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I remember that a while ago I read an article about a man who claimed that he was paid a ransom to create a religion. His briefing was something to the effect that the new religion had to be based on some kind of divine inspiration or secret that was delivered by a prophet of divine choice. The religion had to be such that it involved people at a deeply spiritual level and that its practice result in some kind of emotional payback that was gratifying to the extent that it could be described as divine. Something to that effect.
I remember it now because I have recently become aware of a few very good candidates that fit the bill of the author's mystery employer. That and the fact that my own journey in recent months has disclosed quite a few examples of universal secrets that could easily be used as cornerstones on which to build a religion.
In my own humble suggestion I would like to prefer that these secrets be called universal principles. Much like the principle on which the infinite improbability machine produce surprising, yet amazingly accurate results in the technology of space travel, these principles seem to produce results that suggest some kind of universal law.
In my own experience their application also seems to result in spiritual enlightenment. At least as I understand the concept.
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