Flying Spaghetti Monster: The Holy Mug Of Grog” Sneak Peek:
Pastafarian Dhreck created this stunning portrait of the FSM built entirely of pasta.
I made a pencil sketch of the outlines of His body on canvas, then glued over these lines with small pieces of spaghetti three to six rows deep to create the basic shape of the FSM. The inner spaces (noodles, meatballs and eye stalks) were made dark with ink before using several kinds of broken down pasta to further fill in the body. This to differentiate the coloring, texture and density of the different body parts/sections and to make sure minimal canvas would appear in the gaps. Finished up by filling in the eyes and background, hiding all mistakes beneath a thick carpet of pasta. Somehow I used a pound of sweet sweet glue in the process.
In total 7 different kinds of pasta were used to create the finished piece. Spaghetti for the outlines, tagliatelle to fill in His noodly appendages, a bit of vermicelli on the eye-stalks, green & orange fusilli for His meaty balls and glass noodle on the eyeballs. Background is filled in with broken down lasagna Verde sheets on the bottom and ground up Chinese egg noodle on top.
I urge everyone to check out Dhreck’s website for more information and pictures.
I must have evangelized a million people up in Madison, WI, this Halloween… :) I made sure to take photos with every pirate I saw, and got lots of recognition!
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.
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).
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
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,
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.
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