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JESUS IN TIBET (& THE SPANISH CONNECTION?) CHINESE COMMUNIST GENOCIDE IN TIBET: RE-CRUXIFICTION

UP FRONT News March 30, 2013
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Published by Tom Weiss
Andrew Mazzone - Media Representative and Economics Advisor
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JESUS IN TIBET (AND THE SPANISH CONNECTION?) CHINESE COMMUNIST GENOCIDE IN TIBET: A RE-CRUXIFICTION!
Some years ago, while I was visting the photographer/shop owner and free Tibet activist Sonam Zoksang in his since displaced-by-rent-increase "Vision of Tibet" handicrafts shop in Greenwich Village ("Vision of Tibet" shops live in Philadelphia and Rosendale, N.Y.), while no one else was in the store, he sort of whispered to me, "You know, Jesus was in Tibet." Inasmuch as I had heard some rumors to that effect, probably in hippie circles, I asked for more details. Mr. Zoksang mentioned a Tibetan find of biblical writings in Aramaic and some contemporary literature in the subject,
Elizabeth Clare Prophet is a well known and prolific Christian scholar, who has written two books titled "The Lost Years of Jesus", with a long bibliography, chronicling the eastward travels of "Issa", said to be based on an Arabic translation of the name "Jesus."
Much of her work, focusing on what are believed to be Jesus's life between the ages of 12 and 30, is based on research by two 19th century Russians, Nicolas Notovich and Nicholas Roerich, who were apparently spiritually drawn to travel to Tibet where they met with the Tibetan Buddhist version of Jewish rabbis and Christian pastors/priests. Mr. Roerich was apparently blessed with a versatility of Leonardo da Vinci scope and some of his extraordinary body of work, including writings and paintings, can be experienced at the Nicholas Roerich Museum on West 107th Street in Manhattan. (Call ahead for open hours.)
Jesus's travels reportedly took him from what is now Israel/Palestine through lands now known as Iran, (definitely pre-Taliban) Afghanistan, Russia, India and into what is now occupied Tibet. (The Mormons are convinced that Jesus visited the U.S. I am not convnced of that.)
I believe, however that Jesus may have made another journey through parts of North Africa, and made the very short trip across the Strait of Gibraltar into what is now Spain. There are some who believe that the "St. James" buried in Santiago de Compostela, Spain was Jesus's brother. I have Spanish (Sephardic) ancestry and have visited Spain twice. There is no question that Spain has the unique historical tradition of being the center of three major faiths. A living example of this can be found in the city of Cordoba, the birthplace of the Jewish philosopher Maimonides and a gorgeous city where a huge Catholic church, the world-famous "La Mezquita" (Mosque) and an ancient synagogue exist within walking distance of each other - and also near at least one nightclub that, at least when I was there last some years ago, featured pure flamenco starting "'round about midnight."
At some point, Issa, who apparently spent some years in what is now Tibet, was called back to Israel to teach and preach and ultimately get into big political trouble. Reports suggest that some Tibetan scholars believe that Pontius Pilate's role in the lynching of Jesus was not as depicted in the New Testament where Pilate is quoted as suggesting that his prisoner is faultless but rather that the Roman politician was an aggressive prosecutor.
Well, it is very apparent to me that the philosophically atheistic Chinese Communists -
whose leaders, similar to the delusions of people like Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Lyndon LaRouche, among others, believe that they are "God" - in their illegal and genocidal occupation of the nation of Tibet, are perperating the equivalent of a mass repeat cruxifiction. At Jesus's very public trial, while reportedly there were plenty there (Romans and Jews) who called for His execution, any number of (perhaps mob-intimidated) observers remained silent.
As the Nazis were developing the machinery for war and the Holocaust, many frightened people remained silent. Among those who did not (and lost his freedom although he managed to survive) was Pastor Martin Niemoller. His words remain very relevant today.
"First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out--Because I was not a Socialist.
Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out--Because I was not a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out--Because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me."
Well, "they" are coming for the Tibetans - and thereby again for Jesus.
Barack Obama, for one, needs to speak out!
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