The Role of Animals in Ancient Human Religion – Part 5

Shakti and Shiva, Micheal and Ma Kaali, Yeshu Christ and Yeshumati's Krishna, Allah and El of pagan origins. From past to present we have seen how the various rituals and religions are spread all over the world imitating each other to convert and subdue people with their charm. This article aims to break the false enchantment once and for all.

The Role of Animals in Ancient Human Religion – Part 4

Did you know that the term Blessing, according to Oxford dictionary actually arises from the ancient ritual of Blood sprinkling of sacrificed victims (Old English blod and bloedsian), from ceremonies of animal sacrifice including that of human animals? Upon reading this, perhaps you might reconsider blessing someone or asking to be blessed, or even saying 'Bless you' if someone sneezes.

The Role of Animals in Ancient Human Religion – Part 3

MESOPOTAMIAN, EGYPTIAN, MAYAN, AZTEC, INCAN A perfect man is fashioned out of clay in the image of creator god with an equal and a counterpart.A serpent descends from a tree to subdue a female in a garden near Euphrates river.A demon called Lilitu flees from the bush.There is a Tree of Life that is well... Continue Reading →

The Role of Animals in Ancient Human Religion – Part 2

In part 1 of this series we examined a revival of neo-paganism, Wicca and a belief that connects to ancient wild customs within the modern world in secret rituals of white men and women merely imitating the original tribes and natives and their customs and rituals. Humans have long been fascinated by a variety of power animals (symbols or totems of energy), although the term 'poor animals' should be more relevant. The word Anima or Animus represents soul or dream persons as they move with life, are animated, not still or calm but running, playful, energetic and emotional. Humans are animals just like any other animal is, and just like we experience life, emotions and pain so do other animals too. Hunting of animals by humans should be seen as a crime. Instead it is seen as necessary for survival by tribes of ancient earth that are still existing in some parts of the planet.

The Role of Animals in Ancient Human Religion – Part 1

'Honoured maiden huntress Artemis, Artemis…new moon come to us'…so begins the slow popular 'triple goddess' chant used by Wiccan and Pagans in stone circles to 'bring in' the qualities of the deity into the ritual circle and infuse them with her powers. But what about the fact that Artemis, much like Diana is a goddess of the hunt, armed with weapons to kill and subdue other animals with her might, her masculine femininity, her independence, pride and ego.

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