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  BubbleGrunge  |  18

I was raised in a church that up until recent decades, use to handle snakes. Waking up to parents and others standing over you, arms out stretched and whispering prayers and gibberish, though a common occurrence, is indeed scary!

  MrSassypants  |  32

Actually, it involved no water at all. The roommate figured that since you can't breathe underwater, and you can't breathe under a pillow, a pillow over OP's head would suffice.

  Deathghat  |  5

...I'll take that as a yes *goes on with whole precedure* and now I baptize you in the name if the father, the son and the Holy Spirit. *starts pouring pales of water all over him.*
"But I was trying to baptize you and save your soul..."

By  NotABadName  |  9

No sacrifice to god is scary because with satanic sacrifices you cut out the heart and paint a pentagram around the body with the blood and also cut inverted cross in where the heart was. A sacrifice to god they slit the throat and burn the body then your apartment or flat would have burnt down.

  NotABadName  |  9

#19 No I did not look into it but I will to others that say I know to much about sacrifice I like to study religions and cultures that were and are based around religion.

  dmd316  |  9

An upside down cross is actually Saint Peter's cross. The satanic cross is much more complex looking with loops and infinity looking symbols. The upside down cross is misconceived to be satanic because of pop culture such as scary movies and bands that wanted to be edgy.

  WilliMo  |  8

When they were feeling particularly cruel or the prisoner had done something truly, horrifically heinous (ie. committed treason, murdered their family, a group of unrelated persons or "raped" an officials wife, then yes, inverted crucifixion was a suitable form of punishment.