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  Thursday 25 June 2009 14:50:28  
From:
mario ferrandi   mario ferrandi
 
Subject:

Vieni avanti, cretino

 
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All religions in the world
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statistics for over 4,500 to religions, churches, denominations, religious bodies, faith groups,Secret societies,Conspiracies, movements, ultimate concerns, etc.

Index this group (All religions in the world)
1/ Christians( All sects )
2 / Islamic ( All sects)
3/ Judaism (All sects)
4/ Zoroastrianism
5/ Mandaean (Iraq)
6/ Bahai Faith,Bábism
7/ Ahmadiyya
8/ Yazdânism (yazidi)
9/ Jainism ( All sects)
10/ Sikhism (All sects)
11/ Buddhism (All sects)
12/ Taoism or Daoism ( All sects )
13/ Shinto
14/ Confucianism
15/ Vietnam Religions ( All sects )
16/ Satanism orThe Order of Baphomet
17/ Masonic or Freemasonry ( All groups ) not religion
18/ UFO religion and outer-space intelligence religions(All sects)
19/ New Age ( list of sects)
20/ Hinduism ( all sects)
21/ Esoteric, spiritist ( All sects )
22/ Osho/Rajneeshism
23/ Voodoo ( All sects )
24/ Peace Mala
25/ Ku Klux Klan,Racist group (Hate group)
26/ Shamanism
27/ pagan ( All sects )
28/ Eckankar
29/ Humanist emblem of spirit
30/ Soka Gakkai international-USA
31/ Izumo Taishakyo mission of Hawaii
32/ Sufism Reoriented
33/Seicho-No-Le
34/ konko-kyo Faith
35/ Atheist ( all sects)
36/ Tenrikyo church
37/ Way of Former Heaven
38/ Animism
39/ Asatru
40/ Arianism
41/ Astrology (All sects)
42/ Atenism
43/ Burkhanism or Ak Jang
44/ Bwiti
45/ Cao Dai
46/ Chinese Mythology
47/ New movements Christians
48/ Discordianism
49/ Falun Gong
50/ Gnosticism (All sects)
51/ Japanese Mythology
52/ Luciferianism
53/ Odinism
54/ Pana Wave
55/ Parmalim
56/ Peyotism or Native American Church
57/ Prince Philip Movement
58/ Raelism
59/ Reiki
60/ Scientology
61 / Papahurihia
62/ Shinreikyo
63/ Spiritualism ( all sects)
64/ Subud
65/ Ringatu
66/ Wotanism
67/ Juche
68/ curious
69/ mystic (All sects)
70/ Native American religions
71/ Eurasian or Asian
72/ Shapeshifting Reptilian Humanoids--IT'S SO TRUE!
73/ mythology ( all sects)
74/ Nikaya schools
75/ Cheondogyo
76/ Jeung San Do
77/ Principia Discordia (The Illuminatus)
78/ Wicca (All sects)
79/ Setianism or Temple of Set
80/ Bohemian grove
81/ Knights Templar
82/ Novus Ordo Seclorum or New World Order
83/ Aetherius Society
84/ Avatar
85/ Chen Tao (Taiwan)
86/ Heaven's Gate Cosmic people of light powers
87/Ancient Religions
88/ Universe people or
89/ Unarius Academy of Science
90/ Venetism
91/ Secret Societies
92/Church of All Worlds
93/ Discordianism
94/ World Pantheist Movement
95/ Summum
96/Universal Life
97/ Ayyavazhi
98/ Occultist (All sects)
99/ Yoga
100/ skull and bones
101/ Chondogyo
102/ Yiguandao
104/ Manichaelism
105/ Mazdakism
106/ marxism
107/ Mita Congregation or Mita Faith
108/ Lou de Palingboer
109/ Rastafari Movement
110/ The Kingdom of God
111/ Umbanda
112/ Santo Daime
113/ Spiritism/Kardecism
114/ Universal Church of the Reign of God (Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus)
115/ Mal? cult or the religion of the Alfus?s
116/ The Religion of the Quechua
117/ Religion of the Kadiweu
118/ The Code Of Handsome Lake
119/ The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
120/ Mithraism
121/ New Zealand (Aotearoa)
122/ New Polynesian Religions
123/ The Tuka Movement (Fiji)
124/ Vailala Madness
125/ Mambu Movement (North-West New Guinea)
126/ Jon Frum Movement
127/ Baluan Native Christian United Church
128/ Christian Fellowship Church of New Georgia
129/ Peli ('Hawk') Asociation (Papua New Guinea)
130/ Legio Maria Movement(Africa)
131/ Aladura (Africa)
132/ Lugbara Religion (sudan africa)
133/ Chamba Religion (cameroon)
134/ Bemba Religion (zambia africa)
135/ Kaguru Religion (East Central Tanzania)
136/ Merina Religion (Central Madagascar,Africa)
137/ Tswana Religion (Botswana ,Tswana ,South Africa)
138/ Yoruba Religion (Nigeria, Oyo, Ondo, Ogun Kwara)
139/ Nuer Religion (Southern Sudan)
140/ Chewa Religion ( Malawi, Dedza, Kasungu)
141/ Maasai Religion (Nakuru/Naivasha (Kenya ,Tanzania)
142/ Oromo (Boorana) Religion (africa)
143/ Deism – Not a religion, but a belief based on Reason!
144/ Deepak Chopra and the Chopra Center
145/ Toil and Peaceful Life" or The name Doukhobor
146/ Primordial Traditions
147/ Huna (Hawaiian religion)
148/ The Nation of Gods and Earths
149/ KCYL/KYAA Knanaya Catholics
150/ Aum Shinrikyo (Asahara Shoko)
151/ New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church
152/ Apologia Christian Ministries
153/ Rivermont Evangelical Presbyterian Church
154/ Church of the Open Door
155/ New Creation Church (Singapore)
156/ Megachurch
157/ Charismatic Movement
158/ Churches Together in Wirral
159/ Garden City Christian Church
160/ Christian City Church International
161/ Australian Christian Churches
162/ Riverview Church
163/ Hope Brisbane Christian Church
164/ Thiaoouba Prophecy (Thiaooubanism)
165/ Darwinism
166/ Hedonism
167/ Existentialism
168/ Communism
169/ Surrealism
170/ Cynicism
171/ Ancient Order of Druids in America
172/ Meher Baba
173/ Discordianism
174/ Etruscan mythology
175/ Orphism
176/ Thelema
177/ Rothschild dynasty
178/ Maitreya
179/ Brahmo Samaj
180/ Rime movement
181/Samarasa Sutha Sanmarga Sangam
183/ Theosophy
184/ Anthroposophy
185/ Ramakrishna Mission
186/ I AM
187/ Native Americans in the United States Religions
188/ International Peace Mission movement
189/ Psychiana
190/ Arya Samaj
191/ Pentecostalism
192/ Tähtitieto (ufo sect)
193/ Self-Realization Fellowship
194/ International Society for Krishna Consciousness
195/ Makuya Sect
196/ Transcendental Meditation
197/ Ananda Marga
198/ The Nation of Gods and Earths
199/ Adidam
200/ Sathya Sai Organization
201/ Old Catholics
202/ Mazdakism
203/ Nyingma
204/ Advaita Vedanta
205/ Shingon Lingayatism
206/ Sant Mat Vaishnavism
207/ Dvaita
208/ Udasi Shuddhadvaita
209/ Gaudiya Vaishnavism, Achintya Bheda Abheda
210/ Din-i-Ilahi
211/ Russian Orthodox Old Believers
212/ Pietism
213/ Pythagoreanism
214/ Platonic realism
215/ Epicureanism
216/ Stoicism
217/ Madhyamaka
218/ Neoplatonism
219/ Marcionism
220/ Manichaeism
221/ Pelagianism
222/ Nestorianism
223/ Monophysitism
224/ Jinja Honch
225/ Evangelische Kirche in Deutschland (EKD)
226/ Iglesia ni Cristo (based in the Philippines)
227/ Veerashaivas (Lingayats)
228/ Kimbanguist Church
229/ Universal Church of the Kingdom of God((Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus)
230/ China Christian Council
231/ Rissho Koseikai
332/ Aglipayan Church
233/ Laestadian ( christian movement)
234/ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark
235/ Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee)
236/ Kale Heywet (SIM, Ethiopia)
237/ Church of Norway (Evangelical Lutheran)
238/ Christian Congregation (Brazil)
239/ National Baptist Convention of America
240/ God is Love Pentecostal Church Igreja Pentecostal Deus e Amo
241/ Ch'ondogyo
242/ Church of the Lord Aladura
243/ Reiyukai
244/ International Church of the Foursquare Gospel
245/ Netherlands Reformed Church (NHK)
246/ Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
247/ Protestant Christian Batak Church
248/ Huria Kristen Batak Protestan -- HKBP, Indonesia
249/ Evangelical Churches of West Africa
250/ Progressive National Baptist Convention
251/ United Pentecostal Church International
252/ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania
253/ Presbyterian Church of Korea (Haptong)
254/ Africa Inland Church (Kenya)
255/ Brazil for Christ
256/ Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar
257/ Radhasoami
258/ United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
259/ True (Old Calendar) Orthodox Church of Greece
260/ Reformed Church in Hungary
261/ American Muslim Society
262/ Presbyterian Church of Korea (Tonghap)
263/ Council of Baptist Churches of NE India
264/ Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus
265/ Baptist Bible Fellowship International
266/ Myanmar Baptist Convention
267/ Malagasy Lutheran Church (Madagascar)
268/ Brazilian Baptist Convention
269/ Dutch Reformed Church (NGK; South Africa)
270/ Council of Evangelical Methodist Churches
of Latin America and Caribbean
271/ Uniting Church in Australia
272/ United Church of Christ
273/ Christ Apostolic Church (Nigeria)
274/ Union of American Hebrew Congregations (Reform(
275/ Pentecostal Church of Indonesia
276/ African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
277/ Church of Central Africa, Presbyterian ,CCAP Malawi
278/ Nigerian Baptist Convention
279/ Church of the Nazarene
280/ African Methodist Episcopal Church
281/ Divine Light Mission
282/ Church of God Miss. Intl. (Nigeri)
283/ British Methodist Church
284/ Christian Churches and Churches of Christ
285/ Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
286/ United Orthodox Jewish Congregation of America
287/ Lott Carey Baptist Foreign Mission Convention, USA
288/ Evangelical Church of Lutheran Confession in Brazil
289/ Religions associated with the Yoruba(All sect)
290/ National Primitive Baptist Convention of the U.S.A.
300/ Pentecostal Assemblies of the World
301/ PL Kyodan
302/ Sekai Kyuseikyo
303/ Church of Christ in Nigeria
304/ Igreja Evangelica Pentecostal (Brazil)
305/Sukyo Mahikari
306/ Diasporic (Africa)
307/ Orthodox church bodies and new movements
308/ Ch Ondogyo
309/ Wonbulgyo
310/ Vodoun
311/ Art of Living Foundation Church
312/ Melanesian Independant Church
313/ SHI`A (Islamic) (All sects)
314/ Sunni (Islamic) (All sects)
315/ Sufism (Islamic) (All sects)
316/ Nation of Gods and Earths
316/ new movements Islamic
317/ Ahl-e Haqq (Yarsan)
318/ Submission
319/ Spinoffs of Islam
320/ Wahhabism(Fanatic islamic sect)
321/ Mevlevi
322/ Royal Order of Scotland
323/ Conspiracies and Mystery School Teachings
324/ Nature-oriented
325/ Zionism
325/ Churches of the Syriac tradition (All sects)
326/ Oriental Orthodoxy (All sects)
327/ Orthodox(Eastern Orthodox Church) (All sects)
328/ Roman Catholic (All sects)
329/ Protestantism (All sects)
330/ Christianity in India
331/ Zionist Churches
332/ World Methodist Council
333/ Churches in Brazil
334/ Karbalah
335/ Ismaili (Islamic) (All sects)
336/ Neturei Karta (Jews Anti zionism and anti Israel)
337/ The Satmar Hasidic movement(Jews)
338/ Ultra-Orthodox vigilantes (fanatic sect jews)
339/ BILDERBERG GROUP (TOP SECRET)
340/ Black church
341/ United States Interchurch
342/ Kemetic religion
343/ Religion in South Korea (All sects)
344/ American latin religions with African roots
345/ Afro-Brazilian Religions
346/ Ausar Auset Society
347/ Transcendental Meditation
348/ Shimsat Nuthar •
349/ Ta Noutri
350/ Manichaeism
351/ Neopaganism (All sects)
352/ Church of All Worlds
353/ Federation of Damanhur
354/ Feraferia
355/ Neo-druidism
356/ Neo-fascism
357/ Neoshamanism
358/ Radical Faeries
359/ Technopaganism
360/ Witchcraft (Feri Tradition • Reclaiming • Stregheria )
361/ Oneness Pentecostalism
362/ List of magical terms and traditions
363/ The Urantia Book
364/ The United Religions Initiative (URI)
365/ Interfaith
366/ Lebanon religions(The 18 recognized sects)
367/ Ibadi ( Islamic sect)
368/ List of Sufism Islamic
369/ al-Mahdi (Islamic ,mission to bring justice and peace in the world)
370/ Rothschild dynasty
371/ House of Aaron
372/ The Unification Church
373/ Alfred Ploetz (physician, biologist, eugenicist, racial hygiene)
374/ Roma (Gypsies; also "Rroma")
375/ Ch'ondogyo (korea )
376/ Wonbulgyo (korea )
377/ Unaffiliated and Secular Judaism
378/ Secular Humanistic Judaism
379/ Evangelische Kirche in Deutschland
380/ The Assemblies of God
381/ Ch'ondogyo
382/ Sathya Sai Baba
383/ Aquarian Foundation
384/ Hare Krishna ,ISKCON
385/ modern GLBT movement
386/ ministry of Jesus
387/ Veerashaivas (Lingayats)
388/ Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement
389/ Liberal progressive Judaism
390/ Christadelphians
391/ Community of Christ (RLDS)
392/ Church of the Nazarene
393/ International Church of the Foursquare Gospel
394/ Kimbanguist Church
395/ Christian Churches and Churches of Christ (CC/CC)
396/ Jinja Honcho, or "Association of Shinto Shrines"
397/ Zenrinkai New Japanese
398/ Sekai Kyuseikyo New Japanese
399/ Tenrikyo New Japanese
400/ PL Kyodan New Japanese
401/ Seicho-No-Ie New Japanese
402/ Tensho Kotai Jingukyo New Japanese
403/ Ennokyo New Japanese
404/ União do Vegetal
405/ British Israelism
406/ Oxford Group
407/ Moral Re-Armament
408/ Psychiana
409/ Self-Realization Fellowship
410/ Church of the Last Testament
411/ Urreligion
412/ Maori religion (New Zealand)
413/ Jediism (New Zealand)
414/ Earth religion
415/ Kerista
416/ Mariavite Church (poland)
417/ Third Great Awakening
418/ Brainwashing
419/ Ethic of reciprocity(Golden Rule)
420/ Church of the American Knights of the KKK
421/ Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness
422/ Cult of Mother Goddess Li?u H?nh (Vietnam)
423/ Anti-Masonry
424/ Masonic conspiracy theories
425/ The Protocols of the Elders of Zion
426/ Antisemitism
427/ Secret society
428/ Satmar and Neturei Karta
429/ New Thought denominations ,independent centers
430/ New Thought movement
431/ Law of Attraction
432/ Branch Davidian
433/ Dini Ya Msambwa
434/ Rogerines
435/ Left Hand Path
436/ Nuwaubianism
437/ Adjurist
438/ Agapemone
439/ Turlupins
440/ Yin and yang
441/ Hui (secret society)
442/ Elihu (secret society)
443/ List new religious movement
444/ National Spiritualist Association of Churches
445/ Foundation Church of the New Birth
456/ Seth Network International
457/ Trinity Foundation
458/ Foundation of Human Understanding
459/ Unarius - Science of Life
460/ Inner Peace Movement
461/ Disciples of Sri Aurobindo
462/ Free Daist Communion
463/ AUM Supreme Truth
464/ Nichiren Mission
465/ Nichiren Shoshu Temple
466/ Rissho Kosei Kai
467/ Mahikari of America
468/ Trinity Foundation
469/ Racist groups (Hate group)
470/ Santeria
471/ Postmodernism
472/ Armstrongism
473/ Damanhur Community
474/ Elian Gonzalez religious movement
475/ Ifa, the religion of the Yoruba people of West Africa
476/ Lukumi
477/ Macumba
478/ Mowahhidoon
479/ Brother Nathanael Kapner
480/ Lou de Palingboer
481/ List of Jesus movement
482/ Church of Tuvalu
483/ Modekngei
484/ Religion in Fiji
485/ CMF TheChristian Ministries Fellowship
486/ Free Wesleyan church of Tonga
487/ The John Frum Movement (Vanuatu island)
488/ Mind control
489/ Bektashi or Bektashism
490/ Zionist Churches
491/ Christianity in India
492/ Black church or African American church
493/ Church of the Last Testament
494/ Battle of Karbala
495/ Schools of Buddhism
496/ Nikaya schools
497/ Religion in China (New movement)
498/ Indonesia religions
499/ Oceania religions
500/ United States (new religious movements)
501/ Suicides or homicides of their own members.
502/ Racist groups (Hate group).
503/ Technology-oriented
504/ Ethnic supremacist
505/ Lou de Palingboer
506/ Churches in africa
507/ Conspiracies and mystery school teachings
508/ Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)(All sect)
509/ Sunday Adventists(All sect)
510/ Sacred Name Groups(All sect)
511/ Bible Student Groups (All sect)
512/ Anglo-Israelism (All sect)
513/ Swedenborgianism (All sect)
514/ Other non-Trinitarians(All sect)
515/ Southcottites
516/ Daheshism(New religions movement in Lebanon)
517/ Papahurihia
518/ Ringatu
519/ Pillar of Fire Church
520/ List Conspiracies and Secret societies and mystery school
521/ Dini Ya Msambwa(Kenya)
522/ Templers (religious believers)
523/ Zen ( All sects)
524/ Nestorianism
525/ Eclectic, multifaith (All sects)
526/ Ijaw and Ibo(Nigeria)
527/ Ifá (yoruba)
528/ Palo, or Las Reglas de Congo religion
529/ Nuer religion
530/ Oromo religion(Ethiopia)
531/ Shona and Ndebele Religions(Zimbabwe)
532/ Luminous Religion or Jingjiao
533/ Embassy of Heaven
534/ Luminist(Christian)
535/ Ariosophy- The occult roots of Nazism
536/ Ariosophy and High Armanen Order
537/ Anglo Catholicism
538/ Gospel Hall Brethren
539/ The Restoration Movement
540/ Kale Heywet (Ethiopia)
541/ Kimbanguist Church (Democratic Republic Congo)
542/ Three-Self Patriotic Movement (China)
543/ Bogomilism,Gnostic (Bulgarian)
544/ Donatists (christian)
545/ Friends United Meeting
546/ Newfrontiers
547/ Pioneer Church
548/ Russian Tradition Vicariate, G.B. & Ire
549/ Free Church of Scotland
550/ British Orthodox Church
551/ Ichthus Christian Fellowship
552/ Action of Churches Together, Scotland (ACTS)
553/ Churches Together
554/ Melkite Greek Catholic Church
555/ Nestorian Church
556/ Eglise Chrétienne Universelle
557/ Great White Brotherhood
558/ Celtic Clan Church of YAHWEH(Ku Klux Klan)
559/ Church Minister of the USA-Germany (Ku Klux Klan)
600/ European White Knights Of The Burning Cross kkk
601/ The Black Knights of the Klan
602/ The Imperial Knighthawk of the EWKOTBC
603/United Northern and Southern Knights(Ku Klux Klan)
604/ Keltic Klan Kirk of YAHWEH (Ku Klux Klan)
605/ Uriella
606/ Arès Pilgrim Movement
607/ The Order of Christ Sophia
608/ Makuya of Christ
609/ Vale do Amanhecer
610/ Filippians or Philippians
611/ Nazarenos and Penitentos (Hermandades and Cofradías)
612/ Church of the Creator (Racist group)













@ Christianity
***************************************
Denominations
Early Christianity • Ecumenical councils • Eastern • Western • Reformation • Evangelicalism • Fundamentalism • Liberalism • Messianic • Restorationism • Nontrinitarianism

Orthodox
*******************

Eastern Christianity can be described as comprising four families of churches: the Assyrian Church of the East, the Eastern Orthodox Churches, Oriental Orthodoxy, and the Eastern Catholic Churches.


