|On this page we will look at the "BLIND GUIDES" saying, that is recorded in most of the Gospels, not just in Matthew. .......Suggesting that other Gospel writers besides Matthew Annas may have known at least something about Jesus "double life". ......As a King of Kashmir besides being a Royal Messiah of the Essenes!|
|The conventional explanation, accepted by all Orthodox Christian Churches, is that Jesus is referring to the Jewish leaders of his day as "Blind Guides", and that he could not possibly mean Christian leaders, such as Popes, bishops, priests, and ministers of today!|
|However, once we interject a history of Jesus in Kashmir, claiming to have not been sent to the Jews listening to him in Matthew 15:22, but to the "lost sheep of Israel" [living in Kashmir], then the "they" referring to the "Blimd Guides" may not be the Jewish leaders at all! ...Perhaps he has no quarrel at all with the Jewish teachers, but is referring to something else in Kashmir, or his own family history!|
Indeed, we find one of the "Blind Guides" sayings very close to Matthew's passage describing Jesus' two pilgrimages to India, Pakistan, and Kashmir, and his marriage to Amritaprabha, daughter of King Gundafor [in Code].
Matthew 15:14 "Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. ...And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall in the ditch."
In Matthew 15:15-20, when Peter asked for an explanation, he got not an explanation of the "Blind Guides" saying, but of the "what people eat" saying of verses 10-13. This, too, correlates well with the history of Jesus in Kashmir, where he had already made Vegetarianism a national requirement, with nobody in Kashmir allowed to kill or eat animals of any type, "clean" or "unclean"!
So we search "KINGS OF KASHMIRA" by Kahlana Pandita and find out the following history about Jesus' great great grandfather Yudisthira, who was possibly the very first Jewish King of Kashmir, having migrated there with the wandering ten tribes evicted from Israel by the Assyrians.
Incredibly, his nickname was "Yudisthira the Blind!"
....."His son named Yudisthira then ascended the throne; he was called the blind on account of the smallness of his eyes." [NOTE by R. Holt: the poblem was not the smallness of Yudisthira's eyes, but the blindness of so-called researchers! Yudishthira means "Jewish" or "Of the Tribe of Judah!]
"He began his reign over his ancestral kingdom with great care, and maintained the ancient laws of the country [this is a coded reference to the "Ten Commandments" and the "Torah"]. But after a short time. he became exceedingly vain of his royal affluence, took into his favor ignorant and unworthy persons, and became indifferent to the wise servants of this state."
[Here is where Yudishthira's ethical and political "blindness" showed itself, and it did not stop until he lost the kingdom during an uprising of his nobles and ministers].
Book II of "KINGS OF KASHMIRA" begins with the fate of the "Blind King" who had healthy eyes.
..."Yudishthira in his old age relinquished all hopes of regaining his kingdom, and much humbled, abandoned all enjoyments. ...But others maintain that he was confined by his ministers in Fort Agalika as he was attempting to get back his kingdom." [Page 26]
The biological connection between Yudisthira and Joseph and Jesus is pretty well obscured, as is Yudisthira's Jewish nationality, but it is there if you perservere and search for it, the required passage being on page 33 of "KINGS OF KASHMIRA".
"Godpaditya, the king of Gandhara, in the hope of conquering Kashmira, had given shelter to the great grandson of Yudisthira. [Sandhimati]. This exiled prince had a son named Meghavahana ---"
It is on this website that so far as I know, the first widespread public announcement of the identity of King Meghavahana as Jesus Christ of the Christian Gospels was made on August 20, 2003, although other public explanations were made before that, including most noteably a Power Point lecture with the evidence at the Fletcher Unity Center on June 15, 2003.
Those interested in more about the "Lost
Tribes" of Israel Jesus found in Kashmir -