Re: Stats (was: The profile of a conlanger
|From:||Barry Garcia <barry_garcia@...>|
|Date:||Monday, November 8, 1999, 22:35|
>In my conreligion... the Hangkerim religion, there is an official version
>and a popular version too. The official version tells there is no
>and spirits are respected but not worshiped. Popular beheaviour do
>spirits, tho they say they don't.
In both of my concultures they are polytheistic and ancestor worshippers.
The Daga-Bundogs' religion has hardly any outside influences while the
Saalangals have som Hindu beliefs mixed in with native beliefs. They do
have idols, but they aren't considered holy and are often burned at the
end of festivals devoted to the god the image represents (much like
Hindu's often do, as I saw on a video where they threw a statue of the
patron goddess of education (or arts, or both, i forget!) into the village
'The beginning calls for courage; the end demands care'