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    Re: Why Did Paganism Fail?

    Hare Krishna's are doing farely well in India and abroad. Actually the ideology comes from a revered saint in Hinduism, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, which maintains that 'the world and souls depend on God, though they are separate and distinct from Him. They are neither one with God nor different from Him. There is an incomprehensible difference-non-difference (Achintya Bhedabheda).' It is true that they have problems with science just like any other monotheist philosophy. Hare Krishna's are but a small part of a larger following in India.

    What I said about their sub-polar origin is clearly mentioned in the Vedas. That Aryans were nomads and herders also cannot be doubted with the importance of cows in their life. Brahmins who are supposed to be their descendants carry their geneological name which is known as 'gotra'. Gotra is an enclosure in which cows are kept. Probably all people who kept their cows in a particular enclosure were known by the headman's name or perhaps people from one family kept their cows in one enclosure, 'he is from X gotra'. My family's gotra name is Upamanyu. He has one verse in his name in RigVeda. In ceremonies and marriages 'gotra' must be mentioned, a brahmin who does not know his 'gotra' is hardly a brahmin, marriage of the boys and girls from the same 'gotra' is not permitted. In the fire-sacrifices hindus use barley grains, so probably that was the main grain of Aryans, rice is not mentioned at all. Many of the Vedic seers have the name of Central Asian places attached to their names, for example, X seer was Valhiki (hailed from Balkh) or Y was a Kamboja (probably from Turkmenistan).

    I am no historian (though my grandfather was one), but I hope what I have written helps.

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    Re: Why Did Paganism Fail?

    'The late Mr. Kynpham Singh in his book The Times and Works of U Rash Mohon Roy wrote thus: "One year, one girl student of K.J.P. Synod School now (formerly known as Welsh Mission Girls High School), who was of the Khasi Religion, applied for a leave of absence to go and witness the dance at Sohra, but Miss Jones, who was the Headmistress at that time, did not grant her the leave asked for. She also sent a letter to the family of the student in which she wrote thus: "I repeat what I said yesterday, that I cannot permit even on student of the Christian Mission School to have any part in heathen festivities. When I say something, I really mean it, and after a deep thought and an intense prayer I have arrived at the above decision. this School stands as an example of things which glorify the Christian religion."

    Kynpham Singh also wrote: "The Christians are strictly prohibited even to witness the dance. The punishment meted out was excommunication. When converted to Christianity, they sold away their dancing ornaments or broke them into pieces or pounded them in a mortar wit a pestle and made necklaces and earrings with exotic designs.' (http://www.khasi.ws/letter_1.htm)

    Perhaps that is what happened in Europe also.

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    Paganism never went extinct, but is alive and well despite the attempts of Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Marxism to exterminate it. Paganism doesn't have as much reach as it did, because of the corruption within and usurpation over Roman and Persian governments, etc by which Abrahamists secured either de facto OR de jure monopolies over much of the globe--but never both forms at once. Abrahamists claim they are entitled to monopolies and refer to their claimed adherents as monolithic entities of both influence and affluence from which there is no escape or avoidance, yet claim they are under siege or attack--chiefly by each other. Pagans are largely deemed as unimportant nonentities deserving little if any recognition of their existence. They think that by puffing up themselves and tearing each other down, but ignoring everybody else, that's all that matters in life. I just hold them all in between North Eurasians and Sub-Saharan Africans. What a great life in this Melanochroi golden cage of such hapless innocence.

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