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CHART 1: Kashmir

Tribes, Casts, and Sub-Casts Biblical Names Reference Abri Ibri 1 Chronicles, XXIV: 27 Akwan Achan (Hebrew: Akhan) Joshua, VII:1 Amal Amal 1 Chronicles VII: 35 Asaul Asahel 2 Chronicles, XVII: 8 Asheriya Aser (Hebrew: Asher) Genesis XXX: 13 Attai Attai 1 Chronicles, XII: 11 Azri Azriel 1 Chronicles, V: 24

Dr Steven Hairfield

Dr. Hairfield has an interesting and fascinating background. Having been raised in a very normal environment, he decided to serve his country in

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Aloe and Myrrh

Aloe and Myrrh Modern day analysis on the most ancient of herbs. Known for being applied to Jesus once in the tomb and

Kashmir

CHART 1: Kashmir

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Aloe and Myrrh

Aloe and Myrrh Modern day analysis on the most ancient of herbs. Known for being applied to Jesus once in

Kashmir

CHART 1: Kashmir

Tribes, Casts, and Sub-Casts Biblical Names Reference Abri Ibri 1 Chronicles, XXIV: 27 Akwan Achan (Hebrew: Akhan) Joshua, VII:1 Amal

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Question 1 Where is this ‘Tomb’ of Jesus Christ situated? The Tomb featured at this site is in the Kan

Tomb of Jesus Description

Tomb of Yuz Asaf, believed to be the name Jesus took in Kashmir

“The plinth of the present building is in reality a rectangular structure enclosed by walls made of chiselled stone blocks of big size. Very recently, the ancient stone wallings have been plastered with cement, but the upper portion of the original door, for access to the crypt, is still visible. Its decorated stones have been plastered with cement. The cella is an ancient structure decorated internally but access to is blocked now by the road towards its West, which have arisen [sic] in the past. There is also a small niche towards the North of this access door. This cella is the original sepulchre containing the remains of Yuz Asaf.

The Crucifixion

Pilate & the Centurion

“And now when the even [evening] was come, because it was the preparation, that is, the day before the Sabbath, Joseph of Arimathaea, an honorable counselor, which also waited for the kingdom of God, came, and went in boldly unto Pilate, and craved the body of Jesus. And Pilate marveled if he were already dead: and calling unto him the centurion, he asked him whether he had been any while dead.”

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

The Promised Messiah

“The most remarkable thing about the tomb is that it is known not only as the tomb of Nabi Sahib, but also as that of Isa Sahib. Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad, son of the Promised Messiah [referring to Ghulam Ahmad], paid a visit to the tomb in July last; and when he asked an old woman, the last survivor of a long line of the hereditary attendants of the tomb, whose tomb it was, she replied: ‘It is the tomb of Isa Sahib.’ Being asked why she called it the tomb of Isa Sahib, while the Maulvis [Islamic clergy] believed Isa to be in the heavens, she said, ‘Let them believe what they will. The name [Isa] is the one which we have been hearing from our forefathers.’”

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