The Unknown Life of Jesus
An unabridged edition translated by J. H. Connelly and L. Landsberg from Nicolas Notovitch's 1887 Discovery -
- ASIN: 1603864776
Agents Unknown: True Stories of Life as a Special Agent in the Diplomatic Security
Special Agents of the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) have been on the front lines of securing diplomacy for over a century. From the Fall of Saigon to the U.S. embassy bombings in east Africa, and the Iranian Hostage Crisis to the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, special agents of the DSS have relentlessly put their lives on the line to protect their fellow diplomats around the globe. Agents Unknown reveals the story of Cody Perron, a former Special Agent of the DSS, and his journey through the Middle East and Southeast Asia, negotiating international fugitive returns, interviewing ISIS hostages, and protecting the highest level U.S. government officials in some of the most volatile places in the world. Raw and unfiltered, Perron offers the perspective of a ground level agent revealing the unconventional duties and accomplishments as one of many “agents unknown.”
- ASIN: 1985818949
The Unknown Life of Jesus
Nicolas Notovitch was a Russian aristocrat, Cossack officer, spy, and journalist known for his contention that during the years of Jesus Christ's life missing from the Bible, he followed traveling merchants abroad into India and the Hemis Monastery in Ladakh, Nepal, where he studied Buddhism. While recovering from a broken leg at the at the monastery of Himis, Notovich discovered the text to The Life of Issa and realized that it recounted the lost years of Jesus. This controversial book shows where many of Jesus' beliefs comes from, while at the same time showing that Jesus was already well on his way to his fundamental beliefs at a very young age.
- Brand: Brand: Wilder Publications
- ASIN: 1604593660
The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ: From an Ancient Manuscript, Recently Discovered in a Buddhist Monastery in Thibet, Translated From the French and ... and Illustrations (Classic
Excerpt from The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ: From an Ancient Manuscript, Recently Discovered in a Buddhist Monastery in Thibet, Translated From the French and Edited With an Introduction and IllustrationsA year later I happened to be in Rome. There I submitted my manuscript to a cardinal who has great inﬂuence with the Pope, and who answered me as fol lows What is the use of having that published; no one will attach any great importance to it, and you will only create numerous enemies. Nevertheless, you are still young. If it is a question of money which interests you, I can obtain for you a recompense in exchange for your notes which will remunerate you well for all expense and for the time lost. Naturally, I refused.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections...
- ASIN: 028214353X
The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ - The Original Text of Nicolas Notovitch's 1887
Preface After the Turkish War (1877-1878) I made a series of travels in the Orient. From the little remarkable Balkan peninsula, I went across the Caucasus to Central Asia and Persia, and finally, in 1887, visited India, an admirable country which had attracted me from my earliest childhood. My purpose in this journey was to study and know, at home, the peoples who inhabit India and their customs, the grand and mysterious archæology, and the colossal and majestic nature of their country. Wandering about without fixed plans, from one place to another, I came to mountainous Afghanistan, whence I regained India by way of the picturesque passes of Bolan and Guernaï. Then, going up the Indus to Raval Pindi, I ran over the Pendjab—the land of the five rivers; visited the Golden Temple of Amritsa—the tomb of the King of Pendjab, Randjid Singh, near Lahore; and turned toward Kachmyr, "The Valley of Eternal Bliss." Thence I directed my peregrinations as my curiosity impelled me, until I arrived in Ladak, whence I intended returning to Russia by way of Karakoroum and Chinese Turkestan. One day, while visiting a Buddhist convent on my route, I learned from a chief lama, that there existed in the archives of Lhassa, very ancient memoirs relating to the life of Jesus Christ and the occi...
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The Unknown Life of Jesus: original text with photographs and map (Aziloth
Nicolas Notovitch was born into an aristocratic Jewish family, but converted to Christianity in his youth. A prolific journalist, author of twelve books (and some say, spy), he travelled widely in the east, visiting India, Afghanistan and Ladakh. After a riding accident that broke his leg, Notovitch recuperated at a Tibetan monastery in Hemis. Here, he heard of a manuscript that revealed astonishing information on the sixteen 'Lost Years of Jesus' - the period between Christ's visit to the Jerusalem Temple at the age of twelve and His baptism in the Jordan, about which the bible is strangely silent. The Tibetan manuscript relates that Jesus spent this time traveling to India and Tibet to study the spiritual disciplines of the East. He then returned via Persia to Israel, where He taught until eventual crucifixion. This account was published by Notovitch in 1887 as The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ. It caused an immediate sensation, stirring passions on both sides, shaking the foundations of orthodox Christianity, and raising a storm of controversy that, after more than 125 years, has not yet abated. An exciting, thought-provoking book, and essential reading for anyone interested in the life of the historical Jesus.
- ASIN: 1909735361
TIME-LIFE Mysteries of the Unknown: Inside the World of the Strange and
Could the strange actually be true? This book takes readers on a tour of the eerie and unexplained - from the search for vanished civilizations to the science of real-life zombies, from famous UFO sightings to encounters with ghosts and otherworldly creatures, and much more.
- Brand: TIME-LIFE
- ASIN: 1618933523
- UPC: 884278135929
The Unknown Life of Jesus: Correcting the Church Myth (Volume IV, The Sacred Science
The Unknown Life of Jesus shares the secrets about Jesus that have been kept from people for two millennia. The time has come to release this knowledge to people who seek spiritual truths and wish to escape church dogma. Readers will discover how the early Church created the myth about Jesus by incorporating pagan beliefs and doctrines from other religions. This myth was perpetuated through corrupt editings of the New Testament. Early manuscripts written in Jeus language of Aramaic have been discovered and contradict many of the writings of the New Testament. Included in the book are childhood stories of Jesus, currently unknown to most people. The lost years of Jesus are also explained, giving evidence that Jesus studied the teachings of Buddha and Hinduism while in India. Evidence suggests that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene, who bore him children. Evidence also shows that Jesus survived the crucifixion and continued His teachings in Kashmir, where He is buried today after living well past 100 years. Over the centuries, keepers of these secrets were the Priory of Sion in France, who claim to be the founders of the Knights Templar, precursors to the Freemasons. Today, the Priory is releasing this hidden knowledge to the world, including the genetic legacy of Jesus.
- Brand: Brand: New Science Publications
- ASIN: 0966685644
Hello Sacred Life
Hello Sacred Life introduces little ones to the sun, moon, five elements, and big-picture concepts that children will hold dear to their hearts forever. Equally likely to be spotted on a nursery bookshelf as styled on a grown-up coffee table, Hello Sacred Life is a book for all of us: a visual poem in homage to life's great mysteries. Board book, 24 pages, 5x7"
- ASIN: B078XLLVMG
- UPC: 064886985905
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