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Offline Baruch (OP)

The scriptures of Kek are really short, because the worshippers of Kek have really short attention spans ;-)

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ܬܥ ܬܘܘ ܪܘܟܥܣ

ܬܘܘ ܫܐܠܛ ܕܘ ܡܘܢܘܟܥܟܝܣܡ
ܬܘܘ ܫܐܠܛ ܢܘܛ ܕܘ ܦܘܠܝܕܐܕܐܝܣܡ
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Offline aitm

Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2017, 09:31:31 PM »
hmmm, a regular "fill in the blank" style. Very similar to judaism, xianity and akbar whack-a-doo. The mere difference is that their followers dismiss the common use of language and suggests that it "means something else"....."else" being anything that is not what science just disproved. So this is why there is so much dispute of what verses actually say, the meaning is bent to meet the curvature of the babe eating it.
A humans desire to live is exceeded only by their willingness to die for another. Even god cannot equal this magnificent sacrifice. No god has the right to judge them.-first tenant of the Panotheust

Offline Baruch (OP)

Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2017, 11:50:10 PM »
hmmm, a regular "fill in the blank" style. Very similar to judaism, xianity and akbar whack-a-doo. The mere difference is that their followers dismiss the common use of language and suggests that it "means something else"....."else" being anything that is not what science just disproved. So this is why there is so much dispute of what verses actually say, the meaning is bent to meet the curvature of the babe eating it.

Like the Joker saying "Why so serious?"  Is it true that atheists are autists, but aren't true Keks, because they don't have a sense of humor?  Kind of like that whole Kuzari/Jewish controversy?  Atheists have been losing the meme wars for about 5000 years now.

So who is Cuckistan and who is Normistan today?  The two halves of Canada?

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ܐܠܠ ܗܐܝܠ ܦܥܦܥ ܬܥ ܘܢܥ ܛܪܘܥ ܦܪܘܦܝܬ
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Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2017, 08:16:50 PM »
The scriptures of Kek are really short, because the worshippers of Kek have really short attention spans ;-)

I think that looks a lot like what glossolalia looks like when written down, like this:


God Not Found
“Money supplants skill; it's possession allows us to become happily stupid.”
Bill McKibben, The Age of Missing Information

Offline Baruch (OP)

Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #4 on: June 05, 2017, 10:20:02 PM »
Written glossolalia is ... automatic writing.  What Muhammad practiced was automatic speaking.  But not glossolalia per se, because that is in an unknown private language.  This is all explained in detail, in The Didache, a very early Christian writing, when the early Church hadn't banned charismatics yet.  But charismatics were controlled, because they were dangerous.  Think of the character of Jesus as a charismatic Jew, like a Hasidim of the 1700s, but Hellenistic, not Semitic.

There will be further lessons in Kekism, the one true faith.
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Offline Baruch (OP)

Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #5 on: June 10, 2017, 10:26:14 AM »
ܳWeekly quotes from the sermons of Pepe ...

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ܘܦ ܬܥ ܟܓܒ
ܒܝ ܬܥ ܟܓܒ
ܦܘܪ ܬܥ ܟܓܒ

and ...

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ܛܐܟܥ ܬܥ ܓܥܣܐܦܘ ܦܝܠܠ
ܘܪ ܬܥ ܟܓܒ  ܦܝܠܠ

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Offline Baruch (OP)

Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #6 on: June 18, 2017, 12:23:42 PM »
Weekly quotes from the sermons of Pepe ...

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ܦܥܦܥ ܛܘ ܬܥ ܢܘܪܡܝ ܦܘܗܪܥܪ
ܠܖܛ ܡܝ ܡܥܡܥܣ ܓܘ
ܗܝ ܕܥܕ ܢܘܛ ܣܘ
ܐܠܠ ܬܥ ܡܣܡ ܕܝܥܕ
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Offline Cavebear

Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #7 on: June 20, 2017, 04:49:05 AM »
I think that looks a lot like what glossolalia looks like when written down, like this:


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I wrote some stuff like that while trying to write a letter while coughing badly.  It is a beautiful language.  I hope to be able to read it some day...  ;)
Atheist born, atheist bred.  And when I die, atheist dead!  b 1950

Offline Baruch (OP)

Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #8 on: June 25, 2017, 02:23:06 PM »
Weekly quotes from the sermons of Pepe ...

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ܬܥܪܥ ܝܣ ܢܘ ܦܪܥܥ ܠܘܢܚ
ܢܘ ܦܐܝܢ ܢܘ ܓܐܝܢ
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Offline Baruch (OP)

Re: Making fun of Abrahamic religions and contemporary politics
« Reply #9 on: July 21, 2017, 05:48:34 AM »
How did Humans get here?

http://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/2014-09-10

Pretty much, this comic discusses and explains all that we discuss here!  But not for children!!
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