Main page: Taoism / Daoism
In Atheism and Secularism, in the following sections:
In The New Age, in the following sections:
In What Causes Religion and Superstitions?, in the following sections:
In Religion in the United Kingdom: Diversity, Trends and Decline, in the following sections:
In Ethics Of Reciprocity like the Golden Rule and the Wiccan Rede Do Not Work, in the following sections:
The False and Conflicting Experiences of Mankind: How Other Peoples' Experience Contradict Our Own Beliefs: 5.1. Hallucinations x1.
The New Age and Satanism: 1. A Brief Introduction to the New Age x1.
Satanic Social Ethics and Teachings on Morality in Satanism: 7. The Ethic of Reciprocity, Golden Rule or Wiccan Rede x1.
Buddhism: 3. Karma x1.
The Assumptions about God and Creation, of Both Theists and Atheists: 2.6. God is Conscious x1.
Time to Move On: Religion Has Cost Too Much: 3.1. Religion is Bad for Intelligence x1.
Religion and Intelligence x1.
Cultural Religion Versus Scholarly Religion: 4.1. Magic as a Grassroots Phenomenon x1.
Single God Religions (Monotheism) x1.
Anti-Religious Forces: Specific Factors Fuelling Secularisation: 2.5. Intelligence and Education x1.
Experiences of God are Illusions, Derived from Malfunctioning Psychological Processes: 2. Hallucinations and Fasting x1.
Religion, the Environment and Climate Change: 2.2. Buddhism x1.
Reincarnation: 2. How Does Karma Work in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism? x1.
Criticism of the New Age: Ridiculous Practices, Daft Beliefs and Pseudoscience: 1. An Introduction to the New Age x1.
Parody Religions: 4. Jedi Knights x1.
Science and Religion: 4. Intelligence Acting Against Religion x1.
Different Types of Atheism and Atheist Beliefs x1.
Nothing New: Religions Evolve From Previous Religions: 5. The New Age: Old Beliefs, New Packaging x1.
Dictionary List of Different Types of Religion x1.
Counter-Cultural and Alternative New Religious Movements: 0.1. The New Age x1.
The Jedi Knight Religion, Inspired by Star Wars (Jediism) x1.
Jain: 2. Karma x1.
Hinduism: 4. Karma x1.
Modern Paganism (Neopaganism): 1.2. The New Age x1.
How Does Karma Work in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism? x1.
Hallucinations, Sensory Deprivation and Fasting: The Physiological Causes of Religious and Mystical Experiences x1.