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4 years ago  ::  Jan 22, 2011 - 12:56PM #1
Krishnarose
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According to a hidden monastery in the hills of the Himalaya's Hemis Monastary, a Buddhist retreat, they have thousands of ancient documents, 2,000 years old, proving that Jesus came and lived there after the crucifixion.  Conversations were recorded with the Head Monks living there at that time, Jesus discussed how his own people had crucified him and he defeated death.  After some time spent meditating and discussing spiritual life with the monks there, he left and went to Srinagar, Kashmir.  There is alot of evidence pointing to the fact that Jesus lived in Kashmir until his last breath, in his late 70's.  He was a renowned teacher of devotion, and harmonized Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism with his own new brand of thought, which had no "box" at that time.  it was based upon one fact "love and devotion is the key to the Kingdom, and to our freedom".  He was well loved for his wisdom and became a key religious figure in Kashmir.  His reasons for travelling to Kashmir was to help unite the 12 tribes of Judah, which was one of the reasons for the Messiah to come to Earth.  He travelled far and wide, through Europe, Eastern Europe, Turkey (Ephesus) is where Mother Mary's tomb is, she had lived there with John for many years, and was a well loved and noted royal and Holy Lady.  There is a tomb in Srinagar, Kashmir said to be the tomb of Jesus Christ.  I went there when I was a child, and I thought it was strange that Jesus's body would be there in Northern India, but now upon further reflection and deep research, my conclusion is that indeed Jesus lived and died in India.  His free-thinking, liberalism in spiritual teachings came from his days living in Jagannath Puri as a young man, where he "studied to prepare for his Messianic mission".  He lived there with his Mother Mary, who brought him there along the Gypsy Trail to meet with the King of that region, who was one of the 3 Kings who came to give alms when Jesus was first born.  He spent years studying there, and learning about devotion Bhakti Yoga, gaining daily entrance into the famous Jagannath Temple there in Orissa!  He studied the ancient Vedic scriptures and when he was finished with his study, he returned to Jerusalem (the missing years were over) and started his mission.  This why his thinking was so radical to that time and place, as he had learned something so different and new, that was out of the box. 


 


Please read Fida Hassnain books - The Search of the Historical Jesus - an amazing read!


 


Please study Jesus In Heaven On Earth - Journey of Jesus to Kashmir - His Preaching to the Lost Tribes of Israel, His Death and Burial in Srinagar, Kashmir - by Khwaja Nazir Ahmad - this is a must read for anyone claiming to be a scholar on the life of Jesus Christ!


 

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3 years ago  ::  Jan 27, 2011 - 9:21PM #2
Hippychick
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Thank you for this refreshing post.  I will look forward to reading the books you have mentioned... I find this a most compelling and fascinating subject indeed.

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3 years ago  ::  May 09, 2011 - 2:26PM #3
truthseeker630
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Hi Krishna and Hippychick,


Most of what you've mentioned I've heard of before with the exception of the involvement of the Theotokos Mary.  I saw a youtube video where a man named Dr. Robert Beckford was investigating the story behind Jesus and how each different culture sees him.  Apparently the Ahmadiyya Muslims and some Hindus are in agreement that it is really Jesus' tomb, while most every other Muslim says it is one of the many prophets of Islam but not Jesus himself. 


I do believe that much of the story of Jesus in the Gospels has been mythologized a great deal.  Some of it is historically inaccurate, and there are too many similarities between the story of Jesus and the life & times of Gautama Shakyamuni Buddha, and Krishna himself.  That's why it was so easy for the Egyptians, Greeks, and other pagans to accept Christianity because they already had another version of the same story.  To me, I suppose it doesn't really change my faith in Jesus though.  Thousands of people have had encounters with his spiritual presence, so it's still good to live a moral life and worship your Ishta Devata as you see fit regardless of the historical facts. 


Even Krishna himself says that by whatever name we call God, and in whatever form we worship Him in -- we are really worshipping Krishna! 


Christos Anesti (Christ is Risen!)

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