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Jesus: The Explosive Story of the 30 Lost Years and the Ancient Mystery Religions Paperback – March 1, 2010
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About the Author
Tricia McCannon is a writer, teacher, and speaker about various facets of the world's mystery religions. She has been a guest on more than 150 national TV and radio shows, including the popular series Sightings, Unsolved Mysteries, and Strange Universe. She lives in Georgia.
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"We all know the beginning of the tale when the magical child is born, and we all know its ending... but a vast portion of the middle chapters of the epic are missing... Where did he live before the age of twelve, and afterwards in the decades before his ministry began? Did he have teachers who know of his deeper mission? How did they help to prepare him for it? This book will answer all these questions."
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I perused many books for a visionary approach to the subject, and a comprehensive account of the theories and textual evidence of Jesus' missing years. McCannon delivers both. The book is exhaustive in its chronological account of the places he went. And it provides a compelling point of view, that Jesus was part of an already ancient continuum of mystical healers and magicians (Magi). He traveled to different centers of sacred training to prepare for his mission: Egypt, Britain, India, and Persia. The interpretation of the death and resurrection related to this training is fascinating.
A complex, thorough, and brilliantly creative study. Even if you don't believe, the book is imaginative, entertaining (as in an idea), and spiritually rich.