Thursday, April 3, 2014



Jediism is a non-theistic new religious movement based on the philosophical and spiritual ideas of the Jedi as depicted in Star Wars media.

Although inspired by elements of Star Wars, Jediism has no founder or central structure.
Early websites dedicated to drawing a belief system from the Star Wars films were "The Jedi Religion" and "Jediism". These websites cited the Jedi code, consisting of 21 maxims, as the starting point for a "real Jedi" belief system.
The Temple of the Jedi Order, which was registered in 2005 in Texas  as a non-profit organization, has promulgated a code, "The 16 Teachings of the Jedi".
Although followers of Jediism acknowledge the influence of Star Wars on their religion, by following the moral and spiritual codes demonstrated by the fictional Jedi, they also insist their path is different from that of the fictional characters and that Jediism does not focus on the myth and fiction found in Star Wars. The Jedi follow the "16 teachings", which are based on the presentation of the fictional Jedi, as well as "21 maxims".

Jedi Religious Faith

The Jedi Church believes that there is one all powerful force that binds all things in the universe together. The Jedi religion is something innate inside everyone of us, the Jedi Church believes that our sense of morality is innate. So quiet your mind and listen to the force within you!

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