diverges widely from Scripture in another
respect–Christ is not known to have performed any miracles while in
Shingo.

“But he did a lot of good deeds,” Shimotochidana said.

One local legend says that Jesus saved the villagers from starvation by
traveling a great distance to get them food.

One day in 1935, Japanese scholars arrived in Shingo to tell Sawaguchi
he was the direct descendant of Jesus and Yumiko.

The 67-year-old Sawaguchi, who grows garlic and rice, is skeptical of
the whole thing. He would prefer to discuss liberalization of farm
imports rather than his venerable reputed ancestor.

“I’m not a Christian, and I have my doubts about being Jesus’
descendant,” he said. “Somehow I just can’t picture Jesus, a great
man, as my ancestor.”

sumber : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shingo,_Aomori

Shingō (新郷村 Shingō-mura) , sometimes known as [the] Home of Christ (キリストの里, Kirisuto no Sato), is a village located in Sannohe District, Aomori, Japan.

As of 2003, the village has an estimated population of 3,201 and a density of 21.22 persons per km². The total area is 150.85 km².

The town claims to be the last resting-place of Jesus, buried in the “Tomb of Jesus.” According to the local lore, Jesus did not die on the cross at Golgotha. Instead his brother, Isukiri,took his place on the cross, while Jesus fled across Siberia, Alaska, and finally to Aomori, Shingo, Japan, where he became a rice farmer, married, and raised a family. While no evidence exists to prove this claim, some entrepreneurs have set up business selling memorabilia and Jesus souvenirs to the large number of tourists. Another tomb in Shingo is said to contain an ear of the brother of Jesus and a lock of hair from the Virgin Mary. The claims started in 1933 after the discovery of supposed “ancient Hebrew documents detailing Jesus’ life and death in Japan” that was supposedly the testament of Jesus. These documents were allegedly seized by the Japanese authorities and taken to Tokyo shortly before World War II and have not been seen since.

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2 Tanggapan to “kuburan yesus di Shingo Herai”

  1. r said

    I’ve heard music in a film about one Neem Karoli Baba, who lived sometimes near Almora, Uttar Pradesh, India that is very similar to the song recorded there in Aomori that they say is not Japanese.

    Someone made a compilation of film of this gentleman, who was highly regarded there. It consists a fifteen minute segment that repeats with different sound track each time.

    Some of the arta or music chanted contains sounds very similar, most likely in Hindi. They also have modern music lyric put in that is not what I mean.

  2. salman_farizzi said

    Coba aja di gali kali aja bener ada disana. HEHE. Tuhan koq dikubur.

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