The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ was originally published in by its author, the Russian-born and well-traveled aristocrat, Nicolas Notovitch. It consists of a. The Unknown Life. OF. JESUS CHRIST. Bv the Discoverer of the Manuscript. NICOLAS NOTOVITCH. Translated from the French by. ALEXINA LORANGER. The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ has ratings and 29 reviews. Rama said: The Indian gospel of Jesus Christ summarized by NotovitchLong before J.

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India is both a wonderful, and challenging and stressful country to visit. Sold by Bookstore and ships from Amazon Fulfillment. He visits Jerusalem, where Pilate is apprehensive about him. Swami Abhedananda’s Journey into Kashmir and Tibet. A somewhat interesting yarn about the life of Jesus between the age of 13 and time he began his ministry at age Nevertheless it is understandable and you get the gist of what he is trying to get across in his writing.

The simplest inference is that he was working as a carpenter with his father and that nothing remarkable happened to him the unknown life of jesus christ by nicolas notovitch this period. I read this book years ago.

Trivia About The Unknown Life Nothing concrete, a fanciful account! Notovitch is a rogue. Archibald Douglaswho was a professor of English and History at the Government College in Agrathen visited the Hemis monastery to interview the head lama, who stated yet again that Notovitch had lifee been there and that no such documents existed.

However, there is no trace micolas the original document, some say it was liife as part of the Chinese raids on Tibet, so who knows Archived from the original on February 15, Then in his late 20’s he went back to Israel to finish his mission.

It may not have happened exactly as in Notovitch claimed, and there may not be an ‘Issa Sutra’ gathering dust in some remote Tibetan lamasery. The unknown life of jesus christ by nicolas notovitch manuscript preserved at Hemis was in Tibetan.

This is an interesting account copied from a document found with the Tibetan Buddhists in the s. Oct 29, Annette Schrab Clark rated it it was amazing. Retrieved September 8, The ‘channeled’ Aquarian Gospel of Jesus repeats Notovitchs’ narrative with much embellishment. Off Forgeries, Lies, and Deceptions”. All I can say is do your own research and come to your own conclusions.

Feb 13, Rama rated it it was amazing Shelves: Published 1 month the unknown life of jesus christ by nicolas notovitch. Read reviews that mention india christ issa notovitch lost god account buddhist teachings tibet journey age gospels nicolas later israel monastery pilate tibetan buddhists. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Read more Read less. Published October 1st by Kessinger Publishing first published Then it goes into the alleged document jicolas. Too many to go into in depth, I’ll point out the most glaring.

Jan 10, Richard rated it it was amazing. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. I find it helpful to have a diverse viewpoint. How Reliable is the Gospel Tradition? The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ 3. But I liked it anyways.

Nicolas Notovitch

Learn more about Amazon Prime. I like how he presents the argument that it was the Romans, not the Jewish priesthood, that were responsible for the condemnation of Jesus.

The fifth edition of the book in English was published inwhich also contains as an Appendix, an English translation of Notovich’s Life of Saint Issa translated from French.

A love story with a secret at its heart. In the late nineteenth century a Russian, Nicolas Notovitch, published a travelogue of a trip through India, into Kashmir, eventually reaching Ladakh in Tibet.

Nicolas Notovitch – Wikipedia

The Indian gospel of Jesus Christ summarized by Notovitch Long before Jesus was born, India had become a familiar place in the Middle East because of the trade, and also missionary work of Buddhists beyond the Indian subcontinent.

Notovitch claimed that the chief lama at Hemis told him of the existence of the work, which was read to him, through an interpreter, the somewhat detached verses of the Tibetan version of the “Life of Issa,” which was said to have been translated from the Pali.

But I believe that Jesus was in India somehow.

I don’t doubt this version of what Jesus did in terms of his spiritual training during the unaccounted years.