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YESHUA - A Personal Memoir of the Missing Years of Jesus by [Law, Stan I.S.]
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About the Author

Stanislaw Kapuscinski, (aka Stan I.S. Law) an architect, sculptor and prolific writer, was educated in Poland and England. A refugee from Poland at 13, then at 33, having overcome numerous difficulties, he began his search for the secret of life. Now, he is a successful writer, happily married for 25 years, with an assured future. His special interests cover a broad spectrum of arts, sciences and philosophy. At times he seeks inspiration in the Peruvian Andes, or solitude under sail. His books (articles, short stories, poetry) attest to his particular passion for the scope and the development of Human Potential. He authored more than thirty books, eighteen of them novels

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  • File Size: 1795 KB
  • Print Length: 268 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: INHOUSEPRESS (August 20, 2010)
  • Publication Date: August 20, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00408AR4W
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We know the beginning and the end of this story; it's the bit in the middle that has taxed scholars and believers for two thousand years. Stan Law's take on the awakening of Jesus between age 12 and 30 in Asia Minor, India and Egypt is fascinating, educational and entertaining.

It's not a light read, immersing the reader in a raft of interconnected philosophies including Torah, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Buddhism, Zarathustra, Nirvana, Krishna right through to Time and Space and the power of positive thinking. These, and Jesus/Yeshua's relationship with the narrator, Satya, are all threads in the weave that ultimately return him to his mixed-up Judeans. Inspired by the revelations of the psychic Edgar Cayce, Law has drawn on plentiful research and/or a deep spiritual awareness to bring us this enlightenment, though his use of modern vernacular (`mom', `dad', `on the house', `wow, `you're kidding' etc.) is courageous - as youths, Yeshua and Satya would have had their own teenage language but we have no way of knowing what it would have been.

Will you get more than just a good read? Yes. Even more if you have a little faith - it might change your life for the better. But rest assured, Law's excellent story is NOT preachy!

(Alistair Forrest is the author of Libertas set in pre-Christian Med)Libertas
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I understood and knew alot of what is taught in this book. I got a very significant piece of the puzzle for me, which is leading me to my next spiritual quest. It is a great read. Now to embody it all!
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We know the beginning and the end of this story; it's the bit in the middle that has taxed scholars and believers for two thousand years. Stan Law's take on the awakening of Jesus between age 12 and 30 in Asia Minor, India and Egypt is fascinating, educational and entertaining.

It's not a light read, immersing the reader in a raft of interconnected philosophies including Torah, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Buddhism, Zarathustra, Nirvana, Krishna right through to Time and Space and the power of positive thinking. These, and Jesus/Yeshua's relationship with the narrator, Satya, are all threads in the weave that ultimately return him to his mixed-up Judeans. Inspired by the revelations of the psychic Edgar Cayce, Law has drawn on plentiful research and/or a deep spiritual awareness to bring us this enlightenment, though his use of modern vernacular (`mom', `dad', `on the house', `wow, `you're kidding' etc.) is courageous - as youths, Yeshua and Satya would have had their own teenage language but we have no way of knowing what it would have been.

Will you get more than just a good read? Yes. Even more if you have a little faith - it might change your life for the better. But rest assured, Law's excellent story is NOT preachy!

(Alistair Forrest is the author of Libertas set in pre-Christian Med) Libertas
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Love this book!So easy to read,the characters are awesome and very "human".The author leads you on a path that is very personable yet you "awaken"to lessons,thoughts and new ideas.This is a great book and not at all what i expected.The religious dogma was no where to be found.
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Held our interest while on the road. A novel but Based on the Nag Hammadi findings. A good read and made you think about Jesus in a different light. As a boy playing games, and a teen looking for adventure and as a friend and travel companion. Thought provocing at best.
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In the Christian Bible there are only twenty-two sentences attributed to having been said by Jesus. And those who have studied the Bible are aware that the New Testament chapters were decided by the Council of Nicene and the rest were ignored. The Gnostic Library is on line and they have many chapters by different disciples, followers and Mary Magdalene and if you read hers, you find that she cries because Peter refuses to listen to her and the apostles didn’t understand much of what Jesus told them. She is explaining what he meant for he and Mary were close and he discussed much with her.
Then we have the revelations by Edgar Cayce about Jesus and there are other well known books who tell of Jesus’ life, even when he traveled through India into Tibet when he was known by the name of Issa. Of course, all of the above is open to debate for there is nothing to prove anything about Jesus. There is no Roman record of him having been crucified.
So on the basis of so much material, whether true or not, the author developed a novel about this man and presented him as the author saw him. Using the person of Satya as his friend and to generate the dialogue of Yeshua’s ideas and his adventures causes one to contemplate the philosophies of Judaism, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Buddhism, Zarathustra, Nervana and Krishna. Jesus complained about the Essenes being so strict and based on what is available describing this sect, this was true based on the few scrolls believed to have been left by them, although they were not found at Qumran.
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