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Eldorado

‘Supernatural’ Bronze Age find at the Thames?

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Piney
4 hours ago, Eldorado said:

The article keeps switching over to the term "god" and using the masculine form when all rivers were the personification of a goddess to IE and Vasconic ethnic groups.

 

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Tatetopa

"Old Father Thames".  For some it is inconceivable that white males have not always been the pinnacle of worship.  

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Piney
Just now, Tatetopa said:

"Old Father Thames".  For some it is inconceivable that white males have not always been the pinnacle of worship.  

That term came about in the 17th-18th Century. It's a "neo-myth". The oldest reference was 1713. 

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hetrodoxly
1 hour ago, Tatetopa said:

"Old Father Thames".  For some it is inconceivable that white males have not always been the pinnacle of worship.  

England is known by it's people as the 'Motherland'

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Piney
17 minutes ago, hetrodoxly said:

England is known by it's people as the 'Motherland'

Personified as the goddess Victoria. 

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jaylemurph
On 11/16/2019 at 12:11 PM, Piney said:

Personified as the goddess Victoria. 

I hear she doesn’t get amused as much as she did. 

—Jaylemurph 

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