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Bes was an egyptian god of the home, childbirth, infants, humor, song and dance. Bes was a very unusual god. He did not appear to be Egyptian at all, but where he came from is largely unknown.

 

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evil bible?

To "human sacrifice" I found this in the web:

The Bible, especially the Old Testament, is filled with numerous stories of animal and human sacrifice.  God, we are told, likes the pleasing aroma of burning flesh.  Animal sacrifice is much more common than human sacrifice, but both occur and are "pleasing to the Lord". 

    Genesis, the first book of the Bible, has Abraham preparing to sacrifice his son to God.  "Take your son, your only son – yes, Isaac, whom you love so much – and go to the land of Moriah.  Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains, which I will point out to you."  (Genesis 22:1-18)  Abraham takes his own son up on a mountain and builds an altar upon which to burn him.  He even lies to his son and has him help build the altar.  Then Abraham ties his son to the altar and puts a knife to his throat.  He then hears God tell him this was just a test of his faith.  However, God still wanted to smell some burnt flesh so he tells Abraham to burn a ram.

    Even though he didn't kill his son, it is still an incredibly cruel and evil thing to do.  If Abraham did that today he would be in jail serving a long sentence as someone's prison-bitch.  It amazes me how Christians see this story as a sign of God's love.  There is no love here, just pure unadulterated evil.


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"There are many definitions of shamanism, but few mention the core of shamanistic belief that I learned from my teachers. Most definitions describe what shamans do rather than what shamans believe. Shamans use whatever tools they know that seem appropriate for the circumstances. A listing of these tools doesn't constitute a precise meaning of the limits and uniqueness of shamanism. "
Kupua

Coming to the point: I see myself as a child of rationalism, taking "doubting" as the root of progress (Descartes: Debito ergo sum)... and there fore it's not easy to convince me.
And although I always was fascinated of the shamanism in last indigenous tribes I wonder, if their art isn't the same what is often called "placebo-effect"? But even if it is the same: if it helps people without any chemical treatment it's not that bad, right?

The hour of the medcine-man or the priest was always come when there were situations, supposed to be impossible to solve for the individual person. 

For his spoken prayers I used old-Egyptian characters. All figures, which are looking to be threatening him here, are images of mythological fetishes: E.G. the highest animal orients itself at a copper Celtic boar, the lowest at a wooden fetish of the Inuit.


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