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  Britain.tv Wikipedia - Yuz Asaf
Yuz Asaf (یوذسف) (or Yus Asaph, or Shahzada Nabi Hazrat Yura Asaf) is believed by Ahmadis to be the name adopted by Jesus after he survived the crucifixion and subsequently migrated to Kashmir.
Yuz Asaf is revered as a prophet by Ahmadis, who identify him with a Hindu and Buddhist holy man.
Yuz Asaf teachings are often compared with those of Jesus in form and sentiment and influenced later Buddhism.
www.britain.tv /wikipedia.php?title=Yuz_Asaf   (950 words)

  
 DESI - ARTICLE (Bhartiya Scriptures)
A brief note on Yuz Asaf is inscribed at the entrance of the mosque.
Is Abu Fazal not acknowledging the lore of Yuz Asaf.
He strongly advocates that beneath the tomb of Yuz Asaf at Roja Bal lies the remains of Jesus Christ himself.
www.studentorg.umd.edu /desi/article69.htm   (2738 words)

  
 Yuz_asaf info here at en.air-treatment.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Yuz Asaf (یوذسف) (or Yus Asaph, or Shahzada Nabi Hazrat Yura Asaf) is believed by Ahmadis to be the degree name adopted by Jesus after he survived the crucifixion finally migrated to Kashmir.
Yuz Asaf is revered as a prophet by Ahmadis, who illustrate him with a Hindu Buddhist holy man.
Yuz Asaf The Tomb The Tomb It has superannuated suggested that that scoop or part be merged into Roza Bal.
en.air-treatment.info /Yuz_Asaf   (1039 words)

  
 IslamiCity Forum: Yuz Asaf
Yuz Asaf (or Yus Asaph, or Shahzada Nabi Hazrat Yura Asaf) is believed, by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Movement and others, to be the name adopted by Jesus after he survived the crucifixion and subsequently migrated to Kashmir.
Yuz Asaf was revered as a prophet (by Ahmaddi Muslims) and a holy man (by Hindus and Buddhists).
In recent times another man was buried beside Yuz Asaf, who is revered by some as a Sufi saint, although others argue that he was the shrine's long-serving caretaker.
www.islamicity.com /forum/get_topic.asp?FID=10&TID=5195&DIR=N   (1125 words)

  
 Alienshift, MARS, Alternative 3, UFO, Alien, Pole Shift, Time Travel
Some written and oral tradition assert that after death Yuz Asaf was entombed in the old section of Srinagar, in Anzimar in the Khanjar (or Khaniyar) quarter.
There is a report, however, that Yuz Asaf was actually buried not at the noted tomb site in Srinagar's old town, but on a hillside not far away.
It may be speculated that one of those who accompanied Yuz Asaf alias Jesus on his travels was a disciple-writer who continued to document Jesus' experiences and ministry until his own death, after which the writings ceased or were taken over by another until Jesus' death.
www.alienshift.com /id26.html   (10320 words)

  
 Yuz Asaf   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Drawing on some Kashmiri oral traditions, as well as the Qur'an, Hadith, and accounts by explorers, he claims that Yuz Asaf (translated as "''Jesus the Gatherer''") travelled eastwards to Srinagar, and lived there until his death, aged 120.
This is claimed to be the tomb of a man who was both a prince and a prophet, dating to about 100.
Paul C. Pappas, Jesus' Tomb in India: The Debate on His Death and Resurrection, Asian Humanities Press, (September 1, 1991), Order: ISBN 0895819465 Skeptical discussion concluding that Yuz Asaf is not Jesus.
yuz-asaf.iqnaut.net   (637 words)

  
 The Tomb of Jesus
Yuz Asaf taught in parables in the same manner as the Bible records that Jesus taught.
Further, on one of the stones of the stairs he [Sulaiman] inscribed: ‘In these times Yuz Asaf proclaimed his prophethood,’ and on the other stone of the stairs he also inscribed that he [Yuz Asaf] was Yusu, Prophet of the Children of Israel.
He stated that Yuz Asaf came from the Holy Land, and that he proclaimed to be a prophet of the Children of Israel, or the Jews.
www.tombofjesus.com /core/majorplayers/the-tomb/the-tomb-p4.htm   (3974 words)

  
 Yuz Asaf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Gene Matloc, Jesus and Moses Are Buried in India, Birthplace of Abraham and the Hebrews (1991) ISBN 0595127711
Paul C. Pappas, Jesus' Tomb in India: The Debate on His Death and Resurrection, Asian Humanities Press, (September 1, 1991), ISBN 0895819465 Concludes that Yuz Asaf is not Jesus.
Hugh Schonfield, The Essene Odyssey, Element Books Ltd (1993), ISBN 0906540631 Argues that Yuz Asaf is an Essene teacher, not Jesus.
88.208.194.172 /wiki/index.php/Yuz_Asaf   (655 words)

