What really happened three days after Jesus was declared dead on the cross?
The evidence strongly suggests he recuperated in a cave for three days, tended by Essene monks, who massaged him with an Aloe and herb mixture, covered him with
what is now known as the ‘Shroud of Turin’, and nursed him though his Soma trance.
Then, after three days, he appeared to his disciples. He soon traveled to Mayuam-i-isa, a few miles outside Damascus. The town, which still exists, literally translates as “The Place Where Jesus Lived”.
The bible confirms it was near here that he surprised the heck out of Paul a year or so later.
The conversion of Paul was a turning point in Christianity, because left unchecked,
his original plan was to persecute Christianity out of existence.
Still a problem though, Paul’s legacy now is “Paulism”, that pervasive portrayal
of Jesus having died for your sins…
Something you’d think Jesus would have mentioned, at least once, if that
were actually his intention.
“Christianity is the religion founded by Paul; it replaced Christ’s gospel with a gospel about Christ.” – Wilhelm Nestle, Church Historian
“One might say that it became… The exact opposite of what was intended.”
– Manfred Mezger, Protestant Theologian
“All the good in Christianity can be traced to Jesus, all the bad to Paul.”
– Franz Overbeck, Protestant Theologian
There is ample evidence that after recovering from the crucifixion,
Jesus eventually returned to Kashmir, where he had previously
grown “in wisdom and stature” (- Luke 2:52) during the 17 year biblical gap
regarding his whereabouts from age 13-30.
There’s ample evidence he traveled to Kashmir during these years.
I learned this in an incredible book which meticulously details the
archaeological & historical evidence surrounding the most influential human
who ever walked the earth.
The evidence strongly suggests the reason Jesus “died” so quickly on the cross,
was because he was given Soma, an herbal concoction that was known to induce a
trance-like state for 3 days!
“The Holy Soma drink of India
enabled anyone familiar with the drink
to appear dead for several days, and to
awake afterwards in an elated state
that lasts a few days.” – Jesus Lived in India, p153
The REASON the Catholic Church has gone to such lengths to try and “prove” the Shroud of Turin is “fake”, is because they don’t want the world to know the truth the Shroud reveals:
Jesus was alive!
Thanks to a great number of writings from sources who met him throughout
his travels, both before and after the crucifixion, we can map out
the chronology of his life:
I’m not quite sure why James Cameron dug up a tomb in Jerusalem, claiming it was
where Jesus was buried next to Mary Magdalene. The evidence strongly suggests she went west into France, and Jesus went east, into Kashmir, where he lies buried this very day:
Ok, I know your mind is blown, but before you stick your head in
the sand of Blind Faith, read on…
I told the end of the story first. It all began for me with one very big Question:
Who Fathered Jesus Christ?
A fundamentally important question which must be resolved
if humanity is to move forward.
Religious leaders preach doctrine commanding their followers to simply
“have faith” concerning matters which seem unrealistic or contradictory.
Because to look at the life of Jesus Christ
objectively is truly revolutionary.
Examine this theory, find flaws with it,
contribute to the debate, but don’t use “faith”
as an excuse to hide from truth.
Who impregnated Mary?
Where did he come from?
What were his motives?
What was his connection to the three wise men
who trotted in from the east
to proclaim the baby
in the manger
“The Christ Child”?
(Both “Messiah” and “Christ” literally
translate to “the anointed one”)
is one possible translation
for the Aramaic word
which refers to Mary
in the original texts.
The original word
better translates to:
It is possible the “virgin birth” myth
was concocted hundreds of years
after her death, to further deify Jesus,
something which was decided for the first time
in 325AD, per Constantine’s instructions,
at the council of Nicaea?
During their first few centuries,
Christians were busy spreading Jesus’ teachings.
Embellishments to the story were added later.
Everything we know about the laws of
the universe suggest someone’s sperm
fertilized Mary’s egg.
God works in mysterious ways
but always follows the laws of nature!
The laws of nature tell us someone’s sperm fertilized Mary’s egg.
He may have told her he was “an angel of the lord”
but he was certainly human.
So who was he?
we know that 2000 years ago,
in the part of the world
we now call the middle east,
a tribe of people known as
were all abuzz
eagerly expecting a
There had been 14 generations from Abraham to David
and 14 generations from David to “the captivity in Babylon”
14 generations after the captivity in Babylon
superstitious Jews were readily expecting
a messiah, and lo and behold
This set the course of human history
Did you ever wonder where
Jesus spent the 17 years of his life
which are omitted from the bible??
