I'm reading a novel and I'm wondering what どれも means in this context --
For context; 椿台 is a place in the afterlife in this story, 現世 is the transient world referring to Earth/life on Earth.
どれも, according to my dictionary can mean any/every/both/either/all or it can even mean none.
So what I don't understand is, is it saying: (and this is based on my best guess at a translation, I have a feeling I may have gotten some things wrong)
The people that live here have built many temples dedicated to worshipping gods and Buddahs in their lifetime but none have brought over beliefs from the transient world.
Or is it saying:
The people that live here have built many temples dedicated to worshipping gods and Buddahs in their lifetime but still have brought over every belief from the transient world.
Or something else completely?
I would really love to know what the author has written here so your help is much appreciated, thank you!