The personality of Jesus seen through a new lens -To Egypt I sent my son JESUS – The subconscious testament
Posted on March 24th, 2015

By  Mario Perera – Laetitia Buczaczer

Published by S. Godage and Brothers (Pvt) Ltd, Maradana

Many are the works of fiction, some by world famous writers such as D.H.Lawrence, on the subject of Jesus. Yet this book is one with a difference. It seeks to unravel the enigma that was Jesus of Nazareth by a probe into his subconscious mind, the latent ever simmering mirror of the innermost self from which the external visible entity derives its form and existence on the passing scene of time.

While being essentially imaginative, the book incorporates a vast process of thought which includes philosophy, theology, biblical knowledge, insights from world religions, as well as ancient and recent history, in its narrative. Its motive is not to reinforce the belief of a particular religions denomination but to present a unique world religious figure in a manner that transcends religious, racial, cultural and historical horizons.

The Jesus of this book is not the historical person the Catholic and the Christian Churches propose to believers, but one who grapples with his identity and mission from within a fertile mind field related more to mythology than to history. Such a phenomenon is not limited by space and time. What transpires within it is uninterrupted and ongoing. For not a moment is the subconscious mind inactive. It is permanently plugged to the memory and imagination, and its domain is the realm of dreams. This subconscious mind of Jesus, the book proposes, is one that derives its vitality from three different sources: Jewish, Egyptian and Indian. From within these fields, as remembrances of an ancient past and  visions of a distant future, the hidden testament of Jesus emerges and evolves, unhindered by physical and mental barriers.

However the predominant quintessential element that permeates the subconscious mind of Jesus, giving meaning to his existence and mission, is the sacred feminine. Without it, points out the book, Jesus is a void and empty apparition, a form without a soul. This work therefore unambiguously asserts that woman is the primordial being of the manifest world, the surrogate form of the Earth, the primeval life giving force that pervades both womb and tomb, out of which everything, including the personification of the divine issues, and into which everything returns to reemerge anew. The divine feminine thereby emerges as the indispensable key in determining the real identity, mission and destiny of the man Jesus of Nazareth.

This is a truly unique work. It challenges the reader to surmount indoctrination and fear in the search for the truth, a truth which essentially, unequivocally and unquestionably is individual and personal.

Dr. Juanita REETZ Ph.D. University of Rochester, New York. U.S.A

University of Heidelberg, Germany

15 Responses to “The personality of Jesus seen through a new lens -To Egypt I sent my son JESUS – The subconscious testament”

  1. Independent Says:

    Thank you Mario letting us know.
    Curious what is in here.

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    Interesting.

    “The Jesus of this book is not the historical person the Catholic and the Christian Churches propose to believers, but one who grapples with his identity and mission from within a fertile mind field related more to mythology than to history.”

    Mine or mind?

    Difficult for me to say without reading the book.

  3. Fran Diaz Says:

    Dear Mario,

    First, let me thank you for bringing up the Mystery that surrouds the Teachings of Jesus Christ. I am a product of a Buddhist family, and you must pardon me if I make any statements that may not be accurate.

    Having read up a little on the subject of the few Great Masters, I am compelled to understand that the Masters merged with the Infinite God, the Omnipresent God, the Omnniscient God, by going within, through Meditation. This “sliver” of Godhead within us all is another dimension. It cannot be created or destroyed. It is the Almighty. It is our Life Force. It is Truth. To my understanding, because this other dimensional Godhead is so well hidden, it remains a Mystery.

    All people PRAY but few MEDITATE. It is said that to Pray is to ‘Talk to God’ and to Meditate is to have ‘God speak to you’.

    To keep it super simple : “The Kingdom of Heaven is WITHIN YOU” (Mathew 6:10). Buddhist & Hindu Teachings concur. Islam means Peace.

    —————-

    Question: did Jesus Christ die on the Cross, or was he taken by some of his devotees to India where he recovered and remained a great Teacher, was loved, and was known as St Issa ? There is a tomb somewhere in North India which is supposed to be the tombe of St Issa (Christ) with the tomb stone carving showing the marks of the nails that were driven into His body. L’wweb ran a few articles on this topic. There is a YouTube video showing the tomb.

