There's no structure laid out in the description and both me rebutting in this Round or not doing so could be seen as unfair on Pro. I will choose not to do so. Instead, I will point out some fundamental flaws in the nature of BoP in this debate and run a creative case whereby I believe I shall win due to both my religion being more believable than Pro's and at the same time Pro's violating the 'not resembling religions' more so than me.
BoP in this debate (as per the description) is a rather self-contradictory trap, which I knowingly agreed to when accepting.
We are asked to present to you a religion that is more believable than the opponent's, in one aspect of the BoP, yet the other side of the stated BoP is to be the side that least resembled any established religion at all that could lead to it being disqualified as truly 'fictitious'.
How can I present to you a believable religion, that is securely more believable than my opponent's and then establish it as definitely fictitious such as to win this battle? Even I don't know how but I don't care because all I have to do, as the second debater here, is construct a religion that is both more believable and yet less resembles any real religion in comparison with Pro's (a privilege Pro can't remotely negate in a 2-Round debate). If I fail this, I really screwed up, if I win, I merely played my position as well as it inevitably would be by a proficient strategist here.
followers: Simply called Seloo-Shaman or alertnatively dubbed Seloora
That is the name of my religion, which is linked to the name of the primary organisation of demigods within it; the Seloo. Why the 'rem'? Nothing to do with this song,
I assure you, it's just a way to end it off and my religion is much more linked to words like 'problem' 'anthem' etc than the typical idea like '-ity' or 'ism' since what you will discover is my religion sees itself as merely a thing that results from other actions.
The Seloo are the 'alpha' alien/demigod organisation way beyond this realm that we call our universe. They aren't physiological aliens as you and I know them, they're outside this simulation entirely. I know, I know, you're going to accuse me of either copying The Matrix or Star Trek here, please bear with me, I copied nothing. Unfortunately, I think my religion does slightly resemble Hinduism but it's virtually impossible to not resemble anything at all, for instance Pro's resembles values in Confucianism and Buddhism with elements even of Islam in it to do with how are supposed to endure hardships without complaining (stoicism is the overall concept). I'll go more into how Pro's religion represents real religions in Round 2, since it depends what he accuses me of copying in terms of how harsh or lenient I should declare 'copying'.
The Seloo consist of a group of 7 demigods though it is possible instead of 7 individuals it is 7 pairs or even groups. The Seloo have no set form, so this ambiguity isn't an issue for the followers of the religion.
Unlike most religions, each 'element' involved in the mix tends to have two components, not just one.
The Seloo (singular also 'Seloo'):
Spoora - Goddess of creativity and chaos
Keera - God of fury and destruction
Borem - God of patience and caution
Smoogel - God of secrecy and deception
Primrohsahlee - Goddess of complexity and depth
Aathyloo (aath-igh-loo not ah-thee-loo)) - Goddess of knowledge and intellect
Qveroo (not typo, Qv not Qu) - Genderqueer God of adaptability and balance
These 7 Seloo were the original 7 people of our reality (or groups of people, it is not known if each god and goddess is merely a masculine and feminine energy type that is in fact a group of demigods). They had no why to their creation beyond that it seems to be axiomatic that they'd inevitably all be needed to balance one another out (as Qveroo would agree and is seen as the leader among the group though they're all equally powerful).
Qveroo is possibly the first created or the last, it's not known or important, the force beyond them is an unnamed, untouchable force. It is not the 'god' as we know it, it doesn't hear you or care about your affairs, only the Seloo do. It is the Seloo that you ultimately pray to.
Each of the 7 has their own agenda with what reality is supposed to resemble and be like and it tends to be that in heated disputes that Qveroo has to settle them down, it is part of why the Seloo' got their name, Keerah wasn't happy about it but in fact he was the cause of the original dispute as he kept destroying everything they came up with. While they can't directly hurt or 'punish' each other, each of the Seloo crave the unity of the other 6 with them as some innate, inbuilt need so even Keerah needs them and their rejection makes him weak, which is irritating (they don't have emotions as us mortals have, they're hormone-less but they do experience dissatisfaction on a spiritual level).
They are predicted to have many underlings, demigods and sub-factions serving each Seloo but all that's known or ultimately matters character-wise is those 7.
