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The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ

By: Nicolas Notovitch
Narrated by: Clay Lomakayu
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Summary

This version includes an introduction from Yogi Ramachakra from his book, Mystic Christianity, giving additional incite into the unknown years of Jesus Christ's life. There is also an afterword by Baird T. Spalding from his book, Life And Teaching of The Masters of The Far East.  

Nicolas Notovitch journeyed to Tibet in 1887 and discovered manuscripts in a monastery describing some of the unknown years of Jesus Christ. In The Manuscripts he is referred to as Saint Issa.

©2018 Clay Miller (P)2018 Clay Miller

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Listen to the whole storyline of this book.

Even of the beginning seems to be of lesser importance, it is not. By the end everything that this book has to offer, will do so !

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  • 08-06-21

Very thought provoking

If you've ever thought that a boy, man at the time, already knew he had come to do Gods work. Then he became a carpenter, this is for you. Much of this is the Authors travels, but does provide a very plausible idea of Jesus's missing years.

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  • 03-04-22

ancient Vedas and the young Christ

chapter 6 is the best and most beloved of all the chapters. good narration, clear and precise.

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  • Mark Moody
  • 18-01-22

Interesting Read

I thoroughly enjoyed hearing the translation of Issa's words to the people he taught in India and found it fascinating that the Brahman priests even plotted to have him killed since they relied on the caste system so much for power and Issa preached against it and against their idols. Much of the book is the author's travels, which I found interesting too. There is evidence that Issa lived in India following the crucifixion and eventually died in Kashmir. The author seems to believe that Issa's body was simply moved to another tomb instead of him being resurrected or somehow surviving the crucifixion in a state of samadhi or something. I'd like to learn more about Issa's life following crucifixion too. I'm grateful to the buddhists who preserved the text on Issa for centuries.