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Idolatry is a pejorative term for the worship of an idol or a physical object such as a cult image as a god, or practices believed to verge on worship, such as giving honour and regard to created forms. In all the Abrahamic religions idolatry is strongly forbidden, although views as to what constitutes idolatry may differ within and between them. In other religions the use of cult images is accepted. Which images, ideas, and objects constitute idolatry is often a matter of considerable contention.

Behaviour considered idolatrous or potentially idolatrous may include the creation of any type of image of the deity, or of other figures of religious significance such as prophets, saints, and clergy, the creation of images of any person or animal at all, and the use of religious symbols, or secular ones. In addition, Christian theologians, following Saint Paul, have extended the concept to include giving undue importance to other aspects of religion, or to non-religious aspects of life in general, with no involvement of images specifically. For example, the Catechism of the Catholic Church states: “Idolatry not only refers to false pagan worship. Man commits idolatry whenever he honours and reveres a creature in place of God, whether this be gods, or demons (for example satanism), power, pleasure, race, ancestors, the state, money etc.” In some ultra-conservative Islamic societies with sharia law, idolaters may face the death penalty.

Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) is a neologism for a perceptual phenomenon characterized as a distinct, pleasurable tingling sensation in the head, scalp, back, or peripheral regions of the body in response to visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, and/or cognitive stimuli. The nature and classification of the ASMR phenomenon is controversial, though there is a considerable cult following and strong anecdotal evidence to support the phenomenon despite the lack of verifiable data.
The avoidance of the use of images for religious reasons is called aniconism. The destruction of religious images within a culture is called iconoclasm, of which there have been many major episodes in history.

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  • I worship the ground you walk

    douglas hagan July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • In place of worship

    douglas hagan July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • that thing is upside down.

    fn0rd99 July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • I don’t give much thought to little items like this in my home, but there is a massive statue of “Jesus” near my town that I’ve always thought was odd. Why would anyone claiming to be a Christian make an idol of the Son of God when it’s specifically forbidden in the Bible, and why do other Christians think this statue is so cool?! LOL Just throwing my thoughts out there. 😊

    West Lake Angel July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • Objects tend not to carry intent unless they belonged to a witch or an initiate of the mysteries.

    The only things that would really carry a charge, you wouldn't want as a second hand owner … the things that would maybe have family sentiment or collectors value won't affect you like that.

    The thing to discriminate against is your perception, is this object charged, or am I using it to see back, or forward through ether physics.

    Real charged or craft or enchanted items will hardly ever fall into the hands of the profane or the uninitiated without a bit of magic, a bit of whimsy, a bit of risk on the part of the one so receiving the item or bauble.

    Michael has a powerful consciousness and that is symptom and pudding proof of his effectiveness at ASMR… so to, his improvisational and organic energy work, which borders on reiki and I would say is self taught from observation.

    This is an informational post, in the light that someday humans with a much greater understanding of the 13 senses and the dimensions they manifest from will read this comment.

    Paracelsus July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • omg it is right there in front of you

    E B July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • blasphemy

    Nick Nick July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • I just subscribed.  I really liked this video.

    Blackboxofdespair July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • Do you have to do this every time you bring in the groceries?

    XrotarebiL July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply
  • I really liked this hope to see more requests.

    couchpotatotheatre July 23, 2020 10:09 am Reply

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