Superultramodern Christianity and Satanic Sanatana Dharma
I hope this story of mine would be interesting and useful to
intellectuals and religious people alike.
I was born in a Hindu (Brahmin) family in Mumbai (Bombay),
India. In March 2004 I came to Cambridge, England. Here I had a
much better chance to explore Christianity. Now I have become a
Christian. Yes, I have given up my old faith and religion (i.e.
Hinduism) and have converted myself to Christianity, which I
find much better on its moral, social, and cultural side.
I should make it clear, very honestly, that my belief in
Christianity (same as in Hinduism) is partial, not complete. I
do not really agree with its metaphysical theses. I believe in
Superultramodern Science (SS), which is my creation, and thus in
the NSTP (Non - Spatial Thinking Process) theory, which is major
part of SS. The NSTP theory, in short, says that the spatial
world is a form of illusion to non-spatial mind. And all the
possible experiences of Lord Jesus, for example, coming down for
us are actually non-spatial feelings generated by some
superhuman thoughts, which also exist in the form of non-spatial
I became Christian in a chair. I admitted to the Lord that I had
committed sin and prayed him to come and help me out. I felt
good and now seem to have more strength in overcoming sin.
I gave up Hinduism mainly because of its awful religious
practices (e.g. Ganesha Utsava in India: please consult my
article 'The Hindu Festivals: absolutely ridiculous, barbaric,
and rubbish'). Also Hinduism appears to be racist and
class-conscious. I think, if compared to other religions,
Christianity is more peace-loving and human. How wonderful it
would be for the entire world to be Christian, as there would
probably be more peace and less conflict, at least on the