Causes BBC documentary: Jesus was a Buddhist monk and was not crucified (vid)


The documentary claims that Jesus was not crucified and that he spent decades traveling the world, until at some point he reached the Roza Bal Temple in Srinagar, Kashmir, where he remained until His death.

Clicking on the missing information about the life of Jesus from the age of 13 to 29, the research presented in the documentary states that the reason why there is no biblical record of the place where Jesus lived was because at that time had begun to be influenced by Buddhism.

The BBC documentary claims that Jesus Christ was not crucified and that he was a Buddhist monk. In particular, the documentary states that Jesus spent many years teaching in many distant cities, such as Jagannath, Rajagriha and Benares, and eventually fled to the Himalayas, where he continued his studies in Buddhism.

Many writers, including a German scholar named Holger Kersten, wrote about Jesus and his life, indicating that he had settled in the Sindh region, one of the provinces of Pakistan. The BBC documentary shows that Jesus escaped death in Afghanistan, along with several Jews.

Local stories shown in the documentary seem to confirm the theory that Jesus spent some years of his life in the Kashmir Valley and remained there until his death at the age of 80.

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