I have a question for the article on “faith in God, transmitted by the ancestors”. I would like to clarify which ancestors are meant. My mom and dad, for example, were educated in the Soviet Union, the continuation of which now want to declare the Russian Federation, and in any God do not believe. Three or four generations ago some of my ancestors believed in Jesus Christ, the other Yahweh. If you dig deeper, many of my ancestors believed in Perun, Yarilo, and various other gods. Before that they probably worshiped totem animals and spirits of their ancestors.
Do I understand correctly that we now have come full circle and go back to the very beginning?
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