Why I Came Back To Belarus

I’d just arrived in Minsk with a gleam in my eye and decided to record a video before heading out to have my soul crushed. But this does show where my mind was at upon arrival: paranoid having started reading ‘Waiting For Hitler: Stalin, 1929-1941’ by Stephen Kotkin (which is admittedly not the best thing to read if you’re already nervous about entering a country which prides itself on retaining the policies of the Soviet Union) and also goes on to display my obsession with Jungian personality types (in fact, for the first time I decided to confess that I am an INFP personality type).

 

 

Visiting Japan’s ‘Grave Of Moses’ | The supposed link between Japan, Judaism, and ancient aliens

Moses is one of the most well-known religious figures of all time. But what if we’ve been getting certain facts about his life slightly wrong?

Moses is one of the most well-known religious figures in all history. But what if we’ve been getting certain facts about his life slightly wrong?

Because here at Mount Hodatsu in Japan’s Ishikawa prefecture, a grave exists which, according to some, is the final resting place of Moses, the Jewish religion’s most important prophet.

To some people, this claim might seem kind of far-fetched. After all, Egypt is quite far from Japan, and it just doesn’t seem likely that Moses would have undertaken such an incredible journey all by himself. But what if I were to reveal to you something that might just make you consider the possibility that maybe, just maybe, there’s actually some truth in all of this?

What if I were to tell you that Moses was actually communicating with ancient aliens?

Yeah, that’s right. According to ‘the Takeuchi Documents’, a dubious set of Japanese texts discovered in the 1930s, Moses actually flew to Japan via UFO. They don’t really go into any real detail, though. You just have to sort of accept it. I guess that’s the beauty of cults.

Just like Christ’s Grave in Japan’s Aomori prefecture, the Grave Of Moses isn’t particularly convincing. But I decided to drink a massive coffee and embark on a day trip from Kanazawa, only one hour away by train. Not only for my own amusement, but because the Jewish people today deserve to know the truth.

Watch the video below. Praise Moses.

The Japanese Jesus Conspiracy: Visiting the Christ Festival in Japan’s Aomori Prefecture

Recently I decided to attend the Christ Festival in Japan’s Aomori Prefecture, a ceremony which celebrates the strange notion that Jesus lived and died in Japan.

Recently I decided to attend the Christ Festival in Japan’s Aomori Prefecture, a ceremony which celebrates the strange notion that Jesus lived and died in Japan.

Held early on a Sunday morning, the Christ Festival seemed strangely unchristian; instead the entire service came across as remarkably Japanese. But when you learn the story behind this myth, everything becomes quite a lot clearer.

I was also lucky enough to spend some time with the local villagers of Shingo Village, some of whom ran ‘Christ-Stop’, a convenience store devoted to selling Japanese Jesus-related products.

So yes, it’s all a bit confusing. But watch the video below and you’ll see that, well, it all makes sense in a strange way. Don’t forget to let me know what you think and please subscribe. Praise Japanese Jesus.