The Internet Sacred Text Archive
You should also check out my mythology page as well, it has some helpful resources as well.
Here's a page I found about Native American religion I found that's helpful -> Summary of Native American Religion
This is something I compiled last year as a brief introduction to history fallowing the Big History Model. A brief history of Earth.
Here is a link to the a Shamanic Healer in our area Roy Hamilton
Here are my notes for the first two classes. ->Class 1&2 notes
I'm a big fan of documentaries, it's a way to learn a great deal in a short amount of time. with that in mind, I will be putting up some of them here
And this is a much better explanation of the Ghost Dance
The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk
Here's a link to the God in America Series
God in America
Here's a link to the Jefferson Bible
I had to do a lot of research on Indian Religion last semester in World History I, you should go check out that section.
Here is a link to the index of the Rig Veda, which is one of the oldest Vedas.
I once met a man who was from the ISKCON community in Mississippi who said that western science was finally catching up with eastern understanding. He said that the OM was a singular vibration that started the world and the that the westerns called it the Big Bang.
I mentioned a theory in class, first established several generations ago, about the origins of the Judeo-Christian religions and the cult of Aton in Egypt. Here's what Sigmund Freud had to say about it. Freud actually wrote a whole book on the idea you can read it by clicking this link.
Here's what GodChecker.com has to say about Aton.
When I was kid in the Catholic Church we learned about several books that are not included in the protestant bible, namely:
The Book of Wisdom
Sirach (also called Ecclesiaticus)
Seven chapters in the book of Esther
Two chapters and a prayer in the book of Daniel
these are known as the Catholic Apocrypha. There are many other Apocrypha book though, here's a graphic: