Ecclesiastical

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Somehow, this dog was involved with the writing of the Book of Ecclesiastes. Coptic Orthodox Christian mythology maintains this dog humped the leg of the author of the Book, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

The term Ecclesiastical, derived from the name of the Biblical Book of Ecclesiastes, was coined by Alexander the Miserable in 820BCE. It is a term used to describe anything pertaining to ritualised silliness in the context of Christian-based neuroses, first recognised by Sigmund Freud in 1852AD.