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Hi, I'm Amin and I am an avid reader interested in the world.

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I have started a page called [wikireligion] (hosted on Scratchpad Wiki Labs).

I don't believe in religion and am only interested in it from a historical perspective. One of the many aspects that I find make it seem less pure and more about the typical power plays that inspire most events in the world is the geo/ethnic/language-specific aspect of it. Every religion, even if it declares universality, has a starting location that affords that location religious status, and a starting prophet, which affords his ethnic/racial group higher status and standing for being associated with him/(her).

This is an attempt to see if a religion can sprout without ANY geographical/racial centrality and what that religion would be like. Again, it's at [wikireligion].