Sunday, May 11, 2008

DVD: The Lost years of Jesus (1976)

In 1976, film maker Richard Bock made a movie on the missing years of Jesus, based on the Notovitch manuscript, Edgar Cayce's readings of the Akashic Records, and statements of other religious figures and saints of India like Sathya Sai Baba and Yogananda Paramahansa. This film is now available on DVD through amazon.com Here

You can also watch an excerpt here:


5 comments:

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Grace Sabarus said...

Let me ask you this question: When you happened to be famous, and the crowds in your hometown started to wonder each other, "Is this not him the son of so and so, whose parents we know exactly?", what initial knowledge about you do you think this wonder was based on?

When Jesus became famous, the crowds wondered, "Is this not Jesus the son of Joseph the carpenter?" On what previous knowledge about Jesus do you think they questioned? On the knowledge that Jesus was around his father all the time, helping his father making your wardrobe!

Jesus didn't have the lost years as the world speculated. He's there, helping his father making furnitures. He's not lost to India or Tibet or everywhere. Such thing is a mind-wandering of people who don't read bible with spirit but with mind. Lost in mind-wandering, like you.

Why I dare to tell you this? Because this is the truth Jesus spoke in my heart when I asked him: "Where were you actually, Lord, during those unwritten years?" So, why don't you start having conversations with Jesus and confirms with him what you have discovered in your mind-wandering, a habit we inherited from Cain as a punishment to his murdering sin.

Neel said...

Hello Grace,

Thank you for your comment...I do understand that you might be offended by some of the ideas on this blog...If that's the case, you should not read it.....

But you are right in saying that there are different ways in learning about things, or even about God, but the most important one is your own intuition....

I think you should watch the film in full if you want to know how the maker came across these 'ideas' of Jesus in India....

Perhaps it could be the 'mind' making it up...Or it could be something else....Not everyone working on such a subject do it exclusively with a "scientific mind"...

Sometimes they can work also from their own spiritual experiences...

I have my own but I don't share them here...Most of the scholars who worked on the subject also have their own spiritual experiences....these are not limited to one cultural group, race, or "chosen" number of people....It happens to anyone of us...

We are all spiritual beings, but it all depends on whether we trust our own experiences or not....

It's up to you to decide..If your heart told you that, then you should trust it!!

Prasanth Lade said...

I understand that as Christians it may be hurting to listen these things but in that case I wish you don't read as Neel has rightly said. Because ultimately even Master Jesus does not want to brood on this but to be spiritual. But please take it from me that, as I learnt from my Gurus in India, almost every Hindu and Buddhist Yogis or the Spiritual Masters know the entire biography of Master Jesus not by reading Bible but out of their High Spiritual Realizations. And these yogis never publicize these things because the people of East are not too much interested in Historical facts but are rather interested in the Learning from the History. But the fact that Bible does not speak about the Lost Years of Jesus is a fact. And saying that an apostle of that stature was doing carpentry, catching fishes for a total of 13 years demeans the spiritual personality of Master Jesus. Masters do not waste even a bit of their life time. That is the reason he is the Master and we are not.