PART THE FIFTH: In Which Lines Are Drawn


Yes, ‘LINES’.

But not blurred lines separating fiction and reality. And not strategic lines which differentiate ally from enemy. Rather I am talking about ancestral lines, the phylogenetic origin of our mysterious Junsui women.

Let us first turn to a neglected element of the Junko Junsui mystery: the role of Nippon Shin Eisei, the purported ‘creators’ of the Junsui.

Recall back to my first entry when an advertising campaign launched by the Nippon Shin Eisei company introduced us to a girl named Junko. Junko was by their claim the first of a group of a group of genetically engineered children known as the Junsui—‘the children of all mankind.’

By clicking on the company logo on the bottom left of the page, one might investigate the corporate ID page of Nippon Shin Eisei (NSE), a Japanese biotech company.

Some colleagues of mine who are native Japanese speakers give the following translation:

Our children are reflections of ourselves. But while we can make choices to benefit our own lives, we’ve never before been able to make these kinds of choices for our unborn children. In a rapidly changing world, Nippon Shin Eisei has created a revolutionary new process through which parents can best prepare their child for the future.

NSE’s enhancements are not designed to create children with abilities beyond the capabilities of modern man. Our genetic engineers simply splice in normal genetic code, ensuring healthy alleles are in place and safeguarding your child against potentially devastating mutations.

Clicking the contact link, I wrote a cursory email to the company regarding my interest in the topic of genetically-engineered tykes (which is admittedly genuine). Within a short time, I received the following reply:


One wonders what the point of announcing their program in such a global fashion would be, if NSE could not accept further international applicants.

Annoying automated responses aside, there are a few other items that do seem to indicate that the Junsui are in fact the product of some kind of genetic design.

First of all, and this is a point of curiosity which has been raised by others, is that none of the girls, including Junko (Vera), Little Sister (Rhea), or Diyne (Oksana), seem to have a mother. Instead they are surrounded by individuals who are referred to by such euphemisms as ‘protector’ and ‘suitor’. Eventually these evolve into the more ominous labels of ‘defiler’ and ‘khozain’ (patriarchal authoritarian).

If one is so inclined, they can page through the twenty odd pages of Junko’s Facebook postings and still read some of her early messages. In particular, those occurring before the disappearance of Little Sister reveal some very telling facts regarding Junko’s interests and obsessions.

Or, you can follow my postings, as I’ve already, *sigh* made a PDF of the entire sequence of postings.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Because I am writing this account of events after the fact, I’m not able to present Junko’s original Facebook posts as they originally appeared. There were in fact some deletions made along the way which will not be seen here. Also, hopefully not a ‘spoiler’ for anybody at this point, but Junko eventually revealed her real name to be Vera Novosi, changing the name of the profile itself to reflect this new monicker. We’ll get into my thinking on this later.

Here’s her post in its original form, when it did indeed start with the name JUNKO JUNSUI and featured the icon of the blonde woman from NSE’s Junsui Project site…


Two important deductions can be made from the above posting:

  1. Since ‘Junko’ is addressed in the second person, the name of the writer is likely not Junko.
  2. The writer (and presumably her companions) have no mother.

I’m not quite sure why it took the crack puzzle-solving teams of the Internet so long to figure this out. But perhaps hindsight is 20:20.

If there was any remaining doubt regarding the Junko pseudonym, it was eliminated a few days later by the following posting…


The term Hyperboreal refers to Hyperborea, the area north of the mythical Greek island known as Thule. Typically, this term has connotations of terrae incognitae such as the land of the Vikings and Druids and so forth. But here, I suspect, Junko was alluding to another race, a would-be master one.


The mystics of Nazism, quoting Wikipedia, identified Hyperborea as ‘the ancient origin of the Aryan race.’ The claim was based upon an easily discarded, probable hoax manuscript known as the Oera Linda. This text also claims:

Europe and other lands were, for most of their history, ruled by a succession of folk-mothers presiding over a hierarchical order of celibate priestesses dedicated to the goddess Frya, daughter of the supreme god Wr-alda and Irtha, the earth mother.

Back in my last post when we mentioned the videos featuring the documentary antics of the young princess Gwaschemasch’e, you may recall she was, by the telling of the second excerpt, spirited out of Turkey on the eve of possible banishment. Her spiritual mentor, encouraging her study of arcane lore, was one Guido von List. A little delving on Herr von List reveals that he was associated with (and in fact the video mentions him by name) one Lanz von Liebenfels. Von Liebenfels is perhaps better known to devotees of video games and conspiracy theories as one of the founders of the Thule Society, the Bavarian occultist group which was a direct sponsor of the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (which later became the Nazi Party).

When tracing a tangent on the Internet long enough, all things will eventually lead to Hitler, I suppose.

So, after leaving Turkey in the Summer of 1908 (on second viewing, the documentarian behind the video seems to have suspected German spy, Fritz Duquesne as the perpetrator), it seems Gwaschemasch’e spent some time in Germany under the warm eye of those who would go on to found some of the tenets of National Socialism.

This brings another elephant into the room: the consistent allusions to the theme of eugenics, both historically and into the present day.

Going back to both Wikipedia and the Circassians, we learn:

By the early nineteenth century, Circassians were associated with theories of racial hierarchy, which elevated the Caucasus region as the source of the purest examples of the white race, which was named the Caucasian race after the area by Johann Friedrich Blumenbach. Blumenbach theorised that the Circassians were the closest to God’s original model of humanity, and thus ‘the purest and most beautiful whites were the Circassians.

Now throw on top of this the possibility that Gwaschemasch’e spent a good number of years in the care of the world’s foremost proponents of German neopaganism and Arayanism; add in the fact that the Junsui Project’s children have purportedly, ‘been gifted with only the most optimal human alleles’, and I’d say you have a pretty consistent theme of eugenics running through things.

The Lebensborn ('font of life') program was a Nazi eugenics program established by Himmler's SS in 1936 to provide for the breeding of children who were 'racially and biologically-hereditarily valuable'

The Lebensborn ('font of life') organization was a Nazi eugenics program established by Himmler's SS in 1936 to provide for the breeding of children who were 'racially and biologically-hereditarily valuable'

To what end, you ask? As a good conspiracy theorist, shackled to my personal Abulafia, I might suggest that this history alludes to something sacred or protected—perhaps sought by rival empires for centuries.

Several items of evidence establish a connection between the Junsui Program and the Russian private military company, Alfa-Tsentr. Most notable among these is the sending address of the automatic response e-mail from NSE, which suggests that some administrative functions of the Japanese biotechnology company have been taken over by the Russian PMC.

A very disturbing and provocative question arises:

What exactly would a Russian nationalist private paramilitary entity want with a Japanese biotechnology company developing new genetic engineering technology?


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