Eastern Orthodox Church
**************************

1. Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese
2. Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
3. Orthodox Church in America
4. Serbian Orthodox Church
5. Non-Chalcedonic
6. Armenian Apostolic of Am.
7. Armenian Apostolic Diocese of Am
8. Russian Orthodox Old Believers
9. Russian Orthodox Church
10. Baptist Russian Orthodox Church
11. Baptist Greek Orthodox Church
12. Living Vine Church of Kyiv, Ukraine
13. True (Old Calendar) Orthodox Church of Greece



Eastern Orthodox minor church bodies and new movements"
*********************************************************************

1. American World Patriarchs
2. Ancient British Church in North America
B
1. Beglopopovtsy
2. Belokrinitskaya Hierarchy
E
• Edinoverie
F
• Filippians or Philippians (Russian: ??????????)
K
• Khlysts (Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin)
L
1. Lipovan Orthodox Old-Rite Church
2. Living Church
M
* Molokan
P
* Preobrazhenskoye Cemetery
R
1. Russian Old-Orthodox Church
2. Russian Orthodox Old-Rite Church
S
1. Sect of Skhariya the Jew
2. Skoptsy
3. Spiritual Christianity
4. Strigolniki
T
* True Russian Orthodox Church
s
* Alexander Ivanovich Shilov



Oriental Orthodoxy
***********************

1. Armenian Apostolic Church
2. Antiochean Syriac Orthodox Church
3. Antiochean Syriac Orthodox Church in India
4. Coptic Orthodox Church
5. Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church
6. Indian Orthodox Church
7. Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church
8. Syriac Orthodox
9. Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (India)
10. Churches of the Syriac tradition
11. American Orthodox Catholic Church
12. Byzantine Catholic Church
13. The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
14. Armenian Apostolic Church of Jerusalem
15. British Orthodox Church
16. French Orthodox Church






Assyrian Church of the East
*******************************


A/West Syrian Rite

1. The Syriac Orthodox Church (Non-Chalcedonian Oriental Orthodox Church of Antioch and all the East)
2. The Malankara Jacobite Syriac Orthodox Church; (Non-Chalcedonian Oriental Orthodox Church of India within the Syriac Orthodox Patriarchate
3. The Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (Autocephalous; Non-Chalcedonian Oriental Orthodox Church of India)
4. The Syriac Catholic Church, an Eastern Rite Catholic church.
5. The Maronite Church, an Eastern Rite Catholic church.


B/East Syrian Rite

1. Churches of the East:
2. The Assyrian Church of the East (sometimes called Nestorian)
3. The Chaldean Catholic Church, an Eastern Rite Catholic church.
4. Eastern Catholic Churches in Kerala, India.
5. The Syro-Malabar Catholic Church (East Syrian Rite)
6. The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church (West Syrian Rite)
7. The Malankara Marthoma Syrian Church.(Mar Thoma Church)
8. Assyrian Evangelical Church
9. Chaldean Catholic Church
10. Ancient Church of the East
11. Assyrian Pentecostal Church





@Western Christianity
***********************

Western Christianity is a term used to cover the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church, the Churches of the Anglican Communion, the Lutheran Church and Protestant Churches.

1/Roman Catholic
***********************

1. Armenian catholic
2. Coptic catholic
3. Ethiopic catholic
4. Chaldean catholic
5. Syro-malankara
6. Latin
7. Maronite
8. Syro-Malabar Catholic Church
9. Greek Catholic or Eastern Catholic Churches
10. Episcopal Church
11. Old Roman Catholic Church
12. Polish National Catholic Church
13. Mariavite Church (Poland)
14. Catholic Charismatic Renewal
15. The Anglican Catholic Church
16. United States Catholic Conference
17. Anglican Catholic Church in America
18. National Conference of Catholic Bishops
19. Anglo Catholicism

@ Roman Catholic sects
*********************************************
There are many groups outside the Roman Catholic church which are regarded as Catholic sects, such as the

1. Community of the Lady of All Nations,
2. the Palmarian Catholic Church,
3. the Philippine Independent Church,
4. the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church,
5. the Free Catholic Church,
6. the Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God Mercedarian Catholic Church,




2/ Protestantism
*****************

1. Adventists
2. Anabaptist
3. Anglican
4. Baptist
5. Calvinist
6. Charismatic
7. Congregational
8. Pre-Luteran Prodestants
9. Lutheran
10. Methodist / Wesleyan
11. Pentecostal
12. Plymouth Brethren
13. Presbyterian
14. Quakerism
15. Reformed
16. Restoration movement
17. Waldensia
18. mormon or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
19. Jehovah's Witnesses
20. Church of Christ, Scientist
21. Native American Church
22. community of christ (branch of mormom)
23. united church of christ
24. christian and missionary alliance
25. christian church
26. United Moravian church or Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine
27. True Jesus Church
28. Plymouth Brethren
29. Methodist Church of Great Britain
30. Pentecostalism
31. The Salvation Army
32. Hussites
33. Lollards
34. Waldensians
35. Lutheranism
36. Reformed
37. Puritans
38. Presbyterianism
39. Congregationalism
40. Anabaptists
41. Methodism
42. Pietism and Holiness movement
43. Counter-Reformation
44. Brethren
45. Irvingites
46. Pentecostalism
47. Charismatics
48. African Initiated Churches
49. United and uniting churches
50. Religious Society of Friends
51. Restorationism
52. Southcottites
53. Adventism and Millerites
54. British Israelism
55. Mar Thoma Church
56. Latter Day Saints
57. Nontrinitarian Groups
58. Christadelphians
59. Iglesia ni Cristo
60. Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus
61. Jehovah's Witnesses
62. Oneness Pentecostalism
63. Unitarianism and Universalism
64. Messianic Judaism
65. Christian Spiritualism
66. Canadian and American Reformed Churches
67. Swedenborgianism
68. Spiritism
69. New Thought
70. Christian Science
71. Esoteric Christianity
72. Nudist Christian Church of the Blessed Virgin Jesus (NCCBVJ).
73. Armenian Evangelical Church
74. Huguenots






3/New movements Christians
****************************
1. Branch Davidians
2. Branhamism
3. Body of Christ
4. The Brethren (Jim Roberts group), known as the "garbage eaters"
5. Calvary Chapel
6. Christian City Church ("CCC" or "C3i)
7. Children of God
8. Christian Reconstructionism
9. Church of the Last Testament
10. Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen
11. Destiny Church, New Zealand
12. Endeavor Academy
13. Eternal Grace
14. Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA)
15. Foundation for A Course In Miracles
16. .Laestadian
17. Grace Movement Churches
18. Great Commission Association
19. Holy Spirit Movement
20. International Churches of Christ (aka: Boston Church of Christ)
21. Jesus is Lord Movement
22. Jesus Movement
23. Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus
24. Legio Maria
25. Love Holy Trinity Blessed Mission
26. Love Israel
27. Lumpa Church
28. Mama Tata
29. Metropolitan Community Churches
30. Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God
31. New Frontiers (formerly New Frontiers International)
32. Peoples Temple
33. Process Church of the Final Judgement
34. Two by Two (non-denominational)
35. Understanding Principles for Better Living Church
36. Unification Church
37. Universal Life
38. Westboro Baptist Church
39. Association of Vineyard Churches
40. Iglesia ni Cristo
41. New Apostolic Church
42. United Church of Canada
43. Unity Church
44. Waldensians
45. The Wesleyan Church
46. Coastal Church
47. Revolution Church (Australia)
48. New Church (Swedenborgianism)
49. Christadelphians
50. United Church of Canada
51. Unity Church
52. The Kingdom of God
53. Hope Churches International (HGI) or Hope Church Singapore
54. The Church Universal and Triumphant
55. The Church of the Open Door is a historic Protestant Church founded by R. A. Torrey and formerly located in downtown Los Angeles.
56. Christian and Missionary Alliance - Began around 1887, but was not a denomination until 1965.
57. # modern GLBT movement began 28 June 1969 at Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, NYC.
58. # Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement followers of Alexander Campbell (Church of Christ/churches of Christ (merge with followers of Barton W. Stone, i.e., Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
59. Armstrongism
60. Unleashing God's Church
61. All Souls Unitarian Church
62. Ambassadors for Christ
63. Attleboro 'cult'
64. The Association for Christian Development
65. The Association of Unity Churches
66. Black Apologetics Ministry
67. Boston Church of Christ
68. Campus Crusade
69. Celtic Christianity
70. Christ Family Fellowship
71. The Christward Ministry
72. Church of Israel
73. The Church of the Lamb Of God
74. Church of the Last Testament
75. Church of Metaphysical Christianity
76. Concerned Christians
77. The Cooneyites
78. Covenant, Sword, and Arm of the Lo
79. Family of Love (Children of God)
80. The Foundation Church of the Millennium
81. God Salvation Church
82. Divine Science
83. Christian Science
84. Holy Order of MANS
85. Kenya's Juda Israeli sect
86. Liberal Catholic Church
87. The Local Church
88. Megiddo mission
89. Peace Mission Movement
90. Revival centres international
91. Sacred Mushroom of the Cross
92. Saint Death (Santa Muerte)
93. Traditional Catholics
94. Trinity Foundation
95. Twelve Tribes
96. United Pentecostal Church of Brazil
97. The Church of Scotland
98. The Celtic Church In Scotland
99. Daheshism
100. Eglise Chrétienne Universelle
101. Independent Sacramental Movement
102. Filippians or Philippians (Russian: ??????????)
103. Makuya (Makuya of Christ)
104. Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn)(Brazil)
105. Arès Pilgrim Movement
106. The Order of Christ Sophia
107. Uriella (Switzerland)









@List of sects in the Latter Day Saint movement
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1. Church of Christ
2. Pure Church of Christ
3. Independent Church
4. Church of Christ (Parrishite)
5. Alston Church
6. Church of Jesus Christ, the Bride, the Lamb's Wife
7. True Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
8. Church of Jesus Christ of the Children of Zion
9. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangite)
10. Church of Christ (Whitmerite)
11. Church of Christ (Brewsterite)
12. The Bride, the Lamb's Wife
13. Congregation of Jehovah's Presbytery of Zion (Baneemyites, Conjespresites)
14. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Gladdenite)
15. Church of Jesus Christ (Cutlerite)
16. Church of the Potter Christ
17. Community of Christ
18. The Church of Jesus Christ (Bickertonite)
19. Church of Christ (Temple Lot) (Hedrickites)
20. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ (Bickertonite)
21. Primitive Church of Jesus Christ (Bickertonite)
22. Church of the Christian Brotherhood
23. Church of Christ with the Elijah Message
24. Church of Christ at Halley's Bluff
25. Zion's Order, Inc.
26. Church of Jesus Christ (Drewite)
27. Church of Israel
28. True Church of Jesus Christ Restored
29. Restored Church of Jesus Christ
30. Church of Jesus Christ (Toneyite)
31. Independent RLDS / Restoration Branches
32. Church of Jesus Christ Restored 1830
33. Lion of God Ministry
34. Restoration Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
35. Remnant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
36. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
37. Church of the Firstborn (Morrisite)
38. Kingdom of Heaven
39. The Church of Zion
40. Church of Jesus Christ of Saints of the Most High
41. Mormon fundamentalist movement
42. Latter Day Church of Christ
43. Aaronic Order
44. Apostolic United Brethren
45. Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
46. Perfected Church of Jesus Christ of Immaculate Latter-day Saints
47. Church of the Lamb of God
48. Church of the New Covenant in Christ
49. Confederate Nations of Israel
50. Church of Jesus Christ (Bullaite)
51. Restoration Church of Jesus Christ
52. True and Living Church of Jesus Christ of Saints of the Last Days




@ Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
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1. Evangelical Friends International
2. Friends General Conference
3. Friends United Meeting
4. Conservative Friends
5. The Hicksite-Orthodox schism


Sunday Adventists
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1. Church of God General Conference (Abrahamic Faith)
2. Church of the Blessed Hope (aka Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith)
3. Primitive Advent Christian Church


@ Southcottites
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1. Christian Israelite Church



@ Sacred Name Groups
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1. Assemblies of Yahweh
2. House of Yahweh
3. New Life Fellowship



@ Bible Student Groups
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1. Christian Millennial Fellowship
2. Dawn Bible Students Association
3. Layman's Home Missionary Movement
4. Pastoral Bible Institute


@ Swedenborgianism
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1. General Church of the New Jerusalem
2. Swedenborgian Church of North America formerly General Convention of the New Jerusalem


@ Messianic Judaism
Messianic Movement and Messianic Jewish theology
*****************************************************

1. Chosen People Ministries
2. Jews for Jesus
3. Messianic Bureau International
4. Messianic Jewish Alliance of America
5. Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations (UMJC)



@ Anglo-Israelism
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1. British-Israel-World Federation
2. Christian Identity and other white separatist/supremacist groups
3. Church of Jesus Christ-Christian (Aryan Nations)
4. Kingdom Identity Ministries
5. LaPorte Church of Christ
6. The Covenant, The Sword, and the Arm of the Lord
7. Revival Centres International
8. The Revival Fellowship
9. Worldwide Church







@ Zionist Churches
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A/ The Zion Christian Church (or ZCC) is the largest African Initiated Church in southern Africa, with more than four million members. The church's headquarters are in South Africa

B/International Christian Embassy Jerusalem
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (often abbreciated to ICEJ) is a prominent Christian Zionist organisation based in Jerusalem, Israel. It was founded in 1980 by evangelical Christians to express their support for the State of Israel and the Jewish people.

C/ Christian Zionism
Christian Zionism or Restorationism, is a belief among some Christians that the return of the Jews to the Holy Land, and the establishment of the State of Israel



@ Anti Nature
(marriage woman to woman or man to man in church)
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1. The Metropolitan Community Church (anti nature life)
2. Unification Church views of sexuality
3. LGBT-welcoming church programs




@ Pillar of Fire Church
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The Pillar of Fire Church (POF) is a Christian denomination headquartered in Zarephath, New Jersey, with a congregation in Denver, Colorado, and other locations worldwide.[1] It was established by Bishop Alma White in 1901 in Denver, Colorado as the Pentecostal Union.
the Pillar of Fire Church published The Good Citizen, a monthly 16 page political magazine and three books, The Ku Klux Klan In Prophecy.

Pillar of Fire Church (While the Pillar has repudiated Bishop Alma White's association with the KKK)
The church has since repudiated the connection to the KKK







@ Church of the American Knights of the KKK. Racist groups (Hate group)
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1/ The Church of the American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, led by Jeff Berry of Butler, Indiana, is the most active Klan organization in America. While other KKK groups across the country are weakening and becoming less visible, the American Knights are flooding neighborhoods across the country with their propaganda and holding rallies in cities from the Midwest to the South.
Berry established the American Knights of the KKK in 1995, at a time when other KKK leaders were trying to improve their images by reinventing the Klan as a civic organization for white people. In contrast, Berry’s organization has consistently followed the traditional Klan model, with its crudely racist literature, its use of vile epithets at public rallies and its combative stance. In the spring of this year, Berry changed the name of his organization to Church of the American Knights of the KKK.


@ Churches of the (Ku Klux Klan(kkk)(Raist group)
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1/ Church of the American Knights of the KKK. (Racist)
2/ Church Minister of the USA-Germany (Ku Klux Klan(kkk)
3/Celtic Clan Church of YAHWEH(Ku Klux Klan(kkk)
4/ Keltic Klan Kirk of YAHWEH
5/ Aryan Reformation Ministries



@ Church of the Creator (Racist group)
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The Church of the Creator is an Oregon-based church founded by Rev. Dr. Grace Marama in 1969. It was originally established as Grace House Prayer Ministry and first used its present name in 1974.
Bernard "Ben" Klassen was the founder of the ethnic nationalist and white separatist World Church of the Creator.

A term originally coined by Ben Klassen and used extensively throughout his book the White Man's Bible, Racial Holy War (white people).






@ Nazarenos and Penitentos ( Hermandades and Cofradías “brotherhood”)
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Jesús Nazareno the oldest hermandad in Sevilla ,Spain was founded in the 14th Century.Nazarenos: “Nazarenes” – members of the hermandad who walk in pasos
- dress in colored robes with pointed hoods and typically carry a large candle
- some pasos have numerous children as Nazarenos.likes (Ku Klux Klan(kkk)

These are the people you see who are dressed in robes and capes, wearing cone shaped head gear that makes it impossible to know who is behind their disguises. It also reminds many foreigners of images of the Ku Klux Klan in the United States. However, these cone-shaped paraphernalia have no sinister significance and, in fact, their symbolic meaning is actually quite interesting.










@ World Methodist Council
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1. African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
2. African Methodist Episcopal Church



@ The Holiness Movement & Pietist
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1. Free Holiness Church
2. Wesleyan Church
3. Free Methodist Church
4. Salvation Army
5. Christian and Missionary Alliance
6. Church of Christ (Holiness) U.S.A.
7. Church of God (Anderson, Indiana)
8. Evangelical Methodist Church
9. Conservative Holiness Movement
10. World Gospel Mission
11. "Smith's Friends"
12. The Church of God (Charleston, Tennessee)
13. The Fellowship (Australia)
14. Church of Daniel's Band
15. Christian and Missionary Alliance
16. Church of the Nazarene
17. Evangelical Covenant Church
18. Evangelical Free Church of America
19. Seventh-day Adventist Church
20. Bible Fellowship Church
21. Christian Baptist Church of God
22. Churches of God General Conference (Winebrenner)
23. Harmony Society
24. Missionary Church
25. United Christian Church



@ New Thought
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1. Church of Divine Science
2. Religious Science
3. Unity Church



@ MOVEMENT FOR THE RESTORATION OF THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GOD"
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1. Heritage Wesleyan Church
2. Church of God - Anderson, IN
3. Church of God -Cleveland Tennessee
4. Church 2.0
5. The Westboro Baptist Church
6. Plymouth Brethren
7. Primitive Baptists
8. Revival Centres International
9. Cumberland Presbyterian Church
10. The Church Of Pentecost
11. Apologia Christian Ministries
12. New Creation Church (Singapore)
13. Churches Together in Wirral


@ Churches in Australia
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1. Garden City Christian Church
2. Christian City Church International
3. Australian Christian Churches
4. Riverview Church


@CHURCHES IN USA
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1. National Primitive Baptist Convention of the U.S.A.
2. United Orthodox Jewish Congregation of America
3. National Baptist Convention of America



@ Churches in Germany
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1. Apostelamt Jesu Christi
2. Aussiedler-Baptisten
3. Christengemeinden Elim (Pentecostal)
4. Danish Church in Southern Schleswig
5. Apostolische Gemeinschaft
6. Gemeinde der Christen – Ecclesia
7. Johannische Kirche
8. Bund Freikirchlicher Pfingstgemeinden (Pentecostal)
9. Bund Evangelisch-reformierter Kirchen Deutschlands (Reformed)






@ CHURCHES IN BRAZIL
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1. Evangelical Church of the Lutheran Confession in Brazil
2. Brazilian Baptist Convention
3. Christian Congregation (Brazil)
4. Igreja Evangelica Pentecostal (Brazil)
5. Assembleias de Deus




@ CHURCHES IN AFRICA,ASIA,EUROPE
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1. Church of God Miss. Intl. (Nigeria)
2. Nigerian Baptist Convention
3. Christ Apostolic Church (Nigeria)
4. Church of Central Africa, Presbyterian (CCAP Malawi)
5. Evangelische Kirche in Deutschland (EKD)
6. Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
7. Christian Churches and Churches of Christ
8. Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee)
9. Church of Norway (Evangelical Lutheran)
10. "God is Love" Pentecostal Church (Igreja Pentecostal "Deus e Amo")
11. International Church of the Foursquare Gospel
12. Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
13. Netherlands Reformed Church (NHK)
14. Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
15. Protestant Christian Batak Church
16. Huria Kristen Batak Protestan -- HKBP, Indonesia)
17. Evangelical Churches of West Africa
18. Progressive National Baptist Convention
19. Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania
20. Presbyterian Church of Korea (Haptong)
21. Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar
22. African Methodist Episcopal Church
23. Reformed Church in Hungary
24. Presbyterian Church of Korea (Tonghap)
25. Council of Baptist Churches of NE India
26. Myanmar Baptist Convention
27. Malagasy Lutheran Church (Madagascar)
28. Dutch Reformed Church (NGK; South Africa)
29. Council of Evangelical Methodist Churches
30. British Methodist Church
31. Uniting Church in Australia
32. Pentecostal Church of Indonesia






@ Christianity in India
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1. Malankara Church (India)
2. Syrian Malabar Nasrani (India)
3. Saint Thomas Christians
4. Holy Apostolic Throne of St. Thomas
5. Malankara Metropolitans
6. Knanaya (India)
7. Chaldean Syrian Church
8. Jacobite Syrian Christian Church
9. Malabar Independent Syrian Church
10. Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church
11. Mar Thoma Church
12. Syro-Malabar Catholic Church
13. Syro-Malankara Catholic Church






@ Black church or African American church
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1. African Union First Colored Methodist Protestant Church (A.U.M.P.Church )
2. Church of God in Christ (COGIC)
3. African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church(AME Zion Church)
4. African Orthodox Church
5. Apostolic Faith Mission
6. Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
7. Church of God in Christ, Incorporated
8. International Circle of Faith (ICOF)
9. National Baptist Convention
10. National Baptist Convention of America, Inc.( NBCA)
11. National Missionary Baptist Convention of America
12. Pentecostal Assemblies of The World, Inc. (PAW)
13. Progressive National Baptist Convention (PNBC)
14. International Circle of Faith
15. African indigenous sects Many African Initiated/Indigenous/Independent Churches (AICs) such as the Kimbanguist Church (6.5 million)




@ Oneness Pentecostalism
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1. Apostolic Assembly of the Faith in Christ Jesus (Apostolic Assembly)
2. Apostolic Messianic
3. Assemblies of the Lord Jesus Christ (ALJC)
4. Bible Way Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ World-Wide, Inc.
5. Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith
6. Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith (or CLJC)
7. Churches of Jesus Christ International
8. Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ (PAJC)
9. True Jesus Church
10. United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI)
11. Pentecostal World Conference
12. Church of God (Cleveland)
13. Church of God of Prophecy
14. International Pentecostal Holiness Church
15. Assemblies of God, General Council of the
16. Association of Vineyard Churches
17. Calvary Chapel
18. International Church of the Foursquare Gospel
19. Open Bible Standard Churches, Inc.
20. Pentecostal Church of God
21. Branham Tabernacle and Related Assemblies
22. Bible Way Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ World Wide
23. Pentecostal Assemblies of the World
24. United Pentecostal Church International
25. Way of the Cross Church of Christ
26. Church of God in Christ
27. Soldiers of the Cross of Christ, Evangelical International Church
28. Association of Evangelical Gospel Assemblies International
29. Integrity Communications (and related ministries)
30. Full Gospel Fellowship



