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03 Mar 2019 02:18 #335077 by Yabuturtle
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Are there any that people know of?

As far as branches go, like with religion

Are there any that may be similar but different or vastly different compared to other orders? Some can also have the same type of belief but different rules depending on the order. Perhaps are there different branches of Jediism that follow different ways to intrepret the force? Some that may have different ways to encounter it or work with it? Although some may be stricter, almost monk like while others can be neutral about things, kind of making them gray jedi

What are your thoughts?

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03 Mar 2019 03:13 #335078 by Adder
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I guess a 'branch' speaks more of a representative part of a larger body, most usually associated with regionality.

But it sounds like you mean the wider community of Jedi;

www.templeofthejediorder.org/forum/jedi-in-the-news

I'd say within the Jedi Community there would be groups, and within groups there would be sub groups, and within subgroups probably circles, and within every level of course the individual!

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03 Mar 2019 10:44 #335083 by Arisaig
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Different strokes for different folks, as the saying goes

I do believe there is a section in the Jedi Praxeum Discord group that has links and such to the different groups, from small to large. Each has their own focus. Heck, one even has focuses on heraldry and ale brewing. XD Perhaps check out that thread (think it's under Jedi History)...

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03 Mar 2019 18:01 #335093 by For-Emris
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In some Eastern European countries, Jedism as a religion does not exist at all. There is a "Jedi philosophy". Jedi can be called one who follows this philosophy. At the same time, he is an adherent of one of the religions - northern, Wiccan, Christian, etc.
"Jedi philosophy" is not completely formed. Most of the "orders" (when they still existed) understood it in their own way. Only Codex was common to all.
There are very, very few adherents of "Jediism" (religion) in our countries. Unfortunately.

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