Dyak Tribe of Borneo Scapeboats Not Scapegoats Annually to Take Away Sins of the People Having Guilty Consciences


Beginning in the time of Moses and the Exodus, the Israelites ceremonially bestowed their sins upon a goat which then was sent out into the wilderness never to be seen again, gone forever, symbolic that Elohim takes away the sins of all who are repentant, like the Dyak tribe of Borneo who drift a a small specially made boat down the river which if disappeared around the bend means their sins are forgiven, if not one year of trouble ahead. The commonality of this concept of sin taken away proves the general revelation of Elohim to all people, by the design seen in nature and conscience from the Creator.