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First time here? Have no fear. This is your one stop shop for highlights, entry pages, and good places to start. What will follow in this area will help you to navigate our site. Our intention here is to provide a good entry point to our Temple and guide you to the next step on your path through the Temple of the Jedi Force.

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Start Here! : Welcome to the Temple of the Jedi Force
Posted by AceVenom on 2015/5/21 19:50:00 (6648 reads)

Welcome new members and visitors to our web site.

In this site there are forums to discuss numerous topics and ideas with other members of the Temple. Members are given access to more forum topics than that of a visitor. Visitors can see most of the basic items, but to see more registration is necessary.

First step:

Visitors can spend time looking at the FAQ's or Frequently Asked Questions, Links, Planet, News and Articles, our Doctrine and Basic Message Boards. All of these are accessible via the links listed on the community menu on the left of the page.

Second step:

If you chose to be a member, all you need to do is register for the site. Please let one of the Masters know if this gives you any difficulty, or submit a help ticket (also in the community menu).

Third step:

If you choose to start the path of a Jedi, there are more Message Boards which become available as well as Study Downloads to begin the path of the Way of the Jedi and to help explain how Temple of the Jedi Force practices and teaches Jediism. You will want to start by making an introduction post in the Jedi Initiate Resources area and request to become an initiate. One of the Masters will review your request, update your membership status, and give you your next set of instructions.

While you wait to have your membership upgraded to initiate, please familiarize yourself with our doctrine by reviewing our Temple Doctrine.

Fourth step:

Once your membership has been updated to initiate, please create a training journal by posting in the Jedi Training Journals area of our forums. In your training journal your first post should be to re-introduce yourself, tell us what brought you to our temple, what you hope to learn here, and why you want to become a Jedi.

To complete the Initiate's requirements for Apprenticeship, you will need to complete the following:

Meditating on and describe, in a line-by line analysis format, The Jedi code, The Jedi creed, The 3 Primary Tenants of Jediism, The 16 Teachings of the Jedi, and The 13 Vows of the Jedi.

In this analysis, please include your current understanding of the line being analyzed and, if you wish to go the extra mile, how you can/are work(ing) to implement this understanding in your day-to-day life. Please be as elaborate and as thorough as possible, relating any experiences that you have had with them. Please pace yourself with these works, and remember that this is not a race. This is about the journey, and not the destination. This is how you will come to know us, and how we will come to know you. You are not under any deadline to complete this aspect of your journal.

Also, please take some time to consider and answer the following questions: Who are you, and how did you find this Temple? Why do want to become a Jedi? What brought you to this conclusion? If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

Namaste, and again Welcome to the Temple of the Jedi Force!

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Start Here! : Temple Leaders and Staff - Contacts
Posted by Kyp_Durron on 2014/12/9 4:10:00 (5169 reads)

Greetings to all new members and visitors to our Temple. If you have any administrative questions regarding the Temple of the Jedi Force, please send a private message (PM) to any of the Council Members listed below via the link from the Community menu or by clicking on their name in any of their forum posts. Any other concerns may be addressed to any of the Masters, who will be sure to pass on your message to where it needs to go.

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Start Here! : Jedi Training Syllabus
Posted by Kyp_Durron on 2014/7/30 21:30:00 (7311 reads)

~Jedi Training Syllabus~
*Updated 7-30-2014

That which follows is the official rank and training guide for all Jedi within the Temple of the Jedi Force. This Syllabus outlines our rank structure as well as the minimum topics and assignments that all Jedi must complete in order to progress within the ranks of our Temple.

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Start Here! : Code of Conduct
Posted by tempest on 2011/10/16 6:30:00 (3197 reads)

Temple Code of Conduct

1. Do conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times.

We support forum members engaging in constructive debate, disagreeing with the opinions of others, or requesting further information or even the citation of references. We do, however, expect this to be done in a respectful manner and without personal attacks. If you do not agree with somebody's post, argue with the post's content, not with the person whomade it.

2. Do not troll our forums.

Posting with the specific intent of stirring up trouble or inciting disruption will not be tolerated.

