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Higher Density Living Podcast

Aug 14, 2022

This episode follows up an intensive analysis and review of Nicholas Notovitch’s book entitled “The Lost Years of Jesus”. The life of Saint Issa or Jesus, as formalized by Nicholas Notovitch. This research is backed by rigorous corroborations to testify Notovitch’s reputation as well as legitimacy as a scholar. Despite all the unnecessary flak and outrageous intellectual dismissiveness, Alex and Jason have proven the ignorant and dogmatic snobbery of religious academia to be open minded.


This episode also gives a brief background on Nicholas Notovitch Nicholas  was a Crimean and  a Russian aristocrat,  known for his 1894 book claiming that during the unknown years of Jesus, he left Galilee for India and studied with Buddhists and Hindus before returning to Judea. Notovitch's claim was based on a document he said he had seen at the Hemis Monastery while he stayed there. What’s inherently unique about Nicholas is despite his religion.


Just because a person doesn’t share your canonical views means having a warrant to be ostracized.  Notovitch is a well respected individual, a decent aristocratic intellectual, regardless of his unorthodox views in Christianity. 


Higher Density Living has no dogma, only the truth prevails in the universe. Let us join Alex and Jason as they discuss Jesus and the Judeo-Christian faith.