2014: The Mystery of Jesus in Japan

No matter what one’s religious affiliation, there is no denying that one of the most readily recognizable figures in all of the world’s  religions is none other than Jesus Christ. There is a rich history of stories and adventures attributed to this iconic figure, but did one of these adventures involve Jesus traveling to ancient Japan? According to the folklore of one remote mountain village in the northern corner of Japan, Jesus Christ not only journeyed to Japan, but also found his final resting place here rather than dying on the cross in Golgotha. For all of you scratching your heads right now, let’s take a look into the weird story of Jesus Christ’s alleged life in Japan. Tucked away within the mountainous terrain of Aomori prefecture, in the northern region of Japan, is a village by the name of Shingō. It is a modest village of only 2,632 people, […] Read More

2013: THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, and THE FREEMASONS

Timeline: The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Jesus Christ “Nothing is hidden that will not be made known, or secret that will not come to light” http://www.geocities.com/theshapeofgod/page2_22.html 1058 Malcolm III becomes king of Scotland. 1073 Pope Gregory VII announces that, after one thousand years of the Christian church, henceforth only the bishop of Rome may use the title of papa (pope) and that all secular princes must henceforth kiss the pope’s foot as a gesture of reverential humility which they were not to extend to any other pope. 1093 King Malcolm III of Scotland dies. 1096 Hughes de Payen born in Vitry, son of mother Alef of Montbard. (his death is in 1244). 1100 Henry I becomes king of England 1104 Count Hugh of Champagne visits the Holy land and Jerusalem returning to Europe in 1108. 1114 Count Hugh of Champagne returns to Jerusalem and is accompanied by his vassal Hughes de […] Read More

1700s: Freher’s Process in the Philosophical Work

The Process in the Philosophical Work considered as thoroughly analogical with that in Man’s Redemption through Jesus Christ; and represented by positions given thereof, as to its principal points in Behmen‘s Signatura Rerum, chapters, vii, x, xi, xii. 1. Adam’s primeval state in Paradise, and the manner of his spoiling himself, his whole created being, by his lustful imagination after the knowledge of good and evil, is rightly by this author, not only spoken of in the first beginning of his description, but also frequently repeated and variously expressed throughout his whole discourse. For if Man understandeth not his own corrupted nature, and that curse which he himself lieth under, how can he be imagined to be able for an understanding of the nature and curse of the Earth? Or upon what ground can he presume to deliver such or such a particular thing from that curse; or to […] Read More