Haniwa of Shibayama Tumulus
The figure with a hat and hoe is an ancient Jewish figure
Most students of elementary school graduation collections often write memories of school excursions and sports days, but I wrote about the secrets of the universe and the Egyptian pyramid.
I had read all the ancient books in the library was also because I was interested in the universe and ancient times.
Recently, I re-learned the history again during the period of self-restraint of the Coron confusion. Up until now, I have learned the common sense of history after postwar history thought, so the literature on this subject written from a completely new perspective on history and history recognition is a series of surprises, there are many things that I could clearly understand that I couldn’t understand for many years.
I also re-learned the construction of Egyptian pyramids and the history of ancient civilization. It has been known since ancient times that the five-pointed and six-pointed stars are the coat of arms of energy. The crest of Seimei Shrine in Kyoto is also a pentagram.
In addition, a clear answer to the question, “Why is the torii gate of a shrine so red?”, which I had always questioned, was found during the time of re-learning. I used to interpret it as referring to the red color of the sun, but I will write more about this in another blog. Professor Hidemichi Tanaka, emeritus professor at Tohoku University, made clear that the ancient Jews had come to Japan from evidence of the haniwa of the Shibayama Tumulus. The hat and beard are characteristic, demonstrating that ancient Jews had come to Japan. The DNA of the gene, D2, is common to Jews and Japanese. The red torii can also be read from ancient Jewish festivals.
Professor Masaaki Ueda, an emeritus professor at Kyoto University, who had been asking us to advise us since the founding of Kyo-Suzume, is an expert on immigrants to ancient Japan who introduced cultures and technology from continental Asia, and he taught us that Kyoto is an international city, and how to create Heian-kyo by Mr. Hata. We have been always taught from professor Ueda that we need to look history over once more like back and forth, and that we can rediscover history by seeing a living history. The Heiankyo crest is six pointed stars, and the ancient Roman crest is a pentagram. The pentagram has the function of stabilizing mental energy. We can also finish with a single stroke.
There is a theory that Mr. Hata, a visitor who worked for the construction of Heiankyo, originally came from Jews. Heiankyo’s coat of arms, six-pointed star, is the origin of the present coat of arms of Kyoto, and has been used as an amulet since ancient times. The hexagram is known as the Kagome crest in Japan and is said to have the function of strengthening mental energy.
We designed the Kyo-Suzume logo by designing the Kanji of Kyo, and we were deeply moved by the deep meaning of the emblem and logo.
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