time. World War means a war that affects the whole world; it specially involves and destroys the most powerful and biggest nations of the time. It is a war on such a huge scale that affects also countries of different parts of the world, it lasts for multiple years. So far only two events that happened on a huge scale that humanity has never seen before the 20th century and have been labeled as "World War"; those are World War I (1914-1918) and World War II (1939-1945). The term "World War III" is
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1898:375). In Jericho, a plastered-over human skull gives us the first physical indication of explicit ancestor worship and totemization, dated to approximately 8000 years ago (Lamb 2012:85). Henning agrees that soul and ancestor worship are the start of historical religion, and cites the German scholar Bernhard Stade in agreement with his views on ancient Israeli religious beliefs: "It is probable that ancestor worship is by all means the oldest stage of the belief in spiritual beings, and that
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was not in of itself difficult, but they wanted to maintain an upper-caste dominance over Indian society. This required upholding "classical" structures of caste identity for all Indians in their vision of what post-colonial India would look like and how it would function politically and socially. These structures of caste provided upper-caste Hindus with a privileged social and