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What has Moses got in common with Srinagar, India? You will not believe it: He was there!

Sculpture of Moses
May 2020

AUTHOR NOTE: This information is not meant to be upsetting and to change your view; however, it is intended to notify you that just maybe the scriptures have been changed by men for the purpose of accelerating their own agenda. So it is not about changing your view but rather giving you the appreciation that there is one Creator for all.

By Karl de Leeuw

Locals have taken me to the shrine for Moses in the hills of Srinagar, a large city that is the summer capital of the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. But how could Moses have been in this city that’s predominantly Muslim (about 96 percent) and Hindu?

The local museum used to show relics of the star of David but stopped displaying them. Why? How did these relics get to Srinagar? In fact, why is Srinagar such a heavily disputed place?

Kashmir is a called heaven on earth, and it is believed that somehow it is linked with the Promised Land. In Srinagar, you will find Solomon’s throne (Takht-i-sulaimai, now called Shankaracharya Hill). It is thought that Solomon landed on the hill at the time of building the temple in Jerusalem, and he built a smaller temple there. Solomon was credited with draining rivers and creating the Srinagar valley. It makes sense because from a fancy helicopter (UFO) he could see how this was possible. The Pleiadeans say that Jesus is buried in the hills of Srinagar. Could it be he is buried at Shankaracharya Hill? The Ahmadiyya Muslims believe Jesus was buried in Srinagar. Who is correct?

The real name of Jesus is Jmmanuel. In the Bible, very little is mentioned of Jmmanuel age 13 to 29. So what was he up to?

In The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ, author Nicolas Notovitch says, “In the course of one of my visits to a Buddhist convent, I learned from the chief Lama that there existed very ancient memoirs, treating of the life of Christ and of the nations of the Occident, in the archives of Llasa, and that a few of the larger monasteries possessed copies and translations of these chronicles.” He continues: “During my sojourn in Leh, the capital of Ladak, I visited Hemis, a large convent in the outskirts of the city, where I was informed by the Lama that the monastic libraries contained a few copies of the manuscripts in question.” The original manuscript he saw at the Hemis Monastery was titled, “The Life of Saint Issa, The Best of the Sons of Men.”

Here is a look at some key verses from the manuscript: 

  • Part IV item 13. That he might perfect himself in the divine world and study the laws of the great Buddhas.
  • Part V Item 1. In that course of his fourteenth year, young Issa, blessed by God, journeyed beyond the Sind and settled among the Aryans in the beloved country of God. 
  • Part V Item 2. The fame of his name spread along the Northern Sindh. When he passed through the country of the five rivers and the Radjipoutan, the worshippers of the God Djaine begged him to remain in the midst. 
  • Part V Item 3. But he left the misguided admirers of Djaine and visited Juggernaut, in the province of Orissa, where the remains of Viassa-Krishna rest, and where he received a joyous welcome from the white priests of Brahma. 
  • Part V Item 4. They taught him 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 human semblance. 
  • Part V Item 5. He spent six years in Juggernaut, Rajegriha, Benares and other holy cities. All loved him, for Issa lived in peace with Vaisyas and the Sutras to whom he taught the Holy Scripture.
  • Part VI Item 3. Having perfectly learned the Pali tongue, the just Issa applied himself to the study of the sacred rolls of Sutras. 
  • Part VI Item 4. Six years later, Issa, whom the Buddha had chosen to spread his holy word, could perfectly explain the sacred rolls. He then left Nepal and the Himalayan Mountains, descended into the valley of Rajipoutan and went westward, preaching to people the supreme perfection of man.
  • Part IX. Item 1. Issa, whom the Creator had chosen to recall the true God to the people that were plunged in depravities, was 29 years of age.

I propose that Issa = Jmmanuel

Now for even more fascinating news: Chapter 4 verse 157 in the Holy Quran states, “They did not kill him, nor did they crucify him, but it only seemed to them (as if it had been so). … But they certainly did not kill him. God raised him toward Himself. God is almighty and wise.” (A new translation by Maulana Wahiduddin Khan).

I am told that Jmmanuel actually had a near-death experience. 

Jmmanuel was set down by the great light in Syria, where he lived for two years in Damascus without being recognised. After this time, he sent a messenger to Galilee to seek out his brother, Thomas, and his disciple, Judas Iscariot. Two months passed, however, before they joined Jmmanuel and brought the bad news. His brother Thomas spoke, saying, “Your disciples have greatly falsified your teachings; they insult you by calling you the son of God and they also set you equal to Creation. The chief priests and elders persecute your followers and have them stoned when they are caught. But Thomas, one of your disciples, fled. It is reported that he has departed with a caravan for the land of India. A great enemy of yours has arisen in a man called Saul. He is fuming with rage and utters death threats against your disciples and those who trust in your teachings. (Talmud of Jmmanuel, Chapter 33, “Jmmanuel in Damascus”)

Jmmanuel, however, remained in Damascus another 30 days and made it known that he would be leaving the country and traveling to the land of India. His mother Mary came from Nazareth and set out on the road to India with Jmmanuel, Jmmanuel’s brother Thomas and Judas Iscariot. Jmmanuel began to preach again and teach the people wherever he encountered them along the way and in any settlement to which he came. He found a new strength within him, and his teachings were more powerful than before. (Talmud of Jmmanuel, Chapter 33, “Jmmanuel in Damascus”)

In the “King of Travelers: Jesus’s Lost Years in India” by Edward Martin, he writes, “One afternoon after work, I was at the bar within the American Embassy annex. As I walked to the bar and approached the Pakistani bartender, Mr. Wilson, I had no idea that something significant was about to take place in my life. I looked behind Mr. Wilson at the display bottles sitting on the shelves. One bottle of beer in particular caught my attention. The label said Murree Beer, a brand brewed in neighbouring Pakistan. I asked where the name Murree came from. ‘Murree is a town in northern Pakistan in the Himalayan foothills, sahib,’ replied Mr. Wilson. ‘Is Murree named after an Englishman?’ I asked. ‘Oh, no, sahib,’ he responded, ‘Murree comes from the name Mary.’ ‘Was Mary a woman from England?’ ‘Oh, no, sahib. Mary was the mother of Jesus,’ he said. I felt puzzled. I took a long sip of beer. ‘But Pakistan is mostly a Muslim country. Why would a town have a Christian name?’ I asked. ‘Because Mary is buried there; her tomb is in that place,’ Mr. Wilson replied. ‘The town grew up around it and is named for Mary,’ he said. ‘I have been there numerous times myself and visited the holy tomb.’ ” 


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