3. Do not post inappropriate content.

We will not tolerate messages or photos containing such things as sexually explicit (or pornographic), obscene, vulgar, hateful, threatening or illegal content. This includes your avatar, signature, and all other content you are sharing with our site.

4. Do not attack other members.

The posting of negative remarks based on age, race, weight, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation is not appropriate.

5. Do not take it upon yourself to moderate our forum.

Allow our moderators to do all the moderating of the forum. It is not your job to outline the rules to other members, admonish them, or discuss their behavior even when they are acting inappropriately. If you have an issue, please send a private message to one of our moderators or to the administrator of the site.

6. Do not be offended by moderator actions.

It is not uncommon for members participating in the forum to have a moderator make a suggestion, discuss behavior, or attempt to steer a topic. Please try not to be offended by such moderation: it is not an attack. Please be considerate of the fact that we try to stay on-topic and keep a consistent culture for our site.

7. Do not debate or argue against moderator actions.

It is inappropriate for you to debate or argue with a moderator's actions. If you would like to discuss such actions or get further clarification on the matter, you must do so by messaging the moderating privately. Do not clutter the public forum with arguments or disagreements. Doing so will result in administrative action.

8. Do not make multiple accounts.

Each person is allowed only a single account. Any attempt to make multiple accounts will result in the new ones being deleted. Any member making additional accounts with the purpose to act inappropriately or bypass administrative actions will result in a permanent ban.



9. Try to stay on-topic at all times.

Try not to drift off-topic with a topic's conversation. Please don't join in with off-topic discussion even if others are. Instead, try starting a new topic and linking to it. Off-topic posts may get deleted or split from their originating topic.

10. Post similar questions together.

If you have several questions that are related, it's better to ask them all in the one topic rather than to create additional topics for each one. Make use of the edit feature in your post to add more information.

11. Try to avoid duplicating topics already discussed.

Use the forum's search function to check if the topic you wish to post exists in the forum already. It's very possible that a similar discussion has already taken place.

12. Use short, concise titles for your topics.

When posting a new topic, it's a good idea to use a short, yet informative title, so other members can quickly ascertain its subject matter

13. Try not to double post.

If you post additional identical replies/posts by mistake, please delete the duplicate replies by clicking the delete button found at the top of your duplicate post. Where you need to add more information on to your original reply, click edit at the top of your post and add more to it, instead of clicking reply and creating two replies.

14. Do not cross-post in multiple forums or multiple topics.

Please do not cross-post the same topic to multiple forums or the same message to multiple topics. Post only in the most appropriate and on-topic place.

15. Do your best to format your posts for easy readability.

Please format your posts and your topic subjects so that they are presented professionally and in a polished manner. Use appropriate punctuation and capitalization, proper capitalization, and avoid excessively using font styling such as bold, italics, and color. Typing in ALL-CAPS or all-bold is considered bad Internet etiquette, is difficult to read, and is considered shouting.

16. Please limit your posts to the English language.

We are an English language site and all contributions are to be posted in English so that the large majority of our audience is able to enjoy them. Posts in other languages are difficult for the moderators to monitor. We, unfortunately, do not have the resources to be able to adequately cover other languages.

17. Do not use the private message system for critical messages.

Critically important messages, confidential information, or details of a fragile or timely nature should not be transmitted to another member using the private message system. We can not be responsible for the loss of important messages or the potential of site-wide downtime leading to the unavailability of the system.

18. Do not abuse the right to advertise.

Vendors, makers, and manufacturers are asked to limit their advertisements, announcements, and other marketing information to our "Makers and Manufacturers Talk" forum. To be allowed to post new topics to this forum, you must be a member of our Industry Professionals usergroup. Blatantly using the other forums for the purpose of marketing and advertisement is not acceptable.

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Start Here! : Privacy Policy
Posted by admin on 2007/11/2 9:20:00 (18455 reads)

Privacy Policy


You should have no expectation of privacy on this web site.

Have no expectation of total privacy here. No communications on this site, including Private Messages sent from one member to another, chat conversations, even forum posts that are meant to be out of public view, are totally safeguarded.

The Council of the Temple of the Jedi Force makes every effort to provide the highest level of privacy and security possible, but, we make no promises or guarantees regarding privacy on this site, in our email communications, or in any interactions at all.

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