cultural ceremonial washing left over from nuclear warfare?
>Is ceremonial washing left over from
ancient nuclear warfare?
>For along time we have been lead to
believe that ceremonial washing such as baptisms is to do with the fact
that if we do not then we
are sinful souls which are destined for hell.
>Such ideas have infuenced works such as
Dantes Inferno where unbaptised babies went to one of the seven rings
of hell for not being baptised.
>John the baptist was known for baptism,
but he also said that he wasnt the only one that baptised with water in
fact I believe saint peter also baptises with water.
>But what is the point of being baptised at
if you are just being born and can not have possibly have sinned if you
havnt even been born?
>Also Hindus burnt the remains of their
ceremonially wash in the Ganges river?
>Why the spiritual connection to the Ganges
>Why the ceremonial washing?
>Unless there was something more to it?
>Perhaps ceremonial washing is left over
fact that after a nuclear war, pehaps in the past, people would throw
themselves into rivers to wash them selves from the nuclear fallout.
>Hence the true origins of ceremonial
>Hence the instinctive washing and mental
association with water with cleanliness.
>Not of the soul but of the body.
>The original meaning of sin according to
contactee Alex Collier was actually a genetic defect, so washing
you from getting genetics defects.
>This tradition was past down generation
generation until arriving today as slightly nonsensical ceremonies such
as baptisms. Like a game of chinese whispers. the procedure no longer
makes any sense.
>This is the only logical conclusion I
possibly come to, I hope you have enjoyed :)