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NO YOU ARE THE ONE WHO IS WRONG

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Submitted by Pamodha (United Kingdom), Jun 20, 2008 at 19:52

Tantra is a way of worshipping sex so obviously there is spiritual sex in Hinduism. Sacrifices in Hinduism is not like in other religions. Hindu sacrifices involve slaghtering of large numbers of animals either in 100s or maybe in 1000s. Ashvameda sacrifice involves necrophilia and usage of abusive language.

The lives of the Hindu pagan gods are also immoral and pervert in nature. When Shiva nad Parvati were getting married they were walking around the fire. Shiva saw Parvati's thighs and got an erection and ejaculated onto the fire. With the combination of Shiva's semen and fire rose the rishis. A very filthy story especially for a religious story. Brahma had a zoophilic act with a bear. Krishna was once ontop of a tree observing girls having a bath in the river. He stole their clothes and told them to come out of the water with their hands up high so that horny Krishna could clearly see their private parts. Rama also had sexual desire towards Sita...

Even the good things in Hinduism (karma, reincarnation, ahimsa) are thought not to be originally from Hinduism but borrowed from other Indian religions (eg. Jainism , Buddhism). Hinduism boasts itself as the oldest religion but this is not a 100% true. During the Buddha's time the so-called Hinduism was just a 'bag of cults' with primitive outdated pagan beliefs which was a lot diifferent to the 'Hinduism' that is practiced today. The pagan gods vishnu, shiva, skanda are in the puranas that were stories made in during the Middle Ages. As you can see Hinduism is a 'bag of unrelated cults' that have progressively undergone reformations to make up what Hinduism is what it apears to be today.

There are numerous things that are defective about this religion. Bad morals, prostitution, sexual deviancy, self-contradictions... u name it Hinduism a demonic cult.

And you also said what the Buddha will think about me critising Hinduism. I will have no idea what he will think about this. I am doing this because I know I am doing the right thing. The Buddha's teachings heavily contradicted the vedas and indian paganism. One of the things that the Lord Buddha may have wanted was to eradicated the caste system by eradicating the satanic ideology behind it; the so-called 'Hinduism' back then.

Try and leave Hinduism now if you can. there is no radiance in this. It is utter madness!

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