Buddha, Christ and Krishna

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Corresponding Wikipedia articles: Gautama Buddha, Christ, Krishna

History of Jesus

N.A. Morozov[1] stated that the Jesus Christ genealogy, which is listed in the Gospel, corresponds to the Abydos List of the Egyptian kings:

Abydos King List Gospel Comment
Luke Matthew
I dynasty
1 Meni Menes Adam First king and man.
2 Teti Athotis I Seth
3 Iti Djer Enos
4 Ita Djet Cainan
5 Septi Den Mahalaleel
6 Meribiap Anedjib Jared
7 Semsu Semerkhet Enoch
8 Qebeh Qa'a Methuselah
II dynasty
9 Bedjau Hotepsekhemwy Lamech
10 Kakau Raneb Noah
11 Banetjer Ninetjer Shem
12 Wadjnas Weneg Arphaxad
13 Sendi Senedj Cainan
14 Djadjay Khasekhemwy Shelah
III dynasty
15 Nebka Sanakhte Eber
16 Djeser-za Djoser Peleg
17 Teti Sekhemkhet Reu
18 Sedjes Khaba Serug
19 Neferkara Mesochris Nahor
IV dynasty
20 Sneferu Terah
21 Khufu Abraham 1st great pyramid of Giza.
22 Djedefre Isaac
23 Khafre Jacob (Israel) 2nd pyramid of Khafre.
24 Menkaure Judah 3nd pyramid of Menkaure.
25 Shepseskaf Perez
V dynasty
26 Userkaf Hezron
27 Sahure Aram
28 Kakai Aminadab
29 Neferefre Nahshon
30 Nyuserre Salmon
31 Menkauhor Boaz
32 Djedkare Isesi Obed
33 Unis Unas Jesse
VI dynasty
34 Teti Sehetep-taui David
35 Userkare Nathan Solomon
36 Meryre Pepi I Mattatha
37 Merenre Menna
38 Neferkare Pepi II Melea
39 Merenre Eliakim
VIII dynasty
40 Netjerikare Jonam
41 Menkare Joseph
42 Neferkare Judas Rehoboam
43 Neferkare Neby Simeon Abijah
44 Djedkare Shemai Levi Asa
45 Neferkare Khendu Maththat Jehoshaphat
46 Merenhor Jorim Jehoram
47 Sneferka Neferkamin Eliezer Uzziah
48 Nikare Nikare I Joshua Jotham
49 Neferkare Tereru Neferkare V Er Ahaz
50 Neferkahor Elmadam Hezekiah
51 Neferkare
Kosam Manasseh
52 Neferkamin Anu Addi Amon
53 Kaukara Qakare Ibi Melchi Josiah
54 Neferkaure Neri Jehoiachin
55 Neferkauhor Shealtiel
56 Neferirkare Zerubbabel
XI-XII dynasties
57 Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II Rhesa
58 Sankhkare Mentuhotep III Joanan
59 Sehetepibre Amenemhat I Joda
60 Kheperkare Senusret I Josech
61 Nebukaure Amenemhat II Semein
62 Khakeperre Senusret II Mattathias
63 Khakaure Senusret III Maath
64 Nemaatre Amenemhat III Naggai
65 Maakherure Amenemhat IV Esli
XVIII dynasty
66 Nebpehtira Ahmose I Nahum Abiud
67 Djeserkara Amenhotep I Amos Eliakim
68 Aakheperkara Thutmose I Mattathias Azor
69 Aakheperenra Thutmose II Joseph Zadok
70 Menkheperra Thutmose III Jannai Akim
71 Aakheperura Amenhotep II Melchi Eliud
72 Menkheperura Thutmose IV Levi Eleazar
73 Nebmaatra Amenhotep III Maththat Matthan
74 Djeserkheperura Haremheb Heli Jacob
XIX dynasty
75 Menpehtira Ramesses I Joseph
76 Menmaatra Seti I Jesus Christ
Usermaatra Ramesses II

The Pyramids of Giza, which are assigned to pharaohs, correspond in this table to the principal Semitic patriarchs: Abraham, Jacob (Israel) and Judah.

The last king of this table is Ramesses II, who is also known as the mythical Alexander the Great, the founder of the city of Alexandria or Pi-Ramesses. According to the new chronology (see "Greece"), Alexandria was founded in the beginning of the common era, that is at the official Nativity of Jesus. Alexander was really some kind of the Jewish king and the Messiah (Greek: christos), the savior of Jews from Persians.

Cleopatra is the "Saint Mary"

Ptolemy XV Caesarion is a bastard of Julius Caesar (aka Solomon, see "Rome and Israel") and Cleopatra VII. Since officially his father was nobody, he was allegedly conceived by the "Holy Spirit". He was the one, who is called the Jesus Christ, a descendant of the King David (aka Pompey the Great, see "Rome and Israel"), and possible the Jewish Mashiach (Messiah) or the anointed of God. Of course, the anointed bastard had no rights to the throne, and his fate was hard.

