Religions - General Information

In his search of the Divine, man has traversed many paths. These spiritual paths are often charismatic or mystical in source or nature and have a powerful spiritual presence. A few examples are explored below.


This broad term includes the thousands of tribal indigenous faiths which have existed on every continent since long before recorded history. Beliefs include a deep sense of the sacredness of life and of the earth, communion with spirit guides and in the ability of man to live in harmony with and influence nature.


Spiritualism holds that there is another, perhaps deeper, reality on "the other side" which can be contacted by mediums or psychics who have sufficient sensitivity. It is one of the oldest forms of communion.


Founded in the late 1800s by Madame Blavatsky, Theosophy emphasizes mystical experience, esoteric doctrine, monism, universal brotherhood, and exploring the powers latent in man and nature.


Many faiths are based on universalism principles, often to avoid certain doctrines which are seen as narrow or sectarian. Universalism arises in all religions, whether Christian (Unitarianism), Islam (Baha'i), Jain (Rajneeshism) or Hindu (dozens of all-religious movements, such as those of Sai Baba and Maharshi Mahesh Yogi).


Among thousands of other faiths are: Indigenous People's Tribal Religions, Humanitarianism, Anthroposophy, Swedenborgianism, Gnosticism, Neo-Platonism, Scientology, Witchcraft, Paganism, Occultism, Subud, Freemasonry, Satan Worship, Mysticism, Huna, Sufism, Bahai, Rosicrucianism, Christian Science and Religious Science.

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