What did Jesus look like?…

The link just above will take you to “What did Jesus look like?”, an article of mine posted on my Research blog, ‘Lab of Evolution’, in 2011, long after my vivid experience of actually meeting him two thousand years ago led me to make a thorough search about what he looked like, from texts written by various (also Roman officials) contemporaries, as well as more recent clairvoyants.
My research included the reasons why he (and his parents as well) did NOT resemble at all the regular human type more common in the region he was born in: they belonged in fact to a different lineage, quite well-known and called the ‘Nazarene’ type.
So forget about the ‘experts’ and the of course totally wrong results from their totally wrong premices… There is a reason why even the most ancient representations of Jesus show him the way we know – which is the correct way indeed.

Lab of Evolution

One of the rare friends to whom I told my  extremely moving, totally unexpected re-living of a very special moment in my life at the time of Jesus of Nazareth (see my previous post, ‘Meeting the Divine on the Road’, https://labofevolution.wordpress.com/2011/09/06/meeting-the-divine-on-the-road/), asked me immediately afterwards:
‘So, you saw him!… What did he look like?’
I was taken aback. I realized all of a sudden that I had not really seen what he was looking like. I had seen the tremendous Love emanating from him as Light, but I had not paid attention to his outer appearance.
So I had to tell my friend that I couldn’t answer her.
But then I kept thinking about it, and soon started doing my own research, to find out what Jesus-Christ looked like.
After some time I did gather quite a few very surprising documents, all agreeing with each other, although coming from widely…

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