posted on Oct, 10 2016 @ 02:52 PM
a reply to: tikbalang
So lets sort this out right here and now.
The Celts may very well have practiced human sacrifice, and the Druids may well have overseen this. The story of the
is supposed to be an example of this. Though Julius Caesar's journals are propoganda
against a foe at the time of war. They can not be trusted. Remember this is the same Julius Caesar, who thought
had no knees
In the very same books
described the Gauls, no less.
So this does not invalidate the idea that the Gauls (and thus the Celtic speaking people) sacrificed people. It does not count as unequivocal evidence
The lesson from that? When someone tries to cram in all sorts of things, most of which are unrelated to one another, into an argument. You should
Now the OP brings the people of the Indus Valley (aka Indians) up as an apparent source of all that which is good. I've got
for him. The Indians sacrificed people too. Quite recently no
The OP then wanders off into some unrelated ramble about the venus flower and the ash tree. He seems very confused here. He does not tie it to Druidry
in any way, and throws the Sumerians in for good measure.