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Saint Issa: Jesus as a Young Man

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Ancient scrolls revealed that Jesus spent more than a decade in India and Tibet until he was 29, where he was known as Issa and was both a student and teacher of Buddhist and Hindu scholars. The story of Issa was revealed in 1894 by Nicolas Notovitch and subsequently by others, but his story was repudiated and supposedly 'debunked' by still others who claimed it was a hoax. However, the story has been proven, and even though today there are some fundamentalist Christians still in denial about it, there are as many sites online that support the story as there are that deny it. This article supports it and provides other supportive links.
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