Visiting the Grave of Jesus in Srinagar, Kashmir, by Stephen Knapp « Stephen Knapp

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Posted on February 6, 2011 by Stephen Knapp

I had visited the place that is called the grave of Jesus in Srinagar, Kashmir in June of 2007. And, actually, unless you know the history and controversy about this little building, there is not much that will give any indications of this being the grave of Jesus. But it is good that I went when I did, because now it is locked and off-limits to foreigners, especially westerners.

This place is also called the Roza bal, or Rauza bol, which means “tomb of the prophet.” This is the burial place of Yuz Asaph (or Asaf), in the center of Srinagar’s old part of town. The name  Yuz Asaph is said to relate to Jesus. Some people believe it is the grave of Jesus and others think it is all based on faulty premises, meaning it is merely a rumor or urban legend. However, there is a complete line of logic behind this, so I will only give you the evidence and what people say and you can decide for yourself. That way, if you are ever in Srinagar, you can have some understanding of the significance of this place and check it out yourself.

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Were Yuz Asaf and Jesus of Nazareth the same person? – by Silvia Dekumbis – Helium

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Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection are central elements of the doctrine of Christianity.  The Koran, however, contains a verse that not only leads to different interpretations, but could convince us that Jesus was not killed.  He is believed to have passed away in India, buried in the town of Srinagar.  Clues hidden within the bible have prompted careful readers to believe that Jesus did survive his crucifixion.

In addition to hidden suggestions that the burial was not done properly in accordance to Jewish traditions, the Gospel of John also refers to two items, aloe and myrrh, which were taken to the tomb.  In Judaism, aloe and myrrh, were never used to embalm bodies but were applied to one’s body to heal its wounds.

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Mary Magdalene – Alchemist and High-Priestess of Hathor

Mary Magdalene

This article refers to the woman thought to be a disciple of Jesus who may also be the one refered to as The Holy Grail or the one who carries the DNA of the Sang Raal.

 

MARY-MAGDALENE-Alchemist

MARY MAGDALENE- The Alchemist

Mary Magdalene or Mary of Magdala (original Greek Μαρία ἡ Μαγδαληνή)[3] is described, in the New Testament, as one of the most important women in the movement of Jesus throughout his ministry.[4] Also referred to as the Migdal Eder (Tower of the Flock) by Margaret Starbird

The late 20th and early 21st century has enjoyed the restoration of the New Testament icon and most devoted of apostles, Mary Magdalene as the most prominent patron of women’s preaching and ministry. Mary’s new popularity has grown, in part, from the realization that Mary Magdalene undoubtedly suffered from what many now believe to be a great injustice based on historical defamation of character, perpetrated by emotionally unstable church authorities.

Traditionally, Mary Magdalene was falsely identified as a repentant prostitute, and has been incorrectly depicted in classical art as a so-called sinner, often found weeping and wiping the feet of Jesus with her lovely long hair. Read more of this post

Eagerly Awaited Novel by William Hearth Ponders Secret Alchemy of Mary Magdalene

WILLIAM HEARTH’S MUCH ANTICIPATED NOVEL TO DEBUT THIS SPRING (2011)

Historical romance inferring scandalous romantic links between Mary Magdalene and Judas Iscariot, heralds arrival of Volume II in William Hearth’s series of fearless historical scholarship. Did their lives represent defiance of rabbinical law? What if these well-known historical figures, tempted by fate to become lovers, were actually vegetarians; linked by dietary practice to the religious and cultural traditions proffered by Pythagoras, Buddhism and Ahimsa?Such knowledge would demand from us a more conscientious approach to life. Read now, the insidiously artful “Secret Alchemy of Mary Magdalene Revealed “Part A” and be ready when “Part B” is released this Christmas. Much anticipated “Novel” arrives in spring 2011.

Hearth speculates, “At a time when ancient vegetarian philosophies clashed with the Judaic-temple practice of slaughtering innocent animals for blood sacrifice…” one question in particular begs an answer: “What if these star-crossed lovers, were actually vegetarians? Their Way of Life and dietary practices would have caused them to be labeled as heretics and outcasts throughout Judean society as being Blasphemous… A crime punishable by death,” whereas these days, such knowledge might elicit a more conscious, enlightened Way of Life.
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Campaign of terror & character assassination targeted Mary Magdalene & Judas Iscariot “Sicarii”

 

Revisiting the histories of Judas Iscariot and Mary Magdalene

Revisiting the histories of Judas Iscariot and Mary Magdalene. Was Judas Iscariot (Sicarii) framed by Paul (Saul) of Tarsus? Did Paul (Saul) of Tarsus "demonize" Mary Magdalene?

QUESTIONS THAT MERIT INVESTIGATION

Did Mary Magdalene act as wife to the man whom we today incorrectly refer to as Jesus the Christ and was she a mentor to Judas Iscariot (of the Sicarii); Moreover, was Judas Iscariot actually the most devoted, loyal and trusted disciple of Jesus?

Was Mary Magdalene a well-respected leader among the early Jesus movement: Was she THE Migdal-Eder i.e. “Tower of the Flock”? Was she one of THE principal Leaders? If there was no Catholic Church during their lifetime, then why would Mary Magdalene and Judas Iscariot (Sicarii) have been considered heretics and by whom?

Did Judas really betray Jesus and Mary, or did Saul (Paul) of Tarsus and other detractors of Mary Magdalene, frame Judas Iscariot and deceive Peter?

Did Saul (Paul) of Tarsus (and later, his following) wage a campaign of terror and character assassination against Mary Magdalene and Judas Iscariot (Sicarii) and their descendents, Read more of this post

Judas Iscariot a Vegetarian? “Eating is a Political Act!”

In honor of  Mary Magdalene and her constituency’s attempt to spread the message of ahimsa, William Hearth has completed a 40 Day vegan juice fast. In preparation for attempting a 120~366 day micro-nutrient and ocean-water fast, Hearth attempts to prove that humans can live lightly on this planet, while remaining healthy and virulent even when they have past the age of 50. William Hearth is on day 42 [Oct 15, 2010] of a VEGAN juice fast (eating only plant-based liquids).

“My Goal you ask? My goal is to help people to understand that environmental activism began over 2,000 years ago, and not during our 20th century generation, as many are inclined to believe,” say William Hearth, author of ORMUS ~ The Secret Alchemy of Mary Magdalene Revealed, “The Jesus Movement, including Mary Magdalene and her constituents’ message, bespoke a world in which the Way of Peace, or ahimsa, would be the norm, rather than the exception. Deforestation began thousands of year ago, with the building of countless fortresses, war-ships, and other tools of war, most of which were used to destroy neighboring cultures and civilizations.”

Hearth goes on to say that, “People consume much more than they actually need and continue to waste resources needlessly on a daily basis, minute by minute.”

“Without a fundamental change in the way we live our lives on a day to day basis, there is little chance of the human race surviving into the 22nd Century, let alone into the year 2050.”

“It has been correctly observed that ‘shopping is a political act” and I would now like to point out that ‘eating is a political act’ in a very real and tangible sense…”