Louis Jacolliot (31 October – 30 October ) was a French barrister, colonial judge, . Introduction to Occult Science in India by Louis Jacolliot [] at. Results 1 – 12 of Les Législateurs Religieux, Manou, Moïse, Mahomet: Traditions Religieuses Comparées des Lois de Manou, de la Bible, du Coran. Results 13 – 24 of Voyages Aux Ruines De Golconde Et À La Cité Des Morts (Indoustan) (French Edition). Sep 22, by Louis Jacolliot.

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Jacolliot was searching for the “Indian roots of western occultism” and makes reference to an otherwise unknown Sanskrit text he calls Agrouchada-Parikchai, which is apparently Jacolliot’s personal invention, a “pastiche” of elements taken from UpanishadsDharmashastras and “a bit of Freemasonry “.

In Jacolliot’s book La Bible dans l’Inde, Vie de Iezeus Christna [2] The Bible in India, or the Life of Iezeus Christna[3] he compares the accounts of the life of Bhagavan Krishna with that of Jesus Christ in the Gospels and concludes that it could not have been a coincidence, so similar are the stories in so many details in his opinion.

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He has been described as a prolific writer for his time.

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Louis Jacolliot

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Occult Science in India

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Jacolliot was a diffusionist, and he believed that many western esoteric traditions, specifically Egyptian, Jewish and Christian, had their origin in India.

He was devoutly anticlerical and saw Christianity as a poor imitation of the more ancient oriental religions.