Aps cinco anos de intensa pesquisa, o telogo alemo Holger Kersten chegou a essas impressionantes concluses: Com cerca de 13 anos de idade, Jesus entrou em contato com o budismo, adotando e ensinando seus princpios; A crucificao ps fim sua misso como Messias, mas no lhe tirou a vida. Sua morte foi apenas aparente. Aps a "ressurreio", Jesus viveu na ndia at idade avanada. Seu tmulo est em Caxemira. O autor percorreu todos os lugares histricos de Israel, Oriente Mdio, Afeganisto e ndia, e assim recolheu dados e provas que divulga nesta obra fascinante, que vem provocando polmica no mundo inteiro. No dei crdito, mas senti que no tinha opinio formada sobre o assunto e procurei acompanhar passo a passo a vida real de Jesus.
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Charlesworth explains this as due to the canonical Gospels having left "a narrative vacuum" that many have attempted to fill. In some versions, Joseph was supposedly a tin merchant and took Jesus under his care when his mother Mary was widowed.
Strachan believed Jesus may have travelled to Britain to study with the Druids. He concluded that the account in the gospels is a myth based on the mythology of ancient India. However, Jacolliot was comparing two different periods of history or mythology and did not claim that Jesus was in India.
He spent six years in Puri and Rajgirh, near Nalanda, the ancient seat of Hindu learning. Then he went to the Himalayas , and spent time in Tibetan monasteries, studying Buddhism , and through Persia, returned to Jerusalem at the age of Archibald Douglas then visited Hemis monastery and interviewed the head lama who stated that Notovitch had never been there. Ehrman states that "Today there is not a single recognized scholar on the planet who has any doubts about the matter.
The entire story was invented by Notovitch, who earned a good deal of money and a substantial amount of notoriety for his hoax". Although he was not impressed with his story, Sir Francis Younghusband recalls meeting Nicolas Notovitch near Skardu , not long before Notovitch had visited Hemis monastery.
He was one of the skeptics who tried to debunk Nicholas Notovitch and disprove the existence of the manuscript about Jesus in India. However, when he reached Hemis monastery he found the manuscript which was a Tibetan translation of the original scrolls written in Pali. The lama said that it was a copy and the original was in a monastery at Marbour near Lhasa. This portion of his journal was published in as part of Altai Himalaya. He recounts legends of Issa shared with him by the Ladak people and lamas including that Issa Jesus traveled from Israel to India with merchants and taught the people.
He also recounts that the stories of others on his travel refer to various manuscripts and legends regarding Jesus Issa and that he personally visited the " abbot " of Hemis. Ibn Babawayh d. Pappas states that from a historical perspective, the Ahmadi identification of Yuzasaf with Jesus relies on legends and documents which include clear historical errors e.
Beskow updated his conclusions in English in But, he entered the state of Nirvikalp Samadhi the I-am-God state without bodily consciousness. On the third day, he again became conscious of his body, and he travelled secretly in disguise eastward with some apostles, most importantly with Bartholomew and Thaddeus , to India.
After reaching India, Jesus travelled further east to Rangoon, in Burma, where he remained for some time. He then went north to Kashmir, where he settled. Das Ende einer Legende Munich, Hiltebeitel establishes as the very earliest possible date for the section.
Barbara Thiering suggested that Jesus and Judas Iscariot had been crucified together but Jesus survived, married Mary Magdalene , travelled around the Mediterranean area and then died in Rome.
While some Mormon scholars have interpreted Quetzalcoatl legends to represent Jesus, Latter-day Saint author Brant Gardner , after investigating the link between Quetzalcoatl and Jesus, concluded that the association amounts to nothing more than folklore. In , the documentary Mysteries of the Bible presented an overview of the theories related to the travels of Jesus to India and interviewed a number of scholars on the subject.
Jesus Viveu Na India Holger Kersten
Jan 23, Ryan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Former Catholics especially, but other Christians, history buffs, and nearly everyone else as well! This book greatly increased my respect for and faith in Jesus Christ. I do not agree with all ideas put forward by this book. But I do find some parts of it easier to believe than Christian mainstream teachings.
Jesus Lived in India: His Unknown Life Before and After the Crucifixion
Charlesworth explains this as due to the canonical Gospels having left "a narrative vacuum" that many have attempted to fill. In some versions, Joseph was supposedly a tin merchant and took Jesus under his care when his mother Mary was widowed. Strachan believed Jesus may have travelled to Britain to study with the Druids. He concluded that the account in the gospels is a myth based on the mythology of ancient India. However, Jacolliot was comparing two different periods of history or mythology and did not claim that Jesus was in India. He spent six years in Puri and Rajgirh, near Nalanda, the ancient seat of Hindu learning. Then he went to the Himalayas , and spent time in Tibetan monasteries, studying Buddhism , and through Persia, returned to Jerusalem at the age of
The passage describes the Hindu king Shalivahana travelling to mountains where he meets a man who calls himself Isa, son of a Virgin. Isa says he has ministered to the Mlecchas , explaining that he has reformed the lives of the mlecchas by recommending principles of mental purity, japa by chanting holy names, and meditation. Kersten interprets this as a record of Jesus in Kashmir. In reality the passage is an 18th-century dialogue also featuring Muhammed, and not an early source as Ahmad claimed. Gruber b. Gruber and Kersten assert that Jesus lived the life of a Buddhist and taught Buddhist ideals to his disciples. In doing so their work draws on earlier comparisons between Buddhism and Christianity such as the Oxford New Testament scholar Burnett Hillman Streeter who argued that the moral teaching of the Gautama Buddha has four remarkable resemblances to the Sermon on the Mount.
Unknown years of Jesus