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These dogma could be rooted deep into our brains by a natural inclination to build societies and cooperate for a thriving species. How it came into play with religion- I don't know. These I mean are like some of the golden rules. Just think though, what if the origin of general religion (in what, ancient mesopotamia?) was influenced by some kind of drug use. I don't know what hey did in those places back then, just a random consideration. I almost don't even want to say that because the association of such statements draws in thoughts of nutjobs or druggies. X= But there are definitely many truths of various religions that I just can't accept. I can appreciate some of the philosophies. I'd rather not adhere to anything that is mostly definite but not proven, but I will not discount the possibility. I am agnostic- but I lean more towards that there is a deity or deities. My idea of a god might differ from traditional beliefs, but who is to say that a god is all powerful, causes this an