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Many “paths” or Erscheinungsformen have been attributed to Zeus through which he was alleged to be manifested and his various epithets and names within and across various oyinbo groups reflect this. He has also been described as one of a trinity with Hera and Drimios/Dionysus. Hera was allegedly a mother and queen of their deities and Drimios/ Dionysus was thought of as a son of Zeus, just like Christianity’s Holy Spirit and Jesus respectively. But, during the classical and Hellenistic age, the oyinbo people began to acknowledge the monotheism of their polytheism. They began to regard him as universal and this bred a Zeus monotheism among them.
Going further, the birth of a supposedly monotheistic Christianity that is based on the concept of a polytheistic trinity of “the father, son and holy spirit” is a schizoid fraud, being yet a paradox – old wine in old skin (cf. Mark 2:21-22). Moreso when Ifa has it that each person has not just an enikeji but also an eniketa (spirit triple).
When juxtaposed in the light of the understanding that the Helper (Spirit of Truth) referred to by Oshu (Ashkenazi Yeshu) as recorded in the bible (John 16:7-15) is his enikeji and not a completely different person as taught in Christianity, the resulting logical conclusion is that the “God in three persons” also known as Holy Trinity of Christianity is in fact the Zeus trinity.
- DE Aune, Zeus, in Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible, Toorn, K. van der, et al. (eds.), Leiden: Brill, 1995, pp: 401-402.
- Feyisetan Opeyemi, The Saviour also has an Ẹnikeji, https://yemitom.wordpress.com/2015/10/30/the-saviour-also-has-an-enikeji/.