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Petroglyph evidence of the FSM

Published March 31st, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

We have this picture of His Noodliness from a spot North of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico, from some petroglyphs in las Labradas and here it is.

-Antonia

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49 Responses to “Petroglyph evidence of the FSM”

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  2. Jack (new recruit) says:

    Amazing! To me it appears that His Noodliness put that carving on a rock for an all out reminder to humankind that it was His Noodliness that created them, not some decrepid old man on a cloud!

  3. James says:

    Truly, a miracle!

  4. Lord Voldemortgage says:

    Is He fond of clockwork sheep?

  5. Colby says:

    This rick should be put in a glass case and made as the head piece in a new shrine because this rock had been touched by his noodly appantage

    • Colby says:

      Rock sorry

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  7. Rasputin says:

    I found a magazine called “Creation” in a hospital waiting room this week. It’s published by a fundy Christian group which uses the website “creation.org”. The magazine contained an extended childrens’ article about the Flood. The illustrations included a view of humans, animals and dinosaurs in a valley, watching the rising waters. According to the article, there is scientific evidence that the Flood definitely occurred. Mud slides which followed the Flood covered animals such as dinosaurs and made them into fossils. I’ve forgotten whether the magazine claimed the Flood occurred 4300 years ago or that was the age of the earth. The article was very insistent that the Flood covered the ENTIRE earth, and was not just a local event. I wonder if anybody has calculated the volume of water required to cover the entire earth including Mount Everest. I am curious to know where the water went afterwards. I realise there is a lot of water stored in the polar ice caps, but I don’t understand how it could have disappeared so quickly. The nomadic desert dwellers who devised the story thousands of years ago must have had better science than we’ve got today. They understood the science whereas I can’t.

    • TheFewTheProudTheMarinara says:

      The most knowledgeable people on earth before 1,000 AD only knew of 3 of the earth’s continents, and probably didn’t know squat about what was happening on any of those except the one they were living on. So how could they possibly know it was worldwide?

    • Apprentice Frederic says:

      But….you’re forgetting that the earth was, until somewhat recently, quite flat. The water just ran off the edges and washed off the elephants supporting the roughly circular disc of the earth….

      • TheFewTheProudTheMarinara says:

        Elephants?? I thought it was turtles all the way down.

        • Apprentice Frederic says:

          The artwork I saw showed elephants standing on a turtle, standing in turn on a snake, but there are variations, for sure. R ‘Amen.

      • The Sauceror says:

        Apprentice Frederic, you are quite right. The Earth used to be flat, and may still be so — at least for some people. There is ample evidence in the bible to support this. For example, “The devil taketh him up into an exceeding high mountain and sheweth him all the kingdoms of the world” Matthew 4:8. This is only possible on a flat plane, not on a round globe, so indeed, the world must have been flat. Now for all that pesky extra water. That’s a toughy. One religious theory is that the Earth originally had an icy firmament above its flat surface, and geodee made it melt one day. Hence, the rain. I like to call this the “Chicken Little Theory”, where the sky really did fall one day. Others may call it a theory which is a little chicken. Fortunately, I found a website which provides this and many other perplexing questions with useful, but equally perplexing answers. http://www.Christiananswers.net/q-aig/aig-floodwaters.html . The beauty of this website is that they quote unnamed scientists who have not been contaminated by observable evidence, logic, education, common sense, or reason. Since virtually all of their explanations require divine intervention based purely on faith, they must have the correct answers. One possible answer that could explain where all the extra water went after it was time for the flood to be done, was that all the elephants, turtles, and snakes that were holding the Earth up, got thirsty and they simply drank it. My own theory is that geodee pulled the plug at the bottom of the Earth, and the water drained out until the oceans reached the right level, and then the plug was then popped back in. Water does flow down, doesn’t it?

        • Apprentice Frederic says:

          Dear Sauceror,
          Your theory unassailable. You probably know an ancient song, something along the lines of “….your baby ‘as gone down the plug ‘ole…”; it should be added to the Pastafarian hymnal. R’Amen. BTW, ecological catastrophe would follow if your borched mesoms found and followed the chain down to the plug….

        • The Sauceror says:

          Let’s hope he don’t stop up the drain.

        • TheFewTheProudTheMarinara says:

          Actually, no! Water is subject to gravity, and “down” is subjective. What has been proven is that the mass of the elephants and/or turtles, constrained by the distance of their mass vs. the earth, is greater than our flat planet.

        • The Sauceror says:

          Oh, no! That means that we have been looking at Niagara Falls upside down all this time. It should really be renamed Viagra Falls.

  8. Rasputin says:

    Dear Sauceror, now that you’ve explained it to me, the biblical story or the Flood makes perfect sense.

    • The Sauceror says:

      Rasputin, it sure is easy to establish the truth of an unprovable historic event when you are not limited by the constraints of the scientific method, evidence, observation, methodology, logic, or reason. No wonder so many of us creationists are skeptical of those so-called “scientists”: they aren’t willing to take a leap of faith and make stuff up on the fly. We do. That’s why we’re a real religion. We don’t let evidence get in the way of the facts. Ok, I showed you mine, now you show me yours. Leaving out all that boring “science” nonsense, what is your theory about the whole Noah Zark thing?

      • Rasputin says:

        Were there any zombies on Noah Zark? I don’t know why, I just wondered.

        • Rasputin says:

          And what about the Minions? Are they mentioned?

        • Keith says:

          No pirates either?

        • The Sauceror says:

          I’m sure that Noah Zark was smothered with zombies. What else could explain such an undead story? Most of the undead zombies were drowned and killed in the great unprovable flood because they spent all their time “dancin’ at the zombie zoo”. Painted in a corner, and all you wanna do is dance down at the zombie zoo.
          I’m quite interested in hearing your opinions about the Minions. I have my own opinions about the minions, but like usual, I’m very shy about expressing my views.
          I also heard a yarn about how Noah originally built two Zarks, but some pirates came along and stole one of them. That must be why we never hear the story about Noah Zarks.

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