Today, it has become possible to assert that it is not possible to disprove Jesus’s stay in India, in view of the body of knowledge and evidence India gives us. No historically reliable source, nor accounts in the Gospels, comment on the years of Jesus’s life between his twelfth and thirtieth years. It is as if Jesus’ life began only after he turned 30!
poppy, as a narcotic pain relief, was completely in accordance with Jewish custom. There is a
plant known as Swallowwort, soma, celandine, asclepias acida or Master Herb / Jewish Herb
that was such a magical potion, with the property of putting into a cataleptic state resembling
death. Best known example of this is in the story of Romeo and Juliet. This apparent death is
a comatose state resembling deep sleep, where all signs of life such as respiration, heart beat
and pulse are no longer noticeable. It is perfectly feasible to presume that those who loved
‘the Messiah’ would try to save him in some manner such as this.
|Rozabal Tomb, Sringar Kashmir - the final resting place of Jesus, Ysha, Yeshua, Issa, Yuz|
It is interesting to note, that historians find no mention of Jesus, or of his miracles, or the extraordinary events that surrounded his life, nor any mention of his childhood and adolescence, which are totally ignored in the known Gospels. In fact, even in the accounts about his famed public life, only a few hours and days of trials and teachings are given, for the full life of a man on earth. Yet the Christian world, still disregards the collection of evidences surrounding Jesus’s life, that are outside of the Judaic/Christian world. Ernst Kasemann, a historian, who specialized in the New Testament, summarized the results of his research into the matter, by saying ”one is overwhelmed by how little of the accounts about Jesus’ life in the New Testament can be authenticated”. Theologian Bultmann continues “the character of Jesus, the clear picture of his personality and life, have faded beyond recognition.” Professor Fida Hassnain, is wealth of knowledge on the life of Jesus in Kashmir. He was a Scholar of Indology and Archaeology from Kashmir India, and Director of the Kashmir Research Center for Buddhist Studies, and a member of the International Conference for Anthropological Research in Chicago. He said “not until one establishes an irrefutable foundation for the historical facts of Jesus, will one be able to ascertain whether or not it is possible that he did live in India, survive crucifixion and did not depart to heaven on an ascension cloud, but rather returned to India and died at an old age. Without such a foundation, it is indeed hard to divert the current thinking pool of almost 2,000 years of deeply rooted tradition”.
The Tomb of Jesus Clip of 5 minutes 32 seconds.
Section 1 - focuses on the Sign Post (click and then click link that comes up)
Section 2 - features the inside of the tomb showing the entrance level. The carved footprints (click attached link) of the Prophet Yuz/Issa/Jesus can be seen in this section. In India, when a Prophet, Saint or great Guru dies, they take a stone casting of his feet. Note the raised bumps on the feet where the wounds of a crucified man are shown. There can be no doubt that this is one and the same person!