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Jesus Lived in India: His Unknown Life Before and After the Crucifixion Paperback – December 31, 2001
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I started my inquiry with the book "The Yoga of Jesus." THIS book is the perfect book to follow that one.
This book answered many of the questions raised in my mind after Yoga of Jesus, and I have given this book to friends.
Yes, I was a believer of mainstream protestant Christianity. I am sick when I think that the importance of the Essene people has been kept from us to preserve conventional Christianity. How this book isn't more widely known is beyond me! I am reading it through for the third time now, because during my first reading, I just couldn't get to the facts fast enough. It makes perfect sense now.
I highly recommend this book to anyone willing to embrace a new idea!
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. Many of the historical references such as with the influences of Buddhism with the Essenes in the pre-Christ era are very intriguing. Kirsten does a great job of analyzing the details and references around the burial of Jesus and the history of the Shroud of Turin.
My only disappointment was that I found no mention of the “Bagua Maitreya Buddha” ( apparently a possible reference to the coming of Jesus to the East) that was prophesized by Gautama Buddha. I had come across the reference in Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s book “Jesus in India” and was hoping Kirsten would put out some scholarly detail on the subject. Also, although Kirsten talks about the parallels between the Gospels and the Sutras with regards to Jesus’s and Buddha’s lives, unlike Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, he does not offer the theory that it is the Gospels about Jesus being reproduced in the Sutras while being attributed to Gautama.
A great book and enjoyable read that may well be the future of history.
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