This Buddhist painting in an Ajunta cave shows a pale central figure over the others below.

Critical analysis of the "Kings of Kashmira" story shows this to be Ranáditya's wedding!

The pale figure is that of the god LORD SHIVA!

 Here LORD SHIVA is holding up a large umbrella, in the midst of about 10 UFO's! The umbrella is "Varuna's Umbrella".

"Varuna's Umbrella" is also mentioned in the Meghaváhana story.

Above picture, and all other pictures drawn and colored by Doctor Holt on this Web Site

are COPYRIGHT 2003 by Robert F. Holt.

Jesus Christ became King of Kashmir in 25 AD,

4 years before he was baptized by John the

Baptist, (29 AD) when John was baptizing in

"the wilderness" -- see Mark 1:4,5

Kings of Kashmira Page 33 - "Gopáditya. the king of Gándhara, in the hope of conquering Kashmira, had given shelter to the great grand son of Yudishthira. (This is a Jewish name meaning "of the Tribe of Judah") This exiled prince had a son named Meghaváhana (Meaning: let all LIFE, or "living" praise Him, or "Praise the Lord"), whom his father sent to the country of East Yotisha (Taxila, Pakistan?) to be present at the Sayamvara marriage of the daughter of its king who was a Vishnuvite: -?(Vishnu, a Hindu god)

Kings of Kasmira continues: "...and he (Meghaváhana) had the good fortune of being selected as the husband of the princess." HERE A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH IN UNDERSTANDING IS POSSIBLE BY JUST USING GOOD SENSE!Did Jesus (Prince Meghávahana) WANT to marry this princess? Nowhere does it say so! Did he COURT this princess? Nowhere does it say so! What it does say is that his father SENT him to BE PRESENT at the wedding, and while there he was SELECTED to be the bridegroom!

Kings of Kashmira continues: "He was presented with an umbrella, which was got from Varuna by king Naraka and which cast its shade on none but a paramount king. This connection gave him some importance in the eyes of the people who believed that one day he would rise to power. And after his return with his wife to his father, the ministers of Kashmira invited him to accept the sceptre of their country, he being the descendant of their ancient king." Decoderdoc's ASSESSMENT! We have here a Solomon-type POLITICAL marriage. Cementing East Yotisha, Gándhara, and Kashmir -- with Jesus and his new wife as the "Cement"!

The "Thomasite Literature" gives us many clues that my above

assessment is correct. In the stories by the Apostle Thomas

(Didymus Thomas of the Gospels), who indeed by tradition

went to India, there is a wedding. Thomas, not Jesus, attends,

but not as the bridegroom. There is something mystical

(or perhaps humorous) about Thomas' fascination with the

topic of "the Bridal Chamber".

MY FINAL ASSESSMENT: Jesus was tricked or persuaded to marry a plain-looking older daughter of a Taxila king for political reasons. Her picture is a part of the Taxila picture thought by most to be that of Thomas. Although much smaller in size in the sculpture, this is because she follows far behind. This is, as anyone can see, a plain-looking, older woman. No doubt barren, and perhaps post-menopausal!

THOMAS and JESUS: Their private jokes! "Gospel Pesher" shows Thomas to be a Herod named "Philip" who had a small but real kingdom in what is now Jordan. "Philip" faked death (as did Jesus), and afterward went to India as "Thomas". These two, Jesus and Thomas, were very close friends, and kept each other's secrets. But joked about them. The "Bridal Chamber" joke was on Jesus (by Thomas)!

MORE IMPORTANT: Although the above situation was humorous to Thomas, and perhaps to some of us, (but not to Sue Olsson), Jesus main claim to fame and the throne of Kashmir (and heaven), was that with Lord Shiva. As a descendent of Yudisthira (and King David) he had the promise of protection and kingship from the ELOHIM. The local representative of the ELOHIM in Kashmir was Lord Shiva. This "Father -Son" relationship is here symbolically portrayed as "Varuna's Umbrella".

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