BBC Documentary Proves Jesus Was A Buddhist Monk Named Issa Who Spent 16+ Years In India & Tibet
Shocking Revelations about Jesus’ “Lost Years”
This documentary highlights a Jewish religious leader and preacher known as Jesus Christ—but it also suggests he was a Buddhist Monk. What’s more, it is argued that Jesus wasn’t actually crucified; instead, it is said that he travelled far and wide for many, many years. According to the documentary, Jesus was laid to rest at Roza Bal Shrine in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Much about Jesus has been unknown due to a lack of information regarding his life between the ages of 13 and 29; in Palestine, these are sometimes referred to as “The Lost Years.” However, in 1887 a Russian doctor named Nicolas Notovitch went to India, Tibet, and Afghanistan in order to write The Unknown Life of Christ.
Notovitch soon found himself recovering from a broken leg at the Tibetan Buddhist Monastery of Hemis, atop India in the city of Leh. Two large, yellowed Tibetan volumes were presented to him: The Life of Saint Issa.
He read that Jesus (or Issa, the son of God) was born in the first century in Israel, and that Vedic scholars tutored him from the age of 13 to the age of 29.
A lama explained that, “Issa is a great prophet, one of the first after the twenty-two Buddhas. He is greater than any one of all the Dalai Lamas, for he constitutes part of the spirituality of our Lord.
It is he who has enlightened you, who has brought back within the pale of religion the souls of the frivolous, and who has allowed each human being to distinguish between good and evil. His name and his acts are recorded in our sacred writings.
And in reading of his wondrous existence, passed in the midst of an erring and wayward people, we weep at the horrible sin of the pagans who, after having tortured him, put him to death.”
When a great Buddhist or Holy Man perishes, wise men scrutinize the stars and natural omens to guide them to an infant who is their reincarnation. The child is eventually taken to be educated in the Buddhist faith, which is quite similar to the traditional story of the Three Wise Men. As per a senior lama, “Jesus is said to have visited our land and Kashmir to study Buddhism.
He was inspired by the laws and wisdom of Buddha.” Russian philosopher and scientist Nicholas Roerich adds that, “Jesus passed his time in several ancient cities of India such as Benares or Varanasi. Everyone loved him because Issa dwelt in peace with the Vaishyas and Shudras whom he instructed and helped.”
Evidently, Jesus taught in the holy cities of Jagannath (Puri), Benares (in Uttar Pradesh), and Rajagriha (in Bihar), which led to the Brahmins forcing him to flee to the Himalayas to continue his studies. German scholar Holger Kersten reveals that, “The lad arrives in a region of the Sindh (along the river Indus) in the company of merchants.
He settled among the Aryans with the intention of perfecting himself and learning from the laws of the great Buddha. He travelled extensively through the land of the five rivers (Punjab), stayed briefly with the Jains before proceeding to Jagannath.”
It is also said that Jesus visited Jewish settlers in Afghanistan who had fled from the Jewish emperor Nebuchadnezzar. Locals claim that Jesus spent years in the Kashmir Valley until the age of 80, when he passed away.
This would mean that Jesus spent 61 to 65 years in India, Tibet, and the surrounding regions. Again, it is thought that he is buried at the Roza Bal shrine at Srinagar in Kashmir.
Texts discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt, and the Gospel of Thomas support many of these notions. Furthermore, The Original Jesus by Kersten and Gruber and The Agnostic and Beyond Beliefs: The Secret Gospel of Thomas by Elaine Pagels are trusted sources. Please view the video below for an even better understanding of these revelations.