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Nothing I can say does justice to them IRL.
Whatever it is, it should be somewhere else.
...I'm curious at what point did Gypos become Christian...?
Were they converted at some point when they entered Europe?
they stole the religion too?
Are they really christian
I didnt know they were christian
>The ancestors of modern-day Romani people were previously Hindu, but adopted Christianity or Islam depending on their respective regions they had migrated through
They're a syncretic blend of whatever superstitions they come across, like a blob absorbing whatever litter it rolls across.
that's more or less what indians do in general
I wasn't aware they had much culture at all
Beyond thieves cant
I've once read an article about how christianity doesn't grow on India because they just mix it all up since their religion kinda allows for that
Gypsies stole civilisation from the Africans and sold it to Europeans
Hinduism is extremely loose
A week or so ago gyppos pulled #BLMkidnapping and livestreamed themselves torturing another gyppo
A little before the Swedish livestream rape
How long until FB livestream gets zucc'd?
There's blurry regional varieties that all interpret it differently in India - for example some people say all the Gods are aspects of one God making it technically some form of monotheism.
The syncretism of Hindu is very overstated
more like pantheism
There was third vid where they doused her with gasoline and threatened to set her on fire but cant find it
They don't like Abrahamic religions
But you get the idea
A lot of the scholarship on Hinduism is clouded by Western scholars trying to coherently piece together systems of thinking from people with an IQ of 70.
Ask a brahmin sometime
Brahmin iq is very high
there are smart people in India
brahmins are different since they're both smart & have a deep knowledge of their religion
Oh, I know.
but they usually leave India for that reason LOL
And the Brahmins do have a rather coherent religious framework.
That's Guenon's best book, in my opinion. It's more of a basic bitch primer on RadTrad thinking than it is what the title suggests.
I haven't read any Guenon yet
If you do read Guenon and Evola, don't become a gnostic orientalist who counter-signals bold action.
I've read some Evola and agree with him