Religions of the World
Clockwise from the North Pole: Baha'i, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto,
Sikhism, Taoism, Wicca, other Neopagan religions, Zoroastrianism, and Druidism.
Not Shown: Catholithism
The world’s oldest religion still being practiced today is Hinduism (know to adherents as 'Sanatan Dharma’, Eternal Order). Hindu, meaning "river" used by outsiders to describe the people of the Indus River Valley.
The Egyptian Creation Myth tells us that, at first, there was only Ocean. This ocean was breadth-less and depth-less and silent until, upon its surface, there rose a hill of earth (known as the ben-ben, the primordial mound, which, it is thought, the pyramids symbolize) and the great god Ra (the sun) stood upon the ben-ben and spoke, giving birth to the god Shu (of the air) the goddess Tefnut (of moisture) the god Geb (of earth) and the goddess Nut (of sky).
There is only one true society: the Society of the Word. All else is illusory. Continue to purify your mind individually and collectively to continue sustaining the outward and inward growth. Truth brings clarity. We seek the truth and integrity of spiritual wisdom.
Every word, every sign, every deed, gesture, step, movement of every body part and function is being carefully measured, observed and investigated by the eyes and hands of the divine.
The divine artistic creator of all words and worlds is forever operating as the undying element permeating through each individual of our collective, therefore it is imperative that each individual fulfill his and her role in delivering life’s creations to the Verses, which our consciousnesses reside.
In sowing our seeds and growing toward the light, we must never conspire to work or prevail
against our source of life, the light.
Look behind the curtain of consciousness and to bring forth the stratum of the unconsciousness. Your Illuminati is the same as “Christed”, anointed, an immortal spiritual soul.
Amethyst was thought to encourage celibacy. Because of that, Amethyst was very important in the ornamentation of churches in the Middle Ages. Bishops still often wear Amethyst rings.
Amethyst is considered to be sacred to Buddha and rosaries are often fashioned from it. Placed under the pillow at night, the beautiful Amethyst is believed to produce a calm and peaceful sleep. Amethyst is given as a symbol of sincerity, security, and peace of mind.