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Ancient Egypt evidence

Published August 23rd, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

Pastafarian Daniel discovered this 5000 year old drawing of our Lord.



24 Responses to “Ancient Egypt evidence”

  1. ATSAP REVOL says:

    David C. (#1)
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    This illuminated illustration is from page 743 of the “Necronomicon.” The caption beneath the illustration is as follows: “Ph’nglui’ mglw’nafh C’thulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn.”
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    This may be freely translated as “O, Mighty C’thulhu, hallowed be Thy name. Blessed Thou art, and blessed is the name of Thy Holy Son of virgin birth, The Flying Spaghetti Monster.” There was more written in bleistift, but it had been vandalized and made illegible by tomb raiders wielding an art-gum eraser.
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    This is the first recorded connection between Mighty C’thulhu as Parent and the FSM as Son by a virgin birth.
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    Prof. ATSAP REVOL, Egyptologist and Devout Pastafarian

  2. Doctor of Pastdivinity says:

    Pastafarianism and Atenism are closely related. It seems that Pastafarianism in pre-dynastic Egypt (5000 BBH) was fully spread. However the unification of Lower and Upper Egypt bring an end to piracy in the Nile and concomitantly Sahara desertification. Pastafarianism was corrupted by Amen-Ra, but it was Atenism (3338 BBH) who borrowed Our Noodly image and suplanted to promote an intolerant attack against Amenism. Amenism, BTW, sacked off Atenism and promoted an intolerant attack both against Atenism and Pastafarianism. The Amarna letters show also how some Habiru tribes tried to concoct the monotheism concept from Pastafarianism to promote an insanely patriarchal, ethnocentric cult. Fortunately enough, now Pastafarianism is growing in Egypt and in all Mediterranean countries (it is the fast growing major religion in the region).

  3. StJason says:

    @Mike Hummis Blue: Obviously, sarcasm doesn’t exist even in our modern, enlightened times…

    (Dons archaeology geek hat)
    This is one of the temple paintings from the complex at Armana. The Pharaoh Akenaten, in an attempt to break the power of the priesthood, declared the old Gods wrong, and said he had a vision of the true God, Aten, the sun-disk. He built a complex far to the south, and was largely successful for his reign. When he died, it passed on to his still-child son, Tutankhaten, and his mother/regient Nefertiti. Unfortunately, the priests were waiting for just that and declared rebellion.

    …obviously, the translators got the inscription wrong. It was not Aten the sun-disk, it was FSM, the Spaghetti Monster…

  4. A.A. says:

    Actually its a 50 cent souvenir papyrus painting commonly available in tourist locations in Egypt. I’ve got about a dozen or so of these types of painting in my home. You’ll notice the arabic signature of the artist in the bottom left. The oldest surviving arabic writing is from about 640AD. Absolutely hilarious use of it though :)

    • theFewtheProudtheMarinara says:

      Is the attempt to pass this papyrus off as authentic then a pyramid scheme?

  5. Joshua says:

    Finally! Proof to skeptics that Pastafarianism is at least 5000 years old

  6. tigerlily says:

    To #9: Brilliant! Thank you Oh Mighty Cthulhu for the most awesome, and praised FSM.

    In his noodly name,
    RAmen

  7. Amelia says:

    hallenoodluh. praise be to his noodly appendages!

  8. MIGHTY C'THULHU says:

    Dearest Tigerlily,
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    You’re welcome. Mglw’nafh.
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    With love,
    Mighty C’THULHU

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