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Jesus in Kashmir The Lost Tomb [Kindle Edition]

Suzanne Olsson
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Historians know almost nothing about the two decades following the crucifixion of Jesus. ‘Jesus in Kashmir The Lost Tomb’ presents compelling new evidence about the life of Jesus derived from a variety of sources in the East unknown to most Western scholars, and his unknown life before and after the crucifixion. This new evidence follows the lesser known trail of Jesus. The result of many years of investigative research, Jesus in Kashmir The Lost Tomb’ takes the reader to all the historical sites connected with Jesus in Israel, the Middle East, Afghanistan and India. As well as revealing age-old links between the Israelites and the East, and the magi and kings who came for his birth, the evidence found by Suzanne Olsson verifies the startling conclusions: In his youth Jesus followed the Silk Road to India, where he had ancient family ties. Among a number of well researched and well composed books on the subject of the origins of the historical Jesus, this stands out as the most carefully researched and filled with never before published information. The DNA of God Project is the effort to gather as much DNA as possible from ancient tombs that are rapidly disappearing forever, destroyed by cultural terrorism.

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This extraordinary account begins with mankind's sudden burst of enlightenment at the end of the last Ice Age and continues forward into the Space Age. Olsson begins with a grave of Noah discovered on the Old Silk Road. Realizing that myths and legends don't have physical graves, she sets out to ask why are Biblical prophets here, in India? What she discovered was the ancient Hebrew homes from Adam and Noah right up to Jesus in Kashmir. That the Hindus and Hebrews share a commonality in their gods and names and mythologies is well known, but Olsson took the study back even further trying to determine who came first. Her quest for the DNA from these graves, and a scientific and historical documentation of the accompanying relics is the main thrust of her study. Most significantly she champions the recovery of artifacts stolen from the ancient tombs for ego and profit. The 'Rod of Moses' is probably one of the most significant relics in the entire world, and she has properly identified it by referring to historical references from Josephus, The Book of the Bee, and the Rajatarangini. No armchair scholar, this is the true story of a rare woman who braved Taliban and international turmoil to get to the truth about the artifacts and graves, before they go the way of the Bamiyam Buddha. Olsson's research has broken new ground in many areas, and proves conclusively that Jesus has a real grave in Kashmir, and has historical and family reasons for being found there. It's impossible to understand Jesus without including this massive new information about Jesus in the east. Her work will be referenced for years to come.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 497 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1419611755
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Most Important Groundbreaking Research 30 May 2006
As a lifetime resident of Kashmir,and author of several books about the life of Jesus in Kashmir, I have devoted my life to research into the tomb of Roza Bal.I feel this book will help
change the world.

The references, the words, and the thoughts are about the real story of Jesus, written by his decendent.

Here you will follow the family sagas as they roamed between worlds. What had begun with Adam and Noah, ended with the deaths of Mother Mary and Jesus. You will learn surprising new clues for the real reasons of the crucifixion: why Jesus, the new king, was brought before Pilate. You will visit the tomb of Roza Bal in Kashmir, and be shocked to find out what has been deliberately hidden from the world because of petty religious intolerances, jealousy, ego, and greed. The ancient tomb and its artifacts and documents will prove the identity of the man buried within. Jesus died in his old age: at his side was his lifetime companion John, the Bishop of Edessa, member of the White Brotherhood who was known to the Buddhists as Anjuna. You will find how Jesus' life and teachings touched upon every culture and religion in the world in ways you could never have imagined. Readers will be startled, then pleased to see these new details about this most extraordinary man's life, and the most extraordinary adventures he lived.
What you will find is an affirmation of many faiths. Approach this new information in the spirit of seeking
the "what-if" truths, for scattered herein is an incredibly new trail of leads for you to follow. There are places herein for an occasional smile as well as some frowns, and this perks up the reading of lengthy genealogies and confusing names and connections weaving across the millennium.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Journey to Kashmir 8 Jun. 2012
This is an immense piece of work, a true labour of love, and a book full of passion and enthusiasm. It's also a book with a great sense of mission about it, as it seeks not just to identify the tomb in Kashmir at its core as the possible resting place of Jesus, but to demand its protection from the predations and desecrations of those who would threaten it. It's partly a history book and partly a book about theology and it's also very much a personal journey by the author, a journey of the intellect and of the soul, and also an actual journey into some beautiful, fascinating, inhospitable and dangerous places.

Ideas about Jesus going to Kashmir during his "lost years", and perhaps subsequent to the crucifixion as well, have existed in western thought since as far back as the late nineteenth century, and the author of this book collects together a vast array of sources and evidence - from history, from scripture, from art, from apocryphal texts, from legend, from folklore and from oral histories and personal testimony - documenting how embedded these ideas are in parts of the Indian subcontinent, and within certain religious communities there. This is certainly no wild theory on the part of the author. In fact, this is well travelled ground, which the author endeavours to make sense of, and explain to a modern readership. For this particular modern reader, not being a person of faith, and with only a fragmentary understanding of some of the subject matter that is presented, there was an awful lot to absorb and take on board, and I can't pretend that I finished the book with a full understanding of everything that is discussed in it, but that's much more on account of the deficiency of this reader, rather than the writer.
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As a native of India (Punjab) I am acutely sensitive to the accuracy and depth of understanding with which various foreign writers approach topics close to my heart and my home. In this book, I felt the author's overwhelming sensitivity and depth of understanding of India culture. Olsson summarizes huge overlaying sweeps, conveying thousands of years of history in a few broad strokes of the pen. Several chapters are stand-alone summations of one Jewish-Hebrew prophet associated with Kashmir; Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, King David, Mother Mary and Jesus.

This is an immense piece of work, a true labor of love, and a book full of passion and enthusiasm.
There are many illustrations and photographs, making the reading a visual pleasure as well.

Parts of the book I found particularly interesting were about art, scripture and other texts suggesting a possible extra-terrestrial explanation behind religious ideas and folklore. Some will scoff at this, but I actually find it rather plausible, right in step with the modern space age theories. Olsson examines if the experiences of Jesus could be deeply rooted with such connections. "On earth as it is in Heaven" has interpretations I wont soon forget. The book draws no conclusions, it should be said, but offers much food for thought, a new way of thinking outside the box of conventionality. I loved this section as it gave me much to think about long after I finished the book.

The section called Cultural Terrorism addresses Islamic fundamentalism. The threat has particular relevance to this book because of increasing attacks on all religious sites, tombs and cemeteries that make the news weekly. Kashmir would do well to throw the doors of Roza Bal wide open with no restrictions to science and get to the truth.
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