First, Assume the Bible story about Jesus is true.
[[[Where was JESUS CHRIST between the age of 13 and 30?]]]
please let us know. Back your answer with some sound reason.
Nicolas Notovitch published a book called The Unknown Life of Christ. He was a Russian doctor who journeyed extensively throughout Afghanistan, India, and Tibet. Notovitch journeyed through the lovely passes of Bolan, over the Punjab, down into the arid rocky land of Ladak, and into the majestic Vale of Kashmir of the Himalayas. During one of his jouneys he was visiting Leh, the capital of Ladak, near where the buddhist convent Himis is. He had an accident that resulted in his leg being broken. This gave him the unscheduled opportunity to stay awhile at the Himis convent.
Notovitch learned, while he was there, that there existed ancient records of the life of Jesus Christ. In the course of his visit at the great convent, he located a Tibetan translation of the legend and carefully noted in his carnet de voyage over two hundred verses from the curious document known as "The Life of St. Issa."
He was shown two large yellowed volumes containing the biography of St. Issa. Notovitch enlisted a member of his party to translate the Tibetan volumes while he carefully noted each verse in the back pages of his journal.
When he returned to the western world there was much controversy as to the authenticity of the document. He was accused of creating a hoax and was ridiculed as an imposter. In his defense he encouraged a scientific expedition to prove the original tibetan documents existed.
One of his skeptics was Swami Abhedananda. Abhedananda journeyed into the arctic region of the Himalayas, determined to find a copy of the Himis manuscript or to expose the fraud. His book of travels, entitled Kashmir O Tibetti, tells of a visit to the Himis gonpa and includes a Bengali translation of two hundred twenty-four verses essentially the same as the Notovitch text. Abhedananda was thereby convinced of the authenticity of the Issa legend.
There have been later books written on the subject.
He spent his youth in Judea.He travelled outside his home country and spent sometime in monasteries in the foothills of the himalayas.
On my own digging through a lot of books like rear metaphysical stuff, and other religions, I came across a whole lot of stuff. His childhood with his cousin John the Baptize, his stay and tuition with the Essenes, some of his travels around the world (Ethiopia, Tibet, Egypt, India, some even say he went to England and China), his young teenage years when the boy was already too philosophical and spiritual for the priests and scribes in the Synagogues to handle, the internal family problems he kept trying to solve, the many women disciples that followed him, the healing, visiting villages of lepers, with the help of his disciples building houses for the poor and sick, the several assassination attempts on his life, yet they couldn't kill him for reasons unknown to the spiritually challenged humans, the love he exuded, the spiritual teachings, including using simple life forms, trees, rocks, flowers, the sea to give examples of how life is (some of which I've stored in my memory and will never forget), after death showing himself as spiritual being to show man that we are not our bodies....
Its a shame that these Romans hijacked the teachings and put very little about his life in the new testament, the so called 4
canons Mathew, Mark, Luke and John. Some of which are just repeats
When one loses the deep intimate relationship with nature, then temples, mosques and churches become important.
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