What is the mathematical proof about the infinite one God and finite other gods that are given in Geeta ?

What is the mathematical proof about the infinite one God and finite other gods that are given in Geeta?




OK. I was asked this question by one of my friend also, so as to give logical and mathematical proof about 'infinite' God. So the God has to be logical. In Geeta Lord Krishna has said that with time there comes additions in the original text and the original text becomes polluted. (4/1 and 2). So to make the theory easier, I will use the concept of space to prove the one 'infinite' God. It is very logical that there can not be two or more 'infinite' pieces of spaces. They at once become 'finite' in that case. So God is like the infinite space. The souls are small pieces of finite space. Then there are many more or less, 'large' pieces of spaces, which are multiple 'finite' gods. (Called as devatas in Geeta.) This small pieces of space are actually the part of infinite space. These spaces are separated from that infinite space by the 'ego' that they have. Naturally the large spaces or 'finite' gods are also having this 'ego'. This is the ego, which separate you from that 'infinite' God. This theory also explains the love of infinite God for the 'finite' souls (and finite gods, being part of the infinite Him, separated by ego only.). The souls being the separated pieces of infinite God.

Now the proof of the same theory will be provided as given in Geeta. Lord Krishna calls himself as 'infinite' God and others as 'finite' gods. At one place the Krishna says that when you go to finite gods, you get the rebirth. When you go to Lord Krishna, there is no rebirth. (8/16). (4/9). (So the 'large finite' space (finite gods) get enjoyed by 'small finite' pieces of space (souls) eventually in 'finite' time. After that there is rebirth. The 'infinite' space (infinite God) can not be enjoyed by 'finite' soul in any given time. So there is no rebirth.) At one place the Lord Krishna says that the finite gods give you reward very easily. (4/12). At other pace lord Krishna says that when you pray to (infinite) Him, you come to Him. When you pray to finite gods, you go to them. When you pray to finite gods, you get the reward, which will perish eventually. (7/23). What ever you want from the finite god, you will get the same from them. (What ever means the physical things of enjoyment.) Lord Krishna says that He only approve the same. (7/22) ( He being infinite, His powers are infinite.) At other place lord Krishna says that when ever you pray the finite gods, it is He only, who fix the faith on those finite gods. (7/21). At other pace Lord Krishna say that it is extremely rare to find the soul, who worship the (infinite) Him. (7/19). At other place Lord Krishna says that the people, who are after the physical possessions, worship the other finite gods. (7/20). At other place Lord Krishna says that the physical things of enjoyment are not permanent. So sensible people do not go after those things. (5/22). At other places, Lord Krishna says that when you go to Him, you do not return or reborn. (8/21). (8/ 16). (The sources of the same are taken from the Bhagwadgeeta, printed and published by Geeta press, Gorakhpur. Which is prevalent in India.) So it is very rightly said that the aim of science and religion are the same, to find the ultimate truth ( and happiness?). But the science is 'too' immature and religions are 'misunderstood'.


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