Superstition: The Shadow Side of Logic
@ K. 2004 07 29
My title quotes Leonard Shlain, merely substituting my colon for his comma and space. I’m not ready to write the module yet, but I had to post the quote somewhere, somehow.
Superstitions are the illusion of control over fate.
Churches, religions, priests are enforcers for the superstition. Anyone not outwardly honoring the superstition is doomed within the group.
And remember: the three major religions are: Marxism, conventional religions (Roman Catholicism, Hinduism …), and scientific materialism.