ANCIENT TIBET INHUMAN PRACTICE
The people of Tibet used a very strange and bizarre method but barbarous in nature to choose the best child as soon as it was born. As soon as a child was born, it was dipped immediately into ice-cold water, not just one but seven times. Shocking! Isn’t it? But this is true. Only one child out of ten used to live after going through the shock and the pain emerging out of that ice-cold water.
Tibet, being the highest land in the world, as it is situated at the top of Himalayas needs very strong people and so this practice, similar to modern day ‘Genetic Engineering’ evolved. And the surprising thing is that Tibetans were not aware of such word ‘Genetic Engineering’ that time but one could say that they were instead making use of such modern concept very well. It may be that it was an ancient way of ‘Genetic Engineering’!
Tibetans believed that it was better that child dies rather than suffers all kinds of diseases, biological deformities, weak body structure, sicknesses and weaknesses throughout his life. The child who was unable to cope up such terrible shock and pain resulting from iced-cold water will not be able to function and live its life in as much satisfied manner as it or its parents wanted.
The land of Tibet doesn’t need people who can’t tolerate much cold, much pain and much shock and who are incapacitated to work or produce anything. And this inhuman and bone-chilling dipping of child made Tibetans lived the longest and the healthiest life.