Jesus Christ died in 33 CE.
French physicist Joseph Nicephore Niepce created the first known permanent photograph on metal in 1826 CE.
Ergo, there are no photos of the living Jesus.
But not when it comes to supernaturalism, especially of the New Age kind.
After reading the non-fiction work When Prophecy Fails, I wanted to find out more about the people described in the book. Their names had been changed but with some Googling I discovered that the actual appellation of “Mrs. Marion Keech,” the leader of the doomsday flying saucer cult in the 1950s, was Dorothy Martin.
After her prophecies failed in Chicago, Dorothy Martin moved on but kept channeling Jesus Christ – or the being whose real name, she believed, was Sananda. She ended up in South America, living in the Yucatan, with a new name: Sister Thedra.
Jesus (AKA the Ascended Master Sananda) appeared to Thedra and cured her of terminal cancer. To prove that she hadn’t been dreaming, Jesus appeared in tangible form to an archeologist in Chichen Itza, Yucatan and allowed his presence to be recorded via photography. This image was taken by the archeologist on June 1, 1961:
According to author Mark Amura Pinkham in his book, The Return of the Serpents of Wisdom, the archeologist gave the miraculous photo to Sister Thedra to be used in her work. She returned to the United States to keep spreading the word of Sananda-Jesus through her organization, the Association of Sananda and Sanat Kumara.
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