A Russian pictorial on a glimpse into dimensions.
Human beings tend to be scared from the things they do not know and do not understand. The not knowing fact leads them to search and have the ...
Articus, allow me as a physicisist, to note that you have made a few mistakes concerning Dimensional Physics/Dimensional Mechanics.
This is the realm of the exceedingly small: in fact, we have trouble finding the math that would define anything smaller. Working in dimensions, we pry apart the fundamental forces of nature and find practical ways to use them for tangible humanitarian benefit. The only person involved i this research who is neither Jewish nor Christian is named Chandrasekhar. And he had to overcome tons of Hindu bias to even start rational thinking. He likens it to atheist superstition. I have to concur.
Allow me to point out that one's religion says much about how we think. We who have fully active intuition (faith) make intuitive leaps that become Nobel Prize discoveries. Atheists merely sit down and grumble. Muslims merely fly airliners into crowded buildings and beat on women with sticks in the street -- without penalty.
Hindu is notorious for its intensely racist Caste System, where huge groups of people are born without ANY legal rights and are routinely murdered on the streets of Delhi, Ranjipur, and Bangor Punta, without legal opposition.
It is entirely fair to conclude that Islam is merely a branch of Satanism, and Hindu is merely a form of codified extravagant superstition. Of course, only Hindus are superstitious enough to have women kiss the heads of cobras as a "blessing of fertility."
Hello good morning Rocmike3;
I was totally unaware of this happening in the big slum cities of India. Did you know that the Caste System was started by the Caucasians living in the area several thousands of years ago. Long before Rome or much of Europe had been settled. The people there to-day where for the most part along the eastern coast of India and Ceylon,(Sri Lanka today).And the people Alexander the Great went up against were likely blue eyed and blond.
The pictorial was just to intrigue and boost, would be mine's into researching the possibilities of other dimensions. And not a true conjecture of them. :)
Articus, whether invaders from the Caususes invented the caste system or not is completely moot: the fact is that Hindu has maintained it ever since. That is not the only docrtrinal issue that separates India from the rest of the world politically: their mistreatment of Jews and Christians is a stark reminder of the same abuses that occurred under Stalin and Ceaucescu.
However, not all Indians are Hindu: 30% as of last year claim Christ as their savior, and live the life of Christians. They still have horrifying issues of economic extremism, war with Pakistan and China always looms large, Sikhs and Hindus still feud in their mountainous areas, and there is not one Indian who still does not hate the British -- and they have been gone since 1948!
Perhaps the worst thing about Hindu is that it is such a fearful and confusing heap of doctrines that make no sense whatsoever. Reincarnation, for example, makes no sense whatsoever: if we do not resolve our preincarnate issues in one life, would living as another creature (or coming back as the same species -- again and again) resolve that issue?
I must concur with Hindu in one important issue, however: we existed before we came here to face the trials of mortality. These trials result in redemption or damnation (only the least very few rate the latter) but for the most of us, we will find eternal redemption, and a community of the redeemed. In eternity, we will not face the harassment of a disobedient outlaw spirit named Satan (AKA Loki, Kali, etc).
If we faced life's challenges with the courage and forgiveness that Christ taught (genuine Christians DO SO) then hostility would be a thing of the past. The only ones who gain anything from provoking hostility are atheists and apostates. There is but one fate left for them.
Well Hinduism is a window into other pagan beliefs. Sort of a living time capsule. And should be studied as research. Into how earlier religions evolved. A sort of anthropological study into the founding architectural building blocks of human faith,In what ever that faith is placed on. How do these belief's in a divine being/'s comes to exist in an ancient civilization. A study in the way they conduct thier religious lives of every day people in older cultures.
As for reincarnation I am a firm believer in that. I don't need to believe in Hinduism.In order to believe in a recycled souls. Early Christianity taught or accepted that.
Continuing forever in Heaven or hell would be counter productive and a waste of learning time.With out reincarnation.We would in habit a heaven or hell without full understanding of others. A evil person is in hell because of some misdeeds. It is because he or she has been shown what is good. But has chosen to deny the lessons learned. So under God's laws of physics in love. That person can exist in Hell. For if not then Hell would be a lie and cease to exist along with God and everything else. The same goes for a good soul. Having witness Evil at one point he/she chose good therefore they can exist in Heaven.
Example of this is Yesu being sent to hell for three days. Before proceeding to heaven.
Could you appreciate the light if you only knew darkness!
We! Our souls are recycled to learn lessons. And to experience new things.
So we can much more appreciate what God has to offer. Becuase he respects our Will's. And provides for us a way to have an educating tool,(reincarnation.), in which to arrive at an informed decision on which way to approach our salvation.
It is not a number game to try and get as many souls to conform with a religious faction. It is leading by example which is going about God's business.Too much religious jargon,(comments), and throwing doctrine around. Just leads to exhaustion ,Information overload coupled with boredom. And more often than not people are turned a way from Organize religion and lost to God.
And in those reincarnated lives .We may be born to a life whose culture may be different from others or the last one you lived. Such as Hinduism or some other ones or types. That way our souls can arrive on the last day cleaned and without prejudicial baggage.
Another ancient religion was the Druids. Even in ancient times the Celtic druids knew of the coming of Yesu (Jesus). A reading from the ancient Celtic Triads is:
The Lord our God is one.Lift up your heads, O ye gates, and beye lift up, ye everlasting doors, and theKing of Glory shall come in.Who is the King of Glory? The Lord Yesu;He is the King of Glory.
