Is it normal to follow restorational faiths?
Some of these sects (if not religions) are simple, but all I believe in is either an old tradition or a restoration of such a tradition. Hard to mention is that I also practise magick (being against it doesn't apply to me in my religions because they make no mention of it), e.g. hoodoo, high magick, sorcery, and scrying (shhhh!). But concerning my Christian faiths, the two of them are Puritanism and The True And Living Church Of Jesus Christ Of Saints Of The Last Days, a now extinct Mormon sect, I base my choice of sects on primitive religion, in the Mormon sect I can, if I really need to, get prepared for such a holy war and lock myself in my house storing food away for fear of the end of the world, and meat, sugar and honey are forbidden and I'm now on a raw food diet, which is as simple as the original Mormon diet of veg, little meat, and no alcohol, tobacco, coffee, tea, or harmful drugs (I used to join Mormonism, but I wasn't a hardcore believer). It sounds good doesn't it? Except one thing: I like my coffee, and I like being a vegetarian, therefore a little meat is good for some, and no meat is good for others, it's crazy! What kind of God deprives you of coffee? How am I going to wake up in the morning? The diet makes sense, because I need to stay awake to see if I'll rise to the terrestrial kingdom and actually see Jesus for the first time. Men reincarnate as men, and women reincarnate as women, therefore sectarians reincarnate as sectarians (just a theory)! However, no sect can tell me what to wear unless it's Puritanism and no sect can tell me what to eat unless it's The True And Living Church Of Jesus Christ Of Saints Of The Last Days. The point is these restorational faiths are old school and restore original, non-Catholic (I'm anti-Catholic) Christianity. Is any of this normal? Just asking.