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Summary: CaoDai: Religion of Many Spirits
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Published: 03/01/2007 Updated: 03/01/2007
Summary: (Presentation by Christopher Hartney, Department of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, at the Department of World Religions, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, March 2003)
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Published: 02/27/2007 Updated: 02/27/2007
Summary: From the turn of the Century, Ngo Minh Chieu, a colonial civil servant was already well versed in the traditions of Eastern mediumship and sharmanistic practices. It was this man, who in 1919 received the revelation of the Divine Eye, which is the focus of Caodaist worship and the ultimate symbol of the Divine within the religion. More info...
Published: 02/27/2007 Updated: 02/27/2007
Summary: Discussion of the astrological metaphors and spiritual meaning More info...
Published: 03/01/2007 Updated: 03/01/2007
Summary: Since Cao Dai Religion / Dai Dao Tam Ky Pho Do was founded, God established Phap-Chanh-Truyen (The Religious Constitution of Caodaism) and guided the high dignitaries to form the Tan-Luat (The New Canonical Codes), and The-Luat (Secular Rules/Laws On The Secular Life of the Faithful) in order to govern the religious administration and maintain truth and justice in the Religion.
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Published: 02/27/2007 Updated: 02/27/2007
Summary: The Third Revelation of the Misericord Divination is a new religion of spiritualist disclosure brought into being after "Ngoc-Hoang Thuong-De"s teachings More info...
Published: 02/28/2007 Updated: 02/28/2007
Summary: The centre of the Caodaist word is the Great Divine Temple in Tay Ninh. The apex of this building is undoubtedly the Great Eye that stares from the celestial globe above the altar, but from an earthly perspective the religion could not function without the "Cung Dao." More info...
Published: 02/27/2007 Updated: 02/27/2007
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Good health and spirit are prerequisite and means for humans to lead a meaningful life and to function as they predetermined by the Creator.

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Published: 09/04/2007 Updated: 09/04/2007
Summary: The conversion of Mr. Le-Van-Trung who was to become Pop of Caodaism, was one of the great events of Indochina's history.
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Published: 02/27/2007 Updated: 02/27/2007
Summary: History of Vegetarianism
Jesus and the early Christians
Was Christ a Vegetarian? More info...
Published: 02/25/2007 Updated: 02/25/2007
 
 
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