Holger Kersten

Holger Kersten believe that the ‘Original Jesus’ was a Buddhist. In his book “The Original Jesus” Kersten argues that the sayings and teachings of Jesus have little relation to Judaism and are strongly connected to Buddhist teaching. Kersten then added to this with a book exploring Jesus’ links with India,… Continue reading

Aziz Kashmiri

Subtitles From ‘Did Jesus Die?’ 1st Section “Kashmiri history books tell us that Yus Asaf came from abroad.  He was a prophet and a messenger.  He came from Israel.  He came to spread his teachings.  He lived and died here.  Yus Asaf was Issa.  He was Jesus.  “The meaning of… Continue reading

Dr Fida Hassnain

Dr Hassnain’s Credentials 1946 – MA1947 – L.L.B.1953 – Dr. Archaeology1974 – Dr. Indology1979 – Master of Divinity1983 – D. Metaphysics1987 – Rashtra Sanskriti Samrat1988 – Doctor of Sufism1989 – Special Citation, Yoga Convocation1990 – D. Litt.1992 – Peace Award1993 – Paracharya Award1995 – Vishwaadhyamik Jagat Guru1996 – Dr. of… Continue reading

Sai Baba

Sathya Sai Baba, born on 23rd November 1926 is a spiritual guru from Southern of India, founder of an organization called Sathya Sai Organization. He is considered as being an avatar-divine incarnation- by his followers which are estimated to number several millions. His organization has been responsible for various social… Continue reading

Meher Baba

Meher Baba (February 25, 1894-January 31, 1969) is another example of the fact that Eastern and Indian peoples, high and low, have been aware for a long time that Jesus died in Kashmir, India at a ripe old age. It appears to have been common knowledge, especially amongst religious and… Continue reading

Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce (1877 – 1945) – “The Sleeping Prophet” Edgar Cayce, nicknamed, “The Sleeping Prophet,” was an American psychic reputed for his ability to “channel” information on almost any subject.  He was the most documented psychic of the 20th Century, honing his skills through 40 years of deep meditation and… Continue reading

Levi Dowling

Levi H. Dowling (1844 – 1911) Introduction Editor’s note: The experiences of people like Levi H. Dowling and Edgar Cayce are often placed under the broad category called ‘paranormal,’ which is generally defined as unusual phenomena or experiences that lack an obvious scientific explanation. Some object to the use of the word… Continue reading

Swami Abhedananda

Swami Abhedananda (1866-1939) was a disciple of Swami Ramakrishna (1836-1886). There are critics who claim that Nicholas Notovitch never made the trip to the Hemis Monastery, never found any manuscripts, and that no one at the Hemis Monastery had ever heard of him. Swami Abhedananda read Notovitch’s account, and in… Continue reading