We usually think of the process of myth-making as something that happened in ancient times and over many centuries. Not so. Myth-making is alive and well and the myths made today spread faster and become more widely accepted than in the past mainly because of modern communications. Take the ‘Jesus lived in India’ myth for example. In 1869 a French lawyer with an interest in the occult named Louis Jacolliot published a book called La Bible dansl’Inde, Vie de Iezeus Christna (The Bible in India, or the Life of Iezeus Christna).