  
 Yuz Asaf   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In about 30 AD a charismatic preacher with the name of Yuz Asaf arrived in Kashmir from Israel with his mother, Mary.
Yuz Asaf died when he was about 80 and is buried in Srinagar, Kashmir.
The question arises, was Yuz Asaf an imposter or did Jesus Christ survive the crucifixion and travel to Kashmir with his mother or wife?
members.optusnet.com.au /a_byrnes/page3.htm   (267 words)

  
 Yuz Asaf « ~Beloved Kashmir~ (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Yuz Asaf (or Yus Asaph, or Shahzada Nabi Hazrat Yura Asaf) is believed, to be the name adopted by Jesus after he survived the crucifixion and subsequently migrated to Kashmir.
Yuz Asaf was revered as a prophet (by Ahmadi Muslims) and a holy man (by Hindus and Buddhists).
The tomb of Yuz Asaf is Roza Bal shrine, located in the Khanyar district of Srinagar, Kashmir.
belovedkashmir.wordpress.com.cob-web.org:8888 /tag/yuz-asaf   (140 words)

  
 Jesus in India
The historian Mullah Nadini (1413) also recounts a story of Yuz Asaf who was a contemporary to King Gopadatta, and confirms that he also used the name Issar, ie.
At the entrance there is an inscription explaining that Yuz Asaf is buried along with another Moslem saint.
The footprints of Yuz Asaf have what appear to be scars represented on both feet, if one assumes that they are crucifixion scars, then their position is consistent with the scars shown in the Turin Shroud (left foot nailed over right).
www.spinninglobe.net /jesusinindia.htm   (2044 words)

  
 Jesus' Travels
It is stated during his journey Jesus travelled incognito under the name of Yuz Asaf, the word Yuz stands for Yusu (meaning Jesus) and Asaf in Hebrew means gatherer, namely, one who was to collect the lost sheep of Israel.
It is said that Yuz Asaf came to this country from the West and preached there and many believed him.
The sayings of Yuz Asaf as recorded in Iranian traditions are similar to those of Jesus.
www.subtleenergies.com /ormus/jesus/travels.htm   (3033 words)

  
 Legends of Jesus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Thus one interpretation is that Yuz Asaf means "leader of those he cured of leprosy."27 An alternate interpretation will be supplied later.
35 This is further indication that Yuz Asaf was known to have been Jesus Christ.
42 During the king's inquiries of who he was, Jesus is reported to have replied that he was Yusashaphat (interpreted as Yuz Asaf by K. Ahmad), and that he had become known as Isa Masih (Jesus the Messiah).
www.proaxis.com /~deardorj/legends.htm   (6800 words)

  
 Did Jesus survive the crucifixion?
The building later erected around the grave stone is called Rozabal, meaning "tomb of a prophet." Above the passage to the actual burial chamber is an inscription explaining that Yuz Asaf entered the valley of Kashmir many centuries before, and that his life was dedicated to the search for the truth.
Within the inner burial chamber there are two long gravestones, the larger for Yuz Asaf, the smaller for an Islamic saint of the fifteenth century.
This clearly indicates Yuz Asaf was neither an Islamic saint nor a Hindu.
markmason.net /ch4ex2.htm   (1748 words)

  
 Where on Earth is Jesus?
Another name given to Jesus, aside from the Arabic inflexion of Isa, is "Yuz Asaf," a name which derived from his travels and stay in Persia.
During this time, Hazrat Yuz Asaf having come from (Bait-ul-Muqaddas) the Holy Land to the valley (wadi-i-Aqdas) proclaimed his prophethood.
In these times Yuz Asaf proclaimed his prophethood (dar een waqt Yuz Asaf da'wa-i-paighambari mikunad), and on the other stone of the stairs he also inscribed that he (Yuz Asaf) was Yasu, Prophet of the Children of Israel (aishan Yasu paighambari-Beni Israel ast).
www.mendhak.com /paranormal/mythology/show.php?id=24   (1511 words)

  
 The Light & Islamic Review, July-September 2003: Printer Version   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
And here there are stories that in the first century Issa, known locally as Yuz Asaf, meaning leader of the healed, returned to Kashmir in his 30s.
“Yuz Asaf continued to teach and to preach in Kashmir until he died around the year 80 A.D. He was buried in Srinagar.
Although both the gravestones under the cloth point to north/south in the Islamic tradition, the body of Yuz Asaf is buried beneath in a grave dug east/west in the Jewish tradition.
www.muslim.org /light/light033-prn.htm   (9986 words)

  
 Jesus of the East
“Then Yuz Asaf… reached that country which is called Kashmir.
Another striking instance linking Jesus to the name Yuz Asaf, and to the locale of Srinagar, is to be found at the Takhat Sulaiman (Throne of Solomon) temple at Lake Dal in Srinagar.
Some have identified Thomas with Yuz Asaf’s disciple Ba’bad; others have suggested that Thomas himself might have been the basis for the stories of Yuz Asaf – the evidence for his visits to India pre-dates these tales, after all.
www.real-islam.org /jesus/jesuseast.html   (3771 words)