  4. Fran Diaz Says:

    To get back to the contents of the book that Mario mentions: though I have not read the book, I have the following comments :

    Jesus Christ must have tried to tell his followers of his “Experience of God within” by joining up his Experience of the Immortal with the material world, by talking about what he aleady knew as the history of that area, and what he thought his followers could relate to. Masters usually simplified the Teachings so that all the followers could understand the unchangeable truths, the Laws of God, and the nature of things. They usually told stories (parabels) that the followers could easily understand, tell others and their children, and never forget. That is the usual path taken by all Masters.

  5. mario_perera Says:

    Dear Fran,

    Thank you for your gentle comment. I am totally in agreement with all that you have mentioned. In dealing with the teachings of the Great Masters, some issues have to be confronted as they are unavoidable. These issues are:
    Is reality the same as Truth?
    Is myth subordinate to history?

    As you have clearly indicated, what we call the Godhead is a mystery and inaccessible to the human mind. Generally what people call God is a MAN-MADE entity. Such a God is conceived as an IDEA and expressed by WORDS. Now both these are ‘man-made’. Now how can man made ideas and words conceive an describe God who is believed to have MADE MAN?

    I thank you for your contribution, Fran.

    Kindest regards
    Mario

  6. Nimal Says:

    I would be sceptical about any religious writing and books written in their, name can’t be that accurate. They didn’t have the likes of BBC,CNN and even Rupwahini following them to record everything they have supposed to have said. One can’t remember one ate on the 24th of March 2014,never mind 2000 years ago. We shouldn’t lose sleep over religion or history as it can lead to unnecessary conflict and destruction. Truly we can do without them though it can be good business for some shameless people.
    I was properly beaten up in all the schools I studied in our Anmmage daramadeepaya.
    Some joker from NZ came to teach us about the bible, to us students and he said that the scriptures were the accurate word of god and christ etc.Then this geezer asked us to question the bible and ask him any question.
    I asked this missionary, in front of all the students and principle if it true that Adam and Eve was the first people on this planet and they only had two sons. He then congratulated me for knowing the bible well but I said that I have not finished my question where I asked him about my concern that how human beings continued to multiply.Did their two sons marry their mother? There was aloud laughter from the kids but groans from teachers, where after the event I was taken to a room and was properly beaten by the principle and a priest, Having lived with the suddas all my life from young lived to question stupidity, which ever quarter it came from.Even in the film Rakawa I refused wear a sarong and one could see me in shorts running all-over at the background. No School ever kept me for more than 2 years as honesty and truth did not mix in our country.

  7. Independent Says:

    Nimal,
    I believe this book of Mario is not a “religious” book, but a philosophical or “thinking ” type one. So it suits you. You should read it.

  8. Ibnu Ahmad Says:

    http://www.lankaweb.com/news/items/2013/07/24/govt-of-india-documentary-on-jesus-in-kashmir/

    Govt. of India Documentary on Jesus in Kashmir!
    Posted on July 24th, 2013
    By A. Abdul Aziz.
    Holy Qur’an says:-
     ”And We (Allah) made the son of Mary and his mother a Sign, and gave them refuge on an elevated land of green valleys and springs of running water.” (Al Quran 23:51)
    If I say Jesus, peace be on him, died of natural causes, it would appear strange to many ears, even though when the same is said about billions of other humans, it seems but obvious, and is taken for granted.
    Sir Francis Bacon, who has remained extremely influential through his works, especially as philosophical advocate and practitioner of the scientific method during the scientific revolution, once advised, “Read not to contradict … but to weigh and consider.” I would invite everyone of Christian background to view the following video and read the materials provided with this premise, please.
    Human memory leads to the illusion-of-truth effect, meaning that we are more likely to rate those statements true that we are familiar with, regardless of their veracity. As such familiarity impairs judgment and prevents people from noticing let alone accepting the obvious limitations in their views.
    Familiar seems true and unfamiliar, however logical and rational, seems fictional.
    With this prelude we invite you, to a 53 minute documentary, produced by the government of India showing how Jesus came to India to teach Dharma or religion.  This video has been the most popular among the seekers after truth.
    The link of the Documentary:-
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9w-xJfSOyc

  9. Fran Diaz Says:

    Dear Mario,

    Please permit me to bind in different religions.

    For many thousands of years mankind has searched for meaning and purpose in life. Because of brief life, illness, death, with only brief periods of security and happiness, mankind searched far and wide, inside and outside for answers. This is the most natural thing for mankind to do.

    The Masters tried to answer these questions and fill the void. According to the the most ancient of Scriptures such as the Upanishads, this Godhead can only be Experienced. The Masters point the Way. In the end, each human being has to Experience this Godhead for themselves – only then they KNOW as opposed to believing only.

