The Hindu Trimurti

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In their physical aspect, they are simply personifications of the Sky, Sun and Moon which correspond to the sky gods Dyaus/Vena, sun gods Surya/Indra and moon gods Soma/Chandra.

Of the three, Vena is associated with the god of Venus, named Shukra. The Sanskrit word Shukra, meaning "white" (Zucra) and "semen" (Zaukra), refers to the masculine seed of the Sun contained inside the "variegated" sky womb of Vena. Thus, we can see the feminine Vena as the Brahmanical aspect of the cosmos corresponding to the Cosmic Egg (or golden egg).

This accounts for why the Rig-Veda was named after Vena and why the Romans named the planet Venus after her orbital "womb" (i.e., the Venus Blueprint). It also explains how the "goddess of the triple tower," or Mary of Magdala, received her name as the lady who gestates and gives birth to the transcendental tree, ladder or mountain of Meru.

From this we can easily identify the Biblical Trinity as Father Indra (Vishnu the Preserver), Son Soma (Shiva the Destroyer) and the Holy Spirit Vena (Brahma the Creator). As a central part of the Vedic ascension ceremony, entheogenic Soma (the Son) must be sacrificed in communion to ascend Meru and reach the heaven of Indra. The goddess of Venus (Meru/Mari/Mary) then assists in the ascension or rebirth into the afterlife.