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Abb.118 (N1) A gigantic figure of the so-called "Monkey God" erected behind the altar of a Hindu temple. This deity (God) is the most characteristic personality of God which very frequently takes in possession bodies of people during various religious rituals of the Far East (e.g. I saw it in action during "fire walking" which was a part of the Nine Gods’ Festival in Taoism). The above "Monkey God" is worshipped in three different religions of the East, namely in Hinduism (where it is called "Hanuman"), in Buddhism (where in Cantonese dialect it is called "Si Jin Hung"), and in the Chinese Taoism (where in the Mandarin dialect it is called "Sun Wukong"). Therefore his very characteristic attributes and behaviours can be noted in behaviours of numerous people the bodies of which were possessed by this "Godly personality" during any form of religious trance that results from various rituals of these three main Eastern religions. (I.e. people possessed by the "Monkey God" really behave like monkeys.)

The above figure of "Monkey God" stands by the Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was photographed in August 2008. Thus, the above representation of that particular deity (or "bodily representation of God") originates from Hinduism.
The personality or "bodily representation of God", that manifests itself via the "Monkey God" is famous from many things. For example, in Buddhist folklore it is known from 72 "magic" transformations with the use of which the Monkey God transformed itself into various other animals and objects. By the way, "simulations" described in chapter NJ under the name “UFOnauts” are also seen when they rapidly transform their appearance from human creatures into any animal, object, or fruit (e.g. into a banana). In the article “Goat held for armed robbery in Nigeria” from page B2 of New Zealand newspaper The Dominion Post, issue dated on Monday January 26, 2009, described a case when a significant group of police volunteers chased two hooded robbers (similar to monks) who were breaking onto a car. After one of them was caught, he in sight of an entire group of witnesses rapidly transformed into a goat. (The police still detained the goat and placed it in a prison.) Because our science to-date had no explanations for such transformations, the existence of them was denied so-far. However, in the light of information provided in subsections NE3. and NE4., such transformations are possible and actually occur in reality - only that so-far are scoffed at, ignored, and undocumented.

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