Sunday, November 22, 2015

Tombs of Biblical Figures Actually Exist

I had always heard about the alleged tomb of Jesus Christ being in Kashmir at a place called Roza Bal, but I was surprised to find a whole Wikipedia page listing the tombs of many biblical figures.
We’ve also heard about the tomb of Jonah being destroyed, recently.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/25/isis-jonah-tomb_n_5620520.html

What I find interesting is the Roza Bal tomb the most.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roza_Bal
This tomb is said to be the tomb of Jesus Christ who escaped to Kashmir after the crucifixion and married and lived out his life into his 80s.  The tomb is said to have a mold of his feet that includes damage to his feet from the crucifixion.
There have been several researchers who have gone to Kashmir to determine if the legends of St. Isa (as he was called by Indian people who made pilgrimages to the tomb) were true.  Recently, they have included Suzanne Olsson.  Previous to this the following writers went to Kashmir to research the issue:  Nicolas Notovitch  and Nicholas Roerich.
If that tomb is the tomb of Jesus Christ, DNA analysis can be done.  However, there has been a lot of interference to stop this story from going anywhere and to prevent Suzanne Olsson from obtaining DNA samples from the tomb.
http://www.tombofjesus.com/index.php/en/component/content/article/50-key-people/researchers/83-suzanne-olsson
http://www.jesus-kashmir-tomb.com/

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Roza Bal shrine – The sign reads “Ziarati Hazrati Youza Asouph and Syed Nasir-u-Din.”[clarification


Per my own research, I believe Jesus Christ was part of the Pharaonic bloodline due to the “sacred heart” and “two finger blessing” symbolism associated with him.  I have looked at several possibilities for his identity and they include, a Jewish bloodline that was part pharaonic after Joseph was sold into slavery and went to Egypt and eventually he and his children were given Egyptian wives and this bloodline relocated back into current day Israel, a possible descendant of Caesarian, or possibly Caesarian himself who escaped to India and relocated in ancient Israel (note there is no evidence or proof the last pharaoh was killed as Octavian had claimed).  If the tomb in Kashmir can be examined properly and without sabotage or interference, so many questions can be answered.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribe_of_Reuben

Please note the location of the tribe of Ephraim (part Egyptian) or Tribe of Benjamin to that of Judah.  It is possible that the bloodline of Jesus Christ came from one of these two tribes and thus Jesus Christ would be connected to Egypt’s royalty, genetically.  It is said that the Tribe of Benjamin combined with the Tribe of Judah.
Per Wikipedia:
After the dissolution of the united Kingdom of Israel in c. 930 BCE, the Tribe of Benjamin joined the Tribe of Judah as a junior partner in the Kingdom of Judah, or Southern Kingdom. The Davidic dynasty, which had roots in Judah, continued to reign in Judah. As part of the kingdom of Judah, Benjamin survived the destruction of Israel by the Assyrians, but instead was subjected to the Babylonian captivity; when the captivity ended, the distinction between Benjamin and Judah was lost in favour of a common identity as Israel, though in the biblical book of Esther, Mordecai is referred to as being of the tribe of Benjamin,[14] and as late as the time of Jesus of Nazareth some still identified their Benjamite ancestry.
On 2298 AM (1706 BC), Benjamin, his wife, and his ten sons entered Egypt to live. He was 32 years old.
In Jacob‘s deathbed blessing, he said of Benjamin:
Benjamin is a ravenous wolf; in the morning he devours his prey, in the evening he divides the plunder. Genesis 49:27)

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Map reconstructing how the Bible represents the united Kingdom of Israel

In any event, the story of the Bible is the story of one tribe of people.  It is not my history and it is not the majority of the people on the planet’s history.  It is also a history of the Semite for a limited time period and does not include their origins from the Argive Dynasty and Zeus.

Links:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolas_Notovitch
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Roerich
http://www.reviewofreligions.org/2727/rozabal-%E2%80%93-the-tomb-of-jesus-christas/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesarion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribe_of_Benjamin