- Dec 14, 2013
So are we going to have our Red Feast and then have the fateful session, or is it the other way around?
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Just reading back that passage, is the master the Emperor, or someone else ?- Your victory will defeat you. The deceiver has been deceived and what was promised shall turn into ash. The Imperium will be consumed by the fire started by you.
Nikephoros looked at her with widened eyes.
- Wha- How.. Who are you?!
- I am a messenger of God and His Light is with me. Tell your master that the hour or judgment is nigh.
Reincarnation dates back to the Greeks, but Wheel definitely has a Vedic smell. Though it might date back to Sassanid or even Hellenistic contacts with India.I'm sure some Christian heresy must have had a concept of reincarnation somewhere along the road (there was so many it's very likely) but sure that concept of Wheel smells of Ceylon
Which we'll probably accomplish in Hearts of Iron 3/4, as well as turning the Imperium into the Imperium of Man.Which kind of makese sense. The best way to free all the souls from reincarnation is to make sure mankind has been wiped out in some huge global war - eventually Xenoi will sacrifice everyone, themselves included.
Even the Christian heresies that contained some Maniquean ideas didn't have the concept. I highly doubt that any Christian defendtthe concept of reincarnation before final judgment.Not a heresy per se, but Manichaeism maybe? Since it included Buddhist teachings as well.
I'm sure some Christian heresy must have had a concept of reincarnation somewhere along the road (there was so many it's very likely) but sure that concept of Wheel smells of Ceylon
The whole Wheels thing, possible reincarnation, the idea of men and women being equal and the (implied) fighting of the higher classes reminds me a lot of Sikhism personally. Maybe this is TTL's version of it, except being a Christian heresy with Vedic influence instead of being a Vedic religion with Islamic influence?Not a heresy per se, but Manichaeism maybe? Since it included Buddhist teachings as well.
Burn everything and everyone God will recognize his own.Take everything that isn't nailed down and then burn the rest! Then burn what you took. Then burn yourself. That way the Imperium will be pure (ash)!