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Leonardo Watson
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Jesus Christ Lived In India Book



Another popular view is that Jesus did not actually die on the cross as the Gospels all report, but instead escaped execution and traveled to another land. The most popular of these theories claims that Jesus died in Kashmir, the northernmost part of India, some 2,500 miles east of Jerusalem. This theory agrees with Notovitch that Jesus went to that part of India but claims that he went there after his public teaching ministry in Galilee and Judea, not before it. The claim was advanced originally in a 1908 book by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the founder of the Ahmadiyya movement, an Islamic sect that regards Ghulam Ahmad as the Messiah and Mahdi, a kind of latter-day Jesus for this Islamic tradition.11 German author Holger Kersten argued in his book that both Notovitch and Ghulam Ahmad were correct and that Jesus had lived in Kashmir both before and after his public years in Israel.12 Obviously, denying that Jesus died on the cross and then rose from the dead is a rejection of the core facts of the Christian gospel.




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This book is an extensive reworking of the Jesus story with strong Theosophical and Spiritualist influences. Of interest is the attempt to fill in the two decade gap in the Jesus's traditional biography. According to Dowling, Jesus spent a lot of time in the mystical East where he learned esoteric methods from the masters, while rebelling against the caste system. The narrative, unfortunately, has numerous historical inconsistencies, including Jesus meeting historical figures who lived hundreds of years before or after the first century, e.g. Mencius. The book has Jesus studying in India in the Orissa area; while this is an historically important ceremonial area, it didn't come into prominence until nearly a millenium later. In addition, this work appears to be derivative of The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ.


When he was stable from his wounds, he was carried back to the castle of the Loyola family to recuperate. When he was well enough to read, he asked for books which told tales of chivalry. Since no such books were available, he was given a book on the saints and another on the life of Christ. He read and daydreamed about his future. When he pondered himself performing the same heroic deeds as the saints, he notices a peace and contentment in his heart. But when he envisioned himself courting the ladies and engaging in noble military feats, he felt empty and dry. He learned to trust what brought him peace as coming from God. So once he recovered, he decided to make a religious pilgrimage to Jerusalem to spend the rest of his life visiting the places where Christ had lived and preached, suffered, died and rose.


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