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Jesus died in Kashmir: Jesus, Moses and the ten lost tribes of Israel Hardcover – January 1, 1977


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  • Hardcover: 184 pages
  • Publisher: Gordon & Cremonesi (1977)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0860330419
  • ISBN-13: 978-0860330417
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.2 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,152,068 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By alan_harmony on November 22, 1999
Format: Hardcover
Rome would have to admit to the politics it has been playing with the beliefs of it's faithful so it won't admit to the truth of this information any time soon. Rome can't admit to the truth as so much of their dogma is based on a 'truth' they promoted which definitely isn't true, such as they arranged to have Jesus voted to be God at the Council of Nicea so they had a 'state god' for Rome. Millions of people in India (of different faiths) and that region of the world are aware that Jesus taught and lived there is a clue this isn't a tall tale. That Jesus (his Greek name) or Yeshua/Joshua lived there and had a family which still keeps track of their ancestry adds to the reality. (His second family. The first one, being with Mary Magdalene; that blood line is being kept track of too... different book & author). Paul went to India with Jesus and Rome admits to Paul having been there, in fact Rome has erected a cathedral on his original gravesite in southern India. Which truth do you want? The one of a politically motivated organization or the history kept outside the control of Rome. Is Rome in creating recent alliances in India been doing it so they can 'rewrite' the history which shows their truth to be holier than Swiss cheese?
I'd have given the book a 5 rating but for the fact it was too simplistic in its approach and left out too much which could have been obtained with a bit more research.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dr. James Gardner VINE VOICE on March 2, 2006
Format: Hardcover
This is a well written, interesting little book that certainly deserves any scholar's attention. It contains the best case for Jesus' life in India between the ages of 13 and 29, and then again after he escaped death in Jerusalem. Kaiser relies upon the work of the Russian Nicholas Notovich as well as many other Indian resources, and includes his own visit to the area and pictures of Jesus' tomb, footprints of Jesus, and a descendant of Jesus. Lest you can't contain your smiles at this point, Kaiser does marshall a lot of evidence to support his claims, which if not convincing, are certainly interesting.

I also liked Kaiser's non-nonsense approach to some of the Gospel passages. He wonders why Jesus as a spirit needed to have the stone door removed for him to be able to exit the tomb. Or why a risen Jesus had an appetite. Or what Nicodemus was doing with all those aloes.

The book has its flaws. The documentation is sparse and Kaiser uses known frauds (e.g., a letter from Pilate to Tiberius praising the virtues of Jesus; the Shroud of Turin as a measure of Jesus' height, etc) to make some of his points. He brings up Moses and Thomas but spends far too little time on them.

In balance, the virtues exceed the sins, and the chance to read an entire book about the adventures of Jesus in India is too good to pass up.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 17, 1998
Format: Hardcover
A. Faber-Kaiser's (his full name) research deserves five stars. I would like to see him update and publish another edition with the chapter on the shroud set in the appendix instead of the body of his excellent and carefully researched investigation. His manuscript includes pictures of Jewish families who have cared for the tomb of Moses for over three-thousand years; Y'shua's descendants after he rose from the dead in Jerusalam and settled down in the true Hebrew homeland, Kashmir (uranium deposits need to be protected from the power hungry), and the tomb of Jesus (his spiritual name). If you have an affinity for philology, you may see the connection between tribal names and words in the Bible like 'Tibhath' and modern day names such as Tibet. One has to keep in mind there often are three or four different ways to spell the same word in Northern India. Perhaps it is best to keep the secret of Jesus hidden from those who would destroy his mission of love.
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Andreas Faber-Kaiser (1944-1994) was a Spanish esoteric writer of German descent, as well as editor of the UFO and occult magazine Mundo Desconocido.

He wrote in the Introduction to this 1976 book, "Jesus's body is said to lie in the crypt of the 'Rozabal' in the Khanyar district of Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir. How can this be possible if the Biblical account of Jesus's crucifixion, death and resurrection is correct? The fact is that there is no historical evidence that Jesus did die on the cross, and there is no record that anyone witnessed the resurrection. There is, though, considerable evidence that a man with the same ideas and philosophy as Jesus set out eastwards at precisely this time, leaving behind him a trail of proof of his life and acts.

"This man made his way to Kashmir, where he remained until his death. This evidence forms the basis of the hypothesis that I put forward in this book: that Jesus did not die on the cross, and that, once his crucifixion wounds had healed, he travelled eastwards in search of the the lost tribes of Israel... he departed from Palestine with his mother Mary and his disciple Thomas, who accompanied him on the long trek to Kashmir, the land known as 'Heaven on Earth.' Mary did not survive the rigours of the journey, but died in Pakistan, near the border with Kashmir. Her reputed tomb there is still venerated... Jesus settled down in Kashmir, began a new life, and finally died a natural death at a ripe old age. Thomas... then made his way to southern India, where he died... There is also evidence that Jesus visited Kashmir during his youth..." (Pg.
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