All these different people have different beliefs and all of them believe they have the right story.

o 1 Asia

o 1.1 Ainu

o 1.2 Hmong

o 1.3 Korea

o 1.4 Mansi

o 1.5 Mongol

o 1.6 Orok

o 1.7 Shinto

o 1.8 Taoism

o 1.9 Zen

2 Africa

o 2.1 Bakuba

o 2.2 Maasai

o 2.3 Man Dinka

o 2.4 Voodoo

o 2.5 Yoruba

o 2.6 Zulu

3 Europe

o 3.1 Finnish

o 3.2 Greek (Classical)

o 3.3 Norse

4 India

o 4.1 Buddhist

o 4.2 Hindu

o 4.3 Jainism

o 4.4 Sikh

o 4.5 Seurat Shabda Yoga

5 Pacific

o 5.1 Australian Aboriginal

o 5.2 Polynesian

o 5.3 Hawaiian

o 5.4 Maori

o 5.5 Tagalog

6 Middle East

o 6.1 Babylonian

o 6.2 Bahá'í

o 6.3 Egyptian

o 6.4 Hermeticism

o 6.5 Islam

o 6.6 Judaism and Christianity

o 6.7 Mandaeism

o 68 Zoroastrianism

7 North America

o 7.1 Kiowa Apache

o 7.2 Aztec

o 7.3 Cherokee

o 7.4 Choctaw

o 7.5 Creek

o 7.6 Digueno

o 7.7 Hopi

o 7.8 Inuit

o 7.9 Iroquois

o 7.10 Lakota

o 7.11 Maidu

o 7.12 Navajo

o 7.13 Ojibwa

o 7.14 Seminole

o 7.15 Tlingit

8 South America

o 8.1 Inca

o 8.2 Mayan

9 Modern

o 9.1 Evolutionary Spirituality

o 9.2 Mormonism

o 9.3 Raëlism

o 9.4 Randomness

o 9.5 Scientology

o 9.6 Wicca

A majority of the registered religions are quite ancient; granted very, very few have modern concepts.Simply because it may still be practiced doesn't make it in any way greater than a belief, what someone thinks or omit the fact of 'it'(religion) as an ancient creation.

Myths don’t change, all 59 registered religious subcultures attempt to alter an others perspective..(psychology/religion)....of what is 'right'. Where the only form of 'wrong' is to disagree, because they convey a message; usually about morality ( five of the ten commandments are part of many laws,sha.. ) ..Adjusting (on the mass) a wide variation of reality/absolutes for individuals (psychological doctrine). A true cyclical Gorgon Knot but not unidentifiable as an ancient form of psychology.

Psychology is as relevant today as it was, as it developed and doesn't change the principals of religion being psychology. As medicine is medicine , in accordance with local understanding of how it was practiced today or 'ancient' Greece.

The word 'ancient' is used to signify the time in which psychological doctrines developed from the deep past to today, humanity has used these text to sway masses throughout time, not solely for spiritual purposes but precisely as psychological doctrine; even TODAY.

To identify all religious text as being fundamentally a psychological doctrine helps puts into perspective for the plebe or uninformed the nature and effect of such doctrine on the masses. The spirituality is embedded within each text and is a subjective journey; any doctrine should not be dictatedI am not suggesting teaching religion in pursuit of 'the divine' (theology) but rather to be better informed about religion and human behavior (psychology). Being more informed about the variety of religions is , I believe a good thing indeed.Spirituality can not be taken out of religion , it is embedded throughout all of the texts and comes out once you take the time to read them...

If the (religious) texts are taught as 'psychological doctrines' children can develop better understandings of the variety of nuances in faiths and eventually chose for themselves what to accept. Perhaps a continent a semester? This way would not favor one faith as being more credible than an other.