Cult Religion

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Cult-Religion: Worship of gods, people, objects, things, sanctuaries etc. In a humble and very often fearful and fanatical form in combination with rituals, adorations and sacrifices.

Following of false-teachings = believing things that never can be proven because of lack of knowledge of the effective truth.

Cult-religions are: All variants of Christianity, all variants of Islam, all variants of Hinduism, all variants of Buddism, and all other cult-religions conforming to this definition.

Cult-religion is solely created for exploitation, domination and power over the general public.[1]


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