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Interesting, it suggests that there are cult-like qualities that animate this religion, ones not properly appreciated by its apologists vis-a-vis its influence and how it exploits and manipulates the very human desire for belonging and having a deep sense of purpose. All religions do this, but usually aimed at a certain transcendental vision, not one grounded in the power and influence of this plane. This is probably very much shaped by its origins (especially the craftiness, tactical positions, etc.), male-dominance, and that cult of personality qualities.

I wonder if we could sort religions in those grounded in peace, and those in a more war-like, bellicose nature. Bill maybe this points to your derision about its immaturity?

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