Prodigies on god

Etyptian-Hindu-Jewish theology (table)
A synopsis of the morph of Nun + Ra based Egyptian mythology (Anunian theology) into Hindu mythology (Hinduism), and both of these as a syncretism morph into Jewish mythology (Judaism), and this into Christian mythology (Christianity), a belief system that currently dominates 75 to 88 percent of the world's religious beliefs.
In genius studies, prodigies on god refers to religious beliefs, faiths, creeds (e.g. atheist's creed), if any, and or conversely agnostic, humanist, secular, proto-atheist, or atheist views of child prodigies, who, of peculiar nature, are born into a world with an accelerated ability to process new knowledge, which conflicts with ancient knowledge, which is mythological based, and therein a heightened sense of confusion may arise, particularly when it comes to those able to process thermodynamics, as applicable to the humanities, e.g. James Maxwell, William Sidis, Christopher Hirata, or Luis Arroyo, which is the replacement for the sun god belief systems, i.e. Abrahamic theology or Brahamic theology, presently dominating the basic foundation of the world religions, as taught in the form of Abraham or Brahma, both of which are Ra the sun god transmogrifications. [N1]

The following shows the 2002 world religions according to Egyptian mythology classification:

Abraham-Brahma faiths (table)
A standing rule, concerning 200+ IQs, particularly for those born after 1895, a belief in god or gods is an automatic disqualification from the 200+ IQ range. This question, in fact, should be the first question asked on any standard high IQ test, whereby an answer of “yes” would result in an unequivocal 15% reduction in the final IQ score. The reason for this is that one’s opinion on the matter of religion, and particularly on the great ‘theory of god’, is a huge demarcation or insight into one’s intellectual framework. God is humankind’s oldest scientific theory, conceived by genius men of olden days. Subsequently, if one is a true modern-day genius, it is a matter of duty to question everything, especially those most established ideas. The theory is so dominant, that, in fact, at a minimum, seventy-two percent of the world's population currently believe this theory.

The theory of god serves its purpose for the masses, but for the all-knowledgeable genius, prior to the early 19th century, one may have been excused for adherence to the theory of god, in its various forms, but after 1822, the year in which the cryptic Rosetta stone was deciphered by English physicist Thomas Young, after which it was possible to see clearly that the main tenets of the major modern day religions (Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, etc.) were simply reformulated Egyptian mythology, particularly the story of the birth of the sun god Ra out of the water or chaos of beginning god Nu, and the afterlife, rebirth, and reincarnation theories that followed:

This issue of religious syncretism became even clearer to the inquisitive genius reader when in 1895 Egyptologist Wallis Budge published The Egyptian Book of the Dead (Papyrus of Ani), wherein after “untold numbers of people began to write books, papers, and dissertations on the parallels between Jesus and Osiris (Ra’s great grandson). [54] The issue of the Egyptian origin to the modern world religions can be said to have solidified, without doubt, after the publication of American religious scholar and Egyptologist Gary Greenberg’s 2000 101 Myths of the Bible, wherein he steps through ever story in the Bible and shows the original Egyptian version (Pyramid texts + Coffin texts), from which these stories (Bible, Koran, Rig Vida, etc.) originated. [55] Beyond this the modern "human molecule" view of human existence, from which humans are of the same family as hydrogen atoms, would forever would act to inter the age-old theory of god, along with other now defunct scientific theories, including: vitalism, caloric theory, flat earth theory, spontaneous generation, and life, in the mind of the true modern universal genius.

Prodigy | Beliefs
In this context, the following opinions on the theory of god, expressed by the listed 200+ IQ group, gives a creditable intellectual litmus test as to the truthfulness of each person's estimated IQ:

Religious Beliefs

Goethe 75 (age 38)Johann Goethe
180-225 ● At age 21, at the University of Strasbourg, completing a dissertation (rejected on the grounds that it was unorthodox) on “The Legislature, On the Power of the Magistrate to Determine Religion and Culture”, in which he contended, among other things, that “Jesus Christ is not the author of Christianity, but rather a subject composed by a number of wise men and that Christian religion is merely a rational, political institution.” [65] pass

SidisWilliam Sidis
200-300● At age 6, was a confirmed atheist. [60]
● At age 21, when asked in court if he believed in god, he replied “No” and clarified that evolution was his god; when pressed further about this he stated that he did not believe in the “big boss of the Christians”, but that he did believe in something “that is in a way apart from a human being”. [60]

Einstein 75 (older)Albert Einstein
160-225● At age 75, gave his opinion that “the word of God is nothing more than an expression of human weakness"; described the Bible as “pretty childish”; and stated that “all religions are incarnations of the most childish superstitions.” [56]pass

Maxwell 75James Maxwell
190-205● At age 48, in his last year (the same age his mother passed from the same infliction [stomach cancer] he would pass from), wrote out his final private thoughts about the relationship of science and religion, the soul, choice and chance, and death and eternity his is riddle poem “A Paradoxical Ode”. ?

