Jesus In India- The Hidden Story
The Aquarian Gospel, transcribed from the ‘ Book Of God’s Remembrances’ , known as the AKashic Records, published in London by: C F. Cazenove and The Royal Publishing Company, Los Angeles, California, U. S. A., details the life history of Jesus. This piece is based on that text.
There is no reference to any Immaculate Conception in The Aquarian Gospel , only Gabriel predicted that Jesus will be born. According to James Tabor, one Tiberius Pantera could have been serving in the region at the time of Jesus’s conception. Both the ancient Talmud and medieval Jewish writings and sayings reinforced this notion, referring to “Yeshu ben Pantera”, which translates as “Jesus, son of Pantera”. During 20 to 32 years of age, Jesus was in India and learnt about Ayurveda and Hatha Yoga. He visited Puri and Cuttack in Odisha, Varanasi, Bihar, Nepal, Tibet, Persia, Assyria, Greece and Egypt.
Jesus did not die of crucifixion, no nail was put to his wind pipe. After his so-called death, a Roman guard (though Jewish soldiers were guarding him) thrust a spear into Jesus’ side. The mixture of blood and water flowed out, according to eyewitnesses, which shows that he was not dead. The dead normally can’t bleed for very long. Livor mortis – blood settles to the lowest part of the body – begins soon after death, and the blood is “set” within a few hours. After his “death” was rumored, there was heavy rains and an earth-quake. It is said that the Roman King Pilate wanted to verify that Jesus was dead before allowing his crucified body to be buried. So a Roman guard thrust a spear into Jesus’s side. This must have taken considerable time. Thus, the fact that blood came out, is proof that he did not die.
The Aquarian Gospel says: “Pilate’s final effort to release Jesus fails. He washes his hands in feigned innocence. Delivers Jesus to the Jews for execution. The Jewish soldiers drive him to Calvary” (Chapter 168). Thus, he was trying to help Jesus and was not against him. In fact, the Gospel writes Pilate tried his best to help Jesus. “Joseph and Nicodemus, by consent of Pilate, take the body of Jesus from the cross and lay it in Joseph’s tomb” (Chapter 171). Hence, it is possible that he removed living Jesus during that time. In fact, the Gospel writes: “The Jewish soldiers were alert; they thought the friends had come to steal the body of the Nazarene. The captain of the guard cried out to charge (Chapter 172-9). “The Jewish soldiers fled in fear; they fell upon the ground. They stood apart until the white clad soldiers marched away, and then the light about the tomb grew dim” (Chapter 172 – 12, 13). So it is clear that Jesus was removed from the Tomb, which was “in a garden, rich with flowers, the garden of Siloam, and Joseph’s home was near”.
Chapters 21 to 35 of The Aquarian Gospel, details of Jesus’s life and works in India. A royal prince of Odisha, named Ravanna, took Jesus to India. “Ravanna was a guest in Joseph’s home on Marmion Way” (Chapter 21-14). “Jesus was accepted as a pupil in the temple Jagannath; and here he learned the Vedas and the Manic laws” (Chapter 21-19). Jesus with his friend Lamaas went through all the regions of Orissa, and the valley of the Ganges/ seeking wisdom from the sudras and the visyas and the masters” (Chapter 23-1).
Then Jesus went to Benares. “Jesus sought to learn the Hindu art of healing, and became the pupil of Udraka, greatest of the Hindu healers” (Chapter 23-3). “Udraka taught the uses of the waters, plants and earths; of heat and cold; sunshine and shade; of light and dark. He said, The laws of nature are the laws of health, and he who lives according to these laws is never sick” (Chapter 23-4 & 5). “That which produces harmony in all the parts of man is medicine, insuring health” (Chapter 23-8). “An herb may heal the one; a drink of water may restore another one; a mountain breeze may bring to life one seeming past all help (Chapter 23-19). “But he who is a healer, true, is master of the soul, and can, by force of will, control these evil ones” (Chapter 23-24). “And Jesus bowed his head in recognition of the wisdom of this master soul, and went his way” (Chapter 23-26).
Jesus taught only to Shudras and farmers. “At Katak (Cuttack in Odisha), by the river side, he taught, and thousands of the people followed him” (Chapter 26-1). Once he went to the famous Car Festival at Puri and said: “Tear down your idols; they can hear you not; turn all your sacrificial altars into fuel for the flames” (Chapter 26-21), he was driven out.
Then he went to Bihar, “Ach, a wealthy man of Behar, made a feast in honor of his guest, and he invited every one t a come. And many came; among them, thieves, extortioners, and courtesans. And Jesus sat with them and taught; but they who followed him were much aggrieved because he sat with thieves and courtesans. And they upbraided him; they said, Rabboni, master of the wise, this day will be an evil day for you” (Chapter 27-3 to 5).
Ajainin, a priest from Lahore, comes to Benares to see Jesus, and abides in the temple. Jesus refuses an invitation to visit the temple (Chapter 28). Jesus receives news of the death of his father. He writes a letter to his mother which he send by a merchant to Jerusalem (Chapter 28).
“The words and works of Jesus caused unrest through all the land” (Chapter 31-1). “By night he left Benares, and with haste he journeyed to the north; and everywhere, the farmers, merchants and the sudras helped him on his way. And after many days he reached the mighty Himalayas, and in the city Kapivastu he abode ” (Chapter 31-22,23). Jesus went to Lassa where he met Meng-ste who aided him in reading the ancient manuscripts. He went to Ladak (Chapter 36).
Jesus was senseless due to bleeding and near-death, though not dead. His body was stolen from the grave which is on record. Jesus received treated and he came to senses after 3 days. That is said as the resurrection. He came to Kashmir and here he died of old age, where his tomb still exists.