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Strachan suggests that Jesus traveled to Britain with his uncle, Joseph of Arimathea, to learn from pagan druids and to impart his own divine wisdom upon them. "He needed to go around to learn bits and pieces about ancient wisdom, and the druids in Britain went back hundreds if not thousands of years. He probably came here to meet the druids, to share his wisdom and gain theirs," the scholar said.
Strachan claims Jesus visited Glastonbury, in the West of England. "St Augustine wrote to the Pope to say he'd discovered a church in Glastonbury built by followers of Jesus. But St Gildas (a 6th-Century British cleric) said it was built by Jesus himself. It's a very very ancient church which went back perhaps to AD37," he says.
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