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Why Polytheism makes more sense than Monotheism

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Re: Why Polytheism makes more sense than Monotheism

Postby Citizen » Sun Oct 02, 2016 10:54 am

Well according to Budge back before 3300 BC, the Ancient Egyptians had one God who was so great as to just be called God. In his book on the Gods of Ancient Egypt he says it can't have been Ra so it must have been Osiris. Even the earliest Egyptian dynasties, thus no Pharaohs, didn't start until 3100 BC at the very earliest. Wasn't until the starving Eastern thieves and parasites called the black smiths came a begging into Ancient Egypt that Ra and the fallen angels started to think they were gods as opposed to lesser beings. Far as I can see, those black smiths likely usurped and murdered Osiris so they could have a good old party consuming all the wealth created by Osiris and his people. Kind of a free people with the God Osiris vs an enslaved people with fallen angel Ra (West vs East, free men vs kings, free people vs the money lenders, the true Christ (NOT Jesus) vs Rome).
Look at the Indus Valley civilization. Indus leaves, massive drought, the civilization collapses and people die. If the others were Gods then why couldn't they keep the civilization from dying? ONE super freak, God, and a bunch of posers who pretend to be Gods by stealing from God. Stealing from God can't be a good idea. God is a vengeful kinda guy.
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Re: Why Polytheism makes more sense than Monotheism

Postby Winston » Sun Oct 02, 2016 3:42 pm

Of all the religions, Hinduism is the only one that is both polytheistic and monotheistic. It features many deities, but all the deities are faces of the same God, Brahma. This signifies that God is very multi-faceted and multi-dimensional, possessing many different personalities. Why not? Isn't God supposed to be able to do anything, including that which is beyond human comprehension? If this is true, then God may be more complex than we can imagine. So it's possible that multiple deities may be aspects of one deity. Perhaps it doesn't really matter, because in the higher realms of existence, such numbers as "one vs many" have no significance the way it does in our 3 dimensional universe. It could be that in higher realms, different laws apply that we cannot fathom with our linear minds. After all, our minds were designed and adapted to understand things in the physical universe, not higher realms or dimensions. So we must be humble and not pretend that we can know everything there is to know, or assume that everything can be measured in a laboratory, including higher dimensions of reality.
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Re: Why Polytheism makes more sense than Monotheism

Postby Citizen » Sun Oct 02, 2016 6:31 pm

Winston wrote:Of all the religions, Hinduism is the only one that is both polytheistic and monotheistic. It features many deities, but all the deities are faces of the same God, Brahma. This signifies that God is very multi-faceted and multi-dimensional, possessing many different personalities. Why not? Isn't God supposed to be able to do anything, including that which is beyond human comprehension? If this is true, then God may be more complex than we can imagine. So it's possible that multiple deities may be aspects of one deity. Perhaps it doesn't really matter, because in the higher realms of existence, such numbers as "one vs many" have no significance the way it does in our 3 dimensional universe. It could be that in higher realms, different laws apply that we cannot fathom with our linear minds. After all, our minds were designed and adapted to understand things in the physical universe, not higher realms or dimensions. So we must be humble and not pretend that we can know everything there is to know, or assume that everything can be measured in a laboratory, including higher dimensions of reality.


"It features many deities, but all the deities are faces of the same God, Brahma." Just copied from Ancient Egypt.

Winston, you should read The Gods Of The Egyptians by E.A. Wallis Budge and I quote pg 111, "From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 32 "The hair of Osiris Ani is the hair of Nu. The face of Osiris Ani is the face of Ra. The eyes of Osiris Ani are the eyes of Hathor. ......... on and on it goes. All the lesser creature pretending to be Gods after they were either gifted by or stole from Osiris.

Hinduism's early Vedic period was 1900-1400BCE. Osiris was worshiped as God before 3300BCE. 1500-2000 years earlier than Hinduism.

Read about the Indus Valley civilization. Read how the demons of India betrayed and attacked "the Gods". Yet, it only talks of Indra leaving and the resulting destruction of the Indus Valley civilization. Wonder why the other supposed "gods" had no power.
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Re: Why Polytheism makes more sense than Monotheism

Postby starchild5 » Mon Oct 03, 2016 3:51 am

Winston wrote:Of all the religions, Hinduism is the only one that is both polytheistic and monotheistic. It features many deities, but all the deities are faces of the same God, Brahma. This signifies that God is very multi-faceted and multi-dimensional, possessing many different personalities. Why not? Isn't God supposed to be able to do anything, including that which is beyond human comprehension? If this is true, then God may be more complex than we can imagine. So it's possible that multiple deities may be aspects of one deity. Perhaps it doesn't really matter, because in the higher realms of existence, such numbers as "one vs many" have no significance the way it does in our 3 dimensional universe. It could be that in higher realms, different laws apply that we cannot fathom with our linear minds. After all, our minds were designed and adapted to understand things in the physical universe, not higher realms or dimensions. So we must be humble and not pretend that we can know everything there is to know, or assume that everything can be measured in a laboratory, including higher dimensions of reality.


That's freaking incredible...are you a hindu? :shock: :shock: ...man I'm blown away...

You just wrote like the top freaking layer of Hinduism itself...You spoke about Dharma in all its essence...I have no doubt you really are a man of god not Alien soul as i assumed. :mrgreen:

Not even 99.99% of Hindus get this...You just described God himself in all its glory.

Hinduism even in its present form with all infiltration by darkness is the only salvation for humanity.

Hinduism...dares you to ask ballsy questions and tries to answer it...We really as human beings cannot know the true glory of God. Dharma accepts this as well. God is so freaking Vast...

If god comes to us in his full glory...We will cease to exist, we will lose our minds and just become nothing.

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Atheist are nothing but monotheist with their balls cut off :D

It takes real balls of brass to comprehend God. I found that on a human level...to understand God. We need a lot of testosterone...That is why so much gender mixing now a days by darkness, being gay, lesbian is really not the way but its being pushed down our throat to accept gender neutral bathroom, same sex marriage etc

You will loose the way to GOOD god, if you go gay, lesbian etc...because human beings cannot face the wrath of God. Again free will vs destiny thing...You are free to become Gay but can you then face the evil form of god when you change yourself is the question all Gays and Lesbians needs to ask?

If you want to be on the good side of God. You really need to be a MAN. I mean a man with balls with plenty of testosterone levels.

This is a sure thing guys. Make sure you do not loose your Man Hood. Be sexually active with one wife or multiple women....Many Indian gods has multiple wife for a reason, You really can Choose..How you want to reach God.

Be Gay, Lesbian...Its fine too..but don't complain when Evil F**cks you and when you cry ...God where art thou and he is no where to be found, because you already left the good form of god by choosing to become gay, lesbian...and now you cannot face the heat of being in a different dimension in this fractal universe...

DO NOT ALTER YOUR BODY GUYS. If you want DHARMA, always want to have pure bliss, happiness...Never ever change body, Protect your sexuality. NUMBER 1 THING.

Make sure your testosterone levels are optimum.
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