There is convincing evidence he studied
at a monastery in Leh, Kashmir,
and traveled through India.
This is documented in: “The Lost Years of Jesus Christ”
a fascinating historical account of several travelers’ journeys
to the village of Leh, in Kashmir, where they found
a monastery high in the mountains which has ancient scrolls,
historical accounts of “Saint Issa” who studied there during the years
that Jesus is absent from biblical accounts.
It is also well known in the east that “Saint Issa” traveled through India,
where he had to flee for his life after upsetting church elders by
sharing holy writings with the common people
(which certainly sounds like something Jesus would do).
The evidence, combined with logical common sense,
and the lack of a plausible counter-story from the bible itself,
paint a convincing picture:
Jesus Christ was conceived by man!
It is tradition in Asia to “anoint” a spiritual leader
When the Dalai Lama dies, church elders go out into the countryside
to find a child bright enough, centered enough, and they pick
him, and he grows up as the Dalai Lama
and everyone looks to him for guidance,
but if he had been sick on the day
the elders came to his town,
they would have picked
Who were the Essene monks who lived at Qumran?
What was their relationship to
It is interesting to note that in the
original Greek manuscripts, Jesus
is referred to as
“Jesus the Nazarene”.
The Nazarenes were not from Nazareth.
They were a sect of monks, less ascetic than the Essenes, who’s manner of dress
matches Jesus’ exactly.
Jesus the Nazarene.
Jews were expecting their biblically prophesied messiah, and the monks from Qumran
gave them one.
The Essenes and Nazarenes were well aware of
the world around them, and were watching the progress
of the peculiar band of peasants struggling to maintain their
religious autonomy in their corner of the Roman Empire.
There was probably a debate
among the monastery’s elders
whether or not to interfere with
the spiritual development of
an entire people
(what gene Roddenberry would later call “the prime directive”).
Imagine the egos at work,
in an adventure of this magnitude!
Imagine the debate amongst the monks
over who would father the child.
Oh, but Jesus performed miracles
what about his miracles?
The miracles are interesting
because they can be explained
by rational logic
or recognized as
Jesus spoke in metaphor
the bible speaks in metaphor…
Did Jesus physically turn water into wine?
Did he defy physics and change the
molecular structure of the liquid?
Did he offer people an alternative
to incessant inebriation,
a means to achieving
a way of “getting high”
without the aid of intoxicants,
improving one’s spirit while drinking water
instead of wine?
When he said a piece of bread was his body
did he mean it was actually his flesh?
He spoke in metaphor!
Did he walk on water, or did he “appear as if walking on water”
while standing on a moving boat in the morning fog?
And think about this:
It’s a common belief that Jesus “predicted” one of
his disciples would betray him.
What if he was giving an order?
Crucifixion was the plan!
Judas was following Jesus’ instructions!
Jesus knew his actions would culminate in crucifixion
and when he was ready, he had Judas set things in motion!
What about the miracle of all miracles:
It’s a practice of advanced yogis to develop such complete control
over their breathing as to actually feign death, slowing down their heart rate
to as low as one beat per minute.
There have been documented cases in modern times, and in the past,
where a body pronounced dead was actually still alive.
If this can happen in a modern hospital, isn’t it possible it also happened
two thousand years ago?
Especially if the person in question was given Soma on a sponge,
which mimics the effect of death?!?
What if the Koran is right, and the body taken down off the cross
wasn’t really dead?
After recuperating in a cave for three days Jesus appeared to his disciples
One last miracle before heading back to Kashmir, where it is documented that he
lived for many more years.
The bible has been translated and edited many times over thousands of years,
powerful words manipulated by powerful people with powerful agendas.
Millions of people have been killed in Jesus’ name
over the past 20 centuries.
There’s a lot of power in the word: Jesus
Which is why politicians and preachers
invoke it so often.
The truth about Jesus Christ?
He was a great teacher,
a great preacher,
who spoke out
against excessive profit.
A life created
in a noble attempt
to spread enlightenment.
The civilizations of the world
would have developed
if the monks
their own business.
The 15th generation of Jews after Babylon,
not having received the messiah as predicted,
would have likely developed a radically different concept
of religion. Paul would’ve found
another outlet for his over-zealousness.
Leaders would have developed naturally
amongst descendants of Abraham
and amongst gentiles,
and we would have
a very different world.
These are radical ideas
which should be discussed