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FSM spotted at Apple

Published November 5th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Something special on the menu at Apple.


Huge thanks to Bruce for sending us the photos. I had heard that there were Pastafarians at Apple, and now we know it’s true. Could Steve be a Believer?

There’s an FSM sculpture at Microsoft.

I’m curious, what about Google?


One eye mishap

Published November 4th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson




We are from Mexico and not the most skilled arts and crafts people, but we wanted to honor the FSM by impersonating him and spreading the word. So, we made our costume and hit the parties. Along the way we convinced super man and wonder woman.

We wanted to share this pictures with our fellow Pastafarians and hopefully spread the word.


Borg and Eze

P.S. Sorry for the one eye mishap by the way a ID fanatic stole it from us.


Another Halloween Missionary

Published November 4th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Evangelizing in Easton, PA.

I handed out well over 70 pamphlets that night, thanks to your handy tri-fold PDF version! And by loose count, encountered dozens of supporters, a handful of loyal pirates, and only managed to anger one Christian (who was dressed as Caesar, go figure).



Passing out Candy

Published November 4th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson


Here is a photo of my son Scooter, passing out candy on Halloween. The picture was taken by his wife. Scooter is the one who converted me several years ago




Halloween Missionary

Published November 3rd, 2008 by Bobby Henderson



These are pictures of me in my Halloween costume. I wore this all day Halloween, up to the university and to work, carrying my copy of the gospel and several pamphlets for the faith spreading the word to anyone who would hear me. My little FSM touched many people and ensured that I got plenty of grog.


Peace and Long Life,


Pastafarians read for charity

Published October 27th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Penn State Atheist and Agnostic Association member Yasic Naumenko reads a passage from the Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

“We’ve only been flipped off like twice”

This was in Penn State’s The Daily Collegian:

Nat Jackson read passages from the Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster Saturday to crowds walking past the Allen Street Gates.

Before reading verses about how the Spaghetti Monster created the universe, he put on a black eye patch, the required attire for the Spaghetti Monster’s believers.

That text was one of more than a dozen religious books — including the Bible and the Quran — put on display by the Penn State Atheist and Agnostic Association, of which Jackson (senior-anthropology) is president. Passersby could donate money in return for hearing club members read aloud from the book of their choice.

Fantastic – I love to see things like this. You can read the whole article here.



Published October 24th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson



I love this.

We live directly across the alley from a church with a made-up religion.

I recently installed a gigantic flagpole on the Crow’s Nest (yar yar yar) of our garage and every Sunday morning we proudly fly the pair of FSM flags shown in the attached photos.

It’s our humble attempt to save the souls of each Sunday’s arriving flock of misguided Methodists. Hopefully they will look up to see the light and pass over to prefer Pasta to Pastor. Thus will they begin to Walk the True Plank, experiencing the Creamy Richness of our Hollowed Noodly One.


Bruce and Susan


FSM study group at Florida high school

Published October 19th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson





Just thought you might like to hear that some fellow worshipers are spreading the gospel over at Lawton Chiles High in Tallahassee, Florida. We had a crowd of about 40 on our first meeting, which was an epic success, handing out fliers and enlightening the student body about our beliefs through visual presentations of global warming, gravity, creation and much more.



UA Chalk Art

Published August 7th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Our friend Pastafarian Andy created this masterpiece:


This is a chalk picture of “Touched by his Noodly Appendage” I did on the awning of the Mallet Assembly at the University of Alabama.


FSM @ Fremont Summer Solstice Parade

Published June 23rd, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

The FSM, Himself, and an intrepid crew of pirates were spotted at this year’s Fremont Summer Solstice Parade in Seattle, Washington:



This amazing display was the work of the Seattle Atheists and Agnostics.

I am the gentlemen in the top photo in the red flannel shirt and crossbones bandanna. The Summer Solstice Parade is organized by Fremont Art Society. The object of the parade is to get art into the community. People all over Seattle converge on this parade and create floats, costumes, and works of art. Seattle Atheists is a non-profit organization which my wife and me are members of ( the organization wanted to be a part of this parade. We were going to do a theme on evolution, like the march of man. However it was decided that the Flying Spaghetti Monster would get a far better reaction. I can tell you the response was overwhelming. People literally ran out into the streets to pay homage to his Noodleyness and to get blessed by his noodley appendages. There were not any scoffers, just two people holding up signs telling the naked people in the parade to repent and turn to god. His Noodleyness had a few photos taken with naked women painted in chocolate syrup. I certainly wished at that moment that I was a flying spaghetti monster as well.

The people that got it really wanted to be a part of it and were yelling at the top of their lungs “WOOHOO! BLESS ME FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER! BLESS ME WITH YOUR NOODLEY APPENDAGES!” His Noodleyness complied with their wishes and as they bowed before the omnipotent meatball, he compassionately reached out one of his magnificent noodley appendages and bestowed a blessing upon their head. After the blessing was conducted I sprinkled dried noodles over upon their heads.

I wish I had been there to see it.

Here are a bunch of pictures on flickr:

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An elaborate spoof on Intelligent Design, The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is neither too elaborate nor too spoofy to succeed in nailing the fallacies of ID. It's even wackier than Jonathan Swift's suggestion that the Irish eat their children as a way to keep them from being a burden, and it may offend just as many people, but Henderson puts satire to the same serious use that Swift did. Oh, yes, it is very funny. -- Scientific American.


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