The Legend of Zelda took inspiration from Christianity. In the original Legend of Zelda, Link had a Red Cross on his shield like The Christian
Crusaders. In the original Japanese text of the game, The Book of Magic that lets Link shoot fire against the monsters, was called "The Bible". Even
in the American release of the game, The Cross is still on the book. There are Churches in Zelda II: The Adventures of Link. In the third Legend of
Zelda: A Link To The Past, the sanctuary is called a Church in the original Japanese text of the game and the sage is called a priest.
In official artwork from Nintendo for the Japanese Manual for A Link To The Past, Link is seen praying near a crucifix and a statue of a woman holding
a baby (probably Mother Mary). Because it was too controversial too have religious symbols in video games, over time, less Christian references
appeared in Zelda.
In the lore of The Legend of Zelda, there are the three goddesses that are one and are symbolized in The Triforce. This is a reference to The
Christian Trinity of God The Father, God The Son, and God The Holy Spirit being one as The Holy Trinity.
These three goddesses appear as one symbolized in The Triforce. Together, there are revealed as one goddesses who is Hylia, just like The Trinity is
revealed through Jesus Christ who has The Holy Spirit and God The Father with Him. They are symbolized by Power, Wisdom, and Courage. God The Father
would be The Wisdom since The Father knows all things. God The Holy Spirit would be The Power of God's Holiness of Love and Mercy, and God The Son
would be The Courage since He suffers and sacrifices His Life to defeat the prince of darkness who is satan, in order to save the world.
The Son has The Courage to suffer in order to defeat the prince of darkness who is satan. The Master Sword that is empowered by The Triforce,
represents The Sword of Truth which is The Word of God. It is Link with The Master Sword that defeated Ganon. It is God The Son as The Word of God
that defeated satan.
Ganon appeared as a man (Ganondorf), but really he was the beast "Ganon". He comes from the desert tribe of thieves who are called "The Gerudo". He
seeks to destroy and conquer. He does not care for The Triforece except to misuse it to bring destruction instead of Peace. The Gerudo Tribe had the
symbol of the crescent moon like Muslims. This is a reference to the conflict between Muslims who seek to conquer and reject Jesus Christ as Lord and
those Christians who have The Power of The Holy Trinity with them through The Lord Jesus Christ by Love and Grace and Faith.
The Wisdom of God is also symbolized as a woman. In The Book of Proverbs, The Wisdom of God is called Chokhmah (or in The Greek translation, she is
This is The Symbolism of Christian things in The Legend of Zelda.
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