They do kind of have 'forms' as depicted by some artists who believed in the religion as it evolved but it is well known that they are beyond the physical realm entirely, though Spoora probably is the most appreciative of the depictions and is most certainly envious of us mortals for having a physical form to be vain about and dress up.
The moral code of the follower of Seloorem is not a strict set of rules but just as Qveroo is in some ways the unofficial leader of the pack, there is an emphasis on balance and appreciating the many aspects of life and people. It is extremely immoral in Seloorem to censor and oppose those that are simply strange and offputting, instead those who directly are a danger to the further balance and serenity of each individual being their weird self is worth censoring and controlling.
To stand in the way of individualistic expression is very against Seloorem whilst being evil in a very individualistic, fascinating way is not inherently against it though it is condemned by most followers of it and has been throughout history. Most warmongerers of history like Genghis Khan through to Bonaparte through to Hitler could be seen as actually supporting the religion though you must remember Borem when analysing how genuine a follower of it is.
You see, a genuine, thoroughbred shaman/guru/monk of the religion (they don't care what term you use, the females prefer shaman or Seloora though) will aim to consistently represent all seven at all times in some way. Lacking in any one of the seven aspects and denying its necessity to reality is a grave error in the religion and they believe reality itself has proven that many times. This religion has Borem and Qveroo which allude to a peaceful side to the religion but none of the Seloo directly value peace itself, instead among even the Seloo themselves, peace is simply a result of equal powers keeping each other team (especially in the case of Keera). This doesn't mean diplomacy is negated, Selooras seek to be very diplomatic indeed until it's disallowed for them to be and remain true to being pro-individuality.
Let's say you have a scenario on a small-scale where someone you know is being mistreated at work/school. You should approach it in a way that lacks none of the seven. There's no Seloo that represents courage itself just as there is no god of cowardice (Borem is not a coward, when the time comes for him to fight he is very ready to, it was actually primarily Borem who stopped our world being ended each and every time our species proved to be nothing much more than a parasite to the planet, votes on annihilating a creation need to be unanimous, Borem voted against it ever since our planet began because he saw the potential in it and us humans and no reason to stop this project).
Borem is in fact possibly the most terrifying of the Seloo to truly aggravate, for when Borem has seen something as wrong, he will not say it at first, he will wait, he will watch and will help it go worse bit by bit until everyone agrees there's a problem with the situation. Borem and Smoogel are good friends actually, there are indeed 'pairings' or friendships among them.
You do get some who prefer one faction/Seloo (remember, there's no consensus on if the Seloo are individuals or groups of merged consciousness in 7 factions) over the rest but generally even they tend to appreciate 2. Keera is in fact ironically a significant ally of Qveroo, despite it having been Qveroo who, after Borem, forced Keera to settle down in his earlier days (when they began Keera destroyed everything nonstop, it was infuriating and he loved that spreading of fury amongst the Seloo, though their version of anger is less 'intense' than ours it is definitely there and experienced (they don't have the hormones or body to experience anger as we know and feel it).
During the colonisation of both Christian and Islamic nations history books got rewritten and due to Smoogel's philosophy and teachings of his sect within the religion, as well as Qveroo's, the followers agreed to completely deny the religion ever existed. They invented other names for it, merging with Hindus in India and begging the Seloo who cared to help them survive and avoid persecution any further and they did. They wiped the memory even of most of the believers of the original name of their religion, which took a lot of teamwork between them, Spoora was in charge of the recreating of false memories and names and led to many Paganist variations of it, from Wicca to Hinduism to Jainism to Taoism all of which have elements of it (and more of course). It's plausible they even wiped out ancient drawings/carvings and writings linked to it but that's for you to figure out. The Seloo are very willing to oblige reasonable prayers of extraordinary power-requirement and very reluctant to oblige prayers that are deemed not really focusing on what the seven stand for.
I practise Seloorem everyday and will deny I do by the end of this debate, as that's required to win it and abides by several of the Seloo's teachings.
You may ask what we are then, our world, our reality, it's just one of may experiments of theirs, a fun experiment, they're trapped in a hell of their own and need us to cure their boredom. If we are reborn it may be in another reality of an alternate 'redo of these events' but those are seldom done and only when significant dispute between the 7 can't be resolved, especially if even Qveroo can't find a win-win scenario.