Essenes India Jesus

Essenes Sent JESUS TO INDIA & TIBET; He Returned after His Botched Execution in Palestine

By Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, U.C.L.A.)

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“Joseph and Jesus, were both ESSENES (a secret society linked to this day to the Freemasons).  The Essenes sent Jesus “to a faraway land [India & Tibet]. 

“He appeared [for his bar mitzvah] at the age of 12 before a group of Hebrew scholars but then disappeared for 18 years

Michael Tellinger, in Slave Species of God, writes that the Enlil (aka Yahweh), Commander of the Anunnaki from Nibiru who had adopted the descendants of Abraham, was preparing Jesus to become a martyred messiah.   Yahweh was “too well known around the Near East, Israel and Egypt. ”He had to find a more discrete location to groom Jesus as his protégé.  He had Jesus travel through Asia to learn the religions of their spiritual leaders and keep him out of sight for a while.”
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Ancient Buddhist scrolls reveal Jesus spent 17 years in INDIA and TIBET from the age of 17 to age 29. He learned from Buddhist and Hindu holy men and shared his Essene teachings with them. Brahman Priests taught Jesus “to read and understand the Vedas and teach these.”
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JESUS BEFRIENDED UNTOUCHABLES, OFFENDED THE PRIESTLY ELITE
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 In India, Jesus” spoke with lower Sudra [farmer] and untouchable castes whom the Brahmans [priests] condemned as slaves to them, to Kshatriyas [soldiers] and to Vaishyas [merchants]. He protested Brahmans’ bigotry and said “God wouldn’t enslave anyone.”
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In Benares, Jesus “questioned the Brahmans’ morality and preached to the Sudras against the Brahmans and Kshatriyas. The Brahmans “decided to kill him. But forewarned, he fled to Nepal.”

The video accompanying this post relates that Indians regarded Jesus was a Buddhist Monk and called him Issa. After his botched execution and recovery, Jesus spent 61 to 65 years in India, Tibet, and surrounding regions. When he died, he was buried in Srinagar, Kashmir.

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In 1887 Russian Nicolas Notovitch went to India, Tibet, and Afghanistan to write The Unknown Life of Christ. Notovitch broke his leg at the Tibetan Buddhist Monastery in Leh, India. The Buddhists gave Notovich books on The Life of Saint Issa. The books say Jesus was born in the first century in Israel. Vedic scholars tutored him from the age of 13 to the age of 29. The books say “Jesus visited our land and Kashmir to study Buddhism, inspired by the laws and wisdom of Buddha.”

Russian scientist Roerich says Jesus sojourned in Benares where “Everyone loved him because Issa dwelt in peace with the Vaishyas and Shudras whom he instructed and helped.”

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Jesus taught in Jagannath (Puri), Benares (in Uttar Pradesh), and Rajagriha (in Bihar). Brahmins forced him to escape to the Himalayas. Holger Kersten wrote that Jesus fled to “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 Buddha. Jesus traveled extensively through the land of the five rivers (Punjab), stayed with the Jains, then proceeded to Jagannath.”
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Jesus visited Jewish settlers in Afghanistan who had fled from the Marduk’s Babylonian Emperor Nebuchadnezzar. Locals claim that Jesus spent years in the Kashmir Valley until the age of 80, when he died.  [http://ewao.net/2018/01/16/bbc-documentary-proves-jesus-was-a-buddhist-monk-named-issa-who-spent-16-years-in-india-tibet/ ]
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