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Jesus a Yogi

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Submitted by Jon Kongloi (India), Apr 5, 2011 at 06:14

To escape from the severe torment of his mind, body & soul, Jesus travelled to Kashmir in search of Shanti (Supreme Peace). There he met one of the several YOGIS who finally cured him of his diseases. Thus Jesus finally embraced Hinduism & he was cremated in the Himalayas. Even most of the Christian Bible stories were long foretold by Hindu texts.

In India nowadays prostitutes & murderers are converting to Christianity for a last trial for atonement of their deeds. But they will have to be reborn.

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