As I have demonstrated in previous articles the unhistorical Jesus of Nazareth is nothing more than a mythological construct, plagiarised from other religions, most notably those which have their origins amongst the Aryan peoples.
An interesting example of a pre-xtian `Jesus` character may be found in the Indian poem Barta-Sastra. It should be noted that this poem was composed in the century before the birth of the so-called Jesus of Nazareth.
"Then shall be born a Brahmin, in the city of Sambhala. This shall be the Vishnu Yesu; he shall possess the Divine Scriptures and all the sciences, without having employed to learn them as much time as it takes to pronounce a single word. That is why he shall be called the Sarva Buddha-he who knows in perfection all things. Then this Vishnu Yesu, conversing with the race of man, shall purge the earth of sinners (which would be impossible to any other than him), and shall cause truth and justice to reign upon it; and shall offer the sacrifice of the horse, and shall subject the universe to Buddha. Nevertheless, when he shall have attained old age, he shall withdraw into the Desert to do penance; and this is the order that the Vishnu Yesu shall establish among men. He shall establish virtue and truth in the midst of the Brahmins, and restore the four Castes within the limits of their law. Then the first age will be restored. The Supreme King will render the sacrifice so common to all nations, that even the wilderness shall not be deprived of it. The Brahmins, established in virtue, shall employ themselves only in the ceremonies of religion and sacrifice; they shall cause penitence, and other virtues, which follow in the train of truth, to flourish; and they shall spread abroad the splendour of the Holy Scriptures. The seasons shall succeed each each other in an invariable order; the rain in due time shall inundate the fields, the harvest in due time shall pour forth abundance. Milk shall flow at the pleasure of those who desire it; the earth, as in the first age, shall be intoxicated with joy and prosperity, and all the nations shall taste of ineffable delights. (Kaly-Younga and Krita-Younga of the Hindoos.)
"Whilst the Indian poet Maricandeya sung thus on the banks of the Ganges, Virgil [70-19 BCE] was making the shores of Tiber resound with nearly the same strain." [Christianity in China, Tartary, and Thibet,M. L`Abbe Huc, 1857]
This was clearly one of the sources for the myth of the Jesus story as the name Yesu clearly provided the basis for the New Testament name. This Yesu will possess knowledge that was unlearned as the poem indicates. If my readers recall the Young Jesus at the age of 12 possessed wisdom and entered into debate with the rabbinical teachers in the temple.
The poem is clearly talking about a yet future event: the coming of the Kalki Avatar, the Third Sargon for He will restore the order of Castes which in the `west` currently lies in ruins with unrestrained immigration and race-mixing. Horse sacrifice is an ancient Aryan custom and its survival may be detected in both the Rig Veda and Irish mythology.
Unlike Jesus of Nazareth who supposedly died at the young age of 33 this Yesu will reach old age and retire into the Desert as was the custom of Indo-Aryan sages.
The coming of Vishnu Yesu will mark the end of the Kali Yuga and the birth of a new Krita or Satya Yuga, a Golden Age when the earth will be restored and the seasons will follow in their right order. Any observer of recent climatic events in the British Isles and North America will realise that everything is out of kilter, a sign that we are surely in the Kali Yuga.
Vishnu Yesu will be born in Shamballa which is a mythical city deep inside the earth where the Aryan masters dwell who are watching events that unfold upon the surface of the earth. This is also the birth place of the Kalki Avatar and this provides further evidence that Vishnu Yesu is in fact the Kalki Avatar, the Third Sargon.