Jesus,St.issa,Buddhist connection

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  1. Chezz

    Chezz New Member

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    hello all,

    for sometime now ive been wanting to learn more about the text found in tibet about jesus known to them as st.issa. i have been trying to find some text on this on the internet but i have no luck.

    a book was written about this but i havent found it anywhere.
    does anyone have some knowlege on this subject?

    thanks
     
  2. earl

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    Hi Chezz & welcome. Wasn't that long ago I was cruising the web but don't remember what search topic & stumbled on much discussion re the supoosed text discovered in Tibet re Jesus supposed visit there during his lifetime. It was a very good article that stated that this claim had been made by some I believe european writer in a book early in the 20th c.e. but later writers interviewed some of the same Tibetan monks that writer claimed had shown them this secret text who stated it never happened. But, if you really want to check for yourself, please do your own net wanderings. Of course, many folks who've seen some of my other posts would know I believe there's a great deal of compatibility spiritually between buddhism and Christianity whether Jesus ever visited "Buddhhist" territory or not.;) Take care, Earl
     
  3. iBrian

    iBrian Peace, Love and Unity Staff Member

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    As a "neo-buddhist-Christian" I did find fascinating a newly published book about a real text discovered in China in the late 1990s in an old taoist/buddhist temple that retold the Christian story through the lens of that native belief system & told of how Christian beliefs were introduced there in the 7th c.e. by a group of Christian missionaries. See:
    http://www.beliefnet.com/story/129/story_12953_2.html

    Take care, Earl
     
  5. Bigwelshman

    Bigwelshman New Member

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    If you use either "St Issa" or "The Lost Years of Jesus" as a search topic you will gain a heap of info on the subject. I think these pages cover the topic well.
    TOM
     
  6. Vajradhara

    Vajradhara One of Many

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    Jesus wasn't in Tibet. that whole thing is a hoax to dupe the faithful or, if i'm being more charitable, to re-affirm their view that God can be found in all religions.
     

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