The Lost 18 Years of Jesus' Life Revealed
Finally, yielding to Nicolas' earnest request, the lama brought forth two big volumes in cardboard covers, "with leaves yellowed by the lapse of time, and read the biography of Issa," which Nicolas carefully copied from the translation of his interpreter. This document is written in the form of isolated verses, which do not necessarily bear a connection between each other.
There are 14 sections comprising a total of 244 verses. I post about 50 that deal with specific items of interest to Issa's life, while omitting the sentances that were wordy and preachy.
10. When Issa had attained the age of thirteen, when an Israelite should take a wife,
11. The house in which his parents dwelt and earned their livelihood in modest labor, became a meeting place for the rich and noble, who desired to gain for a son-in-law the young Issa, already celebrated for his edifying discourses in the name of the Almighty.
12. It was then that Issa clandestinely left his father's house, went out of Jerusalem, and, in company with some merchants, traveled toward Sindh,
13. That he might perfect himself in the divine word and study the laws of the great Buddhas.
1. In the course of his fourteenth year, young Issa, blessed by God, journeyed beyond the Sindh and settled among the Aryas in the beloved country of God.
2. The fame of his name spread along the Northern Sindh. When he passed through the country of the fiver rivers and the Radjipoutan, the worshippers of the God Djaine begged him to remain in their midst.
3. But he left the misguided admirers of Djaine and visited Juggernaut, in the province of Orsis, where the remains of Viassa-Krichna rest, and where he received a joyous welcome from the white priest of Brahma.
4. They TAUGHT Issa to read and understand the Vedas, to heal by prayer, to teach and explain the Holy Scripture, to cast out evil spirits from the body of man and give him back human semblance.
5. He spent six years in Juggernaut, Rajegriha, Benares, and the other old cities; all loved him, for Issa lived in peace with the Vaisyas (yellow race) and the Soudras (black race).
6. But the Brahmans (white race) and the Kshatriyas (red race) declared that the Great Para-Brahma forbade them to approach those whom he had created from his entrails and from his feet:
8. That the Vaisyas were authorized to listen only to the reading of the Vedas, and that never save on feast days.
10. But Issa would not heed them; and going to the Soudras (lowest caste of slaves) preached against the Brahmans and the Kshatriyas.
12. Issa denied the divine origin of the Vedas and the Pouranas, declaring to his followers that one law had been given to men to guide them in their actions.
1. The white priests and the warriors becoming cognizant of the discourse addressed by Issa to the Soudras, resolved upon his death and sent their servants for this purpose in search of the young prophet.
2. But Issa, warned of this danger by the Soudras, fled in the night from Juggernaut, gained the mountains, and took refuge in the Gothamide Country, the birthplace of the great Buddha Cakya-Mouni, among the people who adorned the only and sublime Brahma.
3. Having perfectly learned the Pali tongue, the just Issa applied himself to the study of the sacred rolls of Soudras.
4. Four years later, Issa, whom the Buddha had chosen to spread his holy word, could perfectly explain the sacred rolls.
5. He then left Nepal and the Himalaya Mountains, descended into the valley of Rajipoutan and went westward, preaching to divers people of the supreme perfection of man.
1. The words of Issa spread among the pagans, in the countries through which he traveled, and the inhabitants abandoned their idols.
18. "You shall attain supreme beatitude, not only by purifying yourself, but also by leading others into the path that shall permit them to regain primitive perfection."
1. The fame of Issa's sermons spread to the neighboring countries, and, when he reached Persia, the priests were terrified and forbade the inhabitants to listen to him.
2. But when they saw that all the villagers welcomed him with joy, and eagerly listened to his preaching, they caused his arrest and brought him before the high priest, where he was submitted to the following interrogatory:
3. "Who is this new God of whom thou speaketh? Dost thou not know, unhappy man that thou art, that Saint Zoroaster is the only just one admitted to the honor of receiving communications from the Supreme Being,
23. After listening to him, the wise men resolved to do him no harm. In the night, while the city was wrapped in slumber, they conducted him outside the walls and left him on the highway, hoping that he might soon become the prey of wild beasts,
24. But, being protected by the Lord our God, Saint Issa continued on his way unmolested.
1. Issa, whome the Creator had chosen to recall the true God to the people that were plunged in depraviation, was 29 years old when he arrived in the land of Israel.
2. Since the departure of Issa, the pagans had heaped still more atrocious sufferings on the Israelites, and the latter were a prey to the deepest gloom.
3. Many among them had already begun to desert the laws of their God and those of Mossa, in the hope of softening their harsh conquerors.
10. The Israelites flocked to hear the words of Issa, asking him where they should thank the Heavenly Father, since their enemies had razed their temples and laid violent hands on their sacred vessels.
11. Issa replied to them that God did not speak of temples built by the hands of men, but that he meant thereby the human heart, which is the true temple of God.
Repeat: The TRUE TEMPLE is the "HUMAN HEART."
Source: "The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ" by Nicolas Notovitch
Now do you see how and why the people of Isreal rushed to see and listen to Issa. The people of Israel were in a state of despair. They had begun to desert the laws of their God and those of Moses in an attempt to relieve their sufferings imposed upon them by the hands of their conquerors. So Issa comes back to town and everyone turns and looks up to him as their savor!
Remember, we are talking about the emotional mindset of an oppressed populous in the year 1 AD! They DESPERATELY NEEDED someone and the sandal fit Jesus!