How Can I Join The Religion, Jashin? What Do I Need?What Are The Rules?


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Anonymous answered
Anyone who is interested in the real Jashin, come and join us. We are a Jashinist community that has just begun its formation and are welcoming one and all to our Circle. We do not want nor accept people who are only interested in the religion because of the anime naruto or for how it is depicted in naruto. If you are looking for the anarchist, evil society who's only goal is to bring harm to others, then you won't find that with us. We are a real community, not a fan society so please do not brink your fandom to us. Anyone who is interested should at least check out out site., any donations to us are more than welcome. We need all the money we can get to pay for our own web domain in the future, establish our temple, publish our bible and give the pendant of jashin to all those who want them. If you would like to join us, your donations would be much appreciated however we do not require them.

Thank you,

Rin of the Jashin Circle
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Shane Filomena answered
( For those that do not Know, Ill Expand the Answer)
Jashin is a god that encourages destruction and self-desires. But does not encourage sexual acts.

It's a religion that worships a deity of the same name. The primary
teaching of this faith appears to be outright slaughter, where anything
less than utter destruction is considered a sin.

The acts described of ritual magicks by the main character Hidan can
not be performed by Mortals being as it often requires  Ritual
enactments of killing the opponent  which sometimes included piercing
yourself in the heart as a ritual act replicating the kill of an enemy.

He (Hidan) draws Jashin's symbol in the ground in his own blood and stands
in the center. This symbol is an equilateral circumscribed triangle (an
upside down triangle with a circle around it). Once his sacrificial
ritual takes place, the victim can be considered dead unless Hidan
either steps or is forced out of the circle. Any kind of pain that
Hidan inflicts upon himself is inflicted upon his sacrifice, be it a
mere scratch or a pierce in the heart. This is called "Curse Technique: Death Controlling Possessed Blood"(This technique is Hidan's primary method of killing his opponents in the way of the Jashin religion.
First, Hidan makes every effort to draw blood from his opponent
and consume it. After that, his skin turns black with white markings
representing a skeleton, a symbol of absolute death. He then draws
Jashin's symbol on the ground in blood and stands in the center. This
serves as the link between him and his victim.
Once his sacrificial ritual takes place, the victim is linked
with Hidan until he either steps or is forced out of the circle. Any
kind of injury that Hidan inflicts upon himself (or the injury they
inflicted on him) is inflicted upon his target, be it a mere scratch to
a pierce in the heart. If Hidan is forced to step out of the circle,
the link is broken and the victim is set free, but all Hidan has to do
is to step back into the circle to reactivate the link. Basically, this
technique makes Hidan a living voodoo doll.
Hidan's immortality is due to the "successful experiment of the
Jashin religion's secret jutsu", so he can fatally torture his
opponents in any way he desires without killing himself, and he clearly
enjoys the pain on himself as well.)Hidan is the "successful experiment of the Jashin religion's
secret jutsu", which makes him become immortal. He uses this advantage
to otherwise fatally injure himself while he is linked to his opponent
in order to kill them. If he goes without killing people for a certain
amount of time, he loses his immortality.
From Current Information there is no actual organized religion in America for Jashin.As stated above, most of the religion centers on ritual magicks of a Warrior, failure to exact a kill equals the disfavor of the God Jashin: If there had been attempts to mount this religion, I am certian that Failures would drive the popularity down for its membership.However, I do believe that it is Legal in America to begin a Jashin religion, taking available information and the Inspiration of your God to fill in the missing pieces.Just be certain not to actually kill anybody without a permit or restrict your members to ritual acts only.
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Rain commented
Thank you.I acually know a few Jashinists, so I wanted to know more, expecially cause I'm a bit afraid that the Jashinists I know are gunna hurt me.And my friend and I are hoping to become Jashinists, but we wanted to know more first.By the way, is some places across the world the religion Jashin is becoming popular.It seems like that they are more Jashinists everyday...
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Kiana Harrison commented
Thank you! I am new to this religion and I just got the necklace for it!
Anonymous commented
-.-' Actually this is not really how the whole thing goes... Hidan is not a Jashinist he is just an anime character made by Kishimoto. Real Jashinist don't harm anyone, it's actually the exact opossite the religion is based on getting to know the pain of others and we are not suppossed to sacrifice anyone, this is just made up from Naruto fans. Also there is a choice you can either become a pure Jashinist ( simply praying to him) or a bloodbound (sacrifising to him your OWN blood) NOT others...
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Anonymous answered
I am a jashinest. You must be willing to spill yours or others blood mainly others you must  really worship him
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Anonymous commented
I've looked into the Jashin faith. I've also looked around for a group that is serious about it. So far not much luck. Many say they do these killings and rituals. But really not many of them do. I get that some are probably serious and sacrafice people. But really if you look at the ending result it isn't good. Since Jashin worshipers have pain=pleasure in their heads. Then the heaven for them would be like hell in the other religions. Bottom line Jashin is no threat to me or you.
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Anonymous answered
The rules you stated are true but these need to be simpler and the ritual needs to be quicker to avid being caught. I'm a  jashinest and it become a problem very often
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Anonymous answered
I've looked into the Jashin religion. I've also tried to find a real group, but so far no luck. Most of the people probably don't do the whole killing and ritual thing on people. I'll admit some may actually go around killing people. Also, I'm looking for a religion and I was thinking about the ending result of them and Jashin's ending seems to be like other religions hell. You see they have Pain=Pleasure and that's great, but if that's the case then Heaven for a Jashin-ist would be endless pain that you can't escape. Thanks!
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Anonymous answered
I think I want to move to that jashinist circle place when I thrn 18 I have a long 5 years ahead of me

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