Originally posted by windword
reply to post by NOTurTypical
Although this thread is about the life and teachings of St Issa, Akragon has shown that the text being discussed here is from the travels of a young man, 13 or so, who left his home instead of taking a bride. These texts fit nicely with the teaching of Jesus. Coincidence?edit on 8-6-2012 by windword because: spelling & grammer
I've concluded that Jesus left Jerusalem much earlier than that as a young boy who, being different (blond hair, blue eyes, flatter face like Romans) was unable to fit in with the other children (as an allegory think of the Chrismas song "Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer" ie: bullied, nose often bloodied), and who was handed over by Joseph and Mary to "Magi" from Persia to be trained, taught, and raised, and prepared for re-entry into Jewish society (his cousin John even knew precisely at what time he would return), and that he later, post crucifixion/resurrection-recuscitation, returned to his old haunts while ultaimtely travelling all the way to Kashmir where he dropped his body (entering the abode of light from which he addressed Saul) at about age 70.