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Christ in Tibet

by Jack Haas

09/11/2007

 

     Christ did not die on the cross, but survived the crucifixion, and afterward went to Tibet, where he was known as Issa. He was drawn magnetically there by both the Kingdom of Peace emanating from Shiva (known also as Isa) on Meru, and by the energy of the light Goddess, Kuan Yin.

     It was inevitable that Christ was drawn back to the East; remember, it was three wise men from the East, who came to find the baby Jesus after birth, much for the same reason that wise men search for the re-incarnating Dalai Lama of Tibetan Buddhism.

     Here is an image from a old Tibetan Thanka, showing Christ in Tibet:

 

Issa, Jesus in Tibet - old Tibetan Buddhist Thanka. Picture by Terry Anthony (www.viewzone.com)

Issa, Jesus in Tibet - old Tibetan Buddhist Thanka. Picture by Terry Anthony (www.viewzone.com)

 

Also, read http://www.spiritandflesh.com/bookJesusChristSpiritFisherOfMen_religion_spirituality.htm

http://www.spiritandflesh.com/bookOMKrishnaChristmacrocosmmicrocosmmysticexperience_religion_spirituality.htm

 

and The Life of Saint Issa

 

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