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The Lost Years of Jesus ​​(Part 1)

The Lost Years of Jesus ​​(Part 1)

Elizabeth Claire Prophet

about the discoveries of Notovich, Abhedananda, Roerich, and Kaspari, documenting the seventeen-year journey of Jesus in the East

Dedicated to the disciples of the Great Teacher
following in his footsteps

Content

CHAPTER ONE
LOST YEARS OF JESUS
analysis suggests travelers visiting Himis
matter Issa

CHAPTER TWO – UNKNOWN LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST
labor original Nicholas Notovitch, including “The Life of Saint Issa” Translation Notes to the publisher Foreword *
Path of the author through India (printmaking)
Travel to Tibet
Ladakh
Festival in Gonpa
The Life of Saint Issa, Best of the Sons of Men

CHAPTER THREE – IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF CHEMIS
Excerpts from the book of Swami Abhedananda Publisher’s
Notes
Monastery Himis
Jesus Christ, the Human Leader

CHAPTER FOUR – LEGENDS OF THE EAST
Nicholas Roerich. Excerpts from books
Roerich, his expedition and finds
Bonding of
ancient texts about Christ in India, Nepal,
Ladakh and Tibet

CHAPTER FIVE – “These books say your Jesus was here,”
Testimonies Elizabeth Caspari of texts
Himis
Parchment hands

CHAPTER SIX – Ladakh TODAY – IMPRESSIONS
ANTHROPOLOGY
Dr. Robert S. Ravich Explores Usages
and Beliefs
Map of Jesus’ Journey to the East –
suggested version
Photos provided by Dr. R. Ravich and
E. Noack

CHAPTER – SEVEN EPILOGUE
A Tale of Two Worlds
A few final questions

CHAPTER EIGHT – THANKS
After the final curtain – tribute to the
Writer and all the Staff
Thanks to the Staff.

NOTES

REFERENCES

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Leh is a wonderful place. Here the legends connected the paths of Buddha and Christ. The Buddha passed through Leh to the north. Issa communicated with people here on the way from Tibet. Legends are kept secretly and carefully. They are difficult to hear because lamas know better than anyone else how to remain silent. Only with the help of simple speech – and not just language, but also inner understanding – can one get closer to their secrets.
Nicholas Roerich.

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