@ United States Christian bodies
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1. National Association of Evangelicals
2. National Council of Churches
3. Churches Uniting in Christ
4. S. Conference of Orthodox Bishops in America
5. North Am. Presbyterian & Reformed Council



Anabaptist & Friends(show)
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1. Church of the Brethren
2. Friends United Meeting
3. Mennonite Church USA
4. Old Order Amish Mennonite Church



Baptist & Stone-Campbell (show)
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1. Baptist
2. Alliance of Baptists
3. American Baptist Association
4. American Baptist Churches
5. Baptist Bible Fellowship International
6. Baptist General Conference
7. Baptist Missionary Association of America
8. Conservative Baptist Association of America
9. General Association of Regular Baptist Churches
10. National Association of Free Will Baptists
11. National Primitive Baptist Convention
12. North American Baptist Conference
13. Southern Baptist Convention
14. African-American Baptist
15. National Baptist Convention of America
16. National Baptist Convention, USA
17. National Missionary Baptist Convention of America
18. Progressive National Baptist Convention
19. Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement
20. Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
21. Christian Churches and Churches of Christ
22. Churches of Christ
23. International Churches of Christ



Lutheran
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1. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
2. Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
3. Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod
4. Lutheran World Federation
5. American Association of Lutheran Churches
6. Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America




Methodist
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1. African Methodist Episcopal Church
2. African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
3. Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
4. Free Methodist Church
5. United Methodist Church




Presbyterian & Reformed
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1. Christian Reformed Church in North America
2. Conservative Congregational Christian Conference
3. Cumberland Presbyterian Church
4. Evangelical Presbyterian Church
5. Korean Presbyterian Church in America
6. International Council of Community Churches
7. National Asso. of Congregational Christian Churches
8. Presbyterian Church (USA)
9. Presbyterian Church in America
10. Reformed Church in America
11. United Church of Christ
12. Bible Presbyterian Church




Adventist Family
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1. Seventh-Day Adventist Church
2. General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh Day)
3. Worldwide Church of God
4. Jehovah's Witnesses
5. British-Israel-World Federation (Canada) Inc.
6. International Association for Religious Freedom
7. American Association for the Advancement of Atheism
8. American Ethical Union
9. Atheists United
10. Unitarian Universalist Association
11. Universal Life Church



Independent Fundamentalist Family
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1/ Grace Gospel Fellowship



Communal Family
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1. The Peace Mission Movement
2. The Family



Christian Science-Metaphysical Family
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1. Church of Christ, Scientist
2. Religious Science International
3. Universal Foundation for Better Living







European Free-Church Family
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1. Mennonite World Conference
2. Mennonite Church
3. Evangelical Friends International
4. Friends General Conference
5. Friends United Meeting




Other (show)
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1. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
2. Community of Christ
3. Grace Gospel Fellowship
4. Independent Fundamental Churches of America
5. Messianic Jewish Alliance of America
6. Plymouth Brethren
7. Vineyard USA





@ Church of the Last Testament
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Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop (Russian: ?????? ??????????? ?????), (born January 14, 1961) known by his followers as Vissarion (?????????), is a Russian mystic. He founded and heads a religious movement known as the Church of the Last Testament with its head church in the Siberian Taiga in the Minusinsk Depression east of Abakan, in the southern Siberia Kuraginsk district of Krasnoyarsk territory. He has around 4,000 followers (called Vissarionites)


@ International Church of the Foursquare Gospel(Foursquare Church)
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The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel is an evangelical Pentecostal Christian denomination. Commonly referred to as the Foursquare Church, as of 2000, it had a membership of over 5,000,000, with almost 30,000 churches in 123 countries. This included 1,844 churches with 218,981 members in the United States, the country where the church was founded. Headquarters are in Los Angeles, California.


@ União do Vegetal
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União do Vegetal (Centro Espírita Beneficente União do Vegetal or UDV) is a Christian religion based on the use of Hoasca , Brazilian Ayahuasca Religions.


@ Luminist
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A/Thomasine Church
The modern Thomasine Church, a New Religious Movement rooted in Gnosticism, Christianity.
B/ Church of Gnostic Luminism



@ Embassy of Heaven
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We are a peculiar people living in obedience to the simple teachings of Jesus Christ. We are Christ's ambassadors and citizens of Heaven.



@ Assyrian Church of the East in China or the Luminous Religion or Jingjiao
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@ Church of Tuvalu
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@ List of Jesus movement
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1. Alamo Christian Foundation
2. Asbury College
3. The Brethren (Jim Roberts group)
4. Calvary Chapel
5. Children of God (cult)
6. Evangelical Covenant Church
7. Explo '72
8. Fourth Great Awakening
9. Lonnie Frisbee
10. Erskine Holt
11. I'SOT
12. Jesus People USA
13. J cont.
14. Jesus freak
15. Larry Norman
16. Jim Palosaari
17. Duane Pederson
18. Potter's House Christian Fellowship
19. Chuck Smith (pastor)
20. Marsha Stevens





1- / LUTHERANS: Martin Luther, Germany, 1517 - Lutheranism
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Protestants before Luther:
1. Waldensians - Peter Waldo (the late 1100's)
2. Lollards - John Wycliffe (1320 –1384)
3. Hussites - John Huss ( 1369 – 1415)
4. Utraquists
5. Taborites
6. Moravians
7. Unity of the Brethren



2/ ANABAPTISTSTS: - Ulrich Zwingli, 1519, Zurich, Switzerland- Anabaptists
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1. Baptists, in USA (repudiated the title)
2. Dunkars, Dunkers, Brethren, German Baptist, to USA, 1723.
3. German Moravians, became the United Brethren Church in 1735.
4. Brethren in Christ, German Switzerland.
5. Hutterian Brethren, Hutterites
6. Mennonites, to Pennsylvania, in 1653-
7. Amish, to Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa





3- / CHURCH OF ENGLAND, Anglican Church, - Henry VIII, 1534, England – Anglicanism
************************************************

1. Episcopalians, England and America.
2. Methodists - Methodism
3. Evangelicals - Evangelicalism, England and America.
4. Quakers.
5. Shakers.
6. Unitarianism, Unification of World Christianity
7. Universalism
8. Unitarian-Universalist Association
9. Modernism


4/ CALVINISTS- John Calvin, 1536. Geneva, Switzerland
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1. Presbyterians, Scotland and America - Presbyterianism
2. Dutch Reformed Church, Holland.
3. Huguenots, Reformed Church of France
4. Puritans of England and America
5. Reformed churches
6. Dutch Reformed Churches
7. - Churches of Christ - Congregationalism, Separatists, Dissenters. Independents, in England and Holland, came to America as the Pilgrim fathers on the "Mayflower" (originally Anabaptists, repudiated the title of Anabaptists, as they did the "Baptists" with many Calvinist tenet.)




5- / PIETISTS, Spener, 1670
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1. Quakers, "Society of Friends", England, 1654
2. Evangelicals - Evangelicalism, England and America. 1731
3. Moravians, 1735
4. Shakers, "Union Society", England, 1741.
5. Methodists, 1744
6. Pentecostals, USA, 1900
7. Fundamentalists, USA, 1900.
8. Cursillos in Christianity, Cursillo Movement, Spain, 1948
9. Charismatics, Charismatic Renewal, USA, 1960
10. Catholic Charismatic Renewal, USA, 1967



6/ - MILLENNIALISM, after Miller, 1818.
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1. Adventists, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Seventh-Day Baptists, 1818
2. Jehovah's Witnesses, Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, USA, 1852.
3. Worldwide Church of God "Armstrong-ism", USA, 1934.
4. Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, 1809


7- / CHRISTIANS WITHOUT CHRIST
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These churches may call themselves Christians, use the Bible as their Sacred Scripture, and may even have the name of Christ in the title of their church... but they say that "Jesus is not God", or that Jesus Christ is god as much as you and I are god, like the Mormons.
1. New Age
2. New World Order
3. Christian Science Church, USA, 1879.
4. Worldwide Church of God "Armstrong-ism", USA, 1934.
5. Church of Scientology, USA, 1954.
6. Children of God - Family of Love ("Heaven's Magic" in England) USA1969.
7. Unitarian-Universalist Association, England, 1774,
8. Unitarian Church
9. Transcendental Meditation - Transcendentalism (Kant), USA, 1800. -
10. Unity School of Christianity, USA, 1889.
11. Spiritism - Spiritualism - Spiritualistic churches, USA
12. The Way International, USA, 1957.
13. Church Universal and Triumphant, 1958.
14. Theosophy
15. "est", the Forum, "Erhard Seminars Training",
16. Order of the Solar Temple
17. Heaven's Gate
18. Holy Order of MANSThe Holy Order of MANS, USA.
19. Mormons, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Book of Mormon, Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, USA, 1829.
20. Jehovah's Witnesses, Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, USA, 1852.
21. Moonies, Unification Church - The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity, Sun Myung Moon, Korea and USA, 1936.



And others:
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1. People's Temple, Jim Jones, Guayana, Jonestown, "Guayana", USA
2. Fundamentalism
3. Rev. Ike, United Christian evangelistic Association
4. Penitents, USA.
5. Gnosticism --- Neo-Gnosticism
6. The Jamalians, USA, 1975.
7. The Way International
8. Church of the Living Word, USA.
9. British Israelism, Anglo-Israelism
10. Snake Handlers, Serpent Handlers, 1909, USA.
11. Rev. Ike, United Christian evangelistic Association, Rev. Ike, USA
12. Churches for Homosexuals, Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC), 1868, USA.
13. Crossroads Church of Christ, the Boston Church, the Central London Church of Christ, England, USA.
14. Branch Davidians, "Waco", Vernon Howell, changed his name to David Koresh, "Waco", USA


@ Other non-Trinitarians
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1. Christadelphians
2. Christian Science
3. Christian Conventions (aka, Assemblies of Christians, Two-by-Twos, The Truth)
4. Church of Christ, Scientist
5. Doukhobors ("Spirit-Wrestlers")
6. Iglesia ni Cristo
7. Jehovah's Witnesses
8. Makuya
9. Members Church of God International
10. Molokans
11. Most Holy Church of God in Christ Jesus
12. Subbotniks
13. Unification Church
14. Church of the Blessed Hope (one of the groups otherwise known as Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith)
























@Islamic ( Peace,Love,Respect)
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In the Name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Kind
May the Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon you.

* Islam is the modern or latest version of the message sent by God through Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus. Islam was sent to mankind through Prophet Muhammad. Islam is "modern" in the sense that it has come to complement the teachings which were introduced through Moses and Jesus.

* Islam is a religion which seeks to give a meaningful purpose to our life on this earth. It seeks to guide us in fulfilling that purpose by creating harmony between ourselves, our Creator and fellow human beings.

* Islam (Arabic: ???????; al-'islam is a monotheistic, Abrahamic religion originating with the teachings of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, a 7th century Arab religious and political figure. The word Islam means "submission", or the total surrender of oneself to God (Arabic: ????, Allah). An adherent of Islam is known as a Muslim, meaning "one who submits [to God]". The word Muslim is the participle of the same verb of which Islam is the infinitive. There are between 1 billion and 1.8 billion Muslims, making Islam the second-largest religion in the world, after Christianity.
Muslims believe that God revealed the Qur'an to Muhammad, God's final prophet, through the angel Gabriel, and regard the Qur'an and the Sunnah (words and deeds of Muhammad) as the fundamental sources of Islam.They do not regard Muhammad as the founder of a new religion, but as the restorer of the original monotheistic faith of Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and other prophets. Islamic tradition holds that Jews and Christians distorted the revelations God gave to these prophets by either altering the text, introducing a false interpretation, or both.
Islam includes many religious practices. Adherents are generally required to observe the Five Pillars of Islam, which are five duties that unite Muslims into a community.In addition to the Five Pillars, Islamic law (sharia) has developed a tradition of rulings that touch on virtually all aspects of life and society. This tradition encompasses everything from practical matters like dietary laws and banking to warfare and welfare.


God
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Oneness of God (Islam) and Allah
Islam's fundamental theological concept is tawhid — the belief that there is only one god. The Arabic term for God is Allah; most scholars believe it was derived from a contraction of the words al- (the) and ?ilah (deity, masculine form), meaning "the god" (al-ilah), but others trace its origin to the Aramaic Alaha.The first of the Five Pillars of Islam, tawhid is expressed in the shahadah (testification), which declares that there is no god but God, and that Muhammad is God's messenger. In traditional Islamic theology, God is beyond all comprehension; Muslims are not expected to visualize God but to worship and adore him as a protector. Although Muslims believe that Jesus was a prophet, they reject the Christian doctrine of the Trinity, comparing it to polytheism. In Islamic theology, Jesus was just a man and not the son of God; God is described in a chapter (sura) of the Qur'an as "…God, the One and Only; God, the Eternal, Absolute; He begetteth not, nor is He begotten; And there is none like unto Him.


Discerning unity of God
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To know God is to know his oneness. To say that God is one has four meanings: two of them are false and two are correct. As for the two meaning that are false, one is that a person should say "God is one" and be thinking of number and counting. This is false because that which has no second cannot enter into the category of number. Do you not see that those who say that God is a third of a trinity fall into this infidelity? Another meaning is to say, "So-and-So is one of his people," namely, a species of this genus or a member of this species. This meaning is also false when applied to God, because it implies likening something to God, whereas God is above all likeness. As to the two meaning that are correct when applied to God, one is that it should be said that "God is one" in the sense that there is no likeness to him among things. Another is to say that "God is one" in the sense that there is no multiplicity or division conceivable in Him, neither outwardly, nor in the mind, nor in the imagination. God alone possesses such a unity.



Prophets of Islam
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All Muslims regard all the Prophets as infallible from sin.[citation needed] They regard this as a necessity for the Prophets to serve as perfect examples for their respective peoples.

Muslims regard Adam as the first prophet and Muhammad as the last prophet; hence Muhammad's title Seal of the Prophets. Islam regards Jesus as a rasul (and sometimes as a nabi) because he received wahi (revelation) from God, through which God revealed the Injil (Gospel) to him.Muslims believe that God has sent over 124,000 messengers all over the world as mentioned in the Sahih Hadith. Five (sometimes known as Ulul Azmi or the Imams — literally: "leaders" — of the Rasuls) receive the highest reverence for their perseverance and unusually strong commitment to God in the face of great suffering:

1. Nuh (Noah)
2. Ibrahim (Abraham)
3. Musa (Moses)
4. Isa (Jesus)
5. Muhammad

List of Prophets and messengers in the Qur'an (Islmaic religions)
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1. Adam (Adam)
2. Idris (Enoch)
3. Nuh (Noah)
4. Hud (Eber)
5. Saleh (Shelah)
6. Ibrahim (Abraham)
7. Lut (Lot)
8. Isma’il (Ishmael)
9. Ishaq (Isaac)
10. Yaqub (Jacob)
11. Yusuf (Joseph)
12. Ayyub (Job)
13. Shu'ayb (Jethro)
14. Musa (Moses)
15. Harun (Aaron)
16. Dawud (David)
17. Sulayman (Solomon)
18. Ilyas (Elijah)
19. Al-Yasa (Elisha)
20. Yunus (Jonah)
21. Dhul-Kifl (Ezekiel)
22. Zakariyya (Zechariah)
23. Yahya (John the Baptist)
24. Isa (Jesus)
25. Muhammad


@ Ahl al-Bayt or Ahl al-Kisa
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1/ Ahl al-Kisa (Arabic: ??? ??????), meaning People of the Cloak, refers to the last Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, his daughter Fatimah, his cousin and son-in-law Ali, and his two grandsons Hasan and Husayn. Its origin is in the Hadith of the Event of the Cloak and the Hadith of Mubahala, hadith which are both accepted as authentic by Sunni and Shi'a Muslims.

2/ The Hadith of Mubahela is Muslim tradition about a debate (Arabic: mubahela) of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad with the Christians of Najran and summoned the members of his household, the Ahl al-Bayt.

The event is recorded in several hadith collections and is referred to in the Qur'anic Sura Al Imran.





Qur'an (Holy book)
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Muslims regard the Qur’an as the culmination of a series of divine messages that started with those revealed to Adam, regarded in Islam as the first prophet, and continued with the Suhuf Ibrahim (Scrolls of Abraham), the Tawrat (Torah), the Zabur (Psalms), and the Injeel (Gospel)or (Bible). The aforementioned books are not explicitly included in the Qur’an, but are recognized therein.The Qur’an also refers to many events from Jewish and Christian scriptures, some of which are retold in comparatively distinctive ways from the Bible and the Torah, while obliquely referring to other events described explicitly in those texts.

Muslims believe the Qur'an itself to be the main miracle of Muhammad and a proof of his prophethood.



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@ Golden Rule in Islam
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“ Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you. ”

— Muhammad, The Farewell Sermon

Jeffrey Wattles holds that the ethic of reciprocity appears in the following statements attributed to Muhammad:

* “Woe to those . . . who, when they have to receive by measure from men, exact full measure, but when they have to give by measure or weight to men, give less than due”
* The Qur'an commends "those who show their affection to such as came to them for refuge and entertain no desire in their hearts for things given to the (latter), but give them preference over themselves"

* “None of you [truly] believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.”
* "Seek for mankind that of which you are desirous for yourself, that you may be a believer; treat well as a neighbor the one who lives near you, that you may be a Muslim [one who submits to God]."
* “That which you want for yourself, seek for mankind.”


Islam and science
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The relationship between science and Islam is a matter of controversy. In the Muslim world, many believe that modern science was first developed in the Muslim world rather than in Europe and Western countries, that "all the wealth of knowledge in the world has actually emanated from Muslim civilization," and what people call "the scientific method", is actually "the Islamic method." Muslims often cite verse 239 from Surah Al-Baqara —- He has taught you what you did not know. —- in support of their view that the Qur'an promotes the acquisition of new knowledge.




(The Saviour)
al-Mahdi (?????? ???? ?? ????? ??????)
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# According to Islamic Muhammad al-Mahdi (?????? ???? ?? ????? ??????) also known as Hujjat ibn al-Hasan (15th Sha‘ban 255 AH - unknown date approximately July 29, 869 - unknown date) is the final Imam of the Twelve Imams and the Mahdi, the ultimate savior of humankind. al-Mahdi was born in 869 and has been hidden by God to later emerge with Jesus in order to fulfill their mission of bringing peace and justice to the world.
various references from the Qur'an and reports, or Hadith, from Imam Mahdi with regard to the reappearance of al-Mahdi who would, in accordance with God's command, bring justice and peace to the world by establishing Islam throughout the world.

• The Mahdi will be a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad of the line of Fatimah
• He will bear the name Muhammad.
*Mahdi is reported to have said:
Islamic believe that Imam al-Mahdi will reappear when the world has fallen into chaos and civil war emerges between the human race for no reason. At this time, it is believed, half of the true believers will ride from Yemen carrying white flags to Mecca, while the other half will ride from Karbala, in Iraq, carrying black flags to Mecca.
Islamic believe that Jesus will also come with the Imam Mahdi to perform miracles to show the truth of their mission to bring justice and peace to the world.citation needed















1 SHI`A or Ahl al-Bayt http://www.ahl-ul-bait.org/english/english.htm
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The Shi'a, who constitute the second-largest branch of Islam, believe in the political and religious leadership of Imams from the progeny of Ali ibn Abi Talib, who according to most Shi'a are in a state of ismah, meaning infallibility. They believe that Ali ibn Abi Talib, as the cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad, was his rightful successor, and they call him the first Imam (leader), rejecting the legitimacy of the previous Muslim caliphs. To most Shi'a, an Imam rules by right of divine appointment and holds "absolute spiritual authority" among Muslims, having final say in matters of doctrine and revelation. Although the Shi'a share many core practices with the Sunni, the two branches disagree over the proper importance and validity of specific collections of hadith. The Shi'a follow a legal tradition called Ja'fari jurisprudence. Shi'a Islam has several branches, the largest of which is the Twelvers .while the others are the Ismaili, the Seveners, and the Zaidiyyah.
Shi'a Islam is divided into three branches. The largest and best known are the Twelver (???? ????? which forms a majority of the population in Lebanon, Iran, Azerbaijan, Bahrain and Iraq.


*God or Allah
*prophet mohammed
*Fatimah Zahra
1. Ali ibn Abu Talib (600–661), also known as Ali, Amir ul-Mu'mineen (commander of the faithful), also known as Shah-e Mardan Ali (King of men(
2. Hasan ibn Ali (625–669), also known as Hasan al Mujtaba
3. Husayn ibn Ali (626–680), also known as Husayn al Shaheed, also known as Sah Hüseyin
4. Ali ibn Husayn (658–713), also known as Ali Zainul Abideen
5. Muhammad ibn Ali (676–743), also known as Muhammad al Baqir
6. Jafar ibn Muhammad (703–765), also known as Ja'far as Sadiq
7. Musa ibn Jafar (745–799), also known as Musa al Kadhim
8. Ali ibn Musa (765–818), also known as Ali ar Ridha
9. Muhammad ibn Ali (810–835), also known as Muhammad al Jawad (Muhammad at Taqi), also known as Taki
10. Ali ibn Muhamad (827–868), also known as Ali al-Hadi, also known as Naki
11. Hasan ibn Ali (846–874), also known as Hasan al Askari
12. Muhammad ibn Hasan (868–?), also known as Hujjat ibn al Hasan, also known as Mahdi (The Saviour )



Tragedy story
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Imam Hussin:
his grandfather: prophet Mohammed
his father: Imam Ali
his mother: Fatimah Al-Zahra
his brother: Imam Hassan
THE STORY OF KARBALAH:
http://www.ezsoftech.com/ebooks/TheKarbala.pdf




The Day of Ashura (??????? Ashoura is on the 10th day of Muharram in the Islamic calendar and marks the climax of the Remembrance of Muharram but not the Islamic month.

