Jesus in Kashmir: The Lost Tomb

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Booksurge Publishing, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 496 pages
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This methodical research diary is the classic 'go to' for this genre. Revised in May, 2014, this edition is densely packed with pictures, maps, and historical sources. Her amazing ability to pull together a comprehensive view of the people behind Islamic fundamentalism is bound to change many views. There is an undeniable Jewish and Christian history in India. By examining India's place in Biblical history the author has created a bold new view of Jesus, the crucifixion, the Rod of Moses, his real marriage (surprisingly not to Magdalene) his children, and the past, present, and future of the religion he founded, Christianity. Olsson's DNA of God Project nearly brought together two countries on the brink of war. She traces Grail legends to Prester John's escape from India with the Holy Grail. Her list of firsts is extensive. If the DNA of God Project succeeds, this will change the world. The information is that powerful. As guest speaker at Washington, DC Peace Conference, she offered solutions to Kashmir terrorism and efforts to rescue Roza Bal tomb. She has been a frequent radio commentator, and guest contributor to several International film documentaries about her research, including the Film Board of India. Internationally established as the leading world expert on the tomb of Roza Bal, this is cutting edge research in a huge well illustrated book about the missing years of Jesus, written by a legend whose real adventures exceed her nickname Indiana Sue. This book is sure to ripple through the future with chilling consequences.

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User Review  - Shivam Beniwal - Goodreads

IF you think Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are religions, then, surely you've no understanding of the fundamentals of religion. The truth is that these Semitic origin religions are mere political ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Olsson is a graduate of New York University. Her articles on current events have appeared in many publications, including the New York Times and Reader's Digest. She was also a senior editor for the weekly centerfold of the New Jersey Herald, and won recognition for her investigative reporting. As an employee of the United States government, she was editor of a monthly news magazine, The Eagle.

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