Hinduism i just realized is the most chilled reilgion cause it's the only damn 1 that makes some sense

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A lot of physics agree's on monistic idealism which is Hinduism.

Point 1 space time seems to be emergent from hilbert space and quantum information meaning digital data bits quanta parts. https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/JHEP10(2012)106.pdf
2 here is the cooler part we can see our minds being emergent from quantum information the same way the universe.
3 the universe functions very similarly to the quantum information from the start of the universe look up orch or https://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0007006
4 if the universe is emergent from from hilbert space and quantum information and it follows eerily similar to the human mind we can start to extrapolate this is some sort of a god mind.
6 monistic idealism entails and we are all in gods dream.

Lets look at the Vedas space time is emergent from consciousness or supreme atman we will call god this entire universe would be emergent from a god mind in fact the vedas go even deeper as far as to say the universe is much older than what was once assumed Hinduism so far is the only damn religion that sounds scientifically comparable inherently without fucking with the doctrine a weak panenthiesm if 1 wills
 
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Buddhism more sense. No creator. Impermanence of everything
 
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Buddhism more sense. No creator. Impermanence of everything


I like the conception of the god mind tbh it gets rid of the heaven and hell bullshit and it makes life somewhat bearable cause if such a being exists in the form of panenthiesm in theory if we are platonic forms we can commune with the god mind
 
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didn't read but seems high iq
 
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hinduism is cope
 
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Over for hinducels
 
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I like the conception of the god mind tbh it gets rid of the heaven and hell bullshit and it makes life somewhat bearable cause if such a being exists in the form of panenthiesm in theory if we are platonic forms we can commune with the god mind
Impermanent heavens and hells, and even impermanent gods are compatible with buddhism
 
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I read the Rig Veda recently, it was very interesting. I might actually end up embracing Hinduism someday because it comes the closest to what I personally desire from a religion. Many of the texts were agnostic in nature and basically told you that no one can really know about the creation of the world or the origin of the gods which is very different from the nature of the Abrahamic scriptures.
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Actually, the first Hindus didn't have any issue with eating cows or animals in general. Veganism was an aspect of pre-Aryan Indian religions that later got re-introduced into Hinduism. Sacrificing animals and then eating their meat was a very important aspect of Indo-Aryan religions.
 
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I read the Rig Veda recently, it was very interesting. I might actually end up embracing Hinduism someday because it comes the closest to what I personally desire from a religion. Many of the texts were agnostic in nature and basically told you that no one can really know about the creation of the world or the origin of the gods which is very different from the nature of the Abrahamic scriptures.

Actually, the first Hindus didn't have any issue with eating cows or animals in general. Veganism was an aspect of pre-Aryan Indian religions that later got re-introduced into Hinduism. Sacrificing animals and then eating their meat was a very important aspect of Indo-Aryan religions.


It's the only interesting reilgion that doesn't rely on bullshit
 
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They have 33 million gods, its a pagan idolatry religion which copied the mesopotamian one
 
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It's the only interesting reilgion that doesn't rely on bullshit
I wouldn't go that far but it's certainly more interesting than some of the more conventional religions.
They have 33 million gods, its a pagan idolatry religion which copied the mesopotamian one
All their gods are meant to be manifestations of the one true god Brahman, this goes for most polytheist religions and is something monotheists often naively misunderstand. For example, this is the case in Shintoism as well which has an uncountable amount of gods who are all just different manifestations of Kami-sama.

They did not copy anything from Mesopotamia. The pre-Islamic Iranians used the same names for some of their gods and spirits but this is because they were also descended from Indo-Aryans (which is where the name 'Iran' comes from). Essentially, all Indo-Aryan religions which would include Germanic and Roman Paganism could be seen as the same religions but with different names attached to the various gods.

This guy does a good job explaining Indo-Aryan theology if you're interested in learning more:
 
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They copied paganism from nimrod, nimrod started it all


If nimrod existed also no the hindu's didn't later interpretations mixed in but the original view was monistic idealism
 
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I wouldn't go that far but it's certainly more interesting than some of the more conventional religions.

All their gods are meant to be manifestations of the one true god Brahman, this goes for most polytheist religions and is something monotheists often naively misunderstand. For example, this is the case in Shintoism as well which has an uncountable amount of gods who are all just different manifestations of Kami-sama.

They did not copy anything from Mesopotamia. The pre-Islamic Iranians used the same names for some of their gods and spirits but this is because they were also descended from Indo-Aryans (which is where the name 'Iran' comes from). Essentially, all Indo-Aryan religions which would include Germanic and Roman Paganism could be seen as the same religions but with different names attached to the various gods.

This guy does a good job explaining Indo-Aryan theology if you're interested in learning more:


Stop putting those fake bastards next to the great GOD God is not god it is much greater than these fake deities the main idea atleast in my theology is monistic idealism pure monothiesm fuck the exsistance of other gods
 
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