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  • Religion is not science, but there are the lineaments of a profound science in its study, and that august body of evidence includes centuries of scholarship put forth by Frazer, Blofeld, Eliade, Frobenius, Zimmer, Jung, Freud, Sir John Woodruff, and Joseph Campbell-- across multiple disciplines, as well.

    This aggregate body of study proves the catholicon roots of civilization and social order to be directly attributable to humankind's first organized religion of star gazing. Religion is storytelling, and the science of storytelling is rooted in neuropsychology, anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, etc. There is considerable evidence that dreams, stories, and myths are intrinsic to the evolution and development of the human brain.

    The stars were humankind's first scriptures even before the invention of language, and it was the stories we interpreted from them that led to the invention of architecture, cities, the first social orders of priests, kings, merchants, laborers, and slaves. (Varnashram Dharma)

    The science of religion, storytelling, and mythology date back to Neanderthalian dream and cave cultures, and tracks their progression into Druidism, atavism, cannibalism, human sacrifice, regicide, genocide-- all basises for today's most persistent religious ideas. So if you don't consider religion as the father of civilization, language, astronomy, social order, temple building, and many other achievements... think again. It's not belief, it's science!
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