In the second week of April I publicly launched a site called "foundationist.org". It was supposed to be the dawning of a new philosophy. Unfortunately, I spent so much effort on collecting world religious resources and the overall site layout that I failed to find a way to deliver the philsophy in a coherent way. I needed much more time to structure it adequately. So in its third week of existence "foundationist,org" was toned down into a general comparative religion site. Then the server all my sites were on was hacked - after a few days the server was taken offline and I lost anything I hadn;t backed-up (the forum databases I prioritised backing up, and didn;t lose too much information). I moved every domain to it's own shared server with different hosting companies, and rushed through a general expansion of internet presence with the opening of new domains (some still in development). And then while checking out search engine optimisation terms, I discovered that no one had registered "comparative-religion.com". :-X As I only wanted a comparative religion site now it made sense to register and redeisgn everything. "foundationist.org" was up for three weeks, then taken down. Three weeks later, "comparative-religion.com" was born. I still have some changes to make, but we've only just been online for two days. Welcome to a new beginning. Welcome to comparative-religion.com.