Hello World! I was born and raised in an athiest household. At age 10, I created an imaginary island called Calaveigjia. I became attracted to Buddhism at around age 12. I became an Indophile at age 13 and leaned more towards hinduism. At 15, I realised that neither of these religions I felt comfortable conforming to. I thus designed a pantheist belief system that more resembled my religious tendencies. The religion is called "Alradjadu", a name meaning "humanity" in a language that I have made up called "Yangralngarlu". The language is that of an ethnic group in Galangurlu, an island in my alternate history (evolved from Calaveigjia) in which the Sahul shelf has been exposed since the holocene. Alradjadu has some resemblencies with hinduism but a lot of it was indepedently thought about and created. It is a descriptive, rather than prescriptive religion, the major tenets of which are ontological rather than ethical. In the context of the alternate history, it arose from philosophical schools in the Yangralngarlu states during the formative to classic periods of Galangurlu history. Many of the minor deities are borrowed from local folk religions. As Alradjadu has to conform to a realistic alternate history of a preindustrial people, some aspects of it are not scientifically correct. I generally do not believe in those aspects but everyone sees parts of their religions that they do not agree with.