posted on Jun, 22 2004 @ 06:00 PM
The USA's largest group of white supremacists believe in Valhalla and the Viking gods. Many think they're going to "Valhalla" when they die.
The concept of a Creator is logical, but it's really amazing that people continue to believe in "gods" that fell away thousands of years ago when
the civilizations that founded these believes were destroyed.
Such "gods" as Baal, Thor, Kukulkan, Mercury, Ra - or what have you - were created by people of bygone authority as a means of keeping their peoples
The prevailing belief of the three major religions of today involve one
Creator, based upon logic, experiences and the resultant faith.
So why do a few continue to accept the discarded beliefs? I think, but I'm not absolutely certain, that those people find the idea of such gods
exciting. Some people actually believe Robin Hood and King Arthur were real, so it shouldn't be too surprising to find some who will accept gods
worshiped by ancient, exotic societies. (I was just reminded that some people still believe in the ancient Greek land of the Amazons, a story made up
by an ancient writer.)
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