Month: December 2014

Why Jesus’s life in India has been kept as a secret.

Thirty years of exploration and investigation revealed to me several astonishing facts about our so-called history of the world and its civilizations. I am very keen to share every unknown and secret portion of my findings in a lucid manner in my forthcoming book “Glories of India” Keep following me for more revelations.

Why long spells of Jesus’s life in India has been concealed even till now, despite compelling pieces of evidence?

For most people all around the world, it’s a startling story that Jesus Christ lived in India. People can’t believe that he lived for 120 years and out of this he lived in India for over 100 years. It may be unbelievable for you but it is true and there is enough evidence to prove this fact. Even church is not in a position to decline this fact so they do maintain silence about it.

But for me, this was not an amazing fact because it is quite obvious that during those “lost years” of Jesus where else he could have been? Where on the earth education and knowledge was available 2000 years back? Knowledge in all forms was available in India at that time. Vedic scriptures, 3500 old Harappan civilization, Yoga, Ayurveda etc. are just a few pieces of evidence. Takshshila University in North-Western part (now in Pakistan) existed 2700 years back. Standard of this university was so high that only one out of three aspirants could get admission. Every year 10000 students graduated from here. A faculty of 3000 teachers used to teach subjects like Spiritualism, Vedas, Philosophy, Astronomy, Astrology, Economics, Administration, Yoga and Ayurveda.

For me it was difficult to figure out as to why they had to hide the fact that Jesus lived in India? At that point of time, no one had any rivalry against India or its original culture, then why was there a need to conceal the fact that Jesus lived in India? It was this quest which set me into a history exploration mode thirty years back.

Thirty years of exploration and investigation revealed to me several astonishing facts about our so-called human history. I am very keen to share every unknown and secret portion of my findings in a lucid manner in my forthcoming book “Glories of India” Keep following me for more revelations.

Jesus is not born on Christmas Day as the World Belives

Christmas is a festival which is celebrated most widely all over the world as birth day of Jesus Christ. It is really amazing that how gullible people are. Jesus is most revered  character of the world and he would be No 1 in popularity count. Very few people know that Jesus is not born on December 25th and most people do not know the true life story of Jesus.

History shows that December 25 was popularized as the date for Christmas, not because Christ was born on that day, but because it was already popular in pagan religious celebrations as the birthday of the sun. But could December 25 be the date of Christ’s birth?

Early Christian teachers suggested dates all over the calendar. Clement…picked November 18. Hippolytus…figured Christ must have been born on a Wednesday…An anonymous document[,] believed to have been written in North Africa around A.D. 243, placed Jesus’s birth on March 28″ (Joseph L. Sheler, U.S. News & World Report , “In Search of Christmas,” Dec. 23, 1996, p. 58).
A careful analysis of Scripture, however, clearly indicates that December 25 couldn’t be the date for Christ’s birth. Here are two primary reasons:
First, we know that shepherds were in the fields watching their flocks at the time of Jesus’ birth (Luke:2:7-8). Shepherds were not in the fields during December. According to Celebrations: The Complete Book of American Holidays , Luke’s account “suggests that Jesus may have been born in summer or early fall. Since December is cold and rainy in Judea, it is likely the shepherds would have sought shelter for their flocks at night” (p. 309).
Similarly, The Interpreter’s One-Volume Commentary says this passage argues “against the birth [of Christ] occurring on Dec. 25 since the weather would not have permitted” shepherds watching over their flocks in the fields at night. Second, Jesus’ parents came to Bethlehem to register in a Roman census (Luke:2:1-4). Such censuses were not taken in winter, when temperatures often dropped below freezing and roads were in poor condition. Taking a census under such conditions would have been self-defeating.
If Jesus Christ wasn’t born on December 25, does the Bible indicate when He was born? The biblical accounts point to the fall of the year as the most likely time of Jesus’ birth, based on the conception and birth of John the Baptist.
Since Elizabeth (John’s mother) was in her sixth month of pregnancy when Jesus was conceived (Luke:1:24-36), we can determine the approximate time of year Jesus was born if we know when John was born. John’s father, Zacharias, was a priest serving in the Jerusalem temple during the course of Abijah (Luke:1:5). Historical calculations indicate this course of service corresponded to June 13-19 in that year ( The Companion Bible , 1974, Appendix 179, p. 200).
It was during this time of temple service that Zacharias learned that he and his wife, Elizabeth, would have a child (Luke:1:8-13). After he completed his service and traveled home, Elizabeth conceived (Luke:1:23-24). Assuming John’s conception took place near the end of June, adding nine months brings us to the end of March as the most likely time for John’s birth. Adding another six months (the difference in ages between John and Jesus (Luke:1:35-36)) brings us to the end of September as the likely time of Jesus’ birth.
Although it is difficult to determine the first time anyone celebrated December 25 as Christmas Day, historians are in general agreement that it was sometime during the fourth century. This is an amazingly late date. Christmas was not observed in Rome, the capital of the Roman Empire, until about 300 years after Christ’s death. Its origins cannot be traced back to either the teachings or practices of the earliest Christians.

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