I find the OP very interesting. I relate to your perspective of the universe, but I feel no need to classify my beliefs. I've always been curious why most people always need to find a group to relate to, like in politics and most importantly religion. For instance, my views on "religion" are very complicated and incorporate many different types of beliefs that most people who claim a religion would call contradictory. I feel that the universe is so complex, that the chances of one religion containing fully correct beliefs is just impossible. The only way to arrive closer to a full understanding is to put the puzzle together yourself. Of course, I feel that all the understanding of the universe comes from within and is deeply tied to quantum physics.
Anyways I think that much can be learned from one of the earliest human religions: Zoroastrianism, along with Buddhism and Taoism. And stay open to the possibility that early humans were not conscious of consciousness like we are today and much of what inspired their actions and beliefs was simply hallucinations from within, probably rooted in the right hemispheric specific collective unconscious. There is tons and tons of proof for this theory of the mind, but it has been pushed aside out of fear from religious fanatics (especially those with a vested interest in it, if you know what I mean)
Is the need to associate with a religious group an Fe thing? Like feeling the need to fit into a social system? While Te only seeks truth even if the entire world disagrees with you?