Belief-tribe

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A belief-tribe is any group of people who follow a common belief system and hold a set of fixed beliefs. The group need not be formally affiliated in any way, and typically are not an actual tribe in the sense of a pre-state society.

Members of a belief-tribe will often signal their membership by the use of certain unusual words or phrasings, following certain customs, and (of course) promoting the tribe's beliefs in public venues whenever given the opportunity.

There are several major types of belief-tribe common in today's global meta-society:

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