Top 10 Strange Weird Religions Belief

Religion is the way that humans have created to reach God, but God's way to reach man is his son Jesus Christ -. Religions Most Strange 

1. Nuwaubianismo
It is a generic term used to refer to the doctrines and teachings of the followers of Dwight York. The Nuwaubians originated as a Black Muslim group in New York in the 1970s, and have gone through many changes since then. York Nuwaubianism developed using a wide range of sources which include Theosophy-derived New Age movements such as Astara as well as the Rosicrucians, Freemasonry, the Shriners, the Moorish Science Temple of America, the revisionist Christianity and Islam and the Qadiani cult of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the numerology of Rashad Khalifa, and ancient astronaut theories of Zecharia Sitchin. White people say in a Nuwaubian myth was originally created as a race of murderers to serve blacks as a slave army, but this plan was bad. Some of the strangest beliefs of this religion are, it is important to bury the afterbirth so that Satan does not use it to make a duplicate of newborn children, some aborted fetuses survive their abortion and live in the sewers, where they would gather and organized to take over the world or that each person has 7 clones around the world.

2. Pastafarianism
The pastafaristas argue that the real world is the creator of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, MONESVOL, and claim to have been "Touched by his tallarinesco appendix". According to them, the universe was created by a completely invisible and undetectable MONESVOL, whose form is that of two meatballs surrounded by several spaghetti. The monster has a name, but it's so beautiful and unpronounceable that kills not only those who pronounce it, but everyone who is within 6.0534 Km If you try to write or type the name, the radius is doubled. Here's the gospel Spaghetti Monster.

3. Prince Philip Movement
It is a cargo cult of Yaohnanen tribe on the southern island of Tanna in Vanuatu. The Yaohnanen believe that Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, consort of Queen Elizabeth II, is a divine being, the pale, blond son of a mountain spirit and brother of John Frum. According to ancient tales the son traveled by sea to a distant land, married a powerful lady and eventually had to return. The villagers had observed the respect accorded to Queen Elizabeth II by colonial officials and came to the conclusion that her husband, Prince Philip, must be the son of their legends. The cult is probably formed sometime in the 1950s and 1960s. His beliefs were strengthened by the official visit of the royal couple to Vanuatu in 1974, when some villagers had the opportunity to observe the prince from afar. Prince Philip was made aware of religion and exchanged gifts with its leaders, and even visited.

4. Invisible Pink Unicorn
According to the followers of this religion, the world was created by a Goddess shaped pink unicorn. Followers of the URI held discussions on attributes such as the URI "kidnaps" socks reason for her enigmatic tendency to disappear. The abducted socks are considered "signs" for the URI-or are against, depending on who you ask or what socks are raptured. They argue that the horn was the mold URI creation of all life and therefore have the DNA spiral.

5. Maradoniana Religion
Present in over 60 countries, the religion of D10S has more than 80 thousand parishioners, among which are said to include Michael Owen, Ronaldinho and Juan Roman Riquelme. I conformed to the cult of former Argentine footballer Diego Armando Maradona, considered their supreme god. The story goes back to October 30, 1998, when Hernán Capomar Amez and Hector began as a joke Christmas to celebrate the birthday of Diego Armando Maradona. A night Alejandro Verón joined the following year Federico Canepa. These four rosarinos jokingly invented a new religion, the cult of the person of a soccer player. The chronology maradoniana account years since the birth of Maradona on 30 October 1960, so it is now the year 50 DD (After Diego).

6. Creativity Movement
It is a racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic, xenophobic, right-wing religious organization that claims to worship the White Race. Although it was called Church Mundia, actually this movement is based on an atheistic philosophy. The Church defines its beliefs as an atheist philosophy that recognizes no belief in any god. But he says that worships the white man as the pinnacle of evolution, and says follow the eternal laws of nature, such as survival of the fittest and the struggle between species (and races) to accumulate resources. The creativists believe that the White Race is the pinnacle of biological evolution and the origin of all science, culture, civilization and human progress. For them, the other races are biologically inferior, being the lowest blacks, according to them, is just superior to chimpanzees. The creativists also believe that Jews are the worst enemy of the White Race and to use their economic power to enslave and destroy the targets. Having creator various perverse ideologies, including Communism, Freudianism and, of course, Christianity. Its main religious text is The White Man's Bible, written by the founder Ben Klassen, although they have a large canon. While the group says not nazi, if you show great respect for Adolf Hitler who considered a great hero of humanity (something a bit contradictory)

7. Jediism
It is a religion that supposedly has recently appeared in the census in different countries. It is based on the film "The Wars". It is known that George Lucas was inspired by religions like Shinto, Japan, and other Celtic religions. In Australia more than 70,000 members were Jedi in the 2001 Census. In the UK 390,000 people (0.7 of the population), it was also declared that religion in 2001. This made the Jedi religion was the fourth was the most widespread in the country. Still not officially recognized, but its members are pushing for governments to do.

8. Powers Cosmic People of Light
It is a Czech religious movement centered around Ivo A. Benda. Your belief system is based on the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations communicating with Benda and other "contacts" since October 1997 telepathically and later by direct personal contact. According to Benda those civilizations are a fleet of spaceships, led by Ashtar Sheran, orbiting Earth. Should be monitored closely and help good and are waiting to transport their followers into another dimension. The lessons incorporate various elements of ufology (some foreign "contacts" are credited, though often well after a while quit being mistaken or misleading).

9. Raelian Movement
It is a UFO religion that promotes the belief that highly advanced scientifically known extraterrestrial beings as the Elohim (one of the words used in the Torah and in the Apocrypha for God), they allegedly created life on Earth by genetic engineering. According to the Raelian doctrine, a combination of human cloning and "mind transfer" could ultimately provide humans the gift of immortality. The Raelian Movement is considered as a new religion by their allies, and as a cult by detractors. Raelians promote a new form of government called geniocracy or government geniuses. To qualify for a seat of government, would be required to have a potential intelligence (not referring to IQ) of at least 50% of the average, and in order to vote would be necessary to have a 10% average. Rael, in his book, Geniocracy argues that nations act as a human body, in which each individual is a "cell" and everyone having a main task, saying "all cells are important, but cells fulfill the function foot walking and brain, to think. " He also argues that geniocracy not be more necessary manual work, because in the short term, this would be replaced by robots up to create a system of self-sustaining life.

10. lachrymology
It was invented by American progressive metal band Tool The word itself literally translates as "the study of crying". The central teaching is just this, that through the physical and mental pain (and the subsequent discharge of that pain, mourn) can reach a higher spiritual state. It is very difficult to find information about the lachrymology Tool without the context of a book called "A joyful guide to lachrymology" written by Ronald P. Vincent in 1949, supposedly inspired the band in many ways in its infancy. Anyway, this book can not be found in libraries or online somewhere, so it has been said that the whole story was just a joke made by the band for their own entertainment and advertising. In fact they have not spoken about lachrymology.
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