Human Sacrifices (Rituals)

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  • 1. ==== ====Get free e-books on a variety of topics from Affiliate Marketing to how to heal with crystals.http://thothknows.blogspot.com/==== ====Mentioned in Rigveda, more exactly Soma MandalaMeans praising with some energizing qualities,And a ritual of drink, also treatment of asthma,We find it also at later Vedic and Persian cultures.Ephedra sinica containing ephedrine is a Soma plantUsed as a drink in both Vedic and Zoroastrian tradition,The building up of the fireplace performed over-nightIs Atiratra Agnicayana as a Srauta ritual of Vedic religion.Attested in the Yajurveda Samhitas, its mantras are in BrahmanaWith a bird-shaped altar as a building of bricks, which a hard work requiresWith various shapes like mahavedi, uttaravedi, dhishnya and dronaThis sacrificial altar in the Vedic religion has a sacrificial fire.As adhvaradhishnya is an altar at Soma, where something is sacrificedYajña is a ritual of sacrifice derived from the Vedic timesThey think that offering something into the fire, God can be reachedTemple rites are a combination of both Vedic and Agamic rituals.The sacrificial division of Hindu scripture is the Karma-KandaThe most famous Shrauta Brahmins maintain these ancient rituals.A few thousand of them perform the Agnihotra or basic AupasanaAnd the fire sacrifice is always twice daily, at dawn and dusk.Shakti means cosmic existence, liberation and divine feminine powerShakti most actively manifests through fertility and female embodimentAlso presented in males, Shakti also means The Great Divine MotherHuman sacrifices are carried out with Shakti, who is there present.A Sati is a widow, self-immolating on her husbands pyre, after his death,To guarantee the couples reunion in the afterlife and indians sayThat Sati releases herself from the "painful cycle of birth and rebirth"And all these human sacrifices for religious reasons still exist today.Genesis has Abraham preparing to sacrifice his son to our LordAbraham takes his own son up on a mountain and an altar he buildsTying his son to the altar, he puts a knife to his throat, without a wordBut God tell him this is just a test of his faith, we are all His kids.
  • 2. Jephthah makes a vow to the LORD, over the Ammonites the victory askingHe promises to give to the LORD the first thing coming out without his demandTo greet him when he returns in triumph, for sacrifice it, as a burnt offering.You shall be fuel for the fire, your blood shall flow throughout the land.You shall not be remembered, for I, the LORD, have spoken.-this is His command.Marieta MaglasArticle Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Marieta_Maglas==== ====Get free e-books on a variety of topics from Affiliate Marketing to how to heal with crystals.http://thothknows.blogspot.com/==== ====