Quite right, Mabudon, if I had to choose between them I think Ganesh definitely comes out on top. For one thing, he is much more interesting looking than the other three, with the face of an elephant and body of a human being. Also, his pot belly makes him look rather comic.
Also, Ganesh has many more fairy tales; mythology associated with him that either Jesus or Mohammed. I have read extensively from Hindu mythology, it reads like thriller novels.
For instance, how did Ganesh acquire the elephant head? His father, Mahesh (of the Hindu Trinity, Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh) had a short temper. One day in a fit of temper, he chopped off his sonís head. He relented when his mother intervened on his behalf. But he could not find a human head to put back on; the only animal he could see was an elephant nearby. So he cut off the elephant head and stuck it on the torso of Ganesh.
Yes, of the four, Ganesh is by far the coolest.
Just having some fun at the expense of Hinduism, Islam and Christianity, Sir Francis
For a moment there SirJosephPorter, I thought you may have picked a religion..
With all the recent talk of "Joan of Arc" and "Messiah" at the other site, you may have had a revelation.. HA HA HA
From the Native American Tarot deck?
No. Coyote is prominent in many Native American mythologies. To many he is the creator of life on Earth. The people of the Arrow Lakes, the Sinixt, feature Coyote in almost all of their creation myths. Most of the stories are a lot of fun at Coyote's experience. It is the native sense of humour that attracts me to their mythology more than any other.