|The gist of Hinduism, per Hindu creation myth, as a reincarnation-variant of the resurrection-based Egyptian mythology, namely: the god Vish-Nu and man Ma-Nu, based on the Nun (Nile flood) or Nu, the creator god Brahman, based on Ra (sun), and the goddess Saraswati based on Isis (Sirius). |
“In From Chapters lxxxi., versions A and B, we learn that the deceased had power to transform himself into a lotus; in the first version of the text he says, "I am the pure lotus which springeth up from "the divine splendour that belongeth to the nostrils of Ra," and in the second we read, "Hail, thou Lotus, thou type of the god "Nefer-Tem! I am he who knoweth you, and I know your "names among the gods, the lords of the Underworld, and I am "one of you." The vignette of the first version is a lotus, and that of the second is a lotus plant with a flower and buds growing out of a pool of water, and out of the flower springs a human head, i.e., the head of the deceased.”
|Left: the creation myth birth of Ra, the Egyptian sun god, out of a lotus flower, the stem of which descends into the Nu (or Nun) the water god or water abyss (Nile River) of Egyptian mythology (3100BC), as carved on the walls of Dendera Temple (38AD). Right: the Hindu mythology (800AD) re-write of the latter, according to which, as described in the Bhagavata Purana [SB 3.8.10-14], Brahma (Ra) is born out of a lotus, the stem of which comes out of the navel of the god Vishnu (Nun), wherein Apep, the mythical snake that Ra does battle with each night, becomes the multi-headed Hindu snake Shesha, and Naunet, the female counterpart of Nun, according to Hermopolis cosmology, becomes Lakshmi, the wife of Vishnu.|
SB 3.8.10 (Ѻ): At that time when the three worlds were submerged in water, Garbhodakaśāyī Viṣṇu [Nun] was alone, lying on His bedstead, the great snake Ananta [Apep], and although He appeared to be in slumber in His own internal potency, free from the action of the external energy, His eyes were not completely closed.
SB 3.8.11 (Ѻ): Just like the strength of fire within fuel wood, the Lord remained within the water of dissolution, submerging all the living entities in their subtle bodies. He lay in the self-invigorated energy called kāla.
SB 3.8.12 (Ѻ): The Lord lay down for a thousand cycles of four yugas in His internal potency, and by His external energy He appeared to be sleeping within the water. When the living entities were coming out for further development of their fruitive activities, actuated by the energy called kāla-śakti, He saw His transcendental body as bluish.
SB 3.8.13 (Ѻ): The subtle subject matter of creation, on which the Lord’s attention was fixed, was agitated by the material mode of passion, and thus the subtle form of creation pierced through His abdomen.
A Mar 2019 Egyptian to Hindu god rescript (Ѻ) by blogger Arvind Bhagwath.
SB 3.8.14 (Ѻ): Piercing through, this sum total form of the fruitive activity of the living entities took the shape of the bud of a lotus flower generated from the Personality of Viṣṇu, and by His supreme will it illuminated everything, like the sun, and dried up the vast waters of devastation.
SB 3.8.15 (Ѻ): Into that universal lotus flower Lord Viṣṇu personally entered as the Supersoul, and when it was thus impregnated with all the modes of material nature, the personality of Vedic wisdom, whom we call the self-born, was generated.
SB 3.8.16 (Ѻ): Brahmā [Ra], born out of the lotus flower, could not see the world, although he was situated in the whorl. He therefore circumambulated all of space, and while moving his eyes in all directions he achieved four heads in terms of the four directions.
SB 3.8.17 (Ѻ): Lord Brahmā, situated in that lotus, could not perfectly understand the creation, the lotus or himself. At the end of the millennium the air of devastation began to move the water and the lotus in great circular waves.
SB 3.8.18 (Ѻ): Lord Brahmā, in his ignorance, contemplated: Who am I that am situated on the top of this lotus? Wherefrom has it sprouted? There must be something downwards, and that from which this lotus has grown must be within the water.
SB 3.8.19 (Ѻ) : Lord Brahmā, thus contemplating, entered the water through the channel of the stem of the lotus. But in spite of entering the stem and going nearer to the navel of Viṣṇu, he could not trace out the root.
In 900BC, this double-headed four-armed god conception, would become characteristic of the Hindu god models, such as found in the three-headed god Brahma, pictured above, which itself is a god morph syncretism of the gods: Nun + Ra (great-great grandfather of Horus, per Heliopolis creation myth) + Atum (or keme).
|Indian Hindu monk Swami Vivekananda's 1896 diagram conception of his idea of reconciliation of Hinduism with science; which he supposedly consulted with Nikola Tesla about.  The inherent problem, however, here, being that Vivekananda is ignorant of the fact that "Brahma" is but reincarnation-rewrite of the earlier Egyptian mythology conception of Ra born out of the Nun following the flood (Ab), i.e. B-Ra-hma-ic theology; which is akin to the way most Christians and Muslims are ignorant of the fact that Abraham and Sarah have the Egyptian mythological same roots.|
“Tesla thinks he can demonstrate that mathematically that force and matter are reducible to potential energy. I am to go see him next week to get this mathematical demonstration.”— Swami Vivekananda (1896), “Letter to Friend”, Feb 13 
“The Brahmins give a wonderful account of their Chorcam or paradise, in which grew a tree that would have given man immortality had he been permitted to eat of it. They also believe that a god-made man was to be born of a virgin, by divine operation; hence the incarnation of their Juggernaut and the birth of Krishna in a grotto where he was adored by shepherds and angels.”— Romualdo Gentilucci (1848), Life of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary 
“The Hindu sacred writings contain all the myths and fables found in the Cristian Bible.”— John Fiske (c.1865)