a reply to: Whaler
I wonder what your agenda or just simple reason for wanting to call what a culture you probably don't belong calls a God an evil spirit.
You have literally no evidence just some theory that sounds pretty lame to me.
It reminds me of the false association of the God of the Yazidis Melek Taus with Azazel based on an error of misunderstanding in language,
similarities in sound mistaken to mean the same angel is Azazel and everyone assumes it's true.
Or the Parsee Zoroastrians worship fire, a lie not even Eusebius would tell, explaining the misunderstanding being Nimrod was assumed to be identical
with Zoroaster as well as they keep a flame lit for eternity in each Temple.
How anyone could mistake righteous Zarathustra aka Zoroaster for the evil Babylonian Rephaim and King of the known world after the flood, son of Cush
of Ham son of Noah.
Zoroaster was the Persian Prophet of the one God Ahura Mazda and Judaism owes a great deal to him.
Which actually is true for the Temple in the Bible at least at one point so I think it was a silly thing to say, possibly the Greeks misunderstood as
they called Mazda, Zeus, although that might just be a good mythological comparison.
Or the endless lies about people worshipping Satan. Basically anyone not Christian is worshipping a demon or lead astray by one who is not a
Christian, in Christian thought with the sometimes exceptions of Abrahamic monotheism and the Unitarians who discriminate nobody.
Always a conspiracy theory about demons with some people I guess who could be made to understand these polytheistic gods are angels with a High God
Vishnu is a God as is Kali along with Brahma to equal the Father and Son and Spirit of Christians "Trinity"
The lesser gods are archangels and other lesser angels as there are orders of angels and even disembodied souls of the children of angels who are
called demons in Christianity.
It's like saying to a Christian '' You worship Samael or Satan or Asmodeus", what is going on with the OP.
edit on 14-2-2017 by
irenialilivenka because: (no reason given)