A Spell on All Their Houses, How Religious SCRIPTURE and Practices Support Intolerance, Violence and Even War. Includes Mythical and Outrageously FORGED Religious Origins

How religious SCRIPTURE, practices and writings support cruelty, violence, hate, murder and sometimes questionable moral practices, such as sexual abuse against children. Many have even gone headfast to the extreme of war and genocide in the name of their preferred religion. Some religions in their origins copied previous myths and performed outrageous forgery. More

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About Samuel Butler

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Samuel Butler is a graduate (B.A.) in Economics from University of California, Berkeley, 1959.
Former All-City Champion Pole Vaulter in San Francisco high schools
Former Captain United States Air Force (reserve) Navigator
Former President of the Toastmasters Club (Golden Gate Toastmasters) in San Francisco
Former Chief Appraiser of a Large Financial Institution in California
Former Vice President for Real Estate Acquisitions, United States Real Estate Corporation, Headquartered in the Bank of America Building in San Francisco
Owner, Founder, Butler Realty Group, focusing on Commercial Real Estate, located in the Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco
Successful Commercial Real Estate Broker (in Cushman and Wakefield, owned by Rockefeller) San Francisco Founder, former President of Atlantis Energy, S.A., a biofuel corporation.
Now retired, plays golf, chess, and bridge

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Review by: Elf32 on Aug. 13, 2011 : (no rating)
A detailed book about the forgery in founding Christian religion out of the given religions in the Near East at that time. Also quite detailed about the Islam, how the Prophet married female children, was probably illiterate and Qur'an has also be forged out of a matriarchal religion.

Unfortunately the chapter about Buddhism does not go much beyond Wikipedia, and mainly focuses on the Feudalistic society in Tibet until 1950ies. Further examples in other, e.g. South-Asian, countries would be interesting too.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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