It is commemorated by the Shi‘a as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH (December 10, 680 AD).
The Battle of Karbala took place on Muharram 10, 61 AH (October 9 or 10, 680 CE) in Karbala, in present day Iraq. On one side were supporters and relatives of Muhammad's grandson Husayn ibn Ali; on the other side was a military detachment from the forces of Yazid I, the Umayyad caliph.

Husayn ibn Ali's group consisted of notable members of Muhammad's close relatives, around 72 men and women, of which some were either very old or very young. Husayn and some members of his group were accompanied by some of the women and children from their families. On the opposite side, the armed forces of Yazid I were led by Umar ibn Sa'ad.

The battle field was a desert region located beside one of the branches of the Euphrates River. The battle resulted in the military defeat of Husayn ibn Ali's group, the death of almost all of his men, and the captivity of all women and children. This battle also had significant effects on formation of subsequent revolts against the Umayyad dynasty.



Battle of Karbala (When Skies Wept Blood((Red Tears)

KARBALA - When Skies Wept Blood (Red Tears)
The tragic story of Karbala, is one of the most influential and inspiring stories ever known to mankind.
We thought that by portraying the tragedy of Karbala in form of a documentary would be a great way of brining
non-muslims towards the truth, and to teach our own muslims about the story, in depth.

On the Tenth Day, of the First Month of the Islamic calendar, in the year 61;
on the hot desert plains of Karbala, a small group of 73 noble individuals
were massacred by an army of 70,000 men.

The victims were devout followers of the religion of Islam.
The perpetrators, led by Yazeed, son of Mu'awiyah, claimed to follow that very same religion.

It was a day 'When Skies Wept Blood'.

The sacrifice of Karbala is unrivalled from the dawn of time,
Yet the martyrdom of Hussain and his exalted 72 companions is neglected by the
majority of Muslims and non muslims, alike.


Hussain sought to bring justice through this great sacrifice.

He did not revive the religion of Islam, he resurrected it.

Redtears brings you a historical documentary looking at the chain of events

from the death of the Holy Prophet, Muhammad,

to the tragic massacre of Karbala.

http://redtears.co.uk/karbala/docbackground.html



THE BATTLE STARTS
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Ibn Sa'ad advanced and fired an arrow at Husain's army, saying: "Give evidence before emir that I was the first thrower." Then his army started showering Husain's army with weapons. Both sides began fighting. Successive assaults resulted in the death of a group of Husain's companions.
In order to prevent random and indiscriminate showering of arrows on Husain's camp which had women and children in it, Husain's followers went out to single combats. Men like Burayr ibn Khudhayr, Muslim ibn Ausaja and Habib ibn Muzahir were slain in the fighting. They were attempting to save Husain's life by shielding him.
After almost all of Husain's companions were killed, his relatives asked his permission to fight. The men of Banu Hashim, the clan of Muhammad and Ali, went out one by one. Ali Akbar ibn Husain, the middle son of Husayn, was the first one who received permission from his father.
Casualties from Banu Hashim were sons of Ali ibn Abi Talib, sons of Hassan ibn Ali, Son of Husain ibn Ali, Son of Abd-Allah ibn Ja'far ibn Abi-Talib and Zainab bint Ali, sons of Aqeel ibn Abi Talib, as well as a son of Muslim ibn Aqeel. There were seventy-two dead in all (including Imam Hussain).


Death of the infant son of Hussain
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When nobody was left in Hussain's camp, Hussain raised an immortal call for help by saying, "Is there anyone who can help me?" Hearing this call, Husain's six-month-old baby dropped himself from the cot. Hussain took Ali al-Asghar towards the enemy camp and cried out, "Is there anyone who can give some water to my thirsty child?" The rival army sent a best archer, Hurmula, who killed Ali al-Asghar by shooting an arrow. After he returned to the tents, Imam Husayn had made a small grave for Ali al-Asghar behind the tents with his sword, Imam Husayn had no water to make the grave wet, but there was enough tears shed by Imam Husayn that the grave became very wet.
Death of Husayn ibn Ali
Umar ibn Sa'ad called volunteering horsemen to trample Husayn's body. Ten horsemen trampled his body such that his chest and back were ground.


Aftermath
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Umar ibn Sa'ad sent Husayn's head to ibn Ziyad on Ashura afternoon and ordered to sever heads of his comrades to send them to Kufa. The heads were distributed to various tribes enabling them to gain favor of ibn Ziyad. Ibn Sa'ad remained in Karbala until the next noon.
After ibn Sa'ad's army went out of Karbala, some people from Banu Asad tribe came there and buried their dead.
On Muharram 11 (October 11, 680 CE), all captives including all women and children were then loaded onto camels with neither saddle nor shade and were moved toward Kufa. As they approached Kufa, its people gathered to see them. Some women of Kufa gathered veils for them upon knowing that they are relatives of Muhammad. Among the captives were Ali ibn Husayn, who was gravely ill, as well as Hassan ibn Hassan al During the journey from Karbala to Kufa, and from Kufa to Damascus, Husayn's sister Zaynab bint Ali and Umm-Kulthoom bint Ali, and son Ali ibn Husayn gave various speeches that exposed the truth about Yazid and told the Muslim world of the various atrocities committed in Karbala. After being brought to Yazid's court, Zaynab courageously gave a famous speech in which she denounced Yazid's claim to the caliphate and eulogized Husayn's uprising.-Muthanna, who was seriously injured in the battle of Karbala.

Account of the battle accepted by western academics
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Encyclopædia Britannica narrates the story in the following way: A police force, consisting of a several thousand men, plus 500 archers, surrounded the family and supporters of Husayn ibn Ali. The battle ended with the deaths of Husayn and his entire military force.
John Esposito states that the "brave and charismatic" grandson of Muhammad was trying to regain power and reinstate the true values of Islam.




Alevi (shia branch) http://www.ahl-ul-bait.org/english/english.htm
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1/ Alevis (Turkish: Aleviler Kurdish: Elewî) are a religious, sub-ethnic and cultural community in Turkey.



2/ Bektashi or Bektashism (Turkish: Bektasilik) (shi`a branch)



Zaidiyyah (shi`a group)
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Ismaili (shi`a group)
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1. Nizari (Hunza Valley Northern Areas of Pakistan)
2. Musta‘li
3. Bahra
A/ Dawoodi Bohras
B/Sulamaini Bohras
C/ Alavi Bohras
D/Hebtiahs Bohra
E/ Atba-i-Malak

4. Druze







2/ Sunni
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1. Hanafi
2. Berailvi
3. Deobandi
4. Hanbali
5. Maliki
6. Shafi'i
7. Wahhabi or Salafism (Racist group (Hate group)


Movements Within Sunni Islam
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1. Barelwi
2. Deobandi / Tablighi Jamaat
3. Al-Ikhwan Al-Muslimoon
4. Jamaat-e-Islami
5. Jamaat al-Muslimeen
6. Qur'aniyyun or Qur'an alone
7. Wahhabi or Salafism (Racist group (Hate group)
8. Al-Ahbash
Al-Ahbash is a religious sect and political party in Lebanon; alternative names are: The Ahbash, Habashis,and Jam'iyyat al- Mashari' al-Khayriyya al-Islamiyya (in English, Association of Islamic Charitable Projects - AICP).



Kharijite Islam
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A/ Ibadi
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The Ibadi movement or Ibadiyya (Arabic: ???????? al-Iba?iyyah) is a form of Islam distinct from the Shi'a and Sunni denominations. It is the dominant form of Islam in Oman. There are also Ibadis in Algeria, Tunisia, East Africa as well as Libya.

B/Sufri
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Heterodox groups
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Ahmadiyya
1. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
2. Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement






8/ New movements Islamic
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1. Salafism
2. Wahhabism
3. Deobandi
4. Faradian Islam
5. Liberal
6. Barelwi
7. Qur'an Alone
8. Spinoffs of Islam
9. Ahmadiyya
10. Zikri
11. Nation of Islam
12. Moorish Science
13. Submitters
14. Dances of Universal Peace
15. Ahl-e Haqq (Yarsan)
16. Nuwaubianism
17. Ithihadu Shubbanul Mujahideen
18. Kerala Jamaiiyyathul Ulama
19. Mahdavi



20 Nation of Gods and Earths
The Nation of Gods and Earths, sometimes referred to as the Five-Percent Nation, the Five-Percent Nation of Islam, or the Five Percenters was founded in Harlem in 1964 by Clarence 13X.



21. Submission
The United Submitters International is a minor Islamic group, founded by Rashad Khalifa. It is regarded by most Muslims as heretical. The group calls itself the "Submitters" and claims to follow the Qur'an Alone, rejecting hadiths and sunnah.

22. Rufaqa - Islmic cult in Malaysua Dec 06



@ List of Sufism Islamic
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A

1. Abou Ben Adhem
2. Abusaeid Abolkheyr
3. Ahl-e Haqq
4. Ak Tagh
5. Al-Hallaj
6. Al-Khidr
7. Ali Hajweri
8. Farid al-Din Attar
9. [[Ausi-e-Gausul Azam Maulana Shah Sufi Hazrat Delowar Hossain (R.A) Al Maizbhandari
B

1. Badawiyyah
2. Bektashi
3. Bulla Shah
4. François Bernier
5. Sufi Barkat Ali
6. [[Bisshoauli Shahenshahe Zia ul Haq Maizbhandri(R.A(
C

1. Chishti Order
2. Chishti, Khwaja Moinuddin Founder of the Chishti Sufi Order
3. Chishti, Shaik Fareeduddin Ganjshakar
D

1. Darbar Akbaria (Sultan Bahu)
2. Dervish
E

1. Yunus Emre
2. Muhammad Emin Er
F

1. Fakir
2. Fourth Way
3. Futuwa
G

1. Gausul Azam Pirane Phir Dastaghir Shaik Muhiuddin Abdul Qadir Gilani Founder of Qadiri Sufi Order
2. Gausul Azam Maizbhandari Maulana Shah Sufi Hazrat Ahmadullah Al Qadiri(R.A) Founder of Maizbhandari Sufi Order
3. Galibi Order
H

1. Haci Bayram
2. Halveti
3. Hazrat Inayat Khan
4. Eric Hermelin
5. Hidayat Inayat Khan
6. Henry Wilberforce-Clarke
I

1. Ibn Arabi
2. Fakhruddin 'Iraqi
3. Idries Shah
J

1. Jami

imam Syed Abul Fazal Sultan Ahmed Chandrapuri (Rh)
L

1. List of famous Sufis
2. List of tariqas
M

1. Ameer Muhammad Akram Awan
2. Mahbooballah
3. Maulvi Abdul Qadeer Siddiqui
N

1. Naqshband, Shaik Baha-uddin Founder of Naqshbandi Sufi Order
2. Naqshbandi Sufi Order
3. Naqshbandi, Syed Abdullah Shah
4. Naqshbandia Owaisiah
5. Nimatullahi Sufi order
6. Noorbakshi Sufi order
O

* Ömer Faruk Tekbilek
Q

1. Qadri Sufi Order
2. Qadri Al-Muntahi
P

* François Pétis de la Croix
R

1. Rumi, Jalal ad-Din Mu?ammad
2. Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi
S

1. Safaviyeh
2. Sai Baba
3. Sema
4. Idries Shah
5. Sufi whirling
6. Sufism
7. Sufi music
8. Sufi studies
9. Sufi population
10. Sufia Nurbakhshia
V

* Vatul
W

* The Whirling Dervishes
Z

1. Zahed
2. Zahediyeh




#Fanatic islamic sect (Racist group (Hate group)
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fanatic Islamic theology (The Real Extremists)
Wahhabism (Arabic: Al-Wahhabiyya ????????) or Wahabism is a conservative form of Sunni Islam attributed to Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab, an 18th century scholar from what is today known as Saudi Arabia, who advocated a return to the practices of the first three generations of Islamic history.

All people in Al-Qaeda believed wahhabism sect

Wahhabism or Salafism are very fanantic sect of Islamic example:
1/ Osama Bin Laden ,
2/ September 11 attacks USA,
3/ The 7 July 2005 London bombings , 4/ MUMBAI attack in 2008,
4/ Moscow theatre hostage in 2002,
5/ Istanbul, Turkey - Nov 15, 2003; Nov 20, 2003
6/ Aden, Yemen - Oct 12, 2000
7/Nairobi, Kenya - Aug 7, 1998
8/Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - Aug 7, 1998
9/ Prime Minister of Lebanon Rafik Hariri was assassinated on 14 February 2005 when suicide bomber explosives equivalent to around 1000 kg of TNT , in the Lebanese capital, Beirut.

all Terrorism in the world maked by wahabis people .Characteristic techniques include suicide attacks and simultaneous bombings of different targets likes destroy the mosques and churches and kill childrens and rape women in Iraq also in Syria ,morocco,Kenya,India Russia,Egypt,Pakistan,Afghanistan,Spain,Lebanon,Africa.

Wahabis have been religiously criticized for labeling as apostates many major Muslim groups, such as Sunni Muslims, Sufi, and Shi'a Muslims. They also take stances against the graves of saints, and the common Islamic practice of Tawassul which consists of asking the saints for prayer on their behalf.







@ Religious movement
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1. Adidam The Way of the Heart
2. African Methodist Episcopalian Church
3. Alcoholics Anonymous
4. AME Church
5. Amish
6. Ananda Church of Self Realization
7. Ananda Marga Yoga Society
8. Anglo-Israelism
9. Assemblies of God
10. Atheism
11. Atherius Society
12. Association for Research and Enlightenment
13. Aum Shinrikyo
14. Baha'i Faith
15. Baptists, Primitive
16. Baptists, Southern
17. Boston Church of Christ
18. Branch Davidians
19. Branhamism
20. the Brethren
21. British-Israelism
22. Brownsville Revival
23. Bruderhof
24. Buddhism
25. Call to Renewal: Christians for a New Political Vision
26. Calvary Chapel
27. Campus Crusade for Christ*
28. Cao Daism
29. Channeling
30. Charismatic Movement
31. Chen Tao [The Right Way]
32. Children of God
33. Chopra, Deepak
34. Christadelphians
35. Christian Coalition
36. Christian Identity Movement
37. Christian and Missionary Alliance
38. Christian Reconstructionism
39. Christian Reformed Church in America
40. Christian Science
41. Christianity in Japan
42. Church in Island Pond
43. Church of God (Cleveland)
44. The Church of God (7th Day)
45. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
46. Church of God International*
47. Church of the Nazarene
48. Church of the New Jerusalem
49. Church of Satan
50. Church of Set
51. Church Universal and Triumphant
52. Concerned Christians
53. Course in Miracles
54. Deepak Chopra
55. Discordianism
56. Divine Light Mission
57. Druids
58. Eckankar
59. Elan Vital
60. est
61. Falun Gong
62. The Family
63. Father Divine
64. Feng Shui
65. The Forum
66. First Church of Christ, Scientist
67. Foundation of Human Understanding
68. Foursquare Gospel Church
69. Freemasonry
70. Fundamentalism
71. Garvey, Marcus
72. Gnosticism
73. Gurdjieff
74. Healthy, Happy, Holy Organization (3HO)
75. Hare Krishnas
76. Hasidism
77. Heaven's Gate
78. Hinduism
79. Holy Order of MANS
80. Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity
81. Huguenots
82. Hutterian Brethern of New York, Inc.
83. I Am
84. Institute of Noetic Sciences
85. Integral Yoga
86. International Churches Of Christ
87. International Church of the Foursquare Gospel
88. International Church of Scientology
89. International Peace Mission Movement
90. International Raelian Religion
91. International Society for Krishna Consciousness
92. ISKCON
93. Jainism
94. Jehovah's Witnesses
95. Jesus Army
96. Jesus Fellowship Church
97. Jesus People USA
98. Jonestown
99. Kabbalah
100. Konkokyo
101. Knights of Columbus
102. Landmark Education
103. Latter Day Saints
104. Latter Rain Movement
105. Lifespring
106. Local Church
107. Macumba/Condomble
108. Maitreya
109. Masada
110. Masons
111. Meher Baba Groups
112. Mennonites
113. Messianic Jewish Alliance of America
114. Methodist Church
115. Millennium Prophecies
116. Moody Bible Institute
117. Moody Church
118. Moonies
119. Moral Rearmament
120. Moravian Church
121. Mormons (LDS).
122. Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God
123. Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness
124. MSIA
125. National Baptist Convention, USA
126. Nation of Islam
127. Nation of Yahweh
128. Native American Religions
129. Nazarene
130. Neo-Paganism
131. New Age
132. New Creation Christian Community
133. New Thought
134. Nichiren Shoshu of America; Soka Gakkai
135. Nichiren Shoshu
136. Northeast Kingdom Community Church
137. Old Catholicism
138. Oneida Movement
139. Opus Dei
140. Order of the Solar Temple
141. Osho
142. Para-Religious Movements
143. Paramahansa Yogananda
144. Pentacostalism
145. Primitive Baptists
146. The Process
147. Peoples Temple
148. Philadelphia Church of God
149. Process Church of the Final Judgment
150. Promise Keepers
151. Quakers
152. Ramtha's School of Enlightenment
153. Raelians
154. Rajnesshism
155. Ramakrishna Order of the Vendanta Society
156. Rastafarianism
157. Rebirthing
158. Religious Science (United Church of)
159. Reorganized Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
160. Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God
161. Restoration Movement
162. Roman Catholicism
163. Rosicrucian Order, AMORC
164. Sahaja Yoga
165. Salem Witch Trials
166. Salvation Army
167. Santeria
168. Satanism, Introductory Index
169. The Church Of Satan
170. The Temple of Set
171. Satanism in Popular Culture
172. Scientific Pantheism
173. Scientology
174. Secular Humanism
175. Seicho No Ie
176. Self-Realization Fellowship
177. Seventh-Day Adventists
178. Shakers
179. Shamanism
180. Shambhala International
181. Shirdi Sai Baba
182. Shinreikyo
183. Shinto
184. Sikh Dharma; Healthy
185. Sikhs
186. Silva Mind Control; Silva Method
187. Snake Handlers
188. Society of Friends
189. Soka Gakkai
190. Solar Temple
191. Southern Baptists
192. Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)
193. Spiritual Discovery (Suma Ching Hai)
194. Spiritualism
195. Sri Chinmoy
196. Sukyo Mahikari
197. Suma Ching Hai
198. Swedenborgianism
199. Synanon
200. Synchronicity Contemporary Meditation
201. Taoism
202. The Temple of Set
203. Tenrikyo
204. Theosophy
205. Toronto Blessing
206. Transcendental Meditation
207. Twelve Tribes
208. Two X Twos
209. UFO Cults
210. Atherius Society
211. Chen Tao [The Right Way]
212. Heaven's Gate
213. Unarius Academy of Science
214. Unification Church
215. Unitarian Universalist
216. United Church of Religious Science
217. United Methodist Church
218. United Pentacostal Church International
219. United Society of Believers
220. Unity School of Christianity
221. Universal Negro Improvement Association
222. Universal Life Church
223. Universal Peace Mission Movement
224. Urantia Brotherhood
225. Vendanta Society
226. Vineyard Churches
227. Watchtower and Bible Tract Society
228. The Way International (the way)
229. Wicca
230. Willow Creek Community Church
231. Woman's Christian Temperance Union
232. Worldwide Church of God
233. Zen Buddhism
234. Zoroastrianism
235. The Zarathushtrian Assembly
236. Conservative Zoroastianism
237. Santo Daime (folk Catholicism and Spiritism, Brazil)
238. Nation of Islam (Islam, USA)
239. União do Vegetal (Brazil, entheogenic, since 1961)
240. Vale do Amanhecer (Brazil, Spiritism, since 1965)
241. Ausar Auset Society ([USA, Kemetism, Pan-Africanism, since 1973)
242. Black Buddhist Community in America USA, Buddhism, since 1960
243. Rastafarianism (Abrahamic, Jamaica)
244. Caodaism
245. Damanhur Community
246. Elian Gonzalez religious movement
247. Ifa, the religion of the Yoruba people of West Africa
248. Lukumi
249. Macumba
250. Mowahhidoon
251. Rom, Roma, Romani, Rroma, (a.k.a. Gypsies)
252. The Creativity Movement formerly called World Church of the Creator
253. Vampirism and Vampyrism
254. Teachings of Dadaji (India)
255. Goths
256. Objectivism
257. Brother Nathanael Kapner








@ Judaism
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1/Jewish ethnic diversity

ashkenazi=sephardi=mizrahi=yemenite jews=persian jews=bukharian jews=(mountain jews or juhuro)=(beta israel or falasha)=Chinese jews=Berber jews=Gruzim (Jews of Georgia)= Neolog Judaism (Hungary jews)=zionism


Orthodox • (Haredi , Hasidic, Modern Orthodox)

# Hasidic Judaism
*******************

A/ Hasidic Judaism (also Chasidic, etc., from the Hebrew: ?????? , Hasidut, meaning "piety", from the Hebrew root word ??? chesed meaning "loving kindness") is a type of Orthodox or Haredi Jewish religious movement. Some refer to Hasidic Judaism as Hasidism, and the adjective chasidic / hasidic (or in Yiddish ?????? khasidish) applies. The movement originated in Eastern Europe (what is now Belarus and Ukraine) in the 18th century.

