Religion Progression

Religion Progression   1. Animism (belief in a perceived spirit world) passably by at least 100,000 years ago “the primal stage of early religion”   2. Totemism (belief that these perceived spirits could be managed with created physical expressions) passably by at least 50,000 years ago “progressed stage of early religion”   3. Shamanism (belief that some special person can commune with these perceived spirits on the behalf of others by way rituals) passably by at least 30,000 years ago   4. Paganism “Early organized religion” (passably by at least 13,000 to 5,000 years ago):   *primal stage of organized religion is 13,000 years ago.   *proto stage of organized religion is around 10,000 years ago.   *progressed stage of organized religion is around 7,000 years ago.   *developed stage of organized religion is around 5,000 years ago.   Therefore, let me sum it all up from its earliest beginnings:   *Primal superstition starts around 1 million years ago with. Then the development of religion increased around 600,000 years ago with proto superstition and then even to a greater extent around 300,000 years ago with progressed superstition.   Around 100,000 years ago, is the primal stage of early religion, the proto stage of early religion is around 75,000 years ago, or less, the progressed stage of early religion is around 50,000 years ago and finally after 13,500 years ago, begins with the evolution of organized religion. The set of stages for the development of organized religion is subdivided into the following: the primal stage of organized religion is 13,000 years ago, the proto stage of organized religion is around 10,000...

What is early monotheism, are Atenism and Zoroastrianism totally monotheistic?

What is early monotheism, are Atenism and Zoroastrianism totally monotheistic, what system of belief where they really?   Atenism:   Amenhotep IV later changing his name, Akhetaten formed Atenism, or the Amarna heresy often claimed as the first monotheism was a form of Monolatrism or monolatry as he did not actively deny the existence of other gods; he simply refrained from worshipping any but the Aten which distinguish it from full monotheism, which asserts the existence of only one god, as well as from henotheism, a religious system in which the believer worships one god alone without denying that others may worship different gods with equal validity.   Zoroastrianism:   Zoroastrianism often claimed as a strict monotheism was and wasn’t as well, with a single supreme god, Ahura Mazda. More rightly should be referred to as a dualism. The term Ahura Mazda, as well as the separate terms Ahura and Mazda, the word Ahura has a masculine gender while Mazda is feminine, each appear several times in the Zoroastrianism sacred weightings which were composed by Zarathushtra (Zoroaster). Zoroaster uses the term Mazda 164 times, Ahura 131 times, Mazda Ahura 50 times and Ahura Mazda 8...