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Here is the one on St. Issa. Looks weird. Kind of confusing.
I could not find the one on "St. Mossa", although I found references to it.
Looks like a really bad word of mouth copy of the life of Christ.
Interesting, although sad with how much it's in error.
This is the written history from the author in 1887, as the translated manuscript of Jesus (St. Issa)...bottom line... as a Brahminic Buddhist. The centuries old manuscript was also investigated by Swami Abhedananda and in 1925 by Nicholas Roerich at Himis, a monastary in the Himalayas.
As you know, in the Jewish faith, boys of 12 to 13 are considered men, and some must marry!? In this written manuscript, which is hundreds of years older than the New Testament, says that Jesus left his home, to travel through the mountains and into India.
Jesus spent 6 years with the Brahmans of the Jainism caste, however, he incited their wrath and their sentence of death, because Jesus believed that the poorest caste of Brahmanism, the Sudras or working man, slaves...were entitiled to the salvation of the One Almighty GOD, except per Brahmanism, the sudras could not even hear the written words of GOD, at anytime, their whole lives.
I personally can feel how this would have gone against all Jesus knew about how His Father, GOD, sent His message of salvation to all humanity! Persons loyal to Jesus warned him and Jesus left the Jainism sect to begin his travel back over the Himalayas.
He arrived and stayed another, approx. 6 years, studied with a caste of Buddhists which had broken away from Brahmanism, for the basic same reasons...Brahmanism had changed to the point of being irreconcillable to Buddhist beliefs.
This was also the time, Jesus became a Saint or Teacher...he was known as St. Issa.