The Egyptian Christians (Copts) start their chronology from 284 AD. This year officially opens the Diocletian Era (aka Pompey the Great, see "Rome and Israel"). At the same time, the difference between the official birth-date of Caesarion (47 BC) and the beginning of the Diocletian Era is 331 years, which is the 330-year shift in the new ancient chronology. Also, the official date of the Alexandria foundation (332 BC) is supposedly the beginning of the Julian calendar. Thus, if the Copts start their chronology from the real Nativity of Jesus, then Christ is really Ptolemy XV Caesarion. It would be strange, if the Christians started their chronology since coming of an emperor (Diocletian), who persecuted the Christians themselves.

The earliest Christian manuscripts are dated the III-IV centuries by the radiocarbon method. Those are the Codex Tchacos and the Nag Hammadi library in Coptic. The dating of the earlier manuscripts has not been proved.

The traditional birth date of Christ was invented in the VI century by some Roman abbot Dionysius Exiguus. Allegedly, the Catholic Church has introduced the Era of Christ instead of the Era of Diocletian after that. The Byzantine and Russian churches also counted the years since the biblical creation of the world.

The multiple cases of persecution of the early Christians at the I-IV centuries can be regarded as no more than the medieval religious myths. An example of one such a fabulous event: Saint Christopher had been put into a red-hot copper box, but he stayed unharmed. These myths do not explain the cause of the abrupt cessation of persecution and an abrupt increase in the number of Christians at the IV century.

But the messages on crucifixion of the Christian children by the Jews began since the IV century. When Constantine the Great reigned, a Christian child was crucified on the Good Friday. In 419, several Jews were executed for a secret crucifixion of the Christian children in Syria [2].

Apollonius of Tyana (I century) is a Pythagorean philosopher from the Cappadocia (Asia Minor), who is comparable with Christ. The first records on him are dated the III century only. He was an ascetic and a philosopher since young age. He traveled lifelong, also into India, and performed the miracles.

The Gospel of Matthew describes an escape of the baby Jesus with his mother into Egypt, where he lived before the death of Herod the Great, who was a reason to escape. According to the traditional history, Caesarion at the age of 17 had to go into India to escape from Augustus.

The Tibetan Gospel is an apocryphal, which is compiled on the basis of notes of the Buddhist monks. A monastery is a place of solitude, an exclusive feature of the Buddhists and the Christians.

Tibetan Gospel Comment
In The Course Of Their Fourteenth Year, Young Issa, Blessed By Aumen, Journeyed Beyond The Sindh And Settled Among The Aryas In The Beloved Country Of Deity.

The Fame Of Their Name Spread Along The Northern Sind. When They Passed Through The Country Of The Five Rivers And The Radjputana, The Worshippers Of The God Djaine Begged Them To Remain In Their Midst. But They Left The Misguided Admirers Of Jaine And Visited Juggernaut, In The Province Of Orissa, Where The Remains Of Vyasa-Krishna Rest, And Where They Received A Joyous Welcome From The White Priests Of Brahma. They Taught Them To Read And Understand The Vedas, To Heal By Prayer, To Teach And Explain The Holy Scriptures, To Cast Out Evil Spirits From The Human Body And Give Them Back Human Semblance.

Jesus learned the biblical evicting "demons" (exorcism) in India.
They Spent Six Years In Juggernaut, Rajagriha, Benares, And The Other Holy Cities.

All Loved Them, For Issa Lived In Peace With The Vaisyas And The Sudras, To Whom He Taught The Holy Scriptures. But The Brahmans And The Kshatriyas Declared That The Great Para-Brahma Forbade Them To Approach Those Whom He Had Created From His Entrails And From His Feet. The Vaisyas Were Authorized To Listen Only To The Reading Of The Vedas, And That Never Save On Feast Days. The Soudras Were Not Only Forbidden To Attend The Reading Of The Vedas, But To Gaze Upon Them Even, For Their Condition Was To Perpetually Serve And Act As Slaves To The Braumens, The Kshatriyas, And Even To The Vaisyas. Death Alone Can Free Them From Servitude, Said Para-Brahma. Leave Them, Therefore, And Worship With Us The Deities Who Will Show Their Anger Against Thee If Ye Disobey Them. But Issa Would Not Heed Them, And Going To The Sudras, Preached Against The Braumens And The Kshatriyas.

Jesus is an enemy of the caste system imposed by Abraham or Brahma (see "Semites").
The White Priests And The Warriors, Becoming Cognizant Of The Discourse Addressed By Issa To The Sudras, Resolved Upon Their Murder And Sent Their Servants For This Purpose In Search Of The Young Prophets.