How the Druidic wizards knew the consecrated name so long beforehand (predating Jesus' appearance on earth by more than 500 years) is indeed a mystery in itself. The name "Yesu" was incorporated in the Druidic Trinity as the Godhead. In Britain the name Jesus never assumed its Greek or Latin form. It was always the pure Celtic "Yesu;" it never changed. :)
Articus, Hindu -- taken on its merits -- is utterly ludicrous. All of its gods and goddesses are made by people, therefore, Hindus worship the creation and strictly ignore the Creator. Our Creator remains unseen, and by necessity, He remains out of the picture. The rationale is complex, but that is what gives it soundness instead of superstition.
More importantly, Hindu doctrine ascribes to their idols magical powers that people must all fear -- or face the wrath of such as the Thuggee sect of Hindu. In short, Hindu has repeatedly proven itself only a codified superstition, so full of contradiction that no rational person can take it seriously. Islam suffers basically the same limitation.
The innumerable logical contradictions associated with pagan religions renders their beliefs moot. However, that does not apply to faith, which does not occur in Hindu -- in any form.
Christianity suffers no such limitation as Hindu because we break with all superstition -- particularly atheist superstition -- and find our way to our Creator. Hindu deviates from that absolutely and randomly, hence, they make no discoveries whatsoever: it is pure sanctimonious dogma, proved by their actions 100%. As we explode the myths of Hindu, we find that it is purely an artificial doctrine, without any basis in fact.
Christ showed us, by the use of genuine miracles, that He told us the truth: we have DIRECT access to the Creator, through Jesus. Hindu can make no such claim without lying.
Christianity is not to be mistaken for religion: we instead have a RELATIONSHIP. Carl Sagan (of my long personal acquaintance) was a devout Hindu but as we looked into it a little more closely, the reason Sagan espoused Hindu at all was that it was as false and abrasive as Sagan's actual cult belief -- atheism.
Hence, we see very clearly that Hindu really is the codified superstition that it appears. But rather than get into an argument, here is one way (of infinite) to settle the matter of Hindu 100%, mathematically and logically.
All philosophies (particularly as they bear on the spiritual aspects of living) must undergo a process that philosophers and scientists call falsification. That means, we see if it is either true, false, or what elements of the idea are true or false.
Over the years, we have subjected Hindu, Islam, Buddhism, Judiasm, Confuscianism, satanism, and atheism, to the tests of reasonable falsification. Only two have passed the tests as true: Judiasm and Christianity. Nothing else has survived these tests, and to date, they have survived intact.
There must be a thousand variants on pagan belief, but none pass the test of truth. That is why Saint Patrick was able to get the Celts, Druids, Feinians, Picts, and Scots to reconsider their former beliefs, which they discarded in favor of Christianity on due logical consideration.
Atheism and Hindu are utterly irrational, proven false, and will remain so.
Druids are fearless, to say the least. But their fearlessness is the same as that of genuine Christians based on the same correct rationale: that God has scant little respect for cowards. Come to think of it, I have considerably less respect for cowards than does God.
Re-examine your thoughts concerning Druid belief: they did not believe in reincarnation: rather, they believed in redemption. Their spirits on bodily death would transfer to another creature until their alloted time on earth had been served.
When Saint Patrick preached Christianity to the Druids, they sensed that the fearlessness of genuine Christians applied to them as well. There will always be "wannabe" Christians, who go to Church but never really accept the truth. But the truth remains regardless.
Now, Hindu teaches one error that is so utterly ridiculous that any five year old can explode that myth instantly: Hindu teaches that Heaven and hell are static. Obviously, such ignorance is so thin that no rational person would accept it.
You will find that Heaven is a fully active community of persons who have proven themselves worthy of redemption on this planet and an infinity more that are nothing like it. Of course, Hindu teaches that life cannot possibly exist as anything other than confinement to a moral body, which error is so obvious that no scientist ever accepted such dogma.
As all men of faith have always known intuitively, confinement to a body is the sentence of a court of justice. Once we have served our sentence, our debt is paid, and we go on free of this physical confinement. In short, we return to the realm of fully active spirits, in the time dimension, free of any restraint whatsoever.
Hindu dogma cannot answer that dillemma, therefore, must resort back to argument by Vedic authority, which of course places Hindu in the same bucket of philosophical and scientific discredit as atheism.
However, I concur with you that Hindu accurartely exposes all pagan belief as completely invalid. All of reason, all of science, and all of insight, concur.
Hindu never held anything for me. Life is rough any way you look at it, but going through it again and again would be so cruel that only the devil could think THAT one up.
Maybe you made such a mess of your life that you hope to come back and straighten it out. Not going to happen. The same spirit can only make the same mistakes.
Reincarnation would be like going through the first grade a thousand times and never graduate.
Hindu makes no sense at all. Might as well be atheist.
Harley Spirit, Hindu is indeed the pit of cruelty: first its cruel pretext that their people speak for God, then their denials of God, then their denials of all we have found true, make Hindu the most arrogant thing this planet has ever seen.
If Mohandas Gandhi could find more to recommend Islam than Hindu, then we see how far below norms Hindu truly is.
Even Gandhi quoted Jesus in preference to Islam or Hindu. That is because Jesus makes a lot more sense and has proved His case with miracles whereas Hindu and Islam lack these essential verifiers of historical authenticity.