B/ Chabad-Lubavitch is one of the largest Hasidic movements in Orthodox Judaism, and is based in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. Chabad




# Haredi Judaism
*******************

Haredi or Chareidi Judaism is the most theologically conservative form of Orthodox Judaism. A follower of Haredi Judaism is called a Haredi (Haredim in the plural).




# Modern Orthodox Judaism
******************************

Modern Orthodox Judaism (or Modern Orthodox or Modern Orthodoxy) is a movement within Orthodox Judaism that attempts to synthesize traditional observance and values with the secular, modern world. and thus assumes various forms. In the United States.



# Orthodox Jewish Vigilantes
*********************************
Orthodox Jewish Vigilantes have created their own “modesty squads” to beat and terrorize residents who do not adhere to their own extreme religious views in ultra-Orthodox Maalot Dafna neighbourhood in Jerusalem. This includes throwing acid on girls who are not sufficiently modest. The government’s policy of carving out special neighborhoods for sects like the Haredi clearly contributes to this religious-based thuggery.


# Conservative Judaism
****************************

Conservative Judaism (also known as Masorti Judaism in Israel and Europe) is a modern stream of Judaism that arose out of intellectual currents in Germany in the mid-19th century and took institutional form in the United States in the early 1900s.



# Reform Judaism
*****************************

Reform Judaism refers to the spectrum of beliefs, practices and organizational infrastructure associated with Reform Judaism in North America and in the United Kingdom.


# Reconstructionist Judaism
************************************

Reconstructionist Judaism is a modern American-based Jewish movement based on the ideas of the late Mordecai Kaplan (1881 – 1983). The movement views Judaism as a progressively evolving civilization.It originated as the radical left branch of Conservative Judaism before it splintered.


# Jewish Renewal
*************************

Jewish Renewal is a movement in Judaism which endeavors to reinvigorate modern Judaism with mystical, Hasidic, musical and meditative practices.


# Rabbinic Judaism
*****************************

Rabbinic Judaism or Rabbinism (Hebrew: "Yehadut Rabanit" - ????? ?????) is the mainstream religious system of post-diaspora Judaism. It evolved after the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE by the Roman Empire.

# Humanistic Judaism
**************************


# Karaite Judaism
*******************



@ The Samaritans
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The Samaritans (Hebrew: ???????? Shomronim), (Arabic: ?????????) known in the Talmud as Kuthim (Hebrew: ?????), are an ethnoreligious group of the Levant. Ancestrally.


5/ jews Sufism
******************
A/ kabbalah (Secret society, conspiracy)

Kabbalah (Hebrew: ????????, lit. "receiving") is a discipline and school of thought discussing the mystical aspect of Judaism. It is a set of esoteric teachings that are meant to explain the relationship between an infinite, eternal and essentially unknowable Creator with the finite and mortal universe of His creation.

B/ Bnei Baruch



6/ Liberal progressive Judaism
**********************************



7/ Jews Anti zionism and anti israel
**********************************

A/ Neturei Karta (Haredi group)
Neturei Karta (Aramaic: ????? ????, "Guardians of the City"), also self-identifying by the English name Jews United Against Zionism, is a Haredi Jewish group formally created in 1935, that opposes Zionism and calls for a dismantling of the State of Israel, in the belief that Jews are forbidden to have their own state until the coming of the Messiah.[1] [2] They are mostly concentrated in Jerusalem, but also in and around Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet (or B) near Jerusalem, and Bnei Brak. Most others associated with Neturei Karta can be found in London, New York City, and other parts of New York, with smaller communities in various cities around North America.




B/ Part of Satmar( Hasidic group)

The Satmar Hasidic movement, whose previous Rebbe, Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum wrote in the 1960s an extensive critique of Zionism entitled Vayoel Moshe (see Sefer Vayoel Moshe below), counts more than 130,000 members. This does not include a number of smaller and related anti-Zionist Hungarian Hasidic groups who align themselves with Satmar.

Rabbi Teitelbaum saw his opposition to Zionism as a way of protecting Jewish lives and preventing bloodshed. Most Haredi rabbis may agree with this idea; however, the general view of Agudath Israel is that, despite this, for all practical purposes, efforts can be made to prevent Israel from becoming even more anti-religious through participating in the Israeli government, seen by the Agudah as a form of "damage-control." Rabbi Teitelbaum however, felt that any participation in the Israeli government, even voting in elections, was a grave sin, because it contributed to the spiritual and physical destruction of innocent people. He felt that by voting one had a hand in these sins. Thus, he was officially opposed to the views of Agudath Israel, and the Satmar movement continues to refuse membership in the Agudath Israel organization or party. The Satmar view is that only the Jewish Messiah can bring about a new Jewish government in the Holy Land, and even if a government declaring itself religious would be formed before the Messiah, it would be illegitimate due to its improper arrogation of power, and it would still pose a danger to Jewish life.




8/ House of Yahweh
9/ Yahweh Ben Yahweh
10/Ultra-Orthodox vigilantes (fanatic sect jews)
11/Messianic Judaism
12/ The Haskala or Enlightenment
13/ Jews for Jesus
14/ Unaffiliated and Secular Judaism
15/ Secular Humanistic Judaism
16/ Zionism
17/ Sadducees
18/ Pharisees
19/ Essenes
20/ Herodians
21/ Zealots
22/ Publicans
23/ Ebionites
24/ Tannaim
25/ Amoraim
26/ Geomin
27/ Haskala
28/ Jewish Science founded by Alfred G, Moses
29/ British-Israelism/Anglo-Israelism
30 African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem
31/Aquarian Minyan
32/Bnei Menashe
33/ Society of Jewish Science Incorporated in 1922 by Rabbi Morris Lichtenstein















@Zoroastrianism
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Zoroastrianism is the religion and philosophy based on the teachings ascribed to the prophet Zarathustra.
A/ Zurvanism
B/ Magus



@Mandaean (Iraq)
************************************
Mandaeism or Mandaeanism ,Arabic: ??????? Manda'iyya) is a monotheistic religion with a strongly dualistic worldview. Its adherents, the Mandaeans, revere Adam, Abel, Seth, Enosh, Noah, Shem, Aram, and especially John the Baptist.





@Yazdânism (yazidi)
*********************************************
The Yazidi live near Mosul and are primarily made up of ethnic Kurds. Yazdânism dates to pre-Islamic times and Mosul is the principal holy site of the Yazidi faith. The holiest Yazidi shrine is that of Sheikh Adi located at the necropolis of Lalish.



@ Bábism
************************************************

A/ Bahai Faith
B/ Azali Bábí
C/ DAHESHISM


@DAHESHISM (New religions movement in Lebanon)
***************************************************************
Daheshists believe that their leader, Dr. Dahesh – Saleem Moosa El-Awshee ("Peaceful Moses Elisha") (1912-1984), founded a new religion called DAHESHISM in Beirut Lebanon is the "Return" of The Báb (Ali Mohammed Shirazi).
Dr. Dahesh's spiritual message can be summarized in the following five points.




@ Hinduism
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Hinduism into Shaivism, Vaishnavism, Shaktism, Smartism, and others (see Hindu denominations)
A/Hare krishna
Hinduism-oriented
Main articles: Hindu revivalism and List of Hindu organisations

1. Ammachi
2. Ananda Marga
3. Art of Living
4. Ayyavazhi
5. Brahma Kumaris
6. Divine Light Mission
7. Oneness University
8. Sahaja Yoga
9. Sathya Sai Baba movement
10. Sant Mat
11. Savitri Era
12. SAS
13. School of Philosophy and Economic Science by Leon MacLaren
14. Self-Realization Fellowship
15. Swadhyaya
16. Swaminarayan
17. Vedanta Society


Hinduism
see also Hindu denominations, Contemporary Hindu movements
*****************************************************
1. Agama Hindu Dharma (Javanese Hinduism)
2. Lingayatism
3. Reform movements
4. Arya Samaj
5. Brahmo Samaj
6. Shaivism
7. Shaktism
8. Tantrism
9. Smartism
10. Vaishnavism
11. Gaudiya Vaishnavism
12. ISKCON (Hare Krishna)

Six major schools and movements of Hindu philosophy
**********************************************
1. Nyaya
2. Purva mimamsa
3. Samkhya
4. Vaisheshika
5. Vedanta (Uttara Mimamsa)
6. Advaita Vedanta
7. Integral Yoga
8. Vishishtadvaita
9. Dvaita Vedanta
10. Yoga
11. Ashtanga Yoga
12. Bhakti Yoga
13. Hatha yoga
14. Siddha Yoga
15. Tantric Yoga
16. Hindu in south India
17. Havyaka
18. Iyer
19. Vaidiki Mulukanadu
20. Vaidiki Velanadu
21. Vaidiki Veginadu
22. Vaidiki Telanganya
23. Namboothiri
24. Badaganadu
25. Hoysala Kannada
26. Kota brahmin
27. Babboor Kamme
28. Arvel Niyogi Brahmins
29. In Maharashtra
30. Karhade
31. Deshastha
32. Konkanastha or Chitpavan
33. Devrukhe
34. Saraswat Brahmins
35. Gaud Saraswat Brahmins (GSB's)


Hindu (new movement)
*************************************

1. Adidam - Free Daism
2. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh's (Osho's) movement
3. The Blue Mountain Center of Meditation
4. Hanuman avatar
5. International SAI organization
6. International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers
7. Self-Realization Fellowship
8. Sri Chinmoy Centers
9. Tarna Dal
10. Trascendental Meditation
11. Integral Yoga
12. Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
13. Krishna Consciousness
14. Krishnamurti Foundation of American
15. Neem Karoli Baba
16. Nityananda Traditions
17. Ramana Maharshi
18. Sahaja Yoga
19. Sathya Sai Baba
20. Siddha Yoga
21. Sivananda Yoga
22. Transcendental Meditation




@jainism
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B
* Bisapantha
D
* Digambar
M
* Murtipujaka
S
* Sthanakvasi
* Shvetambara
T
* Tapa Gachchha
* Terapanth
T cont.
* Tristutik
* Tristutik Gachchha




@Sikhism
*************************************
• 3HO
A
• Akhand Kirtani Jatha
B
• Bhatra
D
• Damdami Taksal
K
• Khalsa
M
• Mazhabi
N
• Namdhari or Kuka Sikhs
• Nihang
P
• Prasadis
S
• Sanatan Singh Sabha
• Sikh Religious Society of Chicago
• Sahajdhari Sik
U
• Udasi








@ Buddhism
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Buddhism-oriented
Main article: Schools of Buddhism
1. • Aum Shinrikyo/Aleph
2. • Dalit Buddhist Movement
3. • Friends of the Western Buddhist Order
4. • Hoa Hao
5. • Jewish Buddhists
6. • New Kadampa Tradition
7. • Share International
8. • Soka Gakkai
9. • True Buddha School
10. • Vipassana
11. • Won Buddhis
Buddhism into Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana (see Schools of Buddhism)
Buddhism

(see Schools of Buddhism)


Nikaya schools (which have historically been called Hinayana in the West)
************************************************************

1. Theravada
2. Sri Lankan Amarapura Nikaya
3. Sri Lankan Siam Nikaya
4. Sri Lankan Ramañña Nikaya
5. Bangladeshi Sangharaj Nikaya
6. Bangladeshi Mahasthabir Nikaya
7. Thai Maha Nikaya
8. Dhammakaya Movement
9. Thai Thammayut Nikaya
10. Thai Forest Tradition
11. Mahayana
12. Humanistic Buddhism
13. Madhyamika
14. Nichiren
15. Soka Gakkai
16. .Pure Land
17. .Tiantai
18. .Tathagatagarbha
19. Tendai
20. .Yogacara
21. .Zen
22. Caodong
23. Kagyupa
24. Nyingmapa
25. Sanbo Kyodan
26. Sakyapa / Jonangpa
27. Obaku (school of Buddhism)
28. Rinzai
29. Vajrayana
30. Shingon Buddhism
31. Tibetan Buddhism
32. Bön
33. Gelukpa
34. Kagyupa
35. Nyingmapa
36. Sakyapa
37. Jonangpa
38. Theravada
39. Amarapura
40. Vijja
41. Mahasthabir
42. Ramanna
43. Sangharaj
44. Siam
45. Thai Forest
46. Thammayut
47. Vajrayana
48. Shingon
49. Tibetan
50. Bon
51. Gelukpa
52. Agon Shu Buddhist association



Zen sects(Buddhism
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C
• Chan
• Caodong
K
• Kwan Um School of Zen
O
• Obaku Zen
• Order of Interbeing
• Ordinary Mind Zen School
R
• Rinzai Zen
S
• Sanbo Kyodan
• Soto Zen
W
• White Plum Asanga
Z
• Zen Peacemaker Order






@ Religion in China (New movement)
*********************************************

1. I-Kuan Tao ("Way of Unity")
2. T'ung-shan She ("Society of Goodness")
3. Tien-te Sheng chiao,Sacred Religion of Celestial Virtue
4. Daoyuan ("Sanctuary of the Tao")
5. Tz'u-hui Tang ("Compassion Society")
6. Way of Former Heaven







@Confucianism
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1. Neo-Confucianism
2. New Confucianism




@Toaism
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Taoism-oriented

* Way of Former Heaven sects, including
1. Daoyuan ("Sanctuary of the Tao),
2. I-Kuan Tao (Way of Unity)
3. T'ung-shan She (Society of Goodness)
4. Tien-te Sheng-chiao(Sacred Religion of Celestial Virtue)
5. Tz'u-hui Tang (Compassion Society)
6. Jeungism
7. Cheondoism


@Shinto/Oomoto ( Japan)
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@ Japan religions
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1. Aum Shinrikyo (Aleph)
2. Church of World Messianity
3. Ho No Hana
4. Kofuku no Kagaku
5. Makuya
6. Oomoto
7. Pana Wave
8. Reiki
9. Seicho no Ie
10. Shinreikyo
11. Soka Gakkai
12. Sukyo Mahikari
13. Jinja Honcho, or "Association of Shinto Shrines"
14. Zenrinkai New Japanese
15. Sekai Kyuseikyo New Japanese
16. Tenrikyo New Japanese
17. PL Kyodan New Japanese
18. Seicho-No-Ie New Japanese
19. Tensho Kotai Jingukyo New Japanese
20. Ennokyo New Japanese
21. PL Kyodan (Japan)




@ Religion in Korea
***********************************************

1. Christianity
2. Buddhism
3. Confucianism
4. Cheondoism
5. Cheondogyo
6. Jeung San Do
7. Juche (north korea)
8. Providence
9. Won Buddhism (Wonbulgyo)
10. No religion
11. Ch'ondogyo:
12. The Unification Church







@ Vietnam religions
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1. Cao Dai
2. Hoa Hao
3. Quan Yin Method




@ Osho/Rajneeshism
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Osho's "Ten Commandments"



@Eckankar
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Eckankar is a new religious movement that focuses on spiritual exercises enabling practitioners to experience what its followers call "the Light and Sound of God."



@The Rastafari movement
**********************************************
(also known as Rastafari, Rastafarianism or simply Rasta) is a monotheistic, Abrahamic, New Testament, new religious movement that accepts both Jesus Christ and Haile Selassie I.

@ Indonesia religions
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1. Abangan
2. Kaharingan
3. Kejawen
4. Marapu
5. Parmalim
6. Santri
7. Subud



@Oceania religions
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1. John Frum
2. Modekngei
3. Prince Philip Movement

@ Phillipines religions
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1. Pulajans
2. Union Espiritista Cristiana de Filipinas, Inc.

@ Taiwan religions
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1. True Buddha School
2. I-Kuan Tao






@ List of Secret societies, Conspiracies
**********************************************
1/ Freemasonry
2/ Rosicrucianis
3/ Ku Klux Klan
4/ New Age
5/ New World Order




@The Church of Satan orThe Order of Baphomet(Secret society, conspiracy)
*****************************************************************
The Church of Satan is an organization dedicated to the acceptance of Man’s carnal self, as articulated in The Satanic Bible, written in 1969 by Anton LaVey.

Satanist
*******************************
1. The Church Of The God In The Mirror
2. The Church of Lucifer
3. Church of Set
4. The Inner Circle Coven of Laiad
5. The Knights of Dominox
6. The Order Of The Black Arts
7. Satan´s Church
8. The Satanic Church of Lucifer's Circle


(Left Hand Path)
******************
1. Satanism
2. LaVeyan Satanism
3. Church of Satan
4. First Satanic Church
5. Theistic Satanism
6. Demonolatry
7. Dragon Rouge
8. Luciferianism
9. Setianism
10. Temple of Set
11. Left-Hand Path Hinduism
12. Aghoris
13. Vamachara
14. Black magic
15. Grand Grimoire
16. Hail Satan
17. Necromancy
18. Neo-völkisch movements
19. Ordo Templi Orientis (Typhonian)
20. Qliphoth
21. Tantra
22. Tantrik
23. Wicca is a neopagan.
24. Paganism
25. Luciferianism
26. Setianism



Satanic crimes
***********************
1. Italian 'Beasts of Satan' jailed
2. Crimean Satanist
3. Davd Obertorf
4. Nathan Brooks
5. The Ripper Crew
6. Russian Satanist
7. San Luis Obispo Satanist
8. Satanic Cult Suspected In Slaying Of Colombian Family
9. Siberian Satanist Cult
10. Wyoming Valley Satanist






@Masonic or Freemasonry
(Secret societies, conspiracy) Not religion
*******************************************************(
Freemasonry is a fraternal organisation that arose from obscure origins in the late 16th to early 17th century. Freemasonry now exists in various forms all over the world, with a membership estimated at around 5 million (including around 480,000 in England, Scotland and Ireland alone, two million in the United States).





@ List of Freemasonry sects((Secret society+ Conspiracy group)
**********************************************************
1. Rising point
2. Order of the eastern star (OES)
3. Osiriksen wanba liitto (OWL)
4. Friends of the Order of Malta / Amis de l'Ordre de Malte
5. Loyal Orange Order (LOL)
6. Ordo Templi Orientis - O.T.O.
7. Knights Templar (Freemasonry)
8. Royal Order of Scotland
9. Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine(masonic)
10. York Rite
11. Order of Mark Master Masons
12. Scottish Rite
13. Knight Kadosh
14. The Shrine
15. Tall Cedars of Lebanon
16. The Grotto
17. Societas Rosicruciana
18. Grand College of Rites
19. Swedish Rite
20. Order of St. Thomas of Acon
21. Research Lodge
22. Women and Freemasonry
23. Order of the Amaranth
24. Co-Freemasonry
25. Rotary International
26. Lions Clubs International (LCI)
27. B'nai B'rith
28. Bavarian Illuminati (founder of the Adam Weishaupt)
29. Guiseppi Mazzini Founder Terrorist Leader Sicilian Gangster Mafia
30. Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F)
31. The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
32. Holy Royal Arch
33. The Order of Mark Master Masons
34. 35.The Ancient and Accepted Rite
35. 36.The United Religious, Military and Masonic Orders of the Temple
36. 37.Order of the Secret Monitor
37. Royal and Select Masters colloquially known as "the cryptic degrees"
38. Holy Royal Arch Knight Templar Priests
39. The French Rite
40. Allied Masonic Degrees
41. Royal Ark Mariners
42. The Order of the Secret Monitor
43. The Red Branch of Eri and The Order of Eri
44. Ye Antient Order of Noble Corks
45. The Knight Masons
46. Chevaliers Bienfaisants de la Cite Sainte
47. The Rite of Baldwyn
48. The Holy Royal Arch Knights Templar Priests
49. Societas Rosicruciana
50. The Order of the Worshipful Society of Free Masons
51. The Hermetic Order of Gnosis
52. The August Order of Light
53. The Masonic Order of Athelstan
54. Royal Order of Jesters
55. Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets of the Enchanted Realm
56. National Sojourners
57. Heroes of '76
58. Tall Cedars of Lebanon
59. Order of the Sword of Bunker Hill
60. Order of Quetzalcoatl
61. Order of the Eastern Star
62. Order of the Amaranth
63. Social Order of the Beauceant (S.O.O.B.)
64. White Shrine of Jerusalem
65. Daughters of the Nile
66. DeMolay International
67. Order of Boy Builders
68. A.J.E.F
69. International Order of the Rainbow for Girls
70. Job's Daughters
71. Order of the Constellation of the Junior Stars
72. Girls of the Golden Court
73. Organization of Triangles
74. Order of the Golden Chain
75. Order of the Eastern Star
76. The Royal Order of Scotland is an honor society linked to Freemasonry.
77. Rite of Adoption
78. Ancient and Primitive Rite
79. Swedish Rite
80. Rite of Memphis-Misraim
81. Rite of Strict Observance
82. Rotary International
83. Lions Clubs International




Anti-Masonry
***********************

Freemasonry its principal goal of trying to destroy all religions.

The earliestAnti-Masonic document was a leaflet printed in 1698 by a Presbyterian minister by the name of Winter. It reads:

TO ALL GODLY PEOPLE, In the Citie of London. Having thought it needful to warn you of the Mischiefs and Evils practiced in the Sight of God by those called Freed Masons, I say take Care lest their Ceremonies and secret Swearings take hold of you; and be wary that none cause you to err from Godliness. For this devllish Sect of Men are Meeters in secret which swear agains all without ther Following. They are the Anti Christ which was to come leading Men from Fear of God. For how should Men meet in secret Places and with secret Signs taking Care that none observed them to do the Work of GOD; are not these the Ways of Evil-doers? Knowing how that God observeth privilly them that sit in Darkness they shall be smitten and the Secrets of their Hearts layed bare. Mingle not amoung this corrupt People lest you be found so at the World's Conflagration.