    Please see website wopg.org for clarity. The talks may answer all your questions.

  10. mario_perera Says:

    Dear Fran,

    Certain matters you bring up are quite to the point. I repeat them below.

    In the end, each human being has to Experience this Godhead for themselves – only then they KNOW as opposed to believing only.
    However this ‘experience’ is different from individual to individual by which I mean that the measure of the ‘experience’ is not one and the same. Whatever be the dimension of the container when it is filled up it is full. Yet the measure of the fullness is different from the one to the other, be it a thimble or the ocean.

    However as regards the websites you mention, the talks too may provide clarity yet they do not ‘exhaust’ the content of the ‘originals from which they draw their inspiration. Talks only present ‘points of view’. Such views are coloured by the education, experience etc… of the personalities concerned.

    As for my questions, the answers have to be mine because they do not impinge on my mind the way they do on other minds. Also the angle of approach to such questions are not ‘unitary’ which means that no one can ‘clarify’ them once and for all and for all. I think you would recall the Latin axiom: Individuum ineffabile which means that ‘no mind can be measured by another’. This is moreover the beauty of a personal writing, precisely that it is ‘personal’ and not a repetition.

    As fror Nimal’s comment: I would be sceptical about any religious writing and books written in their, name can’t be that accurate. They didn’t have the likes of BBC,CNN and even Rupwahini following them to record everything they have supposed to have said.

    May I point out that books are not written with view to obtaining the approval, approbation or confirmation of any person or institution. As the saying goes: out of the fullness of the heart the mouth speaks (or the pen writes). No institution or person is the ‘watchdog’ over the creative mind of another.

    As for me, I would consider it unethical to comment or apply standards as regards a book that I have not read.

    Thank you

    Mario

  11. douglas Says:

    The JESUS I perceive was a man who embarked on a remarkable journey to find the “TRUTH”. I also perceive that “TRUTH” is “SIMPLE” and “VERY SIMPLE”. TRUTH has no complexity; but who made it “complex”? No other than the “Knowledgeable” person. To him, not only the truth, but as a matter of fact, every subject is complex and will argue to make anything so complex to understand and that attempt would make him the “Great Man”.

    I came to the above understanding after reading JESUS. He said: “Unless you are like small children you will not enter my kingdom of GOD”. The TRUTH therefore is nothing but “is”. That “is” will create great wonder in your heart because of its simplicity. That is why he had all simple people as his close associates. So to them of that era and to those of today who seek TRUTH is “what it is”- isn’t it simple?

  12. Fran Diaz Says:

    Dear Mario,

    Yes, you are indeed correct. The answers to your questions are within you too.

    best wishes,
    Fran

  13. Nimal Says:

    Some believe that Christ travelled to east using the caravan routes and gained much experience and knowledge. Very little known about his live from the age 12 and 20s. I think Buddha to travelled a lot in the East,pehaps to Afghanistan and even Russia and Iran to gain knowledge.

  14. Nesta Says:

    Jesus’ post-crucifixion journey to Kashmir
    While in Palestine Jesus had given sufficient indications, though in parables as was his habit, that in the future he would have to leave Palestine for another country.
    As he was moving away from Palestine, the question arose, as to where Jesus should go. This has already been answered by Jesus himself; “I have been sent only to those lost sheep, the people of Israel” (Mathew: 15;24.)
    “I have other sheep, that are not of this fold, I must bring them also, and they will heed my voice. So there shall be one flock and one shepherd.”(John: 10;16.)
    Obviously Jesus would now go in search of the lost tribes of Israel. In order to evade arrest he had to move away from the danger. Both the Jews and the Roman authorities were his enemies. He thus followed the same ancient route which was taken by the Jews during their historic dispersion.
    Lost Tribes of Israel
    If we glance at the history of the Jews, we find that they were divided into twelve tribes. They were: 1. Asher, 2. Benjamin, 3. Dan, 4. Ephraim, 5. Gad, 6. Issachar, 7. Judah, 8. Manasseh, 9. Naphatali, 10. Reuben, 11. Simeon, 12. Zebulun. All of them lived peacefully under Hazrat Dawood (David) and after his death under Hazrat Sulaiman (Solomon) who were both prophets of god as well as their kings. According to the Bible, their kingdom included all the nations from the river Euphrates to as far west as the city of Gaza in Philistia and the Egyptian border. After the death of King Solomon in 931 B.C, his son Rehoboam succeeded him as king. He was very cruel, so the people rebelled against him and his kingdom was reduced to the territory of Judah. Jerusalem was the capital of this southern kingdom. Only two tribes, Judah and Benjamin remained loyal to Rehoboam. The remaining ten tribes formed the northern kingdom of Israel, with its capital at Samaria and made Jeroboam as their king. There was continual warfare between the two kingdoms.

