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Edited Sep 07, 2011, 22:14
Re: Our Sacred Land
Sep 07, 2011, 21:13
Sanctuary wrote:
drewbhoy wrote:
And the Auld Scots held water in high reverence, being quite serious, as whisky is known as the 'water of life'.

Yes they called it 'falling down water' didn't they Drew:-)

This falling down don't know nothing about that was just pointing out that some Scots thought water was special. Others called water Adam's Wine which would suggest some kind of spirituality and lets face it water is used for baptism. In fact water seems to play a part in all faiths, they even put water on the turf at Parkhead, a sacred place :-)
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