Jesus Christ – The Missing Years
When the Catholic Church was established by Constantine in 325 AD the New Testament was produced some years later by Jerome, the doctor of the church. The story he produced about Jesus Christ is almost the same as that for Krishna (Chrishna), the third person of the Vedic Trinity. He stated in his letters and diaries how he took works from around the empire and reworked them to include in his book. cansa
Constantine had manipulated his way to power over the bodies and retirements of five other emperors who had struggled to maintain order throughout the Roman Empire. It was huge and unwieldy and comprised of many nations and tongues so the one pattern did not fit all. But the new emperor had an idea.
It was not the first time religion was used to capture the minds of the recalcitrant. Alexander, the Macedonian, had used the same tactics some 650 years earlier. By giving the people a spiritual link it was anticipated that they would conform if encouraged to do so by their leaders.
At the time few people were literate and only the upper classes could read or take in knowledge about such things. Jerome was able to produce a story based on what had gone before to credit the prophet invented by Constantine. The early life of Krishna was ideal. Born of the virgin Maia, he was whisked off to Egypt to avoid death when King Cansa killed boys under 2 to stop a new king taking his throne. He returned to India at the age of 12 and his first miracle was turning water to wine.
There was no precedent, however, for what happened after that age. That is why the missing years of Jesus Christ are important. Jerome considered that only his last three years, that is those leading up to the crucifixion, were necessary. The compilation, therefore, has a gap of missing years because he did not make up a story for them.
The invented stories of Christians living prior to the Catholic Church have been greatly enhanced by Hollywood writers and movie producers who are least concerned with facts than with income. People easily fell into the trap of loving a baby whose mother was claimed to be a virgin and who supposedly died as a young man to save the world.
The facts are the world isn’t saved and the deceit and false gods promoted by his religion has brought nothing but wars; famine; overpopulation; pollution of the environment; drugs; and so forth. Constantine is identified in Revelation 13:12-18 as the second beast whose number is 666.
“And (he) deceived them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live (Jesus Christ). And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the beast should be killed.” Revelation 13:14,15.