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Weirdest religions of all time part 2

The weirdest religions of all time part 2
The second part of the weirdest religions of all time. If you read this one first it
will make less sense so I suggest you read the first comp. Link in description.
4. Church of All Worlds
Founded in 1962 by Oberon and Morning Glory , The Church of All Worlds is
based on the fictional religion of the same name that Robert A. Heinlein created in his famous scipii
novel, Stranger in a Strange Land. In addition to worshipping various pagan and ancient Greek
deities, the Church believes in faeries and recently founded The Grey School of Wizardry, inspired
by the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Who wants to join?
3. Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (Pastafarianism)
Another parody religion, The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM),
whose followers are referred to as Pastafarians, chooses to "believe" that the world
was created by a deity known as the Flying Spaghetti Monster. A response to the
teaching of Creationism and Intelligent Design in our public schools, the idea
behind FSM is that if one religion can be taught in schools, why not all religions, no
matter how ridiculous? Pastafarians are generally thought to be the coolest people
in the world.
2. The Church of the Subgenius
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Just because the Church of the Subgenius is a parody religion, that doesn' t make it any less real.
According to Subgenius tenets, the Church was founded in the by J. R. J. R. "Bob" Dobbs,
the "world' s greatest salesman." The primary belief of Subgenre is the pursuit of Slack, which is
exactly what it sounds like: freedom, independence and original thinking. Not surprisingly, The
Church of the Subgenius is extremely popular with college kids.
1. I egoism
Yes, real people living on planet Earth have founded a religion/ way of life based on Star Wars.
Jediism incorporates the fictional teachings of the Jedi, believing that The Force is a very real
power in the universe. Unfortunately, not everyone loves the Jedi: In 2008, two members of the
Church of Jediism were attacked outside their home by a drunken man dressed as Darth Vader.
Oh yes, and ordained Jediism Ministers can marry people. No joke.
So which ones would you join?
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