posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 08:21 PM
Originally posted by NihilistSanta
Did you have a chance to look at any of his archeological evidence presented? Ninans
I did, indeed. He shows the Buddhist temples but says there aren't any Hindu temples.
It is true there aren't any stone temples. I do, however, see archaeological references to mud brick temples and wooden temples. Other references
are... apparently his own ideas:
Tatpurusha-Mahadeva, (Self Existent Great God)
Vamadeva-Uma (feminine - right side), (The Right Hand Lady God) and
Aghora-Bhairava (Masculine Fierce - left side).
This is heavily reminiscent of Hebrew Kabala.
If you know the Kabala, his last statement is a "huh?" head-scratcher. The Three-forms of god in one god is a Christian concept (trinity) but not a
The rest of the text has similar problems.
Now, I think I could probably find temples and statues that would contradict him, but I suspect he is not open to being questioned about this. His
other books and papers on Christianity are interesting but again a very biased telling of the story.
It's hard to be objective (even if you are a scientist) with something you dearly believe in.
...this is why you have your papers reviewed. Or, rather, it's why I have MY papers reviewed by people who aren't emotionally attached to an
edit on 9-11-2012 by Byrd because: (no reason given)