The conclusion was that there were no other Inca gods, Viracocha , Aztec mythological Quetzalcoatl, Egyptian god Horus, Moses with a snake cane, and Roman Empire founder Romulus. There is also a similar story in the Old Testament Abram (Abraham) and Iran's Zoroastrian hero Fereydun. The conclusion is that neither Abram (Abraham) nor Fereydun are present.

"Birth from a virgin" -Christ was born from a
virgin Mary.
· Villa Kocha was born from the virgin Kabillaka.
Quetzalcoatl was born of the virgin Kimalman.
Horus was born of the virgin Isis.

"When I was a baby, I was running away from the pursuit."
-Christ the baby fled to Egypt with Joseph and his mother Mary to escape the massacre of King Herod.
-The baby Krishna is crossing the Yamuna River to escape the massacre Of King Kansa.
The baby Moses was raised in hiding for three months after her birth to escape the Egyptian king who ordered the killing of a newborn Hebrew man.But her mother couldn't hide it and shed it into the Nile.Eventually he wasAbram
(Abraham) was afraid that King Nimrod would try to capture Abram, and she took Abram away from her house and hid in a den in the mountains for three years.
The baby Viracocha went to the shores of her mother Kabilaka and Pacha Kamaq to escape from her chasing her father Koniraya, and she entered the sea and became a stone.
Romulus, a baby and twin, is killed by his uncle Amulius, who is pitied By a pitiful soldier who puts them in a basket and secretly flushes them into the Tiber. Eventually, the shepherd Faustulus finds the twins.
The baby Fereydun, along with her mother, went to Mount Elbles to escape the slaughter of the snake-bearing tyrant Zahhak on both shoulders, and her mother left Fereydun in a cow herd.

"The statue of the goddess of breastfeeding"
-Krishna and mother Jashoda, Christ and Virgin Mary, Isis (mother) and Horus (child) in Egypt

In addition, Attis, the god of Frisia, is equated with Sabagios.

Attis is the son and mistress of Cybele, the goddess of Phrygia known as the Earth Mother in Rome, and is the coachman of Cybele's tanks towed by lions.

A silver disk with Attis and Cybele has been found in the city of Ai-Khanoum in northern Afghanistan in the 200s BC. Two lion motorcycles, a crescent moon and a 16-pointed star can be seen there.

The crescent moon and 16-pointed star are also found in Mesopotamia excavations.

Cybele was known as Kubaba in the 2nd millennium BC. Kubaba is a woman holding a pomegranate and a mirror in her hand. Pomegranate was also seen in Mesopotamia as a symbol. The hair behind Kubaba's right ear in the image on the left below is a vortex-shaped symbol.

The conclusion was that Hindu Vishnu and Shiva were EmptinessIf Brahma is added to this, the three are called the same Trimurti, and these three great gods also represent EmptinessSo far, it has been concluded that the gods of each religion, Horus, Isis, Ahura Mazda, Mitra, and Dionysus, are also Emptiness.

There is also a god called Yahweh in Christianity. This is the only divine name in the Old and New Testaments, called Allah in Islam, Elohim and El in Judaism, and Jehovah in some Christianity. Allah is said to have created everything from Emptiness in creation myths, and similar stories have been found in national myths. Allah, Yahweh, Elohim, El, and Jehovah are the same, the god of Emptiness.

The Christian archangel Gabriel, a messenger of God, appeared to Mary and announced the birth of Jesus Christ. In Islam, the archangel Gabriel is called Jibril, and the existence that conveyed the Holy Quran of the Word of God to the Prophet Muhammad. The shape of this Gabriel's hand is the same as that of Sabagios, Christ, and Baphomet. Gabriel also has the same wings as Lucifer and his twin brother, the Archangel Michael, and has a halo on his head called Nimbus.

Looking at the symbols in this way, we can see that the saints such as Christ, Buddha, Allah, and Krishna, and the devils such as Baphomet and Lucifer all represent EmptinessAnd the conclusion that 4.9 billion Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Islamic, and Hindu believers worship EmptinessNot only this, the animism of indigenous nature worship also worships EmptinessIn other words, people all over the world worship the same existence.

The conclusion is that all the characters in Christianity, Egyptian mythology, Akkado mythology, Mitra religion, Greek mythology, Indian mythology, Buddhism, Aztec mythology, and Inca mythology that we have seen so far are symbols of Emptiness.