+majicman Posted June 25, 2002 Share Posted June 25, 2002 Okay, you guys are just ASKING for it! (Sarcastic attempt at humor)... I have a great idea! Very similar to my (see other threads) "Stump Remover" cache with the tnt, dynamite, and nitro-glycerine,) or my "All Food Items" cache (baked items wrapped in wax paper), I think I shall now create an "All-Religions" cache. Now, to be fair (proportionally), I will have to include items proportional to the general public so I have 2 billion christians, 1.3 billion Islamic, 900 million Hindus, 850 million Secular/Nonreligious/Agnostic/Atheist, 360 million Buddhists, 225 million Chinese traditional religious, 150 million primal-indigenous believers, 95 million Diasporic, 23 million Sikhist, 19 million Juchest, 14 million Spiritist, 14 million Jewish, 6 million Bahaist, 4 million Jainist, 4 million Shinto followers, 3 million Cao Daist, 2.4 million Tenrikyoist, 1 million (roughly) Neo-Paganist, 800 thousand Unitarians, 750 thousand Scientologists, 700 thousand Rastafarianists, and about 150 thousand Zoroastrianists! Now, I can subdivide the Christian 2 billion (we don't wanna mix the Catholics and Methods and Baptists all together, do we?) So, we will have to have separate items for these "Christian groups" (lets do alphabetical this time!): African Independent Churches (AICs), the Aglipayan Church, Amish, Anglicans, Armenian Apostolic, Assemblies of God; Baptists, Calvary Chapel, Catholics, Christadelphians, Christian Science, the Community of Christ, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Coptic Christians, Eastern Orthodox churches, Ethiopian Orthodox, Evangelicals, Iglesia ni Cristo, Jehovah's Witnesses, the Local Church, Lutherans, Methodists, Nestorians, the New Apostolic Church, Pentecostals, Plymouth Brethren, Presbyterians, the Salvation Army, Seventh-Day Adventists, Shakers, Stone-Campbell churches (Disciples of Christ; Churches of Christ; the "Christian Church and Churches of Christ"; the International Church of Christ); Uniate churches, United Church of Christ/Congregationalists, the Unity Church, Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, Vineyard churches and others (Disclaimer, Note that these are only SOME of the "major" (by member population) Christian religions.)) Well, I really should break out the Islamic (Like the Shiite and More) and Hindus (gotta watch my karma here, at least in this life-cycle) into their various subcategories, but, I think I'll let that slide! OK: now for some items: rosaries, crucifixes, crosses, medalions, holy cards, scapulars, bibles, leaflets, pamphlets, statuettes, hood ornaments, prayer cloths, cruets, oils, clerical shirts, patens, vestments, chalices, candle sticks, monstrances, pyxes, sprinklers, vestments, plaques, icons, wine, grape juice, wafers, unleavened bread, bitter herbs, catechisms, medals, pins, stained glass, patches, turbans, kippahs, black hats, brown derbys, machzors, siddurs, the T'nakh, yarmulkes, prayer wheels, bells, beads, cymbals, incense; (heck, lets do som alphabeticals) arti lamps, bride dolls, baptismal candles, buddha statues, censers, challaf loaves, chauri, chommetz kits, conches, dancing sticks, diva statures, dorjes, dreidles, durgas, first communion dresses, ganeshas, garlands, gregers, guru gobind singhs, guru nanaks, hanumans, head scarves, hunger cloths, icons, ihrams, Ik Onkars, kacheras, kanghas, karas, kara parshad bowls, kalis, kiddush cups, kirpans, krishnas (hare?), lakshamis, madonnas (not her!), malas, mandirs, masks, matzahs menorahs, mezuzahs, necklaces, offering bowls, plates (medina), prayer - beads & flags & hats & mats & wheels, puja trays, qur'ans, rakhis, rama & sitas, ramadarbars, rumalas, sarasvatis, seder plates, shivas, shabbat candlesticks & puppets, shofars, skull caps, spices & spice boxes, stoups, tallits, tambourines, tasbis, teffilins, trimurtis, triptyches, vishnus, votive memorial items, wafers, weddign garlands & dresses & cakes & veils & jewelery, yads and Zitzit Katans! That outta about cover it! (Whew!!!) --majicman (Always trade UP in both quantity and quality and Geocaches will be both self-sustaining and self-improving!) Quote Link to comment
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