Thursday, 19 February 2009

Brahma = trinity

Now Brahma is a god with three heads. Deosnt this sound suspiciously like the trinity? Im sure consintine had Brahma at the back of his mind at the council of nicea.

7 comments:

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

you know according to Dante Satan has three heads

Therefore Brahma=Satan.

I'v now proven that all other religions are actually secretly worshiping Satan.

John W. Locust said...

'you know according to Dante Satan has three heads"

Pffft....so????? How does that answer Mike's argument? Are you daft?

I for one happen to KNOW that the correlations are almost exact, making plagarism the only probable possibility. The functioning heads of Brahma also almost directly parallel to the Christian trinity. Unfortunately at this moment,I am unable to memorize the Hindu trinity, so you'll have to take my word for it. Sometimes debating and sharpening on the philosophical profession is tiring enough to the point where you may just sound like a blabbering idiot. Ya' know?

Best wishes,

- John

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

Pffft....so????? How does that answer Mike's argument? Are you daft?

It doesnt, that was sarcasm. I thought my comment about 'all other relgions secretly worshiping Satan' would make that obvious.

Since the doctrine of the Trinity does NOT teach God has three heads, the comparson is idiodic.

My point is, if you strain hard enough you can find a corrilation between any concepts/beliefs.

John W. Locust said...

"It doesnt, that was sarcasm. I thought my comment about 'all other relgions secretly worshiping Satan' would make that obvious."

Yeah well...uh...it didn't. Maybe if you said "yeah well, I'm really just shitting you" things would have gone by allot better, and understanding would have been fostered. Instead you didn't specify yourself enough so that when certain people come along and can't understand whether you're a good or bad guy, then you pounce on them like a ravenous jaguar. Why is it I have to explain simple details to people? Sheesh.

I wish I had more time to speak but I have to go and re-inflate Mrs. Spankingsworth. It's been almost a month since our last sexual encounter, and, well, I'm horny...

- John

Jack Asterson said...

Good observation.

Christianity has borrowed from many religions. "Yahweh" is really just Yaw, the dragon son of El, from Caninition mythology, for example, so it wouldn't surprise me at all to learn that Brahma was plagiarized as well.

FiFi said...

Brahma is made up of Siva, Vishnu and Brahman (not 100% if I got Brahma and Brahman round the right way there actually). Its similarity with the Holy Trinity was discussed when I did that at GCSE Religious Studies.

Not that that makes me any kind of expert as this was some 15 or so years ago now!

John W. Locust said...

One of these days there's going to be some sort of biological mutation and then something pops up with three foreskins on one single penis. Now that would be an interesting site!

Of course, Christians might use this to prove that the concept of the trinity generally applies anywhere, but if this is true, then how do they know that it's not all made up.

You're an intelligent man, Mike. Let me know if you need assistance in arguing.