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    Posted: 27 Dec 2019 at 14:43
THE WHITE MANs GOD WAS BRIHASPATI

Brihaspati represents planet Jupiter in Indian Astronomy and Astrology.
 Also it represents Thursday. Thursday is named after Thor much later.
While brawny Thor rides Goats , brainy Brihaspati , who is aasociated with Mathematics and Science rides elephants. Thor wields a hammer, Brihaspati wields a staff made of Gold.
Greeks have shamelessly copied from Hindusim—which is thousands of years older. Hence stealing is one one way lane.

Brihaspati is Jupiter , Thursday is named after him Guruvar ( Thusday ) is for Guru Brihaspati. .  Same way Jupiter is Zeus/ Thor. Thor’s day is Thursday. The astrological and astronomical sign of the planet Jupiter (Jupiter) is  used to represent Thursday.

Brihaspati presides over guruvar ( Thursday ) .  Brihaspati puja is on Thursdays.  Brihaspativar is Thursday, a holy day for white European Christians.   

Maundy Thursday is the day Jesus Christ washed the feet of his disciple. Thursday is ascension day for Christians.

Shukravar ( Friday ) is a holy day for Muslims –people from middle east who worshiped Shukracharya..

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Hello and welcome.

Jupiter brings wisdom and understanding, often by bringing challenges for us. When we overcome these challenges Jupiter has succeeded in bringing wisdom.

I like your post and I don't think anyone can disagree that ancient cultures shared wisdom. "Stealing" implies some ill intent or ownership but who can own a symbol or a thought?
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Similar thinking does not necessarily indicate related thinking. Although I disagree with the assertion, it is probably true that the earliest Christians made use of whatever mythology suited their purpose and it is notable that the miracles of Jesus bear a strong resemblance to known myths from the Indian region.
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good artists borrow,
great artists steal.
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To this theory it may naturally be objected that the divine consort of Jupiter was not Diana but Juno, and that if Diana had a mate at all he might be expected to bear the name not of Jupiter, but of Dianus or Janus, the latter of these forms being merely a corruption of the former. All this is true, but the objection may be parried by observing that the two pairs of deities, Jupiter and Juno on the one side, and Dianus and Diana, or Janus and Jana, on the other side, are merely duplicates of each other, their names and their functions being in substance and origin identical. With regard to their names, all four of them come from the same Aryan root DI, meaning “bright,” which occurs in the names of the corresponding Greek deities, Zeus and his old female consort 
Dione. In regard to their functions, Juno and Diana were both goddesses of fecundity and childbirth, and both were sooner or later identified with the moon. As to the true nature and functions of Janus the ancients themselves were puzzled; and where they hesitated, it is not for us confidently to decide. But the view mentioned by Varro that Janus was the god of the sky is supported not only by the etymological identity of his name with that of the sky-god Jupiter, but also by the relation in which he appears to have stood to Jupiter’s two mates, Juno and Juturna. For the epithet Junonian bestowed on Janus points to a marriage union between the two deities; and according to one account Janus was the husband of the water-nymph Juturna, who according to others was beloved by Jupiter. Moreover, Janus, like Jove, was regularly invoked, and commonly spoken of under the title of Father. Indeed, he was identified with Jupiter not merely by the logic of the learned St. Augustine, but by the piety of a pagan worshipper who dedicated an offering to Jupiter Dianus. A trace of his relation to the oak may be found in the oakwoods of the Janiculum, the hill on the right bank of the Tiber, where Janus is said to have reigned as a king in the remotest ages of Italian history.

Thus, if I am right, the same ancient pair of deities was variously known among the Greek and Italian peoples as Zeus and Dione, Jupiter and Juno, or Dianus (Janus) and Diana (Jana), the names of the divinities being identical in substance, though varying in form with the dialect of the particular tribe which worshipped them. At first, when the peoples dwelt near each other, the difference between the deities would be hardly more than one of name; in other words, it would be almost purely dialectical. But the gradual dispersion of the tribes, and their consequent isolation from each other, would favour the growth of divergent modes of conceiving and worshipping the gods whom they had carried with them from their old home, so that in time discrepancies of myth and ritual would tend to spring up and thereby to convert a nominal into a real distinction between the divinities. Accordingly when, with the slow progress of culture, the long period of barbarism and separation was passing away, and the rising political power of a single strong community had begun to draw or hammer its weaker neighbours into a nation, the confluent peoples would throw their gods, like their dialects, into a common stock; and thus it might come about that the same ancient deities, which their forefathers had worshipped together before the dispersion, would now be so disguised by the accumulated effect of dialectical and religious divergencies that their original identity might fail to be recognised, and they would take their places side by side as independent divinities in the national pantheon.

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