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In early human history, Man looked up to Heaven and struggled with morality, i.e… being good. At that time the Lord introduced himself by His name. Like the affection and pride that a Father feels when his infant child first looks up recognizes him, and says his name, the Lord felt great affection for Man in early human history, such as when story of the Mahabharata took place.

Later Man worshipped GaneshivaDeva-the Devil and the Danavas or Gods and Goddesses who are always loyal to the Creator thought Man was ungrateful to Him, and that of man is pumsam(or as being lower than the dirt that the snake crawls upon). Nevertheless, the Lord did not decide to destroy Man because he remembered Man in his infancy and the great affection he once had for Him.

The Lord teaches Men to crawl before they can walk. He teaches Man as human society advances. The Lord raised Man from the apes and taught him to walk upright. The Devil could not have done what the Lord had done, yet Man turned against the Lord. The Devil makes Man confess his evilness, beg before his eternal majesty for forgiveness and crawl on his knees all over again.

The Garden of Eden:

There were two important Trees in the Garden of Eden, viz. The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, which is the Lord Shiva, and the Tree of Life, which is the Lord, and not a third. Jehovah-Ganesha placed flaming swords and fierce Cherubim in the way to guard the path to the Lord because Man had become evil and corrupt and so were no longer permitted to worship the Lord, and get eternal life in Heaven. Jehovah-Ganesha’s job is to prevent you from getting to the Lord because man turned against the Lord and so were prohibited from eternal life in Heaven. That is why Almighty, i.e. very large like an elephant, God stops you from going any farther than the material world. That’s his job.

Explanation of the Fall of Man:

  The Lord Created Man and Man worshipped the Lord, the world was good.

  Man worshipped the Devil and the world became bad.

Summation Against Mankind:

The Lord Created Life because it made him happy. When Man is cruel to his children (including most higher animals) or does evil, it makes him unhappy.

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