As surely as night follows day and day follows not there will always be consequences that will sway the minds of the people to go to where they want to go and were others want them to go, because consequences are a reality of life, even life itself, but then again consequences can be and are not so much of the time occurring, but are a form of dogma which everyone knows are simply a principle or a set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertible and not open to questions, which often contains unrealistic values that cannot be scientifically proven, but at the same time can be proven by ones own experiences of real life as they live it and not as someone else lived it in ancient times…
Do you follow my meaning, but to argue that someone else’s consequences when experienced by them are ether false and untrue because you have no scientific evidence or proof you will be hypocritical, yes on both sides of the coin because they may be able to scientifically prove that they have lived through them by experiences by living witnesses, whereas ancient and I mean ancient consequences written or spoken cannot be proven to be true because there is no proof that the written word of those times are true in the reality of life as experienced by them who wrote it.
The characteristic spirit of the culture, era, or community as manifested in its attitudes and aspirations‘, nature, disposition and customs. Atmosphere, climate, mood, feelings Disposition, tenor, essence, disposition, rational, morality, moral code, principles, standards and ethics.
As just about all ancient cultures were different (with similarities) then as they are now in their rational, based on or in accordance with their ability with reason or logic, and able to think sensibly or logically, or having the capacity to reason. Considering many people and even whole cultures of people today does not have these capabilities and this is part of the reason why you have extremism and ignorance, and often stupidity.