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.
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