Jorune did not offer a pantheon of Gods, nor a thinly disguised Terran religion appearing unchanged over 3,500 years. There was no automatic assumption of religious organization or conflict, but there were suggestions of a deep spiritual life – of a respect for what they know to be true without justification and privilege of a priesthood or sacred class.
There is a type of Christianity. The Mundells, who teach that Jorune is God's punishment for leaving earth, but there is no mention of a surviving book to justify other beliefs for activities.
|Shanthat at a Cle Eshta|
|David Ackerman's Crugar|
Thriddle seem to have a paranoid worship of information in any form. They document, archive, hire querrids to do field work they do not want (or are too afraid) to do. They know the true history of Jorune going back to the Lamorri invasion. They live in the old Lamorri base that is the Mountain Crown in the middle of massive collection of artifacts as a closed museum, and issue thousands of reports, many in readable languages in scroll or book format. But it is not clear if that works into a belief system we would call "spiritual". Or maybe we do not yet appreciate the nature of their alien social construct. We have recently learned that Thriddle are not an homogeneous mass - there are lumps in the gravy. Factions vie for power, or to maintain secrets, from each other, but definitely from the other intelligent races that have grown into a savage competition for control of the planet.
Ramian seem to find what we would consider a religious satisfaction of being the last one standing after combat with an intelligent race or a beast. Sometimes with each other. The last one alive seems to be of great importance to them and is the closest we can come to a Ramian spiritual belief. So far.
Thivin have only been known on Jorune for a short while and their belief appears to be simple. Work. Work much. Work hard. Work good. Breed. Work more. Get paid. Work more. A Thivin who daydreams is rear, but should get some attention. What happens when master weapon smiths come up with a new idea? And is that spiritual?
Tologra are the most recently revealed race and we know almost nothing of their society or thought. Maybe a Querrid will report back from Sharden. Soon. I'm sure are already Querrid's on assignment in that distant land.
Cleash. And their chemically enslaved Scarmis. And the non-enslaved free Scarmis. We cannot even describe how they think, much less their thoughts on metaphysical concepts or realities. And it would most likely not be a comforting thing to understand. Maybe.
It is a the shallow imitation of Earth based belief systems that has been the dragging anchor of many other world settings. It isn't a thinly disguised soap box from which to preach a poorly conceal prostletization of all-too-familiar contemporary schools of religious thought.
It is a nice Rorschadt of open spaces where the reader and player can insert their own thoughts and call them "Jorune".
Which is another reason I go back to my favorite Jorune as often as I can.
And I have made my own Jorune to return to.