At 12:48 PM 1/30/96 -0500, Iain Barksdale wrote:
>>What about homicide? Serial killers? A cult unrelated to Druidism, or a
>>manner of dealing with criminals ? WHat evidence is there to suuport the
>>Druidic sacricificial killing?
>Let's see, were dealing with archaeology, pre/proto-historic groups and
>religious groups. All of the above may be true, however, when one
>combines Caesar's and Posidonious's accounting of Druidic behaviour, the
>possiblity that the bog bodies are Druid sacrifices is more likely with
>what info we have. Anyway, what is so wrong with human sacrifice? It
>certainly doesn't bother me that my ancestors went around killing other
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A great number of other civilizations have practised human sacrifices and
are not condemned for it. So why all this fuss about druids offering human
sacrifices to the gods ?
The only point is that there is no rigourous evidence scientifically
speaking of human sacrifices.It is likely but yet not proved true.
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