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Did ancient scientists hide scientific information inside religious manuscripts, books, or mythology to preserve their discoveries for future generations to discover and decode? Let's explore the past to discover possible scientific gems may have been hidden within the religions and the myths of the ancient world
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  2. Hmm, where to begin? Ahhh...this seems like a good place to start ... YouTube video : A beginning... The video is entitled " What is Animism? " . Arith Härger presents appropriate points in his video that also provide an excellent foundation for this discussion. Keep in mind, I am not claiming that any belief system is IT, over any other belief system. As a matter of fact, at this point, we start with NO beliefs. This statement will be expanded upon later in this discussion, ( IF a discussion actually develops. ) Mr. Härger presents a basic
  3. The Golden Bough is a wide-ranging, comparative study of mythology and religion, written by the Scottish anthropologist Sir James George Frazer. The Golden Bough was first published in two volumes in 1890; in three volumes in 1900; and in twelve volumes in the third edition, published 1906–1915. It has also been published in several different one-volume abridgments. ( wikipedia ) Described by the author on the cover of the 3rd Edition, " The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion " , is a seeming simplistic description, however, I would say is also misleading as to the depth
  4. There are several sources to be able to read The Golden Bough written by Sir James Frazer, however, the linked PDF format here is the one I use since I can read the pages on my computer, ipad or phone. Helpful, since reading The Golden Bough can take a lot of time to read and a lot of time to ponder what is read.
  5. Most of the passages in Christian Scripture are allegories and metaphors. To support this statement, I'm going to use the allegory of Adam and Eve from the Book of Genesis. The very FIRST fact to be aware of is that there are numerous variations. To become more familiar with any verses in Scripture it is a good idea to compare several versions, ex. KJV, NIV, Amplified Bible, etc., to make note of the differences. The BEST method to use is to find the oldest versions possible, since those are closer to the era when many of the books were written. Copy of a copy of a copy c
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