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Armageddon There will come a time when all souls cannot escape from salvation It is then that because of this the universe will ultimately collapse Afterward all souls will be depressed again to live a lifetime where they have shackles forever When a particular place in the universe has cooled life shall emerge although it will be many years before man imagines once more This so describes the Hindu invision of the end of times in which the universe that includes everything is destroyed and then it is recreated again It is important because many people believe Hinduism is responsible for the basis of other religions such as Buddhism Sikkhism and Jainism which is clearly seen as all three believe in many of the same theories such as reincarnation For many of these people there is no true Armageddon only the repeat blooming and distraction of the universe by different types of gods This makes me wonder if these people see Armageddon in such a different angle then conventional christians How do the people of Confucianism Marxism or any of the oriental religions perceive the end of this world The fact is many of the so called religions out there do not have gods or prayer because there would be no need rather they are only a philosophies on how people should live their lives One example would be Confucianism which is predominately an Asian religion that started in the Chon Dynasty years 1122-897 BC The religion was founded by a man named Confucius who supported a project called the ritual music culture that more or less was set up by the government of China to control the various tribes that inhabited the yellow river by giving them a culture that they all shared
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