The Hindu trinity is interesting. Apparently it consists of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. Brahma is the creator. Note how his name is almost an anagram of "Abraham." Something is going on here. Hinduism is a religion that began to take shape in the AD era. And Abraham was alive circa the twentieth century BC. He was a major figure in his day. He went to war with kings and overcame them. He was quite wealthy. Most importantly he answered the call of the True God. It is conceivable that his legend would reach India. Abraham would become the father of many nations. All this is in Genesis.
The Hindus have an understanding of the God, though it's not anywhere near as clear as the word of God. On the other hand the history that is presented in the Rig Veda and other poems of India are fact. Rama's Bridge is real. The Rama Empire was real (dating to before 9600 BC--the sinking of Atlantis). Rama fought a war with Atlantis. Krishna was a real person. And his city, Dwarka, lies underwater off the west coast of India (having been inundated about 1500 BC).
Before I get into the post proper I'd like to discuss the 4th dimension. Time--as we understand it--is not the 4th dimension, as I see it. God did not create time. This time that we (our physical bodies)are subject to came about because of sin--the sin of rejecting God and thinking that we don't need God--that we are gods and that we are supreme. The tendency for everything in this universe to entropy (Living physical creatures die.) is a consequence of sin, and the progression of entropy is measured by time. (The lake of fire speaks of spiritual death or being in the outer darkness.)
I would say that there are different kinds of time. There was a time (in this solar system and specifically on this earth) when physical death was not a reality. And then you have time travel--both forward into the future and going back into the past. The reality of time travel brings into consideration the existence of multiple timelines.
Thus a fourth dimensional creature can inhabit the same space as a 3-D creature but be viewing the latter from above, if you will. Demons are disembodied nephilim--who are unnatural in the first place--who feel the need to inhabit or possess unsaved people (and animals too). These demons appear to strongly dislike being homeless, if you will. They have the urge to find a physical dwelling, so they seek men and women whom they can possess. They are not like the fallen angels, who possess their own spirit bodies and have no need to take possession of living physical bodies.
That is the 4th dimension, of which (you can say) time as we know it, is an aspect. For argument's sake let's say we can see a floating cube in front of us; but we can't fully perceive it. That is we cannot see all six sides of it at once. A 4-D creature can do that.
Lastly, Jesus says in Luke 8:18, "Take heed therefore how ye hear: for whosoever hath, to him shall be given; and whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken even that which he seemeth to have." To me the Zionist "Christians" have not taken heed concerning what they have chosen to believe and not to believe concerning the matter of the Jews and of Israel also. The State of Israel is not Israel. Yes, there are Sephardic Jews living in Palestine; but they are a minority in the Israeli state. And the Sephardic Jews are part of Israel--being of the Tribe of Judah. Israel, for the most part, has been scattered. The two greatest tribes--Ephraim and Manasseh--are England and the USA today, respectively. I've discussed this in previous posts and won't get in-depth here.
What the Zionists seem to have--knowledge and wisdom (enlightenment)--they will have no more. And this is shown by those who do not claim to be Christians, knowing the truth about Zionism. The Zionist teachers in the church--serving the synagogue of Satan--are now close to bringing about the fruition of their efforts: World War III.
When the "man of sin" arises, some (Edomite) Zionists--the Rothschilds--will worship him; many Edomites, seemingly, will not. The Antichrist will try to kill them, but they will escape out of his hands (Daniel 11). Isaiah, speaking poetically and metaphorically in chapter 63 of his book (verses 1 and 4), speaks of someone coming "from Edom." This is Jesus Christ of Nazareth approaching and he says, "I have trodden the winepress alone; and of the people there was none with me: for I will tread them in mine anger, and trample them in my fury; and their blood shall be sprinkled upon my garments, and I will stain all my raiment.For the day of vengeance is in mine heart, and the year of my redeemed is come. "