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Re: [alternate-history] Re: No Buddism

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  • John Faerseth
    Jainism takes on many of Buddhism s traits, and goes on to conquer large parts of Asia-just like Buddhism did? ...
    Message 1 of 4 , May 1, 2002
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      Jainism takes on many of Buddhism's traits, and goes
      on to conquer large parts of Asia-just like Buddhism
      did?

      --- anthonyappleyard <Anthony.Appleyard@...>
      wrote:
      > --- In alternate-history@y..., "rurrjh" <rurr2@h...>
      > wrote:
      > > Buddah decides palace life is fufiling
      > > Conseqences
      >
      > The Tibetans remain fast-breeding and warlike and
      > persistently invade
      > north India.
      >
      > Mongolia stays warlike longer.
      >
      > South-East Asia stays with its old aboriginal
      > religions or goes
      > entirely Hindu. Hinduism was never an active seeker
      > of converts, and
      > for a long time absolutely refused to accept
      > converts, but that did
      > not stop large numbers of non-Indians from imitating
      > it.
      >
      >
      >


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    • Thomas Roche
      Either Christianity or Islam makes far more headroads in Asia, likely all the way to Japan. Perhaps both carve out large swathes of territory here. Very
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 2 7:33 PM
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        Either Christianity or Islam makes far more headroads
        in Asia, likely all the way to Japan. Perhaps both
        carve out large swathes of territory here. Very
        interesting.

        --- anthonyappleyard <Anthony.Appleyard@...>
        wrote:
        > --- In alternate-history@y..., "rurrjh" <rurr2@h...>
        > wrote:
        > > Buddah decides palace life is fufiling
        > > Conseqences
        >
        > The Tibetans remain fast-breeding and warlike and
        > persistently invade
        > north India.
        >
        > Mongolia stays warlike longer.
        >
        > South-East Asia stays with its old aboriginal
        > religions or goes
        > entirely Hindu. Hinduism was never an active seeker
        > of converts, and
        > for a long time absolutely refused to accept
        > converts, but that did
        > not stop large numbers of non-Indians from imitating
        > it.
        >
        >
        >


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