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Brahma possesses the conventional physical attributes of the Hindu gods. Like all Daevas, he is extremely long-lived, but he is not immortal like the gods of Olympus. He has aged at an extremely slow rate since reaching adulthood and cannot die by any conventional means. He is immune to all Earthly diseases and is resistant to conventional injury. If he were somehow wounded, his godly life force would enable him to recover with superhuman speed. It would take an injury of such magnitude that it dispersed a major portion of his bodily molecules to cause him a physical death. Even then, it might be possible for a god of significant power, such as Vishnu, Shiva and Ormazd or for a number of Hindu gods of equal power working together to revive him. Brahma also possesses superhuman strength and his Deva metabolism provides him with far greater than human endurance in all physical activities. (Deva flesh and bone is about three times as dense as similar human tissue, contributing to the superhuman strength and weight of the Hindu gods.)[citation needed]

Brahma also has incredible prowess in the mystical arts, enabling him to tap into and manipulate mystical, cosmic and elemental energies of the universe. his exact level of power is unknown, but it is known that he at least measures up to gods like Vishnu, Shiva, Odin and Zeus, the Elders of the Universe and quasi-entities as Eternity and the Living Tribunal. He has extra-ordinary clairvoyance on a nearly omniscient level as well as the ability change his form, conjure infinite energies and to perceive possible futures with far more likelihood than any Earthly psychic or mystic. His full extent of powers though are unrevealed.[citation needed]


Brahma is credited with riding Hamsa, a great cosmic goose.[citation needed]

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