B-ra-hma-ic theologies

In religions, B-ra-hma-ic theologies, a subset of Ra theology, refers to the set of religions centered around the theory that all humans are descendant from the creator god Brahma, the Vedic version (1000BC) of the family structure of Egyptian sun god Ra, whose name reads etymologically as ‘Father (B) – Ra (ra) – son of Nun (hma)’, which includes the following modern-day religions: [1]

Brahmaic religionsWorld beliefs

B-ra-hma-ic faiths:BrahmaHindu 13%, Buddism 6%, Sikhism 0.4%, and Jainism 0.07%.20%

The morality system practiced in these religions is a cyclical reincarnation version of the negative confessions morality system.

1. Thims, Libb. (2003). Human Thermodynamics, Volume 3. Unpublished manuscript. IoHT publications.

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