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thermodynamic Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-04-03 05:39 PM
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5. I agree 20,000%
These separate religions worked back in the days before people realized the Earth wasn't flat and they were the only ones living. Humanity was easier contain.

Whoever wrote the major religions all seemed to have the same MO - and the same downfalls, most of which are attributed to the needless slaughter of tens of thousands, likely much more...

Which makes me wonder if humanity originally centered itself around one religion, but as humanity spread out the stories were embellished and changed to become the several religions people around the world blindly believe in. It explains a great deal.

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