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Re: Theos-World Jesus in Tibet?

Oct 10, 2000 04:17 PM
by Dennis Kier

There are some interesting writings that concern some of the things
raised here, in the article, THE ESOTERIC CHARACTER OF THE GOSPELS,
written by H.P.Blavatsky (If references to her writings are permitted
in this forum). The article appeared in Lucifer, Vol. I, No. 3,
November, 1887, pp. 173-180. If you don't have access to that, it is
reprinted in H.P. BLAVATSKY COLLECTED WRITINGS, Volume VIII, 1887,
Pub. The Theosophical Publishing House, Wheaton, Ill. pages 172 to
239. I think, but am not sure, but maybe ULT also has a Collected
Writings series.


----- Original Message -----
From: Arthur Gregory <>
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Sent: Monday, October 09, 2000 8:34 AM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Jesus in Tibet?

> I was able to confirm a few things I did not know before or did not
> appreciate as a result of investigating the Jesus in India or Tibet
> story:
> 1) There was a wide use of Aramaic script or derivative scripts from
> Sogdiana by use of the Manichaeans as well as in Gandhara through
> Kharoshti script. So we know there was Aramaean influence in
> and Central Asia before the expansion of Islam in those areas.
> 2) Pali was used in some Buddhist circles as far north as Kashmir.
> Most scholars assume Pali was not used at all in Kashmir and Tibet,
> this has been disproved by the discovery of a Pali document
> Maitreya prophecies found in Kashmir... also we now know that
> Theravadin and Mahayana Buddhism existed together in the great
> schools and universities of northern India.
> Trade routes between the middle east and India were well established
> the time of Christ.
> I believe that the Qumran community of the Essenes was either
> involved in the early origins of Christianity or there may have been
> similar Nazorean community separate but similar to the Essenes that
> the actual community of "Jesus" and or "John the Baptist". You can
> study the Mandaean scriptures to find support for this.
> - Arthur Gregory
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the sky. Similarly know that no Dharma is equal to Ahimsa in this
> - Bhakta-Parijna: 91
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