Ok so, I have been doing a bit of studying on this but it gets confusing lol. They seem to be sort of like the Egyptians once believed where there was one main god but he could come as many forms and I saw something about a trinity. Does anyone know anything about that who could possibly clear it up?Answer Question
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Answer by pixie_trix at 4:04 PM on Jun. 2, 2011
Which when you break down the 6, all lead back to Brahma.Brahma is the base if you will, the source of all creation. Brahma is the head of the trinity and is the beginning and end of all in creation including all the aspects of the Gods/Goddesses, and even the universe itself. Brahma is the very universe itself. Some text describe the universe as a being a pore of Brahma,this is of course using the imagry of Brahma as a being with a physical body, and equating a pore of the skin as to show the size of the universe compared to the vastness off Bhrama.
So in essence. Brahma is the source of all, the One Universal Creator.. Vishnu and Shiva are the aspects of Brahma that make up the trinity. All the other Gods/Goddesses of the pantheon are aspects of the Trinity and their consorts.
Answer by pixie_trix at 4:11 PM on Jun. 2, 2011
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