posted on Nov, 27 2006 @ 11:42 AM
As someone who has been a lifelong museum and history fanatic, I have seen some of the most wonderful things in museums. The Louvre in Paris, the
Reics (sp?) in Amsterdam and the museums of London. I can safely say I've never been brainwashed.
In fact, a museum was where I discovered that modern Christianity has its roots in sbefore Christ Pagandom. That's not exactly brainwashing. If
you've never been to a grand, world-class museum, you have missed an incredibly awesome experience.
Now, having said that, I have found some museums to be most inaccurate. I think though that it's due more to the rigid ideas/opinions of
archeologits, etc. I remember one place in England that said an image was the Greek Medusa, when actually it was the old Celtic sun god, Lugh - big
difference. Do they want to hear about their mistakes? Hell, no! They can be pretty mainstream in some ways. But these are mistakes, not
I am interested to know why you think museums are propaganda. Did you have a bad experience? I'd sincerely like to know.