29.5.06

Religiosities

This post is about religion, so if you don't give a fuck about the matter just skip it.

Many people, lately, have been asking me stuff about religion and my beliefs on it. So, instead of talking about Garderian Wicca or the branch of it the Wiccan Order follows, I'll just expose here what I think are some of the most basic thoughts I can give about religion. What I'm about to write is not only my oppinion, but is backed up by tons of historical documents to proove it. This post is not intended to offend anyone in any way, and specially take in mind that I don't give a fuck if you believe in this or nor - it's quite prooven for me, but it is also prooven that people can only see what they want and are ready to.

Talking about religion nowadays, people think about systems. Religion isn't about a system, so forget that part. Nowadays people think about "god(s)" and their existence (or not) when talking about religion. So they usually think that religious people are the ones that believe in one or more gods, and non-religious people are those who believe in none. That's not true: there are polytheistic religions, monoteistic religions and atheistic religions. Another wrong assumption made is that a religious person worships the number of gods he believes it exists. That's untrue. There are plenty of monolatrist religions that are polytheistic, for instance. The most well-known example of this must be the Hebrews, that believed in several Gods but only worshiped Yahweh. Now, after this first set of facts - statements - I'll give you some global historical point about religions. Every monotheistic religion is a branch or inspired by a monolatrist religion, monotheist or pholytheist. Every pholytheist religion was based on another religion, pholylatrist, pholytheist or ateist. And every pholylatrist religion is based on an atheist religion. Sirs, this is history. So, in fact, the origin of all religions came from atheist religions. They had no concept of such entities as "Gods", but still, they could worship: not Gods but other people, animals, the Sun, the Moon, the Rain, anything and everything that came out of Nature (and yes, humans are Nature creations to this matter).

Now, this well-documented facts are not that well word-spreaded and even less accepted. You can just ignore this post or think about it. In the end, what matters is that I here explained quite a bit of my beliefs: needed to know if you want to try to understand my religion/philosophy.

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:40 PM

    Eu fui educado segundo a religião cristã e sempre me disseram que Deus tava em todo lado (sempre assumi que fosse desde natureza a pessoas...Ou seja mm em todo o lado!).

    Mas Deus existe? :|

    Atomic

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  2. Bem, segundo a definição (ou cada uma das cinco definições apresentadas neste dicionário), a minha resposta será um claro não. Mas neste post não estava propriamente a discutir a existência ou não de um/o Deus, mas sim sobre a origem das religiões...

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