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Slavic culture and spirituality have made an impact on the two most widespread cultures (religions), Christian and Islamic. Traces of these influences noted French explorer Boris Rebinder in his book: "The life and religion of Slavs according to the Vles book".
Rebinder writes:
"We know perfectly well what does Jesus Christ brought. It says in the Gospels. And where we find, earlier, the same ideas? In Vles book. Before concluding, let us carefully examine what is Jesus Christ add to "Old Testament", after twenty five years, spent in a country that is unknown to us.
First of all, brought the idea of baptism. You need to enter the water to be purified. This idea is quite natural. It exists in many countries, especially in India. But it has also existed at Old Slavs. Vles book tells us to be washed five times daily before prays for a healthy mind in pure body."
We can see the similarity with the baptism, but the similarity with the behavior of Muslims, who pray to God, too, five times a day, with prior washing.
The Slavs used the cross, even before Christ, by thrusting a sword in the mound of dead warriors. Further, Boris Rebinder, comparing the texts of Vles book and Christianity, notes that Christian Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit, responds the old Slavic belief in the Trinity – three Gods: Svarog, Perun and Svetovid, who, together, are one. There is much that can match the Christianity and the old Slavic religion, that is suspected to influence the older to the younger. However, Boris Rebiner on page 92, say: "In my opinion, if we find the in "Vles book", pray that Jesus Christ left:
"Our Father, who are in heaven" – it makes no difference, neither the spiritual nor the linguistic point, but I do not claim that Jesus Christ didn't have compiled this prayer. Another plank deals with the bread and wine. We find the same idea in Christianity – replacement of body with bread and wine. "
Now, let's look at the Slavic source, who deny Roman writers that Slavs were savages and that they sacrificed humans to their gods. In this source, there isn't even sacrifices which Romans offered their gods – animals. On Roman charges, elegantly answers the Slavic Vles plank number 7A-1-2-3:
"We are lucky that we have religion, which of us does not require human sacrifice. We sacrifice the fruits of our work. "
The most convincing denial of the claim that the Slavs become literate in the 9th century, is on the panels of "Vles book" written in Slavic alphabet and in the Slavic language – several centuries before Cyril and Methodius.
The Slavs in the 7th century were the most numerous people in Europe and possessed the largest areas. So many territory could not keep without state organization, and state can not exist without literacy.
Such conclusion is just enough logic.

Живот и религија Словена према Влес књизи

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