You must remember that the version of Jesus’ life as told by the caravan merchants to the Buddhists in
According to the scrolls found by Notovitch, Issa, at the age of thirteen, was expected to take a wife just like any other Israelite. Many of the people living in his neighbourhood wanted Issa as son-in-law because of his good qualities and his wisdom which he showed when discussing on spirituality. Issa left his house in secret, and went out of
The Brahmin priests taught him many things: to read and understand the Vedas, to heal by prayer and to explain the Holy scriptures, to cast out evil spirits out of the body of man, and to restore the human body.
According to the scrolls, he spent six years in Jaggarnaut, Rajagriha,
We learn that the Brahmin priests became very angry with Issa and decided to put him to death. But Issa, warned of this danger by the Soudras, fled from Jaggarnaut, and left for the country of the Goutamides, the birthplace of Buddha Sakya Muni. Having learnt the Pali language perfectly, Issa started studying the sacred scrolls of the Soutras. And six years later, he was able to explain the content perfectly.
After this, he left
His fame also reached neighbouring countries, and when he entered
According to the scrolls, he was twenty-nine when he reached
Again, according to the manuscript, Pilate gave Jesus’ body to his relatives after crucifixion and he was placed in a tomb near the crucifixion place. (Which is a very curious fact, since crucified and condemned people are generally not placed in tombs, but allowed to be eaten up by wild beasts in the desert) Three days later, when the governor sent soldiers to take the body and bury it elsewhere to avoid uprising of the people, they found the tomb open and empty. The rumor spread immediately that God had sent angels to take away the mortal remains of the saint. The disciples of Issa continued to preach in his name, and went in all directions to share the teachings of Jesus in various countries around.
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