Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are superstitions.  Buddhism is if full of superstition.  African diasporic religions that involve ancestor veneration and  divine spirits are based on superstitions.   The main religions of India; Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism,  and Buddhism depend on blind beliefs and superstitions for its existence.  Please, if any body can tell me, what religions are not superstitions?

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"Are all religions superstitions?" To me that's like "Is the pope catholic?"

I always figured that "religion" and "superstition" were somewhat synonymous.  Well, you can have superstition without religion (don't break mirrors, don't split poles, etc.) but I don't think you can have religion without superstition.  I guess it's more a parasitic relationship rather than symbiotic.

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