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Excerpt from The Groans India A Voice and a Visitor From Hindostan; A Strange Thing a StrangerIN support of the position that Brahmanism is a pure theism its advocates with an air of that Brahmanism is a pure theism its advocates with an air of point us to the fundamental doctrine of this system as laid in the belief of the existence of one universal self existing spirit recognized under the appellation of the Supreme Brahm But what is not a little re markable and by no means complimentary either to their Hindooism or its eulogists is "That This Supreme Brahm Proves "this supreme Brahm proves all ' to be at best a supreme no thing From the very epithets by which he is most freuently ,


Esignated his existence is without attri butes or ualities Hence as no notion can be form edof either matter or spirit apart from ualities or attributes Brahm is a mere negation At least as the legitimate result of this fancied theism in pro found admiration of which many a semi linfidel Orien talist has said and sung so much we find the indivisi ble identity of their deified abstraction divided into no less than three hundred and thirty of subor dinate divinities so that the one hundred thirty millions subor dinate divinities so that the one hundred thirty millions of India's idolatrous worshippers do not num ber a moiety of her gods And what are these godsAbout the. ,

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