A/Skull and bones (Secret society)
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Skull and Bones is a senior or secret society based at Yale University, in New Haven, Connecticut. The society's alumni organization, which owns the society's real property and oversees the organization's activity, is known as the Russell Trust Association, and is named after General William Huntington Russell founding member of the Bones' organization along with fellow classmate Alphonso Taft. In conversation, the group is known as "Bones", and members have been known as "Bonesmen


B/Bohemian grove (Secret society)
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Bohemian Grove is a 2,700-acre (11 km2) campground located at 20601 Bohemian Avenue, in Monte Rio, California, belonging to a private San Francisco-based men's art club known as the Bohemian Club. In mid-July each year, Bohemian Grove hosts a three-week encampment of some of the most powerful men in the world.



@Novus Ordo Seclorum or New World Order or Annuit Coeptis( Masonic Dollar USA) (conspiracy theory)
*********************************************************************
New World Order refers to a conspiracy in which a powerful and secretive group is plotting to eventually rule the world via an autonomous world government, which would replace sovereign states and other checks and balances in world power struggles. In this theory, many significant occurrences are said to be caused by a powerful secret group or groups.



@ Ku Klux Klan (Racist group , Hate group)
*****************************************************************(

A/ Ku Klux Klan (KKK) is the name of several past and present secret domestic militant organizations in the United States, originating in the southern states and eventually having national scope, that are best known for advocating white supremacy and acting as terrorists while hidden behind conical hats, masks and white robes. The KKK has a record of terrorism,violence, and lynching to intimidate, murder, and oppress African Americans, and other minorities and to intimidate and oppose Roman Catholics and labor unions.

1. Knights Of The Ku Klux Klan(kkk)
2. Imperial Klans of America
3. The Imperial Knighthawk of the EWKOTBC
4. "Grand Klaliff" Germany of the EWKOTBC
5. Resister kombat 335 wkotbc
6. The United Northern and Southern Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
7. The Black Knights of the Klan
8. Reverend Imperial Wizard (old GD Robe)
9. Grand Dragon Helvetia
10. European white knights
11. Keltic Klan Kirk / American Rebel (M I L I T I A C H A T T E R )
12. Keltic Klan Kirk Of YHVH
13. A K I A
14. Celtic Clan Church. Ku Klux Klan
15. European White Knights Of The Burning Cross


@ Churches of the (Ku Klux Klan(kkk)(Raist group)
******************************************************
1/ Church of the American Knights of the KKK. Racist groups
2/ Church Minister of the USA-Germany (Ku Klux Klan(kkk)
3/Celtic Clan Church of YAHWEH(Ku Klux Klan(kkk)
4/ Keltic Klan Kirk of YAHWEH
5/ Aryan Reformation Ministries


B/ Pillar of Fire Church (While the Pillar has repudiated Bishop Alma White's association with the KKK).
The Pillar of Fire Church published The Good Citizen, a monthly 16 page political magazine and three books, The Ku Klux Klan In Prophecy.




@ Ariosophy and Armanism (High Armanen Order) (Secret societies, conspiracy)
**************************************************************
1. Guido Von
2. Armanism
3. Theolzoology
4. Germanenorden
5. Thule Society
6. Edda Society
7. Armanen Orden
8. The Occult root of Nazism
9. Thule Society
The Thule Society (German: Thule-Gesellschaft) .
German occultist and völkisch group in Munich, named after a mythical northern country from Greek legend. later transformed by Adolf Hitler into the Nazi Party
Ariosophy- The occult roots of Nazism?
An historic interest in this topic has stemmed from the ideological relation of Ariosophy to Nazism.




@ Rothschild dynasty
*************************************************

Mayer Amschel Rothschild (23 February 1744 – 19 September 1812) was the founder of the Rothschild family international banking dynasty that became one of the most successful business families in history. In 2005, he was ranked 7th on the Forbes magazine list of the The Twenty Most Influential Businessmen Of All Time. The business magazine referred to him as a "founding father of international finance".

Rothschild banking family



* Rothschild banking family of Naples
* Rothschild banking family of England
* Rothschild banking family of Austria
* Rothschild banking family of France

Conspiracy theories

In Fritz Springmeier's book Bloodlines of the Illuminati, he argues that the Rothschild family is one of 13 dynastic bloodlines linked to the Illuminati. New World Order conspiracy theories present the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Phipps', DuPonts, Vanderbilts, Bush family, etc. as the real rulers or would-be rulers of the world.

The acclaimed poet Ezra Pound, in his World War II radio propaganda broadcasts from Fascist Italy, openly named the Rothschilds as the masters of a clique of banking houses that caused the World Wars in order to profit from them and get countries in debt to the lending central banks, which Pound claimed the Rothschild interests owned and exercised control of a nation's policy by having the power to issue the nation's money. Earlier, in 1935, Pound had speculated that "organized anti-Semitism might be the hidden war of Swiss Protestant dynasties against the Rothschilds, whom they had never forgiven for breaking into their banking monopoly."


@ Rockefeller banking family (Secret societies)
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@Shapeshifting Reptilian Humanoids--IT'S SO TRUE!(Secret society)
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Reptilian humanoids are the force behind a worldwide conspiracy directed at manipulation and control of humanity. Most of the world's leaders,





@ Brainwashing
************************************************

Brainwashing (also known as thought reform or reeducation) consists of any effort aimed at instilling certain attitudes and beliefs in a person .




@ Al Qaeda (CIA maked Al-Qaeda)
*******************************************************
Al Qaeda was created by the CIA, in their offices in Washington D.C., According to Richard Clark in his most recent book. It was created for Saudi Arabia to bankroll Osama bin Laden, through the House of Saud, "in the Afghan war against the Soviet Union during the 1980's and Riyadh and Washington together contributed an estimated $3.5 billion to the mujahideen."
All people in Al-Qaeda believed Wahhabism or Salafism(Fanatic islamic sect)




@ Conspiracies and Secret societies and mystery school
******************************************************

A
1. Abakuá
2. Afrikaner Broederbond
3. Al Akbariyya
4. Al-Fatat
5. American Protective Association
6. Angelic Society
7. Association of the Polish Youth "Zet"
8. Area 51 ,dreamland,groom lake
9. 12 Around 1
10. Al Qaeda (CIA maked Al-Qaeda)



B
1. Bilderberg Group
2. Black Hand
3. Blue Shirts Society
4. Bohemian Grove
5. Black helicopters
6. Blavatsky,Helena Petrovna
7. Black sun ,Feathered sun
8. Baphomet
9. Black isis
10. Bermuda triangle
11. Boris III of Bulgaria

C
1. Conspiracy theories 9/11
2. Cabal
3. Calves' Head Club
4. Childhood secret club
5. Compagnie du Saint-Sacrement
6. Council for National Policy
7. Crocodile Society
8. Carbonari
9. Collegiate secret societies
10. Chemtrails
11. Crowley,Aleister


D
1. Arkon Daraul
2. Defenders (Ireland)
3. Dragon Rouge
4. Duk-Duk
5. Denver international airport

E

1. Egbo
2. Ekpe
3. El Yunque (organization)
4. Epsilon Team
5. Ethniki Etaireia
6. Eye symbology
7. Espionage


F
1. Filaret Association
2. Filiki Eteria
3. Flower of life
4. Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith
5. First Satanic Church
6. Fox & Hound
7. Fox Club (Harvard)
8. Fictional secret societies
9. Fraternal and magical organizations
10. Freemasons
11. Free energy suppression
12. Furtive Fallacy


G
1. Genyosha
2. Gormogons
3. Golden Dawn
4. Government warehouse


H
1. Harvard Lampoon
2. Hashshashin
3. Hermetic Brotherhood of Light
4. Hibernian Rifles
5. High school secret societies
6. Haarp
7. Hitler
8. Holy grail
9. Horseman's Word
10. Hui (secret society)
11. Hunters' Lodges
12. Herbert kitchener, 1st earl kitchener

I
1. Illuminati
2. Illuminati in popular culture
3. Irish Republican Brotherhood

J
1. Jesuits
2. John F Kennedy assassination

K
1. Kagal (Finnish society)
2. Katipunan
3. Knights of Pythias
4. Knights of Seth
5. Knights of the Apocalypse
6. Knights of the Golden Circle
7. Know Nothing
8. Ku Klux Klan
9. Knights templar
10. Kleptocracy

L
1. Le Cercle
2. Leaderless resistance
3. Leopard Society
4. List of Quill and Dagger members
5. Lyubomudry
6. Liberty lobby (defunct)


M
1. Maestranza de caballería
2. Malleus et Falcis
3. Manuscript Society
4. Master Mahan
5. Mafia
6. Mary Magdalene
7. Military Order of the Carabao
8. Miller's Word
9. Molly Maguires
10. Men in black
11. Merkaba
12. Montauk project
13. Mystery schools
14. Majestic 12 ,Project grudge ,Project bluebook


N
1. New England Order of Protection
2. New World Order (conspiracy theory)
3. Numerati

O
1. Odessa
2. Odd Fellows
3. Oddfellows
4. Order of Chaeronea
5. Order of Free Gardeners
6. Order of United American Mechanics
7. Order of the Occult Hand
8. Order of the Peacock Angel
9. Order of the Solar Temple
10. Order of the Star Spangled Banner
11. Ordo Aequitas Albion
12. Ordo Templi Orientis
13. Organized crime groups in Italy
14. Osirica
15. Oprieure de sion

P
1. P.E.O. Sisterhood
2. Palladists
3. Paramahansa Mandali
4. Petrashevsky Circle
5. Percy bysshe shelley
6. Philomaths
7. Porcellian Club
8. Poro
9. Priory of Sion
10. Pythagoreanism
11. Philadelphia experiment
12. Project sil verbug
13. Paul is dead

R
1. Ribbonism
2. Righteous Harmony Society
3. Roshaniya
4. Rosicrucianism
5. Russell Trust Association
6. Rosslyn chapel
7. Rennesle chateau,The merovian kings
8. Remote viewing
9. Roswell
10. Robert anton wilson
11. Roswell ufo incident9
12. Rafik Hariri Prime Minister of Lebanon was assassinated on 14 February 2005

S
1. Sande society
2. The School of Night
3. Scotch Cattle
4. Secret combination (Latter Day Saints)
5. Sentinel Association
6. Skull and Bones
7. Skull and Dagger (honor society)
8. Solar Lodge
9. Son of Ra
10. Sons of Liberty
11. Sphinx Head
12. Striker's Independent Society
13. Secret societies related to organized crime
14. Synarchism
15. Skull of sidon ,skull and crossbones
16. Sacred Geometry
17. Swastika
18. Sovereign citizen movement


T
1. The Gun Club (secret society)
2. The Senior Skull Honor Society
3. Theta Nu Epsilon
4. Thuggee
5. Thule Society
6. Teutonic knights
7. Thoth ,Hermes trismegistus
8. Tin foil hat

U
1. Union Philosophical Society
2. Union of Prosperity
3. Union of Salvation
4. User:NWO not conspiracy
5. Underground bases and tunnels


V
1. Vehmic court
2. Vihan Veljet
3. Vril
4. Vatican secret archives

W
1. White Lotus
2. Whitecapping
3. Wide Awakes

Y
1. Yeni Bukharlylar
2. 666 mark of the beast




@ UFO religion and outer-space intelligence religions
***********************************************(
1. Aetherius Society
2. Avatar
3. Chen Tao
4. Heaven's Gate
5. Raelism
6. Universe people or Cosmic people of light powers
7. Unarius Academy of Science
8. Venatism
9. Church of Scientology
10. Zetatalk
11. Church of the SubGenius
12. Exotheology
13. Nordic aliens
14. Magonia
15. Space Brothers
16. Jacques Vallee
17. Vimana
18. Neo-Theosophy
19. UFO religion




@ New Age
**************************
Movements began emerging in the 1950s and 1960s; then later eclectic or New Age movements out of the Wiccan mainstream:

1. Discordianism
2. World Pantheist Movement
3. Summum
4. Universal Life
5. Feri Tradition (1950s)
6. New Acropolis (1957)
7. Feraferia (1957)
8. Church of All Worlds (1962)
9. Reformed Druids of North America (1963)
10. Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (1964)
11. British Druid Order (1979)
12. New Reformed Orthodox Order of the Golden Dawn (1968)
13. Church and School of Wicca (1968)
14. Circle Sanctuary (1974)
15. Covenant of the Goddess (1975)
16. Federation of Damanhur (1975)
17. Radical Faeries (1979)
18. Aquarian Tabernacle Church (1979)
19. Rowan Tree Church (1979)
20. Arician Tradition (Stregheria) (1981)
21. Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (1985)
22. Contemporary Witchcraft (1992)
23. Children of Artemis (1995)
24. Stone Circle Wicca (1997)
25. Coven of the Far Flung Net (1998)
26. Neo-druidism (1960 members of most Neo-druidic groups practice eclectic spirituality)
27. Ár nDraíocht Féin (1983; some individual members and member groves have a Celtic focus)



New Age, Spirituality
************************
1. The Academy for Guided Imagery
2. The Adelphi Organization
3. The Agasha Temple of Wisdom
4. Aletheia Psycho-Physical Foundation
5. Ascended Master Teaching Foundation
6. Association of Research and Enlightenment
7. Aquarian Church of Universal Service
8. The Brotherhood of the White Temple
9. The Center for Action and Contemplation
10. Center for Spiritual Awareness
11. Charles Manson
12. Chen Tao
13. Discordianism Nov 06
14. Eckankar
15. Fellowship of the Inner Light
16. The Findhorn Foundation
17. Heaven´s Gate
18. The Iloan faith
19. International Association for Regression
20. Lazaris followers
21. Research & Therapies
22. Moonies
23. The Nogardian Knights
24. Psychiana
25. Ruhani Satsang








@ Esoteric, spiritist
***********************(

1. Agni Yoga
2. Antoinism
3. Association for Research and Enlightenment
4. Breatharianism (Inedia)
5. Church Universal and Triumphant
6. Direct Worship of the Actual God
7. Eckankar
8. Faithists of Kosmon
9. Gurdjieff
10. Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
11. Kardecist Spiritism (Allan Kardec, 1850s)
12. Kenja
13. Koreshanity
14. Left Hand Path
15. Order of the Solar Temple
16. Ordo Templi Orientis
17. Process Church of the Final Judgement
18. Ramtha's School of Enlightenment
19. Silva Mind Control
20. Summum
21. Church of Synanon
22. Thelema (Aleister Crowley, 1904)
23. Theosophy (Madame Blavatsky, 1870s)
24. Urantia
25. Zendik farm
26. Builders of the Adytum
27. 27.The "I am" Religious activity
28. Ordo Antichristianus Illuminati
29. Sanctuary of Michael
30. Society of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
31. Thelemic Order of the Golden Dawn
32. Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis






@ Esotericism
***************************

1. Alchemy
2. Anthroposphy
3. Occultism
4. Rosicrucian






@ Esoteric Religions
**********************************
1- Mind Sciences- Silva Mind Control
2- Swedenborgianism
3- UFOs- Heaven's Gate
4- Atheism- Marxism
5- Gurdjieff- Ouspensky
6- Modernism- Secularism






@ Esoteric Christianity
****************************

1. Anthroposophical Society of Rudolf Steiner
2. Archeosophical Society of Tommaso Palamidessi
3. Lectorium Rosicrucianum of Jan van Rijckenborgh/Catharose de Petri
4. Martinism of Louis Claude de Saint-Martin
5. Societas Rosicruciana by Masons
6. Theosophical Society of Madame Blavatsky
7. The Rosicrucian Fellowship of Max Heindel

Traditions

1. Behmenism
2. Brethren of the Free Spirit
3. Bogomilism
4. Catharism
5. Essenes
6. Gnosticism
7. Hermeticism, Hermetism
8. Manichaeism, Neo-Manichaeism
9. Neoplatonism
10. Pythagoreanism
11. Rosicrucianism
12. Templarism
13. Western Mystery Tradition

Disciplines

1. Alchemy, Philosopher's stone
2. Astrology
3. Esotericism
4. Kabbalah, Christian Kabbalah, Hermetic Qabalah
5. Magic, Goetia, Theurgy
6. Mysticism, Christian mysticism
7. Numerology
8. Occultism
9. Spirituality
10. Western Esotericism, Western Esotericism (academia)

Lineage

1. Christian Kabbalah
2. Beloved Disciple
3. Johannine literature
4. Lazarus

Central concepts

1. Astrological age, Age of Aquarius
2. Christ (concept), Second Coming
3. God and the scheme of evolution
4. Sophia (wisdom)




Occult schools
************************
1. Alchemy,
2. Anthroposophy,
3. Astrology,
4. Astrology and numerology,
5. Nazi mysticism,
6. Druidism,
7. Feri Tradition,
8. Hermeticism,
9. Hoodoo,
10. Kabbalah,
11. Mysticism,
12. Neo-druidism,
13. Neopaganism,
14. Obeah,
15. Pow-wow,
16. Psychonautics,
17. Quantum mysticism,
18. Rosicrucianism,
19. Santería,
20. Satanism,
21. Tantra,
22. Tarot divination,
23. Thelema,
24. Thelemic mysticism,
25. Theosophy,
26. Wicca,
27. Zos Kia Cultus




@ Occult Organisations
***************************************************
A/ Rosae Crucis
************
1. Ancient Mystical Order of the Rose Cross,
2. Ancient Order of the Rosicrucians,
3. Builders of the Adytum,
4. Fellowship of the Rosy Cross,
5. FUDOFSI,
6. FUDOSI,
7. Fraternitas Rosae Crucis,
8. Mystical Order of the Temple of the Rosy Cross,
9. Order of the Temple of the Rosy Cross,
10. Rosicrucian,
11. Rosicrucian Fellowship,
12. Rosicrucian Order Crotona Fellowship.
13. Societas Rosicruciana


B/ Golden Dawn
************
1. Alpha et Omega,
2. Fraternity of the Inner Light,
3. Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn


C/ Thelemic and O.T.O.
*********************
1. Abbey of Thelema,
2. Argenteum Astrum,
3. Brotherhood of Saturn,
4. Ordo Templi Orientis,
5. Ordo Templi Orientis (Typhonian)


D/ Satanic and Left-hand Path
*************************

1. Church of Satan,
2. Dragon Rouge,
3. Temple of Set,
4. Joy of Satan Ministry


E/ Chaos Magick
*****************
1. Illuminates of Thanateros,
2. Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth


F/ Miscellaneous
*************
1. Church of the Universal Bond,
2. Servants of the Light,
3. Theosophical Society





G/ Scientology
********************
1. Stillpoint Institute
2. Subud
3. The Summit Lighthouse
4. Tenrikyo religion
5. The Way International
6. Youngsang Church







@Gnosticism
****************************
1. Christian Gnosticism
2. Ebionites
3. Cerdonians
4. Marcionism (not entirely Gnostic)
5. Colorbasians
6. Simonians
7. Early Gnosticism
8. Borborites
9. Cainites
10. Carpocratians
11. Ophites
12. Hermeticism
13. Medieval Gnosticism
14. Cathars
15. Bogomils
16. Paulicianism
17. Tondrakians
18. Persian Gnosticism
19. Mandaeanism
20. Manichaeism
21. Bagnolians
22. Syrian-Egyptic Gnosticism
23. Sethians
24. Basilidians
25. Thomasines
26. Valentinians
27. Bardesanites




@ Atheism (1)
***********************************
1. Communism
2. Christian Communism
3. Humanism
4. Agnosticism
5. Materialism
6. Enlightenment
7. Animism
8. Pantheism
9. Panentheism
10. Monism
11. Deism
12. Theism
13. Monotheism
14. Polytheism
15. Modernism
16. Secularism






@ The Atheism (2)
**************************************

1. Age of Reason
2. Agnosticism
3. Atheism
4. Brights movement
5. Camp Quest
6. Conflict thesis
7. Cynicism
8. Deism
9. Empiricism
10. Ethical Culture
11. The Englightenment
12. Fellowship of Reason
13. Freethought Association of Canada
14. Freedom from Religion Foundation
15. Freedom of thought
16. The Freethinker
17. Freethought Day
18. The Godless Americans PAC
19. Golden Age of Freethought
20. Humanism
21. Infidel
22. Irreligion
23. Nontheism
24. Occam's Razor
25. Positivism
26. Progressivism
27. Rationalism
28. Religious skepticism
29. Scientism
30. Secularism
31. Antitheism
32. Conceptions of God
33. Deconstruction-and-religion
34. Ethical Culture
35. Falsifiability
36. Freethought
37. God in Buddhism
38. Irreligion
39. Language, Truth, and Logic
40. Mu (negative)
41. Nondualism
42. Nontheist Friend
43. Raëlism
44. Secular humanism
45. Theism
46. Transcendentalism
47. Transtheistic
48. Skepticism
49. Nihilism
50. Original sin
51. Human nature







@ List of Agnostics
**********************************
1. Agnostic theism
2. Agnostic atheism
3. Weak agnosticism
4. Strong agnosticism
5. Ignosticism
6. Apatheism




@ Nontheism
**********************************
1. Secular Humanism
2. Post-theism
3. Freethought
4. Secularism
5. Secularity
6. Criticism of religion
7. Freedom From Religion Foundation
8. Transtheism
9. Russell's teapot
10. Parody religion







@ A group for all Pagans.
************************************
1. Heathens
2. Wiccans
3. Druids
4. Occultists
5. Witches
6. Shamans
7. Masons
8. Asatru
9. Hellenists
10. Odinists
11. people just interested in Paganism.





