posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 05:18 AM
"The Life of St Issa
The claim that Jesus spent his missing years in India originated with Nicholas Notovitch's The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ in 1894. Notovitch, a
Russian journalist, claimed he had found documents in a Tibetan Buddhist monastery which described Jesus' life. In these scrolls Jesus was known as
St Issa. At the age of 12 he left Jerusalem for India where he studied the Vedas. He was welcomed by the outcasts for his wisdom and miracles but the
Brahman priests grew jealous and sent St Issa away. He journeyed to Kashmir and Tibet. In Tibet he mastered the Buddhist Scriptures and then returned
to Palestine to preach."
DID JESUS GO TO INDIA?
By Philip Johnson
Interesting take as to one conspiracy in regards to the missng years of Jesus. The author in the link, concludes that it did not happen.
In Phrygia the goddess Cybele, better known to the Greeks as Rhea, cured him and taught him her religious rites, and he set out on a progress through
Asia teaching the people the cultivation of the vine. The most famous part of his wanderings is his expedition to India, which is said to have lasted
several years. Returning in triumph he undertook to introduce his worship into Greece, but was opposed by some princes who dreaded its introduction on
account of the disorders and madness it brought with it (e.g. Pentheus or Lycurgus).
Many will argue to death against any notion that stories were adopted into the writting about Jesus... so yeah, though the origins of the India story
are not of the canon(as i know), the stories are stil there and parallel.
Jesus, Royal Family, and India! School For Scandal ?!?!?!,
It is claimed that the first mention of Jesus going to India was during 1894. In the my thread(link above), I go to show that a play that was first
performed in 1777 titled 'The School For Scandal' by Richard Brinsley Sheridan through coded linguistics says this very thing.
I am yet to view the discovery channels take on the subject, do they mention India?