Jesus unknown childhood and education
"For seven years he conversed with God face to face, and he learned the language of birds and the beasts, and the healing powers of trees, and of herbs, and of flowers, and the hidden secrets of precious stones, and he learned the motions of the Sun and the Moon and the stars and the powers of the letters, and mysteries of the square and the circle and the transmutation of things, and of forms, and of numbers, and of signs. From there he returned to Nazareth to visit His parents, and He taught there and in Jerusalem as an accepted Rabbi, even in the temple, none hindering Him."
You don´t know this bible text ?
Well, of course it is not in the bible since it had been erased at the concile of Nicea. You believe that the famous source Q (logia source) the educated theologians are looking for and which is supposed to be the original gospel respectively is supposed to be the source for the four canonic gospels - that this gospel is lost ? It´s not. There is a gospel in English and German language (translation of the English) which is with most probability the original gospel and the real foundation of the New Testament: It is the Gospel of the holy Twelve. This gospel of Christian inspiration is one of the oldest and most complete early Christian fragments and was kept in a Buddhist monastery in Tibet where it was hidden by members of the Essene parish to hide it from the hands of forgers. Reverend G. J. R. Ouseley translated it in the 19th century from the Aramaic orginal text to English and later on it was translated from English to German by Werner Zimmermann.
Corrections of gospel texts
This gospel was not censored like the other original text which had been modified at the concile
of Nicea. This is even admitted by theologians like by Prof. Nestle which tells us in the
introduction to the text critic of the Greek testament that certain learned people - correctores -
were appointed by the Greek authorities and were given the task to correct the text
according to the interests what the Greek orthodoxy was considering to be right.