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Old 02-24-2007, 05:04 PM   #1
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5000 years of religion in 90 seconds

http://www.mapsofwar.com/ind/history-of-religion.html

Cool animation of religious expansion.
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hmmmm.. so where is scientology (ya i dont know how to spell it, its not really my cup of tea.)
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hmmmm.. so where is scientology (ya i dont know how to spell it, its not really my cup of tea.)


Not to mention all the existing religions that were in place already.


I guess they only wanted to show the ones they felt that count. BOOOOOOOOOOOO
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Not to mention all the existing religions that were in place already.


I guess they only wanted to show the ones they felt that count. BOOOOOOOOOOOO
word.. they totally left out claytonism
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word.. they totally left out claytonism
that entails standing in the mirror talking how great you are at everything.

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word.. they totally left out claytonism


Claytonism - Everyone has two soles!!
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left out the pagans. They ruled a majority for a long time
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Claytonism - Everyone has two soles!!
and those 2 soles will be MMIIIIINNNEEE!!!!
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Not to mention all the existing religions that were in place already.


I guess they only wanted to show the ones they felt that count. BOOOOOOOOOOOO
They've been around for such a short amount of time. Probably wouldn't register on this scale.
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They've been around for such a short amount of time. Probably wouldn't register on this scale.
The romans were pagans. They were a large group and around for a long time.
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There were too many differentiations of Paganism to select one region's version.
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