    Jeroboam, according to the Bible, was an official in Solomon’s kingdom. He revolted against King Solomon and in order to avoid his wrath escaped to Egypt and stayed there until Solomon’s death. About two hundred years later, Assyrians under King Tiglath Pilser III (745-727 B.C) attacked the northern kingdom of Israel and captured many cities and took their people to Assyria as prisoners.

    A few years later emperor Shalmaneser V of Assyria attacked the kingdom of Israel. King Hoshea of Israel surrendered and agreed to pay him tribute every year. But one year, king Hoshea sent messengers to the king of Egypt asking for his help and stopped paying the annual tribute to Assyria. When Shalmaneser learnt this, he reacted very strongly, invaded Israel and besieged Samaria, which lasted for three years. During this time emperor Shalmaneser died. His successor Sargan II continued the attack and in 722 B.C. destroyed the kingdom completely and carried almost all the remainder of the ten tribes to Assyria, Mesopotamia and parts of Media. Henceforth, these ten tribes were known as the Lost Tribes. Further dispersion of the ten tribes took place when the Babylonians destroyed the Assyrians.

    Later, the Persians under King Cyrus crushed the Babylonian Empire in 539 BC. The Israelites thus suffered again and were scattered throughout the Persian Empire which at that time extended upto Afghanistan and India. It was these lost tribes of Israel that Jesus went in search of.
    Jesus travels to the East.
    It appears that Jesus left Galilee and followed the caravan route to Syria, where there was a large Jewish community settled in and around Damascus. There are indications that from Damascus Jesus traveled to Nisibain, a city about 450 miles from Jerusalem, which is on the route from Syria to Persia. A well-known Persian historical work known as Rauzat-us-Safa describes an account of the travels of Jesus to Nisibain.

    It says, “Jesus, on whom be peace, was named the Messiah as he was a great traveler. With a woollen scarf on his head and woolen cloak on his body, and a stick in his hand, he wandered on foot from country to country and from city to city. He ate wild fruit and vegetation and at night stayed where he happened to be. In one of his travel, his companions bought a horse for him. He rode the horse one day but as he could not make any provision for the feeding of the horse, he returned it.

    When he arrived in Nisibain, which was at a distance of several hundred miles from his home, he sent some of his disciples into the city to preach. There were current wrong and unfounded rumours in the city about Jesus and his mother. The Governor therefore arrested the disciples and summoned Jesus. Jesus preached to the people, healed some sick persons by his prayers and also showed some other miracles to them; as a result the King of Nisibain with all his armies and his people became his followers. (Rauzat-us-Safa was written in 835 A.H. (1417 A.D.) by Sir Muhammad bin Khawand and reprinted in Bombay in 1271 A.H. (1852 A.D.) pages 130 – 135)
    Jesus in Persia
    It seems that by going to Nisibain, Jesus intended to travel towards the east through Persia to Afghanistan.

    During the course of his journey, Jesus seems to have passed through Herat, a town near the border of Afghanistan with Iran. This is evident from a brief account of a community called Dervishes who claim to be the followers of Jesus and are found even today, in and around Herat. In a book called ‘Among the Dervishes’, it is stated:
    “The followers of Isa, son of Maryam – Jesus, son of Mary, generally call themselves Moslems and inhabit a number of villages scattered throughout the western area of Afghanistan whose centre is Herat…………..They believe in the doctrine that Jesus was the ‘son of God’ because he had attained that rank through his goodness and sacrifice. According to these people, Jesus escaped from the cross, was hidden by friends, was helped to flee to India…….. and settled in Kashmir where he is revered as an ancient teacher, Yuz Asaf. It is from this period of the supposed life of Jesus that these people claim to have got their message.” (‘Among the Dervishes’ by O.M. Burke published by Octagon Press Ltd, London, pages 107 – 109)

    It appears that after leaving Nisibain, Jesus assumed the name of Yuz Asaf as he was sometimes known by this name in the countries he subsequently visited. Yuz is derived from Yusu meaning Jesus and Asaf means the gatherer or collector. Thus Yuz Asaf means Jesus, the gatherer of the lost sheep of Israel.
    Jesus in Afghanistan
    From here Jesus seems to have entered Afghanistan and then through Punjab to Kashmir where the lost tribes of Israel were believed to have settled. There are also indications that Jesus might have visited Tibet.

