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The origins of football/soccer game: Ritualistic human sacrifice for the "gods", in order to "keep the ball court of the heavens".

 
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The origins of football/soccer game: Ritualistic human sacrifice for the "gods", in order to "keep the ball court of the heavens".
The worldwide sheeple average entertainment, "soccer" or "football", regardless it's variations, has its origins in a ritualistic "game" played by ancient Mesoamericans, with two opposite teams in a court or field, a handmade ball and two goals of each side.

The Aztec ball game was actually a revision of an ancient Mesoamerican game that was played by many peoples including the Mayans. It may have originated with the ancient Olmec civilization. It became a very important part of the Aztec Empire, not just as entertainment, but for political and religious reasons as well.

Let me ask you this - if you move into a new home, what do you do first? Put up a special picture? Plug in the stereo? When the Aztecs started a new settlement, there were two things they would do. First, build a shrine to the god Huitzilopochtli, and then build a ball court next to it. In Tenochtitlan it was surrounded by the palace and temple. The Aztec ball game, known as ullamaliztli, was a priority(...)

The teams would face each other on the court. The object in theend was to get the ball through the stone hoop(...)

The Aztec ball game had a lot of ritual significance. It was mean to mirror the ball court of the heavens, this beingthe ball court of the underworld where the sun passed each night. The game represented the battle between day and night, and sowas also related to the human blood sacrifices that were intended to keep the sun moving in the sky. (Read more about the Aztec sacrifices here)

It is said that the ball represented the head of a sacrificed victim. In Tenochtitlan, the ball court was at the foot of the bloodstained stairs of the temple, and the ball game itself would often be a scene of sacrifice. It is believed that the losing coach, or even the whole team, might be sacrificed. Some historians have disputed this - because it was an honour to be sacrificed, it may have been the winning team that lost their lives.
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Re: The origins of football/soccer game: Ritualistic human sacrifice for the "gods", in order to "keep the ball court of the heavens".
If you dig a little more on the net you can find more specific details about how the need of keeping the ball on the move, without touching the ground, was a way of mimicking the way the celestial bodies float in space or something like that.

However, it seems pretty much obvious TO ME, that ancient Mesoamericans witnessed some alien technology at work in the skies, perhaps large orbs exiting/entering dimensional ports or maybe something bigger, like aliens dragging entire moons and asteroids up there, and the religious-based simplifying ignorance of ancient men, wrapped up it all in a brutal bizarre "game" with human sacrifice of the losers, at the end.

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Re: The origins of football/soccer game: Ritualistic human sacrifice for the "gods", in order to "keep the ball court of the heavens".
Of some way, European explorers managed to turn that satanic bloody ritualistic shit of primitive men, into the biggest and most profitable game of the sports industry.

And NOTHING is capable of keep modern men in so deep trance, like football/soccer games.

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Re: The origins of football/soccer game: Ritualistic human sacrifice for the "gods", in order to "keep the ball court of the heavens".
There is also evidence that in the areas now known to be Turkmenistan/Uzbekistan, football originated by decapitating your enemy's chief and kicking it around. this eventaully became formalised with rules and 'goals' etc..
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Re: The origins of football/soccer game: Ritualistic human sacrifice for the "gods", in order to "keep the ball court of the heavens".
There is also evidence that in the areas now known to be Turkmenistan/Uzbekistan, football originated by decapitating your enemy's chief and kicking it around. this eventaully became formalised with rules and 'goals' etc..
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I've read it somewhere too. But the Mesoamericans already had the full game with rules and "technical details" over 1,500 BC.
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