Unknown Doctrine of the Christ Child

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In 1887, a wealthy Jewish Journalist, named Nicolas Notovitch, traveled to India to study its people and their customs. His travels took him to a Buddhist monastery in the province of Ladakh, which still stands today. During his stay, he was told by a chief Tibetan lama that, in the monastery’s archives, there exist copies of very ancient scrolls relating to the life of Jesus Christ.

The original scrolls were written by Buddhists, in the language of Pali. Around 200 AD, they were transferred to the city of Lhassa, which is now the residence of the Dalai-Lama. Copies were then translated into the Thibetan language and stored in Ladakh. It was with the assistance of a Thibetan interpreter that Nicolas Notovitch was able to translate them into English.

Therefore let us leave the Elementary teachings about Christ and go on to Maturity. Hebrews 6:1

Jesus is known to the Buddhist lamas as Issa, which means ‘master of masters‘. But this name is only known to the chief lamas who have read the scrolls, a doctrine that does not constitute a canonical part of Buddhism. As a result, Jesus, the prophet they call Issa, is not recognized in Tibet as one of the principal saints. So this doctrine is not well known.

At the time it was written, trade routes with the Orient were opening up and commerce between Egypt and India was achieved by way of Nazareth. Social life in India was concentrated in the bazaars where merchants who were returning from their journeys abroad would talk about everything they had seen and heard.

And the star they had seen when it rose, went ahead of them, until it stopped over the place where the child was.
Matthew 2:9

Jesus was born Jeshua ben Joseph. Because his bloodline came from the line of King David, he was the heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Israel. So, when he was just a toddler, his parents took him to Alexandria, in Egypt, out of the fear of persecution by the reigning King Herod. There, they stayed with two masters who taught them about what was to become of their son. This holy family lived in Egypt until the death of King Herod, and then returned to their home where they lived among the order of the Essenes.

And so was fulfilled what the Lord had said through the prophet: “Out of Egypt I called my son.” Matthew 2:14

When Jesus was thirteen years of age, a royal prince of India led him by caravan into the desert. Upon his arrival in India a year later, he was accepted as a pupil. With the intention of perfecting himself, he set about gaining wisdom by studying the Vedas – the most ancient of Hindu scriptures.

Over time, the Brahmic priests tried to drive Jesus out of India because he didn’t agree with all of their ways. So he traveled to a temple in Lhassa where he was given access to sacred manuscripts that were rich in ancient lore. When he finished his studies in the temple schools, he journeyed to Ladakh to live and study in the monastery that existed there at the time.[i]

And the child grew and became strong in Spirit; and he lived in the desert until he appeared publicly to Israel. Luke 1:80

At the age of twenty-five, Jesus began the return journey west and boarded a ship for Greece to study with the masters there. Then he traveled to the holy temple of Heliopolis in Egypt, where he met with seven great sages.

So it was from within the Great Pyramid that Jesus took the vow of the White Brotherhood and his true life mission was revealed to him.

And, when he had passed the first initiation into this brotherhood, he received his very first degree – Sincerity.

When he had passed the tests of Justice, Faith, Philanthrophy, Heroism and Divine Love, Jesus also received those five degrees.

With six degrees, he entered a course of study that deals with the secrets of Egypt, the mysteries of life and death, and the worlds beyond the Sun.

At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and Lighting on him.
Matthew 3:16

While Jesus lived on the Earth, his awareness of his Spirit remained intact. And, although he wrestled with his sub-conscious mind, he learned how to place himself into Timeless Space and command it. When his Spirit prevailed, he received his seventh degree – that of Christ! After receiving this last degree, his baptism was performed and his ministry began.[ii]

He was twenty-nine years old.

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[i] The Unknown Life of Jesus, Nicolas Notovitch, Translated by J.H. Connelly and L. Landsberg, Linden Publishing, 2004
[ii] The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ, Levi H. Dowling, Tarcher, 2009

4 Responses to “Unknown Doctrine of the Christ Child”

  1. 1 Darryl D'Souza December 28, 2010 at 11:47 pm

    What a different and beautiful religion Christianity would have been, if people loved Jesus more for the hard work that he did all his life just to enlighten us and so, save our souls.

    Salvation for mankind was to come from Jesus’ true teachings, most of which were destroyed by Rome just for the sake of creating a holier than thou religion by glorifying his death on the cross. Rome never comprehended the true Christ Consciousness and they may never still.

  2. 2 lincoln alexander mcintosh brown May 16, 2012 at 7:44 am

    I think it was back in the late70’s or early 80’s i puchased a book called the missing years of Jesus which i still have, started to read but for some unknown reason never completed. I believe it was designed neccessary for the divine force to have a human experience in the form of Jesus/Yeshua, but since it was divine i think it embodied all knowledge so i question if indeed he was in india did he go therevto learn or did he just go ther as a part of the journey just like his 40 days in the wilderness.

    • 3 Vicky Anderson May 17, 2012 at 8:32 pm

      Greetings Lincoln,

      In addition to the book, The Unknown Life of Jesus by Nicolas Notovitch, you might also find The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ by Levi Dowling of interest. Both books speak of Jesus’ time in India.

      Much Love,

  1. 1 Unknown doctrine | Bestpriceantiq Trackback on April 2, 2012 at 5:27 am

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