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2015.02.09 Monday

mysteries of the lost tribe


    An open investigation into the settlement of jewish tribes of israel in ancient japan. numerous scholars in both countries found multiple sources of evidence for this in folk law and other Shinto traditions. 

    similar crest in second temple and imperial seal .


    Japanese mizura and jewish payot

    the hata mountain people of old japan were said to have mystical powers of strength and wisdom. the ritual mask of the hata has great resemblance to the popular figure of tengu. he appears in many shapes and had the ability to change form. also known as the patron of martial arts punishing the corrupt misuses of power, authority and those who corrupt the dharma.

      the hentu mask and tengu god feature large nose or beak, often as an exaggerated attribute. stories and myths tell of un-human beings with super natural powers.
    in a 2006 tv mini series on the unknown the story of the hata people was told comparison to ancient israel, including diplomatic officials and religious authorities dubiously attempting to create a chosen mythical lineage to god.  

    president of jewish comunity in tokyo rabbi henry noah, interviewed for the program


    the resemblance is remarkable!


    rabbe Schneerson (lubavitch) -son of god

    lubavitch was criticized for his passion and desire to raise awareness to the coming of the Messiah.  

    During his life many people hoped that he would be revealed as the Messiah.. Admirers pointed to traditional Jewish theology which teaches that in every generation there is one person who is worthy of being the Messiah, and if God deems the times right, he will be revealed by God as such..

    in nazi and other racist traditions  use of myth is common. theories of supremency are used to enlighten their peolpe into beleiving there own superiority. this is especially  effective when governments need to explain why thy must rule other races and why they have royal lineage.   

                                                          --------crooked cross----------

    svastika (Devanagariस्वस्तिक), meaning any lucky or auspicious object, and in particular a mark made on persons and things to denote auspiciousness, or any piece of luck or well-being.. 
    a Chinese character with variations of this form appearing in most pagan cultures. 

        nazi propaganda

    like the broken cross, 1930s propaganda made use of the myth of the hata people. 

                         un human beings with super natural powers