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Just some of the diverse groups of worship and beliefs in this wide world of ours I have so far found, and I have not collected them all or expanded them all.

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We are all following different pathways to the summit why not live in harmony?




Agnostic, Asatru, Atheism,  Australian Aborigine, Baha'ism,  Buddhism, Candomble, Cao Daism, Chaldean, Christian, Confucianism Deism,  Egyptian, Hindu, Jainist,  Judaism, Myan,  Mysticism, Muslim, Native North American, Native South American, New Age,  Noahidism,  Pagan,  Pantheism, Rastafarian, Santeria,  Scientology,  Shamanism,  Shintoism,  Sikhism,  Spiritualism, Sufi, Taoism Totemism, Umbanda, Unitarianism,  Universalism,  Universal Life Church, Voodoo, Wicca, Yoruba, Zoroastrianism

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Religious Tolerance Web Site

This web site is rather different:
This website is
unlike almost all other religious sites:
It promotes religious freedom, and diversity as positive cultural values.

We do not promote our own religious beliefs. We can't because we are a multi-faith group. We try to explain the full diversity of religious belief in North America, from Asatru, to Zoroastrianism, including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Taoism, Wicca, other religious groups, and spiritual/ethical groups.
We try to describe all viewpoints on controversial religious topics objectively and fairly. We cover a broad range of topics, from whether women should have access to abortion to whether homosexuals and bisexuals should be given equal rights, including same-sex marriage, and dozens of other hot topics.

 African beliefs



Insofar as I may be heard by anything, which may or may not care what I say, I ask, if it matters, that you be forgiven for anything you may have done or failed to do which requires forgiveness. Conversely, if not forgiveness but something else may be required to insure any possible benefit for which you may be eligible after the destruction of your body, I ask that this, whatever it may be, be granted or withheld, as the case may be, in such a manner as to insure your receiving said benefit. I ask this in my capacity as your elected intermediary between yourself and that which may not be yourself, but which may have an interest in the matter of your receiving as much as it is possible for you to receive of this thing, and which may in some way be influenced by this ceremony. Amen



Ásatrú is a polytheistic religion and the gods and/or goddesses that one chooses to worship or dedicate to among the Elder gods is a matter of individual choice and conscience.


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Bahai Sacred Writings

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Cao Daii


If ever you manage to get to Vietnam and into Saigon go to the country province of Tay Ninh. It is fairly near the north-west of Saigon, and is bordered nearly all round by Cambodia It serves something like Vatican city as it is the headquarters of localised native religion, Cao Daism.
The Cao Dai Great Temple there in the Tay Ninh province is a very imposing building. The temple was built between 1933 and 1955
The temple the largest of its kind in Vietnam, most of the worshipers live locally to this structure. It has a large structure of a Divine Eye at the entrance, above the altars and the Divine Eye is all around on the wall of the temple. The Divine Eye is the most sacred symbol of the religion as Ngo Minh Chieu saw it in vision while in trance.
Cao Daism came about when a very educated mystic/holy man Ngo Minh Chieu started putting his knowledge together and incorporated all the local religions of that time just after the start of the 1900’s. It is said he had mystic spiritual revelations from the higher Spirit level.
The religion, if looked at properly is Ngo Minh Chieu’s attempt to make an all embracing religion for the followers of Buddhism, Christianity, Confusianism, Islam and the regions’ version of Spiritualism, the local Vietnamese Spiritism, last but not least Taoism; He tried to get all their follows to come together as one religious unit.
He had taken what he thought was all the good bits and pieces from each belief and put them all together in one philosophy and started his own belief system and so a new religion was born. He took the name of “a high tower or palace” because it went up to the heavens and a palace is a place is fit for God, then he used the same name for the religion as a whole. So the name intertwines in the language as “high tower, palace and God”.
The practice seems to be similar to those I saw in Thailand, being mainly Buddhist [priest celibacy, vegetarianism with a mixture of Spirits, séances], a lot of Spiritualists in this country would go along with this philosophy. The followers also believe in one God.
As in the most Buddhism there are three steps of development in a humans life
The first period is the revelation of Gods truth, the second period is a stage where the great mystics like the Buddha, Confucius, Jesus, Mohammed, and Moses reached before the progressed to the third where they joined with the God Force and they were as One.
The followers of Cao Daism believe they have missed out the first step and the second step because they have a link with the Spirit World and that of God.


