**If you make you responses any longer im gonna have to make an appoitment for them. **
You should be used to it by now Scary thing? I have been told that when I type, I sound the same as when I am talking.
But what your saying is that that the iconogrophy of Hekate and the trinity is just indivual aspects that are connected in a Mecastructure right?
Not exactly. I am saying that some folks will point to the iconography of Hecate, for example, as a Goddess that was seen in the same way that the Trinity is seen by Christians, and I don’t agree.
Check out Theoi.com for more info on how she was perceived by the Greeks (it was in a great variety of ways, but I don’t see anything that I equate with the Christian concept of the Trinity)
The Christian Trinity is frankly something I have never been able to get my mind around fully. Brings up a number of issues:
That the basis of the religion is that God required Himself to sacrifice Himself to Himself in order to save from His own damnation the creatures that He Himself had made because due to the nature with which He created them they reacted in a situation that He created as He knew they would at the time that He created both them and the situation, therefore transgressing the law He created knowing that His creations could not follow it.
That the God the Father who is fully and completely the same as and completely identical with, God the Son could separate Himself completely from Himself (My God, my God, why have you forsaken Me?)
This a large part of why I am not Christian.