CurieMarie Curie
180-200● At age 11, after both her mother and oldest sister had died (from tuberculosis and typhus, respectively), she fell into a profound depression and concluded that God did not exist. [64] pass

Voltaire 75Voltaire
190-200● Quote: “I want my lawyer, my tailor, my servants, even my wife to believe in God, because it means that I shall be cheated and robbed and cuckolded less often. ... If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.” pass

Michael KearneyMichael Kearney
200-325 ● At age 21, commented: “You have to be focused on the things that make you a human and not a golden god. You have to focus on just living.” (link) ?

Marnen Laibow-Koser 75Marnen Laibow-Koser
268● At age 4, engaged in “mystical behavior”; saw his recently deceased Aunt Bessie being carried up an a flight of stairs, assisted by two old ladies, while at the funeral reception (although no one else could see these invisible stairs or invisible ladies), but supposedly described Bessie’s funeral dress and arrangement exactly and communicated with her, even though he had never really met here (Nature’s Gambit, pgs. 187-203).
● At age 34, stated "once again, God / the universe / whatever has reminded me that you get what you want (or what you think you want) when you're not really looking for it." (link)

Christopher LanganChristopher Langan
174-210 ● Began to question god as a child; later returned to god, and is currently writing a treatise called the cognitive theoretic model of the universe, a type of intelligent design themed argument for the existence of god.
● At age 48, commented “Regarding evolution and creationism, the linkage is simple: Biblical accounts of the genesis of our world and species are true but metaphorical, our task is to correctly decipher the metaphor in light of scientific evidence also given to us by God.” (link)

Sho YanoSho Yano
200 ● Name means “happiness with god” (link).
● At age 14, commented that “I’m gifted. I got my gift from God, and I think I better not waste it” (link).

Grost 75Michael Grost
200 ● Grost mostly likely believes in god. In the biographical book of him (Genius in Residence, 1970) written by his mother, when he was 16 (and old enough to object), the first page opens to a description of describing Michael as a “miracle of God”, and the last page concludes with “may we offer those successes my son has experienced in the past, and God willing, those successes he may experience in the future …” fail

Savant 75Marilyn vos Savant
186-228 ● Quote: “Suppose you have bet on horse number 1 in a 3 horse race in which there is no favorite. After you have placed your bet, omniscient god, who, of course, knows the horse destined to win and how you have bet tells you, ‘It’s not going to be horse number 3’. Depending on God’s other attributes, e.g. whether God seeks to guide people towards the right decisions, you should probably switch to horse 2 if you have the opportunity.” (link)
● Quote: “Religions cannot be proved true intellectually. They come from the heart—and your parents—not the mind.” (link)

Rick RosnerRick Rosner
140-250 ● At age 7, in his own words, “when my parents returned, they found me spinning clockwise (so that I wouldn't accidentally travel backwards in time) and chanting to God. I was taken to a child psychiatrist and given more IQ tests, including parts of a Stanford-Binet.” [59] fail

Naida CamukovaNaida Camukova (c.1976-)140-200● Believes in God and creation; has read the Koran multiple times, and re-reads it frequently; uses phrases such as “God willing”, etc. (link). fail

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See also
Prodigies and calculus
Religion and intelligence

N1. Note: This page started, on 19 Oct 2016, as a paste from the “Prodigies | God” section of the IQ: 200+ page, after finding 2014 discussions of Christopher Hirata’s 13 Oct 2013 Facebook post about how he recited the Lord’s prayer to a homeless person in Colorado. [1] The page may also have origin influence from Thims 18 Oct 2016 application letter for the Chair of the Appignani Atheism Chair, wherein commentary on Puerto Rican child prodigy Luis Arroyo’s age 20 MS physics thesis “A Thermal Model of the Economy”, and how at age 15 he was interviewed about his Jehovah’s Witness beliefs in respect to science.

1. (a) Christopher Michael Hirata – Facebook.
(b) Tim. (2014). “Of 10 highest IQ’s on earth, at least 8 are Theists, at least 6 are Christians:” (Ѻ), Eternal Vigilance, Blog, Jul 12.
(c) TrollSponge. (2014). Out of the World’s 30 Smartest People: 11 atheists, 1 deist, 10 theists, 8 not known” (Ѻ),, Forum, Nov 14.

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