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Jain Dharma, is an independent religion, one of the oldest religions in the world. It is a dharmic religion and philosophy originating in Ancient India. The Jains follow the teachings of the 24 Jinas (conquerors) who are also known as Tirthankaras. The 24th Tirthankara, Lord Mahavira lived in ca. 6th century BCE.

Jains are a small but influential religious minority with at least 4.2 million practitioners in modern India and more in growing immigrant communities in the United States, Western Europe, Africa, the Far East and elsewhere, Jains continue to sustain the ancient Shraman or ascetic tradition.

Jains are not a part of the Vedic Religion (aka Hinduism) and have never been a part of it. Jainism is an independent and ancient religion of India and not an offshoot of the Vedic Religion (aka Hinduism).

Ancient India had two philosophical streams of thought: The Sramanic Religions, represented by Jainism and Buddhism; and the Vedic Religion (aka Hinduism). Both streams have existed side by side for many thousands of years, influencing each other and in turn being influenced by each other.

A great Hindu scholar, Lokmanya Tilak went on record to credit Jainism with influencing Hinduism and thus leading to the cessation of animal sacrifice in Vedic rituals. The venerable Bal Gangadhar Tilak has described Jainism as the originator of Ahimsa.

This is what he wrote in a letter printed in Bombay Samachar. Mumbai:10 Dec, 1904. In ancient times, innumerable animals were butchered in sacrifices. Evidence in support of this is found in various poetic compositions such as the Meghaduta. But the credit for the disappearance of this terrible massacre from the brahminical religion goes to Jainism., Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Jains have significantly influenced the religious, ethical, political and economic spheres in India for over two millennia. Jainism stresses on spiritual independence and equality of all life with particular emphasis on non-violence. Self-control , (vratae), is vital for attaining omniscience (kevala jnana) and eventually moksha, or realization of the soul s true nature.

Jains have an ancient tradition of scholarship. Not surprisingly, Jains are the most literate religious community in India, and the Jain libraries are India's oldest.


Kalinga (Modern Orissa) was home to many Jains in the past. Rishabha, the first Tirthankar, was revered and worshipped in the ancient city Pithunda which was destroyed by Mahapadma Nanda when he conquered Kalinga and brought the idol of Rishabhnath to his capital in Magadh. Rishabhnath is revered as Kalinga Ji. Ashoka s invasion and his Buddhist policy also subjugated Jains greatly in Kalinga. However Emperor Kharvela in the 1st century BC conquered Magadha and brought back Rishabhnath s idol and installed it in Udaygiri near his capital Shishupalgarh. The Khandagiri and Udaygiri caves near Bhubaneswar are the only stone monuments dedicated to Jainism surviving in Orissa. Much of the earlier buildings were in wood which were destroyed.

Decipherment of Brahmi by James Prinsep in 1788 enabled the reading of ancient inscriptions in India, which established the antiquity of Jainism. Discovery of Jain manuscripts, a process that continues today, has added significantly to retracing the history of Jainism. Jain archaeological findings are often from Maurya, Sunga, Kushan, Gupta, Kalachuries, Rashtrakut, Chalukya, Chandel and Rajput and later periods. Several western and Indian scholars have contributed to the reconstruction of Jain history. They include western historians like Bühler, Jacobi, and Indian scholars like Iravatham Mahadevan, who has worked on Tamil Brahmi inscriptions.

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