    When we study the customs and habits of the inhabitants of those countries, especially Afghanistan and Kashmir we are surprised to find that the Afghans and the Kashmiris resemble the Israelites greatly and are very dissimilar to the people of the Indian sub-continent in their habits, and complexion. The Afghans, themselves claim that they are the descendants of Israelites and their features certainly support their claim and so do several of the names of their tribes. For example, MUSA KHEL means the tribe of Moses; DAUD KHEL, the tribe of David; YUSUF ZAI the tribe of Joseph and SULEMAN ZAI, the tribe of Solomon. Similarly the names of several of their places appear to have Jewish origin.

    There is therefore every possibility that some of the lost tribes of Israel had settled in different parts of Afghanistan for a long time before the event of crucifixion and that Jesus visited them and preached to them and was accepted by them.
    Jesus in India
    From Afghanistan Jesus might have travelled through the Punjab in India and finally settled in Kashmir. In Kashmir, most of the Israelites had adopted Buddhism. Some even had become idol worshippers. Slowly and gradually Jesus brought them back to the true faith and they accepted him as a Prophet of God.

    As time passed Jesus had a great following even in Kashmir. He was held in great honour. Thus he was accepted in all the lands where the lost tribes of Israel had settled.
    Jesus Meets a Hindu King

    In a very old Sanskrit book called Bhavishya Maha Puranas, a meeting between King Shalewahin and Jesus is described. It is reported that once King Shalewahin went to a peak of the Himalayas. There, in the middle of the Hun country the mighty king saw a dignified person of fair complexion wearing white clothes, sitting in the mountain. Shalewahin asked him who he was?

    He replied with a smile, ‘I am the Messiah, born of a virgin,’
    He also told the king that he had come from a far off land where he suffered at the hands of his people. When the king asked him to explain his religion, Jesus replied. ‘It is love, truth and purity of heart’. King Shalewahin was deeply impressed by his holiness, so he left after paying homage to him. (Bhavishya Maha Puranas written in 3191 Laukika era (115 A.D.)
    Jesus Died in Kashmir
    Jesus, may peace be upon him, is believed to have died at the age of 120 and was buried in Kashmir. Guided by divine revelation and subsequent research, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Islam, located his tomb in the Khanyar sector of the city of Sri Nagar, where it has now become wel-known and continues to attract many visitors from all parts of the world. The tomb is known as the Tomb of Yuz Asaf. The grave, according to Jewish custom, is east-west in direction, while it is a well-known fact that Muslims, in that part of the world, bury their dead in the North-South direction. The Hindus and the Buddhists, on the other hand, cremate their dead.

    This discovery is a further evidence to the fact that Jesus did not die on the cross and that he had travelled to India to accomplish the divine mission, for which he was sent into this world. May his soul rest in peace.

    The Qur’an mentions the place of his final refuge in the following words:
    “And we made the son of Mary and his mother a Sign, and gave them shelter on a pleasant plateau with springs of running water”.(23:5)

    This is an accurate description of the beautiful valley of Kashmir, where Jesus and his mother finally settled and lived in peace and tranquility after his escape from Palestine. Kashmir is famous throughout the world for its natural beauty. It is called the ‘valley of eternal bliss’ and sometimes ‘heaven on earth’. Thus this ‘heaven on earth’ became the place of eternal rest for Jesus and his mother.

    It is also believed that Mary died and was buried at a place called Mari or Murree, named in her honour. Her grave which is known as ‘The resting place of mother Mary’ can be visited even today. Murree is situated in Northern Pakistan not far from Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, and is part of the mountainous range which extends to Kashmir.
    The Qur’an tells us in clear terms that Jesus had died. It says: “The Messiah, son of Mary, was only a Messenger. All Messengers have indeed passed away before him. And his mother was a truthful woman. They both used to eat food.” (5:76)

    At another place it says: “Muhammad is only a Messenger. All Messengers have indeed passed away before him.” (Qur’an: 3;145)

  15. Nimal Says:

    Still I would take any religion with a pinch of sault because I see many good people who haven’t had no religion. They have all the virtues like compassion, tolerance and respect for life. Honest and decent as well, but they might take a drink. I had all my promotions from the sudda types in the pub as they seems to relax and put their guard down and decide without any bias.

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