  
 The Israeli Connection (The Palm Leaf)
There are the carvings of footprints, with obvious wounds in the feet [crucifixion wounds?], clearly marked and apparently carved some 2000 years ago by someone who wanted to leave a record of Yuz Asaf's feet, and which is located inside the Rauza Bal mausoleum.
There is the fact that the underground casket which houses Yuz Asaf faces the direction that JEWS BURY THEIR DEAD [Hindus burn their dead].
There are the parables that Yuz Asaf taught, and that mirror the parables taught by Jesus.
www.varnam.org /history/2004/09/the_israeli_connection.php   (1159 words)

  
 UFO + PSI Research Magazine Issue 15
According to legends, Yuz Asaf, which means "leader of those who recovered from the wounds," came into the land of Radsha Gopadatta a long time ago.
The tomb was examined by an archeologist a couple of years ago, who found a very interesting piece of evidence in it: a stone plate with the carving of two large human feet with holes (wounds?) in them.
This is certainly not absolute proof that Jesus Christ and Yuz Asaf were the same person, but nevertheless, it is an interesting fact that should not be ignored.
ufoinfo.com /ufopsi/15/issue15.htm   (8788 words)

  
 Did Jesus Die in India? by Kusum Choppra
It is the similar east-west alignment of the underground grave at Anzimar in old Shrinagar, which lends authenticity its claim of being that of Jesus or Yuz Asaf.
As a matter of fact, he refutes the austere punishments favored by Paul, who prescribed the automatic salvation of those who took refuge in the Lord and the automatic ex-communication of all others, no matter how virtuous they may otherwise be.
Instead, he opts for the more ‘kindly’ representation of the Boddhisttava Yuz Asaf, pointing out that the entire destruction of the rebirth doctrine in the Christian faith was actually a “tremendous historical error” of the sixth century to pander to the imperious wife of Emperor Justinian.
www.boloji.com /opinion/0206.htm   (1697 words)

  
 Yuz Asaf (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
There are several books written about this subject; an internet search will find some of them.
Yuz Asaf can mean "The Healer" or "The Shepherd, the one who teaches others" while Issa was the local name for Christ.
Kashmiri history states that "The Healer" came from Israel to spread his teaching.
members.optusnet.com.au.cob-web.org:8888 /a_byrnes/page3.htm   (267 words)

  
 Theory: Jesus in India? - Asia Finest Discussion Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Jami - uf - Tamarik, Volume II, tells that Yuz Asaf visited Masslige, where he attended the grave of Shem, Noah´s son.
The third and fourth inscription read: "At this time Yuz Asaf announced his prophetic calling in Year 50 and 4" and "He is Jesus -- Prophet of the Sons of Israel"! Herein lies a powerful confirmation of Kersten´s theory.
Kersten suggests that Christ may have travelled to the South of India also, finally returning to Kashmir to die at the age of approximately 80 years.
www.asiafinest.com /forum/index.php?showtopic=4137   (3013 words)

  
 Christ in Kashmir? -- Origins of the Yuz Asaf legend -- Kriya Yoga Discussion Board Archive 2
The nowadays popular split of the name "Yuzasaf" into the two-part "Yuz Asaf" may be an arbitrary linguistic corruption, obviously in an attempt to make it remotely sound like "Yussuf" (Arabic) or "Yeshua" (Hebraic) for Jesus.
The Buddha figure successively got replaced by central figures of other faiths -- like the teacher Mani, a fictitious Mohammedan prophet Budhasaf, a same as fictitious Christian saint Josaphat, and finally Jesus (now called 'Yuz Asaf').
The Buddhistic origins of the Yuz-Asaf legend have been detected by scholars several times, for instance by Ignaz Goldziher in 1910, but this seems to be still little known outside academic circles.
www.voy.com /110742/5/1720.html   (914 words)

  
 Two gravestones Compared.
Yuzu Asaph is carved an inscription which declares that Yuz Asaf entered the
That the stone for Yuz Asaf (number 1) is
with the orientation of Yuz Asaf's crypt in the East-west tradition
www.healthark.com /kmedia/paradis7.htm   (1020 words)

  
 deva sahayi's Blog : Jesus in India ?, deva sahayi blogs on sulekha, Personal blogs, deva sahayi blog from india
The name that is mentioned is Yuz Asaf.
The documents in Kashmir that mention that Yuz Asaf and
> becomes clear is that Yuz Asaf and Jesus Christ have A WHOLE LOT IN > > I do not know whether Jesus went to India or not.
www.sulekha.com /blogs/blogdisplay.aspx?cid=14084   (1799 words)

  
 Carol Wilson Reiki History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Jesus traveled to the East with his uncle when he was 12 years old, returning a visit from the Three Wise Men, believed to be astrologers from a Buddhist order.
Jesus then spent 18 years in Egypt, India and Tibet, studying with the greatest of spiritual teachers, which is where he became renowned and loved as St. Issa or Yuz Asaf, the same St. Issa or Yuz Asaf who was known to be crucified in Jerusalem after he returned to his homeland.
It is speculated that both Jesus and Buddha could have been Reiki healers.
www.carolwilson.org /history.htm   (822 words)

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