@Pagan religions (Historical Polytheism, Indigenous Traditional)

@Native American religions Pagan religions (Historical Polytheism, Indigenous Traditional)
***************************************
1. Pagan Religion
2. Bon
3. Siberian Shamanism
4. Tengriism
5. Estonian mythology
6. Eskimo religion
7. Finnish mythology and Finnish paganism
8. Hungarian folk religion
9. Sami religion / Noaidi
10. Abenaki mythology
11. Blackfoot mythology
12. Chickasaw mythology
13. Choctaw mythology
14. Creek mythology
15. Crow mythology
16. Guarani mythology
17. Haida mythology
18. Ho-Chunk mythology
19. Hopi mythology
20. Huron mythology
21. Inca mythology
22. Inuit mythology
23. Iroquois mythology
24. Kwakiutl mythology
25. Lakota mythology
26. Leni Lenape mythology
27. Mesoamerican mythology
28. Aztec mythology
29. Maya mythology
30. Olmec mythology
31. Midewiwin
32. Navajo mythology
33. Nootka mythology
34. Pawnee mythology
35. Salish mythology
36. Seneca mythology
37. Selk'nam religion
38. Tsimshian mythology
39. Urarina ayahuasca shamanism and animism
40. Ute mythology
41. Zuni mythology
42. Californian
43. Plains
44. Northeastern
45. Iroquois
46. Northwestern
47. Southeastern
48. Cherokee
49. Southwestern





@Pacific religions Pagan religions (Historical Polytheism, Indigenous Traditional)
********************************************

1. Australian Aboriginal mythology
2. Austronesian beliefs
3. Balinese mythology
4. Javanese beliefs
5. Melanesian mythology
6. Micronesian mythology
7. Modekngei
8. Nauruan indigenous religion
9. Philippine mythology
10. Anito
11. Gabâ
12. Kulam
13. Polynesian mythology
14. Hawaiian mythology
15. Maori mythology
16. Maori religion
17. Rapa Nui mythology
18. Moai
19. Tangata manu
20. Chinese mythology
21. Japanese mythology


@Cargo cults Pagan religions (Historical Polytheism, Indigenous Traditional)
****************************************

Religions appearing in Pacific tribal societies in the wake of Western culture.

* John Frum
* Johnson cult
* Prince Philip Movement
* Vailala Madnes

@African traditional religions Pagan religions (Historical Polytheism, Indigenous Traditional)
**********************************************

West Africa
***********

1. Akan mythology
2. Ashanti mythology (Ghana)
3. Dahomey (Fon) mythology
4. Efik mythology (Nigeria, Cameroon)
5. Igbo mythology (Nigeria, Cameroon)
6. Isoko mythology (Nigeria)
7. Yoruba mythology (Nigeria, Benin)


Central Africa
*************

1. Bushongo mythology (Congo)
2. Bambuti (Pygmy) mythology (Congo)
3. Lugbara mythology (Congo)


East Africa
**********

1. Akamba mythology (East Kenya)
2. Dinka mythology (Sudan)
3. Lotuko mythology (Sudan)
4. Masai mythology (Kenya, Tanzania)


Southern Africa
****************
1. Khoikhoi mythology
2. Lozi mythology (Zambia)
3. Tumbuka mythology (Malawi)
4. Zulu mythology (South Africa)




African diasporic religions
*************************************************************

Religions originating but not entirely located in Africa

1. African Initiated Church
2. Anago
3. Batuque
4. Candomblé Jejé
5. Kumina
6. Macumba
7. Mami Wata
8. Obeah
9. Oyotunji
10. Quimbanda
11. Santería (Lukumi)
12. Umbanda
13. Vodou (Dahomey mythology)
14. Vodou (Haitian mythology)
15. Louisiana Voodoo(New Orleans Voodoo)
16. West African Vodun





@ Neopaganism
*****************************************

1. Church of All Worlds
2. Federation of Damanhur
3. Feraferia
4. Neo-druidism
5. Neo-fascism
6. Neoshamanism
7. Radical Faeries
8. Technopaganism
9. Unitarian-Universalist
10. Witchcraft (Feri Tradition • Reclaiming • Stregheria • Wicca)
11. .Baltic (Dievturiba • Romuva)
12. Celtic (Neo-druidism Reconstructionist)
13. Finnish
14. Germanic (Ásatrú • Theodism)
15. Hellenic Polytheistic Reconstructionism
16. Judeo-Paganism
17. Kemetism
18. Roman
19. Slavic





@ List of Neopagan movements
*****************************************************

1. United States
Asatru Folk Assembly
Asatru Alliance
The Troth
2. UK
Odinic Rite
3. Scandinavia
Íslenska Ásatrúarfélagið
4. Germany
Eldaring
Germanische Glaubens-Gemeinschaft
Heidnische Gemeinschaft
5. Latin Europe
Comunidad Odinista de España-Asatru







@ Odinism
****************************
Odinism is a term used by various currents of Germanic neopaganism, especially in British neopaganism. See

1. Ásatrú, a generic term for reconstructionist Norse paganism
2. Odinist Fellowship
3. Odinic Rite
4. Wotanism, a Völkisch / White Nationalist movement








@ Wicca
***************************
Wicca is a neopagan, nature-based religion. It was popularised in 1954 by Gerald Gardner, a retired British civil servant, who at the time called it Witchcraft and its adherents "the Wica"

1. British Traditional Wicca
2. Alexandrian Wicca
3. Algard Tradition
4. Blue Star Wicca
5. Central Valley Wicca
6. Gardnerian Wicca
7. Celtic Wicca
8. Christian Wicca
9. Dianic Wicca
10. Georgian Wicca
11. Seax-Wica
12. Odyssean Wicca
13. Universal Eclectic Wicca
14. Faery Wicca
15. :1734 Tradition
16. Cochrane's Craft
17. Coven of Atho
18. Beyerl, Paul - founder of The Rowan Tree Church
19. Gardner, Gerald - founder of modern Wicca
20. Sanders, Alex - founder of the Alexandrian tradition of Wicca.
21. Sanders, Maxine - co-founder of the Alexandrian tradition
22. Frost, Gavin and Frost, Yvonne - founders of the Church and School of Wicca





@Eurasian
****************************************

Asian
********
1. Bön (Tibet)
2. Siberian Shamanism (Siberia)
3. Tengriism (Indigenous Mongol, Tartar & Kazakh belief)


European
************

1. Estonian mythology
2. Eskimo religion
3. Finnish mythology and Finnish paganism
4. Hungarian folk religion
5. Sami religion (including the Noaidi)
6. Tadibya
@ Ancient religions and Myths
*********************************************************


Africa
**********************
1. Dogon Theory of Creation
2. Traditional africa religions
3. Kenya: Maasais, Canaanites And the Inca Connection

Asia
Korea
*********
1. The Lay of King Tongmyông (myth)
2. The Legend of King Onjo of Paekche (myth)
3. The Legend of Tan (myth)

Japan
**********
1. The Palace under the Sea (myth)
2. The Sun behind the Sun (myth)
3. Japanese creation myth (myths)
4. Creation Myths in Korea and Japan (myths)

Other
********************
The Dragon Totem

Australia and New Zaeland
*****************************
1. Maori
2. Papa - Maori myth.
3. Tawhiri - Maori myth.


Other
***************
1. Early australasia religions
2. Australian myths
3. A legend of the great flood (myth)
4. How the kangaroo got a long tail (myth)
5. How the stars were made (myth)
6. Universe of the aborigine (myth)
7. Why blackfellows never travel alone (myth)



Egypt
****************
1. 23.5 Degrees - Article on egyptian pyramids
2. A hymn to Osiris and a Legend of the origin of Horus
3. A legend of Ptah Nefer
4. Egyptian Mythology
5. Egyptian Mythology II
6. Egyptian religion
7. History of creation
8. The Legend of Horus of Behutet and the winged disk
9. The Legend of Ra and Isis
10. The Legend of the Destruction of Mankind
11. The Myth of Isis and Osiris

Europe
Baltic
******************
1. Baltic Religion
2. Baltic gods
3. Perkunas



Greek
****************
1. Greek and Romans gods
2. Greek mythology and religion
3. Origins of Greek Mythology
4. Perseus


Malta
************
The real prehistoric religion of Malta


Norse
**************
1. Norse creation myth (myth)
2. Norse mythology
3.

Basque
************
Basque myths and legends: Mari, Ortzi and Ilargia


Other
***************
1. Dacian mythology
2. Thor (article)
3. Finnish Mythology (article)
4. Scandinavian creation myth
5. Hungarian creation myth


Celtic
**********
1. A brief history of Celts
2. Animal Symbolism in Celtic Mythology
3. Arthur, King of the Britons (myth)
4. Arthur the Myth (myth)
5. The Battle at Tailltin (myth)
6. Belenus (God)
7. The Combat of Ferdiad and Cuchulain (myth)
8. The Combat Of Lethan And Cuchulain (myth)
9. The Dullahan (myth)
10. Ertha (article)
11. Fionn and the Fian (myth)
12. Galic Gods (article)
13. The Gods of the Celts
14. Merlin (myth)
15. The Mythological Cycles of Celts
16. Oisin and Niam (myth)
17. Oisin and Patrick (myth)
18. The Second Battle of Mag Tuired (myth)
19. Snakes and Ladders - An Interview with Philip Gardiner
20. The Story of the Irish race (myth)
21. Tome of Celtic Mythology


Meso America
****************
1. South American Gods
2. Timeline of ancient America


General
************
1. Aztec and mayan gods
2. The Gods of the Ancient Mexicans
3. Mexican Mythology
4. Myths and legends of the ancient mexicans
5. Animal Symbols


Aztec
***********
1. Aztecs and Mayas religions
2. Five suns (myth)
3. The queen with the hundred lovers (myth)
4. Quetzalcoatl (myth)
5. Tata and nena (myth)
6. Aztec Gods and Goddesses
7. Timeline of Aztecs


Maya
**************
1. The coyote and the hen (myth)
2. The Jaguar and the Little Skunk (myth)
3. The Maya creation myth (myth)
4. The Maya race and mythology
5. Maya religion
6. Myths of the Maya
7. Mayan Religion - Popol Vuh
8. Popol Vuh (Sacred text)
9. Popol Vuh introduction
10. Xtabai - Mayan legend.
11. Xtabai - Mayan legend, second version.
12. Mixtecs
13. Mixtec religion
14. Olmecs
15. The Olmecs
16. Olmecs Religion
17. Olmec Civilization
18. Tarahumara
19. Tarahumara Religion
20. Teotihuacans
21. Teotihuacan culture
22. Toltecs
23. Toltecs - The Rise of an Empire



@Cont. Mesoamerica
***********************


Zapotecs
******************
1. Zapotec Religion
2. History of the Zapotecs



Mesopotamia
********************
1. Biblical parallels in sumerian literature
2. Epic of gilgamesh
3. Flood narrative from the gilgamesh (myth)
4. Lilith Unveiled
5. Mithra
6. Mithra mystery
7. Mithraism and christianity I
8. Mithraism’s deep mark on Christianity
9. Magic and religion in mesopotamia
10. Nergal and Ereshkigal
11. Sumerian religion and eternal return
12. Summerian deities
13. Summerian religion
14. Treatise on sumerian religion
15. Babylonian creation myth (myth)
16. Genesis and Enuma Elish creation (myth)
17. Timeline of Persia
18. Timeline of Assyria
19. Timeline of Babylonia



Near Eastern
******************

1. Canaanite/Ugaritic_mythology
2. Hittite/Hurrian_myhtology
3. Timeline of Canaan



North America
*******************

1. Native american gods
2. Native American Religion in Early America



Abenaki*************
Gluscabi and the Wind Eagle


Aleuts
*****************
Aleuts culture


Anasazi
*************
The Anasazi culture


Apache
**************
1. The Apache culture
2. Apache Creation Story (myth)



Arapaho
************************
1. Arapaho culture
2. Arapaho religion



Cherokee
***************
1. The Cherokee culture
2. Cherokee cosmogony
3. How The World Was Made (Myth)
4. The Daughter Of The Sun (Myth)
5. Cherokee legends of The Coming of Corn (Myth)


Cheyenne
***************
Origin of the Buffalo (myth)


Chickasaw
***************
Ghost of the White Deer (myth)



Chippewa
*****************
Great Serpent and the Great Flood (myth)


Hopi
*********************
1. Hopi religion
2. North American Indian (Hopi) prophecies (myths)




Huron
********************
Huron creation myth


Iroquois
***********************************************
1. Sayadio in the land of the dead (myth)
2. Battle with the snakes (Iroquois myth)


Sioux
*********************
1. Myths and legens of the Sioux Part I
2. Myths and legens of the Sioux Part II
3. Myths and legens of the Sioux Part III
4. Myths and legens of the Sioux Part IV
5. The Story of the Pet Crane (myth)


Mandan
***********************
Mandan myth of emergence


Micmac
******************
1. The creation myth
2. The origin of thunder


Mojave
******************
Mojave-Apache flood myth (myth)


Navaho
****************
1. Navaho cosmogony
2. Navajo religion
3. The Coyote myth
4. Tsohanoa i

Pawnee
*****************
Pawnee acopalyptic myth (myth)


Tarahumara
*****************
Tarahumara culture


Other
***************
1. Coyote and crow (yakima myth)
2. Chief Mountain (The Blackfeet myth)
3. Comanche creation myth
4. Coyote and Multnomah Falls (Wasco myth)
5. Creation of the First Indians (Chelan myth)
6. Creation myths (myths)
7. Mik'Maq Creation myth
8. Native American Wisdom (myths)
9. Yokut Creation Story (myths)
10. The Theft of Fire (myths)
11. The Theft from the Sun (myths)



@ South America

Aymara
**********
Aymara culture

Chimu
******************
Chimu culture


Incas
************
1. Flood myth of the incas
2. Inca creation myth (myth)
3. Mythology of Peru
4. Inca religion
5. Timeline of Incas


Moche
******************************
The Moche culture

Nazca
**********************************
Nazca culture

Brazil
*************************************
1. Myths & Fantastic Creatures from Brazil
2. Myths and legends guarded by Peru’s Amazon Rainforest


@ South Pacific
************************
Indonesia
****************
1. Indonesian Ghosts (myth)
2. Malin Kundang (myth)
3. Tangkuban Parahu (myth)




@ Ancient Near East religion and mythology
*********************************************
1. Egyptian religion
2. Semitic religion
3. Mesopotamian mythology
4. Arabian mythology
5. Babylonian and Assyrian religion / Chaldean
6. Canaanite mythology / religion
7. Hittite mythology
8. Persian mythology
9. Sumerian mythology
10. Indo-European religion and mythology
11. Vedic
12. Baltic polytheism
13. Celtic polytheism
14. Brythonic mythology
15. Gaelic mythology
16. Germanic polytheism
17. Anglo-saxon religion
18. Norse religion
19. Continental Germanic religion
20. Greek polytheism
21. Hungarian polytheism
22. Finnish polytheism
23. Roman polytheism
24. Slavic polytheism
25. Hellenism
26. Eleusinian Mysteries
27. Mithraism
28. Orphism
29. Pythagoreanism
30. Gallo-Roman religion



@Ancient Religions (1)
****************************

Animism

Europe: Greeks, Romans, Norse, Witchcraft

America: North American Indians, South American Indians

Africa: Santeria, Voodoo, Candomble, Palo Mayombe, Macumba, Abacua, Egyptians.... Art Gallery


Asia: Hindus, Tao, Ancestors, Babylon..

Oceania: Totemism, Maoris, Ancestors.


Ancient Religions (3)
**********************
1. Ancient Keltic Church
2. The Asatru Folk Assembly
3. Fellowship of Isis
4. The Troth




@Ecumenism
*********************************
1. Dances of Universal Peace
2. Subud
3. Focolare Movement
4. Humanity's Team
5. Agnosticism
6. Atheism
7. Apatheism
8. Animism
9. Dualism-Ditheism-Monolatrism
10. Legalism
11. Maltheism
12. Monism
13. Objectivism
14. Rationalism
15. Humanism
16. Pandeism
17. Panendeism
18. Panentheism
19. Pantheism-Cosmotheism
20. Psychonautics
21. Shamanism
22. Suitheism
23. Totemism
24. Pandeism
25. Panendeism
26. Polydeism
27. Mohism
28. Secularism
29. Adevism
30. Nontheism
31. Naturalism
32. Nihilism
33. Existentialism
34. Skepticism
35. Solipsism
36. Fideism
37. Letsism






@Mysticism
*********************************
1. Christian mysticism
2. Hindu mysticism / Tantra
3. Kabbalah
4. Martinism
5. Merkabah
6. Meher Baba
7. Sufism
8. Luciderianism, Satanism, and Setianism






@ Voodoo
****************************
Magic (religion)

1. Hoodoo (Rootwork)
2. New Orleans Voodoo
3. Kulam - Filipino witchcraft
4. Magick
5. Chaos magic
6. Enochian magic
7. Demonolatry
8. Goetia
9. Pow-wow
10. Seid (shamanic magic)
11. Vaastu Shastra (Hinduism)
12. Witchcraft






@ List of magical terms and traditions
**************************************

A
• Abbey of Thelema
• Abramelin oil
• Adept
• Akashic Records
• Alchemy
• Alphabet of Desire
• Anthroposophy
• Argenteum Astrum
• Ariosophy
• Ascended master
• Astral projection
• Astrological age
• Astrological aspect
• Astrology
• Astrology and alchemy
• Astrology and the classical elements
• Astrology and numerology
• Athame
• Augury
• Automatic writing
B
• Banishing
• Baphomet
• Bibliomancy
• Biosophy
• Black magic
• Body of light
• Boline
C
• Cartomancy
• Ceremonial magic
• Chakra
• Chalice
• Chaos magic
• Clairvoyance
• Classical element
• Cleromancy
• Collective Unconscious
• Cone of power
• Consecration
• Covens
• Crystal Power
• Curse
D
• Demonology
• Disappearance
• Divination
• Dowsing
• Druidism
E
• Eight Circuit Model of Consciousness
• Elemental
• Elemental magick
• Enochian
• Esoteric cosmology
• Evocation
• Exorcism
• Esoteric christianity
F
• Fama Fraternitatis
• Familiar
• Feri
G
• Galdr
• Gandr
• Gematria
• Geomancy
• Geomantic figures
• Goetia
• Grimoire
H
• Hadit
• Hermeticism
• Hexagram
• Holy Guardian Angel
• Homunculus
• Hoodoo
I
• Initiation
• Invocation
J
• Juju
K
• Kabbalah
• Kundalini
L
• Lesser Ritual of the Pentagram
• List of occultists
• List of occult writers
• Literomancy
• Legendary creature
M
• Magic (paranormal)
• Magic circle
• Magical formula
• Magick
• Mantra
• Mathers table
• Meditation
• Mesmerism
• Methods of divination
• Mojo
• Mystery religion
• Mysticism
N
• Necromancy
• Neodruidism
• Neopaganism
• Natural philosophy
• New Age
• Nuit
• Numerology
O
• Obeah
• Obeah and Wanga
• Occultism
• Ouija
P
• Paganism
• Palmistry
• Paradigm piracy
• Pentacle
• Planetary hours
• Pow-wow (folk magic)
• Prayer
• Psionics
• Psychics
• Psychonautics
• Pyramid power
Q
• Qabalah
• Quantum mysticism
• Quimbanda
R
• Reality Hacking
• Rhabdomancy
• Ritual
• Rosicrucianism
• Runecasting
S
• Santería
• Satan
• Satanism
• Scrying
• Séance
• Secret Chiefs
• Seidr
• Servitor
• Seven Rays
• Sex magic
• Shakti
• Shamanism
• Sigil
• Spell
• Spirit
• Stregheria
T
• Table of correspondences
• Talisman
• Tantra
• Tarot divination
• Telekinesis
• Telepathy
• Teleportation
• Thaumaturgy
• Thelema
• Thelemic mysticism
• Theosophy
• Theurgy
• Trance
• Transfiguration
• True Will
V
• Vodou
• Volva
• Voodoo
W
• Wicca
• Witchcraft
Y
• Yoga
Z
• Zos Kia Cultus




@ List of New Thought denominations and independent centers
**********************************************************

1. Abundant Life Center, independent, nondenominational, founded in 1993 in Vancouver, Washington

2. Affiliated New Thought Network, associated with Religious Science SOM

3. Agape International Spiritual Center

4 .Altrurian Society (founded 1911 by L. A. Fealy in Birmingham, Alabama)

5 .Association of Unity Churches, associated with Unity

6. Association for Global New Thought, Santa Barbara, California

7. Church of the Divine Unity, founded in Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1890s; associated with The Metaphysical Club

8. Church of the Healing Christ in New York City, associated with Divine Science ( defunct)

9 .Church of the Higher Life, founded in 1894 by Helen Van-Anderson in Boston, Massachusetts ( defunct) "

10.Church of Truth, Canada

11.Crystal Silence League, founded by Claude Alexander ( defunct)

12.Divine Science, founded in 1892 in San Francisco, California by Malinda Cramer

13 Federation of Independent Unity Churches, an affiliate of Unity

14. Unity Church, founded by Charles Fillmore

15.Global Religious Science Ministries, associated with Religious Science

16.Hillside Chapel, ministered by Barbara King

17.Home of Truth, founded in Alameda, California by Annie Rix Militz

18.Huna
19.Inner Light Ministries, founded in 1997 in Santa Cruz, California by Rev. Deborah L. Johnson (independent}

20.Institute of Religious Science and School of Philosophy (school; opened 1927; Religious Science)

21.International Divine Science Association, the international wing of Divine Science

22.International Metaphysical League, the international wing of The Metaphysical Club (New Thought), founded in 1900 in New York City (defunct; absorbed into the International New Thought Alliance in 1914)

23.International New Thought Alliance, founded in London, England in 1914 by renaming the National New Thought Alliance (founded in 1908) which had been formed by renaming the World New Thought Federation]] (founded in 1905), which had formerly been the New Thought Federation (founded in 1900); upon INTA's creation it also absorbed the [[The Metaphysical Club|International Metaphysical League (founded in 1900).


