posted on Nov, 6 2016 @ 02:42 AM
originally posted by: Whaler
It turns out that Ganesha is actually an evil spirit!
Can the god be blamed for the the 'evil' done by men in his name? Isn't there an element of balance to be seen, what if he has done far more good
Ganesha is the god of practical wisdom, so of the application of knowledge in doing
, a problem solver. He gets around difficulties, leads us
through hardships to better times. Of all the wisdom gods, Ganesha, Lord of the Gana (artisans), is my favourite, mostly because his steed is a
mouse, and mice and fish are my totems (by choice and design). He won his wives with his fantastic power of recall, you know? Because elephants,
big, brained gray beasts that they are, never forget. Which is why he needs a mouse, their memories are too poor, which is what makes them fierce
explorers, too stupid to be scared.