Beshen (existing in all things) was, according to the Indian Brahmins, the second of those beings which God created before the world. He is supposed by them to preserve the world in its present state, and to pass through several incarnations: in the first assuming the body of a lion, then of a man, and in the tenth and last will appear as a warrior and destroy all religions contrary to that of the Brahmins. He is the second person of the Trinity, and has some ascribed qualities that apply to Christ.

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