24.Jewish Science founded (1916) founded by Alfred G, Moses

25.Living Enrichment Center, founded by Mary Manin Morrissey ( defunct; see New Thought Ministries of Oregon)

26.Ligue Internationale de la Nouvelle Pensee, founded in France, associated with the International New Thought Alliance in 1914

27.The Metaphysical Club, founded in in Boston, Massachusetts by Rev. L. B. Macdonald, Dr. J. W. Lindy and Mr. Frederick Reed in 1895. This group, which is unrelated to a group of the same name at Harvard University organized by C.S. Peirce, Oliver Wendell Holmes and William James in 1872, was called "the first permanent New Thought Club" by Horatio Dresser. This Metaphysical Club was absorbed into the International New Thought Alliance in 1914. defunct

28.National New Thought Alliance, founded in 1908 by renaming the World New Thought Federation, which had formerly been the New Thought Federation; it was in turn renamed the International New Thought Alliance (membership organization; absorbed into the International New Thought Alliance in 1914; defunct)
29.New Thought Federation, founded in 1900; there were branches in various large cities, e.g. New Thought Federation of St. Louis, New Thought Federation of Chicago, etc. (membership organization; absorbed into the World New Thought Federation in 1905; defunct)

30.New Thought Ministries of Oregon (independent; founded 2004 by former members of [Living Enrichment Center], affiliated with Religious Science in 2007 as a member of [United Centers for Spiritual Living])

31.One Spirit Ministries

32.The Pacific Coast Metaphysical Bureau, founded in Alameda, California by Annie Rix Militz (independent; abosorbed into Home of Truth

33.Procopeia Society, founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 1894-95 (defunct)

34.Psychic Club, Chicago, associated with William Walker Atkinson ( defunct}

35.Psychiana, founded in Moscow, Idaho by Frank B. Robinson (1928 - c. 1950; defunct)

36.Radiant Center of Philosophy in Atlantic City, New Jersey, associated with Kate Atkinson Boehme circa 1918 ( defunct)

37.Religious Science aka Science of Mind founded in Los Angeles by Ernest Holmes

38.Religious Science International, associated with Religious Science now known as International Centers for Spiritual Living (originally the International Association of Religious Science Churches)

39.Renaissance Unity Interfaith Spiritual Fellowship in Warren, Michigan ( associated with Unity)

40.School of Applied Metaphysics, founded in 1897 in Eliot, Maine by Horatio Dresser and Ellen M. Dyer ( defunct)

41.School of Builders, founded by Genevieve Behrend in New York City (defunct)

42.Science of Mind aka Religious Science founded in Los Angeles by Ernest Holmes
43.Science of Unified Life

44.Seicho-No-Ie, Japan, founded by Dr. Masaharu Taniguchi, with assistance of Fenwicke L. Holmes, brother to Ernest Holmes, founder of Science of Mind (Religious Science).

45.Societe Unitive, founded in Paris, France (membership organization; in 1914 it was associated with the International New Thought Alliance

46.Society for the Study of Metaphysical Religion, founded in the 1980s as "an academic and religious-professional society dedicated to the study and discussion of a wide variety of philosophical, theological, social, and historical concerns surrounding what are popularly known as 'metaphysical religions,'" .

47.Society of Jewish Science Incorporated in 1922 by Rabbi Morris Lichtenstein

48.Society of Religious Pragmatism, founded by Mildred Mann ( reorganized as the Society of Pragmatic Mysticism)

49.Society of Pragmatic Mysticism, in Vermont, founded by Mildred Mann (membership organization; formerly the Society of Religious Pragmatism)

50.The Society of Silent Unity, Kansas City, founded by Charles Fillmore and absorbed into Unity

51.The Institute of Mind Sciences TIMS founded by Professor Dr. Moiz Hussain

52.Teachings of the Inner Christ

53.Understanding Principles for Better Living Church, founded in Los Angeles by Della Reese

54.United Church of Religious Science, associated with Religious Science now known as United Centers for Spiritual Living

55. United Divine Science Ministries International, associated with Divine Science

56. Universal Foundation for Better Living, founded by Johnnie Colemon of Christ Universal Temple, an offshoot of Unity

57.World New Thought Federation, founded in 1905 by absorbing the local and independent branches of the New Thought Federation in various large cities, e.g. New Thought Federation of St. Louis, New Thought Federation of Chicago, etc. (membership organization; reorganized and renamed The National New Thought Alliance in 1908; defunct)





@ New Thought movement"
*****************************************
A
• Affirmative prayer
• Alternative medicine
B
• Barbara Brennan
• Rhonda Byrne
C
• Deepak Chopra
• Terry Cole-Whittaker
• Robert Collier (author)
• Creative visualization
• Benjamin Creme
D
• Wayne Dyer
E
• Ralph Waldo Emerson
F
• Faith healing
• Charles Fillmore (Unity Church)
• Myrtle Fillmore
• Emmet Fox
• Matthew Fox (priest)
• Francis Lucille
G
• Neville Goddard
H
• Charles F. Haanel
• Hay House
• Louise Hay
• Higher consciousness
• Holism
• Holistic health
• Ernest Holmes
• Emma Curtis Hopkins
• Huna (New Thought)
I
• International New Thought Alliance
J
• Leonard Jacobson
• Jewish Science
L
• Law of Attraction
• Living Enrichment Center
M
• Metaphysical Club (New Thought)
• Metatheism
• Edward Morrissey
• Mary Manin Morrissey
• A. K. Mozumdar
N
• The Nautilus (Magazine)
• New Thought
• Noetic Consciousness
O
• ONE: The Movie
P
• Panentheism
• Prosperity theology
• Psychiana
R
• Religious Science
S
• Florence Scovel Shinn
• The Secret (2006 film)
• Seicho-No-Ie
• Samuel Smiles
T
• Masaharu Taniguchi
• Eckhart Tolle
• Elizabeth Towne
• Transcendentalism
U
• Universal mind
V
• Iyanla Vanzant
W
• Stuart Wilde



@ Theological thought
*********************************************

1. Abrahamism
2. Acosmism
3. Agnosticism
4. Animism
5. Antireligion
6. Atheism
7. Dharmism
8. Deism
9. Dualism
10. Esotericism
11. Feminist theology
12. Gnosticism
13. Henotheism
14. Humanism
15. Immanence
16. Monism
17. Monotheism
18. Mysticism
19. New Age
20. Nondualism
21. Pandeism
22. Pantheism
23. Polytheism
24. Process theology
25. Religious Naturalism
26. Shamanism
27. Taoic
28. Theism
29. Transcendence



@ Entheogenic
*********************

1. Bwiti
2. Cantheism
3. Church of Cognizance
4. Church of the Universe
5. Ethiopian Zion Coptic Church
6. Green Earth Ministries
7. League for Spiritual Discovery
8. Native American Church
9. Rastafari Movement
10. Sacrament of Transition
11. Santo Daime
12. THC Ministry
13. União do Vegetal



@ Syncretistic
******************
1. Arès Pilgrim Movement
2. Bwiti
3. Cao Dai
4. Church Universal and Triumphant
5. Huna
6. I-Kuan Tao
7. Konkokyo
8. Modekngei
9. Osho/Rajneeshism
10. Santo Daime
11. Seicho-No-Ie
12. Tenrikyo
13. Universal Life Church
14. Vale do Amanhecer





Eclectic, multifaith
**************************
1. The Arica School
2. Innatheism
3. Johrei Fellowship Nov 06
4. The Scientology religion
5. Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship International
6. The North Texas Church of Freethought




@ United States (new religious movements)
****************************************

1. Amica Temple of Radiance
2. Apocalypticism
3. Ausar Auset Society
4. Buddhist Nation
5. Creativity Movement
6. Fundamentalism
7. Heaven's Gate
8. Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness
9. Native American Church
10. Nation of Gods and Earths
11. Nation of Islam
12. neo-Pantheism
13. Naturalistic Pantheism
14. Nuwaubianism
15. Process Church of the Final Judgement
16. Religious Naturalism
17. Spiritual Naturalism
18. The Template Network







@ Shamanism
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Shamanistic, Tribal
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1. The Bear Tribe
2. Crocodile Men From Congo
3. Jombola 'cult'
4. Mungiki sect






@ Mita Congregation or Mita Faith
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Juanita Garcia Peraza, also known as "Mita" (June 24, 1897-February 21, 1970) was the founder of the first and only protestant religion of Puerto Rican origin.





@ Lou de Palingboer
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Lou de Palingboer (February 19, 1898 - March 23, 1968) was the founder and figurehead of a new religious movement in the Netherlands.





@ Umbanda
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The Umbanda believe in the existence of one invisible world and one visible world, that interact with each other. In the invisible world, there are spirits of life and spirits of darkness.






@ Santo Daime
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The cult of Santo Daime is centered around a drink called Daime, also known as ayahuasca, yag?, vegetal, or even holy tea. This drink is an hallucinogen made out of two plants: The "liane Banisteriopsis caapi" and the leaves of the "psychotria viridis" found in the Amazon region.





@Spiritism/Kardecism
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Symbols Spiritists do not attach great importance to symbols, there is however, in the "Spirits' Book" -written by Allan Kardec- a recommendation to use the vine-branch at the beginning of the book as an emblem of the work of God.






@ Universal Church of the Reign of God (Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus)
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As a stream of Neo-Pentecostalism the Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus (IURD) emphasizes the importance of the Bible and encourages its members to bring outsiders into the church. The church has many of the features of the charismatic movement - baptism in the Holy Spirit.






@Mal? cult or the religion of the Alfus?s
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The Mal? recognized and worshipped Allah, who was also called "Olorum-u-lua": (the God creator); however, some groups of mal?s also worshipped Mariama (the mother of Jesus Christ). They professed Islam and believed unquestionably in the Qur'an.






@ Religion of the Kadiweu
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Central to the religion of the Kadiweu is the figure of Go-noeno-hodi.






@ The Code Of Handsome Lake
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The code of Handsome Lake is Gaiwiio, 'the Good Message', good because it finally reconciles human beings with the Creator; heaven is thus referred to in the Gaiwiio as the "New World".



@ The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
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A candidate for admission into the Golden Dawn had to acknowledge his or her belief in the existence of a 'supreme being', but the old Pagan gods were very welcome.




@ New Zealand (Aotearoa)
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Creation stories of the new Zealand Maori tell of two primal parents, Papa the Earth Mother and Rangi the Sky Father



@ New Polynesian Religions
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As their inspiration was in response to the teachings of the Christian missions, new religious movements in Polynesia.



@The Tuka Movement (Fiji)
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The Tuka movement is one of a number of millenarian movements that emerged in Oceania in reaction to the presence of Europeans in the region.




@Vailala Madness
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The movement dubbed the Vailala madness had its basis in the belief in the imminent arrival of a world of material abundance.



@ Mambu Movement
(North-West New Guinea)
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The Mambu movement is one of the so-called "King movements" that emerged in Melanesia. Its founder Mambu, the self-declared "Black King".








@ Jon Frum Movement
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At the heart of the movement is a mythic messianic figure called Jon Frum, who allegedly appeared on the island of Tanna and who is variously identified as a god who lives in the crater of Tanna's highest mountain with his several thousand strong army or the 'king of America'.




@ Baluan Native Christian United Church
(Melanesian Independant Church)
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The beliefs of the Baluan Native Christian United Church are based on a radical rejection of Christian belief in favour of a myth-history called the 'new fashion'.




@ Christian Fellowship Church of New Georgia
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The beliefs and practices of the Christian Fellowship Church Loarnieva are somewhat reminiscent of those of the Kimbanguist church in Africa.




@ The Religion of the Quechua
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The Religion of the Quechua
Doctrines The present religion and beliefs of the Quechua are composed by two systems which are Catholicism and the traditional Andean religion.




@Peli ('Hawk') Asociation
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A number of cargo cults have metamorphosed into independent churches. Perhaps the most famous is the Peli (or "Hawk") Association. The practices and beliefs of the church derive in part from those of the Canadian Apostolic Church whose missionaries had been working in Papua New Guinea.



@ Deepak Chopra and the Chopra Center
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Deepak Chopra is an Indian-born American physician who teaches that health .








@Primordial Traditions
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The idea of the Primordial Tradition evolved out of the concept known as philosophia perennis.




@Thiaoouba Prophecy
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Thiaoouba Prophecy is a controversial UFO contactee book written by Michel Desmarquet.





@Kemetic religion
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1. Ausar Auset Society
2. Kemetic Orthodoxy
3. Shimsat Nuthar
4. Ta Noutri




@American latin religions with African roots
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1. Candomblé
2. Hoodoo
3. Kumina
4. Obeah
5. Palo
6. Quimbanda
7. Santería (Lukumí)
8. Spiritual Baptist
9. Umbanda
10. Haitian Vodou
11. Louisiana Voodoo
12. Winti
13. Abakua
14. Vodun or Vudun





@Afro-Brazilian Religions
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1. Umbanda
2. Candomblé
3. Batuque
4. Macumba
5. Quimbanda
6. Catimbo
7. Jurema
8. Xambá
9. Culto aos Egungun
10. Culto de Ifá Irmandade
11. Confraria
12. Sincretismo
13. Xangô do Nordeste
14. Tambor de Mina




@Similar Religions between Afro-Brazilian Religions and
American latin religions with African roots
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1. Santeria
2. Palo
3. Arará
4. Lukumi
5. Regla de Ocha
6. Abakuá
7. Obeah




@ The Urantia Book
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The Urantia Book (also sometimes called The Urantia Papers or the Fifth Epochal Revelation) is a spiritual and philosophical book that discusses God, science, religion, history, philosophy, and destiny. It originated in Chicago, Illinois, USA.





@ The United Religions Initiative (URI)
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The United Religions Initiative (URI), was founded by William E. Swing, formerly Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of California.


@ Interfaith
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@Lebanon religions(The 18 recognized sects)
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1. Alawite (Islamic sect)
2. Armenian Catholic
3. Armenian Orthodox
4. Assyrian Church of the East
5. Chaldean Catholic
6. Copts
7. Druze ( Islamic sect)
8. Greek Catholic
9. Greek Orthodox
10. Isma'ili (Islamic sect)
11. Jewish
12. Maronite
13. Roman Catholic
14. Shi'a (Islamic sect)
15. Sunni (Islamic sect)
16. Syriac Catholic
17. Syriac Orthodox
18. Evangelical Christian (incl. Protestant groups such as Baptists and Seventh-day Adventists(





@ House of Aaron
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The House of Aaron is not a church in the traditional sense; it is a ministry carried out by a fellowship of believers in Yeshua (Jesus) who have a lineage and calling as Aaronite priests and Levite ministers in Israel.






@ Alfred Ploetz
*****************************************

Alfred Ploetz (August 22, 1860 – March 20, 1940) was a German physician, biologist, eugenicist known for coining the term racial hygiene (Rassenhygiene) and promoting the concept in Germany. Rassenhygiene is a form of eugenics.







@ Roma (Gypsies; also "Rroma")
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There are an estimated 9 to 12 million Roma (Gypsies; also "Rroma") in the world, concentrated in Europe, but also in North America, Australia .



@ Yiguandao
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@ Theosophy
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Theosophy is a doctrine of religious philosophy and metaphysics originating with Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891). In this context, theosophy holds that all religions are attempts by the "Spiritual Hierarchy" to help humanity in evolving to greater perfection, and that each religion therefore has a portion of the truth. Together with Henry Steel Olcott, William Quan Judge.


@ Anthroposophy
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Anthroposophy, a spiritual philosophy based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner.



@ "I AM" Activity
******************

The "I AM" Activity is a religious movement founded in the early 1930s by Guy Ballard (1878–1939) and his wife Edna (1886-1971) in Chicago, Illinois.




@ Oxford Group
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@ Moral Re-Armament
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Moral Re-Armament (MRA) was an international moral and spiritual movement that, in 1938, grew out of the Reverend Frank N. D. Buchman's Oxford Group.





@ Psychiana
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Psychiana was a New Thought denomination created in 1928 by Frank Bruce Robinson (1886-1948), with headquarters in Moscow.




@ Self-Realization Fellowship
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Self-Realization Fellowship / Yogoda Satsanga Society of India is a worldwide spiritual organization founded by Paramahansa Yogananda in 1920 and based in Los Angeles, California.




@ Adi Da
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Adi Da Samraj (November 3, 1939 – November 27, 2008), born Franklin Albert Jones in Jamaica, Queens, New York City.




Urreligion
**********
"the oldest natural religion of mankind, in particular the religion of Adam and Eve.




@ Maori religion
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Maori religion is the religious beliefs and practice of the Maori, the Polynesian indigenous people of New Zealand


@ Jediism (New Zealand )
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Jediism is a non-theistic new religious movement based upon the philosophical and spiritual ideas of the Jedi as depicted in Star Wars media.

@ Earth religion
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@ Kerista
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Kerista was a new religion that was started in New York City in 1956 by Bro Jud Presmont.


@Third Great Awakening
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The Third Great Awakening was a period of religious activism in American history from the late 1850s to the 1900s.


@ Ethic of reciprocity (Golden Rule)
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@ Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness
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The Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (or MSIA, sometimes pronounced "messiah")


@ Cult of Mother Goddess Li?u H?nh (Vietnam)
*******************************************

In parts of rural North and Middle Vietnam an interesting cult, that of the Mother Goddess Li?u H?nh is gaining significant ground.





@ Law of Attraction
******************



@ Dini Ya Msambwa
******************
The Dini ya Msambwa (Cult of the Spirits of the Dead) is a sect founded in Western Kenya in the 1940s, by Elijah Masinde.



@ Rogerines
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The Rogerines were a religious sect founded in 1674 by John Rogers in New London



@ Nuwaubianism
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Nuwaubianism is an esoteric cosmology.



@ Peace Mala
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@ Homicides directed against the public:
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1. Aum Shinri Kyo
2. The Family (Charles Manson)



@ Suicides or homicides of their own members:
***************************************
1. Branch Davidians
2. Heaven's Gate
3. Jeffrey Lundgren
4. Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God (Uganda)
5. The People's Temple (Jim Jones)
6. Solar Temple



@ Racist groups (Hate group)
*************************************


1. Young Men's Christian Association
2. Invisible Empire, Knights of the KKK(Ku Klux Klan)
3. Vietnamese fishermen
4. White Patriot Party
5. United Klans of America
6. White Aryan Resistance
7. Church of the Creator
8. Christian Knights of the KKK
9. Aryan Nations
10. Separation of church and state
11. Ranch Rescue
12. Billy Ray Johnson
13. Imperial Klans of America
14. New Black Panther Party
15. Neo-Nazis
16. Grey Wolves
17. South African National Party
18. Wahhabi sect (Racist group)



@ Technology-oriented
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1. Digitalism
2. Singularitarianism


@ Ethnic supremacist
**************************

1. Creativity Movement
2. Esoteric Nazism
3. Nation of Yahweh
4. Nordic racial paganism


@Lou de Palingboer
******************************

Lou de Palingboer (February 19, 1898 - March 23, 1968) was the founder and figurehead of a new religious movement in the Netherlands.


@ Hippies
****************************************

1. Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters
2. Diggers
3. Yippies
4. The Brotherhood of Eternal Love
5. Jesus movement
6. Rainbow Family
7. Deadhead
8. New Age travellers
9. Radical Faeries
10. People associated (hippie movement)




@ Modekngei
******************

Modekngei, or Ngara Modekngei (United Sect) is a monotheistic religious movement founded around 1915 by Temedad, a native of the island of Babeldaob.



@ Religion in Fiji
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1. CMF (Every Home) TheChristian Ministries Fellowship
2. Sanatan
3. Arya Samaj
4. Kabir Panthi
5. Satya Sai Baba


Religions associated with the Yoruba
Yoruba people and Yoruba religion
****************************************

1. Anago (Nigeria)
2. Batuque (Brazil)
3. Candomblé (Brazil)
4. Lukumí / Santería (Cuba and Puerto Rico)
5. Obeah (Jamaica and West Indies)
6. Oyotunji (USA)
7. Umbanda (Brazil)
8. Santo Daime
9. Vodou (Vodun) (Haiti) (Note that the term "Voodoo" is not accurate to describe this religion and is not used in Haiti. "Voodoo" is used to describe an Afro-Creole tradition of New Orleans, Louisiana USA



@ Native Americans in USA
***************************

1. Protestant
2. Sacred Pipe
3. Kiva Religion
4. Long House
5. Roman Catholic
6. Russian Orthodox








@ Papahurihia
****************
Papahurihia was an Omanaia leader , that founded a religious sect called Te Nakahi in the Bay of Islands of New Zealand, around 1833.


@ Ringatu
***************
The Ringatu church was founded in 1868 by Te Kooti Rikirangi. The symbol for the movement is an upraised hand, or "Ringa Tu" in Maori.




























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