But Issa, Warned Of This Danger By The Sudras, Fled In The Night From Juggernaut, Gained The Mountains, And Took Refuge In The Gothamide Country, The Birthplace Of The Great Buddha Cakya-Mouni, Among The People Who Adored The Only Sublime Brahma. Having Perfectly Learned The Pali Tongue, The Holy Issa Applied Himself To The Study Of The Sacred Rolls Of The Sutras. Six Years Later, Issa, Whom The Buddhas Had Chosen To Spread Their Holy Word, Could Perfectly Explain The Sacred Rolls. They Left Nepal And The Himalayan Mountains, Descended Into The Valley Of Rajputana And Went Westward, Preaching To Diverse People Of The Supreme Perfection Of Humans, And Of The Good We Must Do Unto Others, Which Is The Surest Means Of Quickly Merging Ourselves In The Eternal Spirit. One Who Shall Have Recovered One’s Primitive Purity At Death, Said Issa, Shall Have Obtained The Forgiveness Of Their Sins, And Shall Have The Right To Contemplate The Majestic Figure Of Aumen.

Jesus is a Buddhist.

The early Christians believed in the reincarnation as well as the Buddhists.

Buddha Jesus
God Deification of Buddha is a moot point. Only the First Council of Constantinople decided that Jesus is the god.
King Prince Siddhartha Gautama. Noble origins.
Wanderer Gone from home at the age of 29 years. The necessary escape.
Purpose Saving people from the suffering. Saving people from the "Gehenna" (hell).
Ascetic Buddha's teaching is the spiritual cleansing of the material passions. Moderate lifestyle.
Teacher Permanent pupils and followers. Twelve (according to a legend) pupils.

Buddhists was slow to make the Buddha images. But the first images had an aureola, the image of an aura or a head chakra of an enlightened person. The later Hindu images have the gold aura around a head and also around a heart.

Buddha from Gandhara, I–II century
One of the first Jesus images in the Catacombs (IV century)

The images of Jesus and the saints are not the dogmas and canons, which are approved by the Councils of the emperors and bishops. They moved to the Orthodox Church art from the folk art. The catholic images started to differ from the Orthodox ones only after a few centuries, when the Catholic Church had been separated.

Unknown Christianity

Arianism is the doctrine of a priest Arius, which was popular in Europe and Asia Minor up to the VI century, but it was not supported officially. What is known is that Arius did not believe that Jesus is the god. Most likely, Arius did not exist at all, but the Aryans (“noble”) did, and the Jesus was one of them.

Gnosticism is perhaps a kind of Arianism, which was revived later by the medieval Bogomils, Cathars and Albigensians. The last ones were considered the heretics, and they differed from the Catholics by the following principles:

  • Old Testament of the Bible is a book of Satanism.
  • Denial of the symbols, the temples, the rituals and the church hierarchy.
  • Religious toleration.
  • Salvation by the intuitive knowledge.

The Gypsy (Romani) is a people, who migrated from India since the V century. They speak in a language of the Indo-European Indo-Aryan group. The word “gypsies” is derived from “Egyptians”, because Romani was confused with the Jews, who were expelled from Egypt. Romania is most densely populated by Romani in the modern Europe. Romania is a former Roman province with an uncertain nation of the Romance ("Latin") language group. The Gypsies use the writing of peoples among which they live (Cyrillic, Latin). In many ways, the Gypsies are similar to the first Christian communities:

  • Gypsies retain the tribal system for many centuries, and do not build any hierarchies and empires, and they even have no the own land and the state. The comic term "Gypsy Baron", which means an authority, exists only for the outer world.
  • Gypsies are the pacifists, though they are capable to protect themselves. The military service is their forced unwanted occupation.
  • Gypsies are not the atheists, and they choose a local religion: Christianity or Islam.
  • The Gypsy laws are not recorded. The Judges are the authoritative persons. The maximum penalty is an expulsion from the community.
  • The Gypsy professions are the art (music) and the psychology (divination). Their criminal activity is caused by their discrimination. For example, the beggars use a weakness of the "zombied" civilized people.
  • Gypsies are concerned of their own and other children equally, and they help the homeless and orphans.

Ramayana is an Indian epic, which appeared in the times of Rome (Rama). This epic is a tale based on the Homer’s "Iliad", and it is also similar to a fairy tale "Ruslan and Ludmila". Rama is the protagonist of this epic, the avatar (incarnation) of Vishnu, the king and the god, whose name means "black" in Sanskrit.

The Krishnaism is a branch of Vaishnavism (an Indian version of the Semitic monotheism), which was developed after the Christian colonization of India, first the Portuguese and then the British. A kind of the Indian Christianity is based on the banal consonance of Vedic and Christian words, and on the similarity of concepts:

Krishnaism Vedas Christianity
Krishna An ordinary dark-skinned character. Christ.
Rama King of Ayodhya. Rome.
Hare Goddess Hara aka Radha. King (raja).
Krishna is a Vishnu avatar.
Krishna is the god.
Christ is a son or an incarnation of the God.
Christ is the god.
Bhagavad Gita «Divine Song», a shortened version of the Vedas. Gospel is the "Good News".
Krishna Consciousness Christ Consciousness.

The Mantra «Hare Krishna - Hare Rama» can be translated as «King Christ - King of Rome».

Krishnaism spread in the lower strata of the Indian society.


  1. Морозов Н.А. Христос. Из вековых глубин (Части IV-VIII), стр. 1042-1045, - М.:КРАФТ+ЛЕАН, 1998
  2. Vladimir Dal, Notes about the Ritual Murders

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