ATHARVA VEDA , the
See also:book of the Vedas, the
See also:ancient scriptures of the
See also:Brahman religion . Like the other Vedas it is divided into Samhita, Brahmanas and Upanishads, representing the spiritual
See also:element and its magical and nationalistic development . The • mantras or sayings composing the Samhita of the Atharva Veda differ from those of the other Vedas by being in the
See also:form of spells rather than prayers or
See also:hymns, and seem to indicate a stage of religion
See also:lower than that of the Rig Veda .
ATHEISM (from Gr. as, privative, and Oebs, God)
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