Jesus Lived in India: His Unknown Life Before and After the Crucifixion

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Element, 1994 - Religion - 264 pages
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The result of many years investigative research, this book takes the reader to all the historical sites connected with Jesus in Israel, the Middle East, Afghanistan and India. As well as coming across age-old links between the Israelites and the East, the author finds evidence of the following - the youthful Jesus who followed the ancient Silk Road to India, while in India he studied Buddhism, adopted its tenets and became a spiritual master, that he survived the crucifixition and, after the resurrection, he returned to India to die of old age and that he was buried in Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir.

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User Review  - Vaishali Joglekar - Goodreads

The book, although an interesting read, lacks precise scholarship in content. Read full review

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User Review  - Sai Kiran - Goodreads

Interesting facts to know. The author presents convincing facts by proofs about the life of Jesus. Few revelations the author has presented are surprising to know. We must admit that the author had ... Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Rainer Hippler is full professor at the Institute of Physics, University of Greifswald. Together with the Max-Planck-Institute for Plasma Physics and the Institute of Low Temperature Plasma Physics in Greifswald the University represents an important center of competence for Plasma Physics and Plasma Technology. His main subjects are complex plasmas including thin film deposition, dusty plasmas, and deposition of nano-size particles on surfaces.

Holger Kersten teaches as professor at the Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics, University of Kiel. He is working in the field of plasma physics and plasma technology, with emphasis on complex (dusty) plasmas, plasma surface interaction, and ion beam diagnostics.

Martin Schmidt is a leading scientist at the Institute of Low Temperature Plasma Physics in Greifswald, a center of application-oriented research which belongs to the Leibniz-Science Community.

Karl H. Schoenbach holds the Batten Endowed Chair for Bioelectrics at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, where he serves as Director of the Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics, a center devoted to research on biological effects of cold plasma and pulsed electric fields.

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