Behind the Edenic tradition, there is a terrible cosmic desideratum and sacred errors which frighten and horrify.
The Gods also make mistakes.
If this is true, why should we consider the word of anyone, sleeping or awake, as infallible? And where does that put this quote:
"Surely God wrongs not men anything, but men wrong themselves."
- Qur'an 10.44
If the "sacred individuals" who are responsible for the mistake of which the Kundabuffer was supposed to correct, are making vain efforts. This is a wrong toward men, and that means that the sacred individuals are not God's at all, but men.
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