This is God's Final Solution to all the violence throughout the centuries caused by Abrahamic religionists. Hindu gods lost in translation: Brahma, the Hindu God of Creation, is Abraham. Sarasvati, the Hindu Goddess of knowledge and wisdom and consort to Brahma, is Sarah, Abraham's wife. I first came across the idea that Abraham and Brahma might be connected around 1999 but can't remember exactly where I saw it other than remembering doing an internet search on something and coming up with a site with this information. The site I think also connected Hammarabi to Abraham to Brahma as all variants of the same person. In Hebrew, the names for Brahma and Abraham would be written the same way: BRHM, with the vowels excluded. But Krishna sounds and looks like Christ, so what of the similarity? And I put this information on my mental back burner until debating with Muslims on internet talkboards several years later and again ran across another Abraham-Brahma connection checking out some Hindu Vedic sites countering Islamic doctrines. According to Sword of Truth, a Hindu Vedic website opposing Islam, Muhammad in his illiteracy, mistook the Meccan's Arabic Vedic worship of Brahma for honoring of the patriarch, Abraham. The site claimed Muhammad's Islam has all sorts of Arabic Vedic worship connected with it, e.g. the Black Stone left alone of all the idols Muhammad destroyed in the Cabaa because it was part of his family's Shiva worship. The Black Stone is known as a "shivaling" to Hindus. They claimed even Muhammad's name derived from Hindu "Mahadeva" worship. This information did register with me and went into the Achilles Heel catagory for Muhammad's Islam which you can read in the New Islam chapter. But at the time I didn't go any farther than that researching this Hindu Vedic connection to Islam. It wasn't until I ran across Gene Matlock's article connecting Abraham and Sara directly to Brahma and Saraisvati. Matlock uses the "Saraisvati" spelling of "Sarasvati" and I've seen his spelling of it posted on Hindu sites without complaint so I guess it can be so spelled. It certainly makes the linguistic connection even closer to Sarah, who was "Sarai" before God changed her name as They did Abraham's--from Abram to Abraham. Gene Matlock's arguments for the Abraham/Sarah connection to Brahma/Saraisvati was utterly convincing to me after I did a Wikipedia search on the history of the Sarasvati River for whom the Goddess Saraisvati is named. Once anyone who reads the Wikipedia material on the Hindu god and goddess, Brahma and Sarasvati, with any normal degree of objectivity and then learns about the history of the Sarasvati River and the ancient Brahmin community that moved out of the finally dry Sarasvati river system..well, it's all over. The End Times information destroying the foundational stories of the Abrahamic faiths has arrived. Matlock's article contains other sources within it so all this information about the Vedic roots of Abraham has been floating around in the cosmic Library but only now does it seem to be reaching minds that are responding appropriately. I will try to summarize both Matlock's and Wikipedia's information here while specific references are to be found in their articles posted below. What's in a name? Hindu Gods and Goddesses lost in translation Matlock traces the connection between Abraham and Brahma linguistically and through study of the historical movements of ancient Indians out the Sarasvati river watershed. I could easily see how "Brahma" could be an anagram of "Abram" or "Abraham". Also with the name Saraisvati or Sarasvati being simliar to Sarah and Sarai. But like police wisdom when ferreting out truthful information about a crime, it's in knowledge of the little hidden details that truth from lies is revealed...those little hidden details--such as: Knowing that in the Jewish Torah stories when a new god is introduced when a significant birth happens and/or a change of names occurs, e.g. the creation of Adam and Eve. Knowing when the Angel of God in the Bush tells Moses that that "Our" name is I AM yet it is the old name of EL that dropped from direct referral to God to be superseded by Yahweh. Knowing that Pauline Christianity's heavy hitters each go through a change of names at the advent of the new Christ god, Jesus. Simon becomes Peter, Saul becomes Paul. Abram becomes Abraham, the father of many nations while Sarai becomes Sarah, miraculously bearing Isaac in her barren old age. God's are being switched around in these stories. Brahma is said also to be the son of the Supreme Being, Brahman. This relations of Son of God to God is the basis of the Messiah's relationship to God in the Abrahamic religions. Brahma is the lord of sacrifices. Brahma is associated with the sun and saturn. The Sabbath on Saturn's Day is holy to Jews. "There are actually two 'Brahmas'. In this aspect, and according to Vedas, both Sun and Saturn are considered Brahmas. However, note that Sun and Saturn are worst enemies. According to Parasara, who explained and expanded the science of Jyotish, Sun is the Brahma of what can be termed "unborn souls." However, since that means that the life-form (born individual, animal, etc.) must die (in order to be unborn), Sun is also known as the Mahesha of the living things. Therefore, Sun gives birth to body-less souls (after killing) and therefore he is the Brahma who gives "Moksha" or "Nirvana" (Buddhism). Saturn on the other hand, seduces unborn souls towards (again) rebirth. Therefore, Saturn is Brahma of those who are born. Brahmins usually do not worship Saturn, because since Saturn is the creator of all life (on our planet - as in born souls), even his wife is created by him (Saraswati), and therefore, it is considered that Brahma indulged in incest (I think you know what I mean). This is the reason why Brahmins avoid worshipping Saturn, and also, worshipping Saturn usually brings misery and tough life."--Hindu blogger Ron Discovering that there was an ancient Sarasvati river civilization that gave rise to the earliest Vedic theology with its primary Hindu gods Brahma, Lord of Creation, Vishnu, Sustainer of Life, and Shiva, the Destroyer. Learning that this Sarasvati river dried up after some series of cataclysmic events, earthquakes and drought somewhere between 4000 and 2000 BC forcing the Brahmin community or some segment of it out of the region to seek sustainable lands farther west and south. Learning that while the god Brahma is still popularly worshiped in India there is only one temple dedicated to this god. There evidently are thousands dedicated to Vishnu and Shiva. Where'd the Brahmin temple people go? Learning that Sarasvati is Brahma's consort and she is named after the ancient Sarasvati river that plays a prominent part in Hindu mythology. Discovering there were two rivers that in ancient times combined together to form the main tributary of the old Sarasvati river--the Ghaggar-Hakra river. A combined name could easily be "Hagar", the name of the handmaiden of Sarah. This was the clincher for me. Discovering that in the Hindu myth, Brahma marries his sister/lover, Goddess Sarasvati and seeing the comparison drawn to the Genesis story where Abram more or less claims in defense of his pimping his wife to the king of Gerar that she is really his sister.