So it goes ...
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It's not so much a pastime as a solemnity.Actually I need to here Christians explain to me why this Pastime of Sacrifices occurs.
The Crucifixion. It's in all the Gospels.What is the origin & scriptural basis for such ritualistic rites?
It's nothing to do with 'Brahminical prowess', whatever that might mean, it sits within its own hermeneutic.I know it as efforts to mimic Brahminical prowess yet without the authority of possessing Brahminical prowess nor Brahminical knowledge ---it's like Hillbilly moonshining.
It is self-explanatory in Christian terms (estrangement/union), it's self explanatory in Platonic terms (exitus/reditus) ... neither require the Vedas as source data for their thinking.
I think it's a flaw to assume that because culture 'A' has an idea, then every subsequent emergence of the idea must derive from culture 'A', rather than from the natural processes of ideation.