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Japan Manga Sighting

Published May 31st, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


Very recently a comic in Japan published a story about a bizarre cult that ended in the creation of His (actually Her) Noodleyness. While comics there are full of tentacled monsters, the details are too exact to be anything but a call out. "It looks like spaghetti", inexplicably flying away with meaty balls, the cult god. I was thrilled that FSM has crossed cultural borders.


I can confirm that the FSM has been making the rounds. The Gospel was released in Japan some time ago.  I’ve been receiving emails from our neighbors across the Pacific regularly.


Pirate fish on car

Published May 30th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Great idea, I'm surprised how good it looks.  Lets all do this to our cars. You guys go first.

Thought you might appreciate this. Got bored, so I painted a couple of fish on the side of my car. Each is about 10 inches long, in "aged copper".


Faith Fighter sighting

Published May 30th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Watching from the background, the only God who chooses not to fight.

David spotted the FSM in the flash game Faith Fighter.

I was playing with Jesus versus Mohammed and I did a screen capture when I saw the Flying Spaghetti Monster hovering in the background.

I have become  a true believer, I now call myself a Pastafarian!

-David O.

This game is pretty awesome, I have to say.  Each God has His own particular moves.  Here’s Jesus trying out the Holy Cross:

Cool hat.

It feels very much like the old Street Fighter games.  Good work Molleindustria – Fun AND sacrilegious.

You can play it here.


Implicit endorsement

Published May 28th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

On a more creepy note, I've been told there are a surprising number of high-level pentagon people who are die-hard Scientologists.

Good news.   I just heard that the U.S. Strategic Command has unblocked  Until now, you could not reach this site from within their network.   I suppose we should take this as implicit endorsement of the Pastafarian religion by the U.S. government. 


clay work of art

Published May 25th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I have the urge to pick Him up

Amy’s work of art.

He is handmade using polymer clay, wooden toothpicks and base metal findings. He has wiggly legs that are jointed to his body using eye rings and jump rings, so he has positionable noodles. He is 2" tall and 7.5" wide at the base.


Spore sighting

Published May 23rd, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

the one on the left reminds me of a galapagos tortoise

While wasting time that could be better spent studying for the upcoming midterms, I was inspired, most likely by the touch of the FSM himself and just had to create his likeness in Spore form. Here, His Noodlyness is experimenting with the creation of small noodly ones, for the furtherance of his noodlyness throughout this planet. So now, in this virtual universe, His Noodlyness may now also reign supreme! Let the FSM’s power spread around the planet, and eventually around the galaxy. Ramen.



Hentai style

Published May 22nd, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I particularly like the pirate-fish stockings

Following the increase of attacks on people drawing muhamad, I thought I’d submit my take on His Holly Noodlyness, Hentai stylee, to show this aggro world how accepting and chilled Pastafarians are.



FSM dollar creation

Published May 21st, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I hope you don't spend Him

 Seems reasonable


Marc at DollarArtist made this dollar masterpiece.  It’s made of 2 one-dollar bills but I think it’s worth at least 3, possibly 4.


Network Upgrade Sighting

Published May 20th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

blessed packets

Behold, FSM graces us with His presence during our network upgrade! Blessed Be the packets that travel down these wires!



Bang – the universe verse

Published May 20th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


James Dunbar created this rhyming, scientifically accurate comic book about the origin of the universe.   James believes – and I concur – that everyone should have access to a scientifically-based understanding of our creation, and no one should let religion keep them (or their children) ignorant of the true and miraculous nature of our existence.

He’s put the whole thing up for free online. Here’s a description of the comic:

A scientifically accurate, rhyming, comic book that describes the origin of the universe in captivating white on black illustrations. From the beginning of existence to the birth of stars and galaxies,you’ll learn how matter was created, why stars shine and where where we fit in this wild and crazy universe. This book is intended for all ages. If you don’t understand everything, don’t worry, no one does! That’s why it rhymes and has lots of pictures.

And here are a few example pages.  Amazing artwork:

amazing artwork This is the sort of work that deserves a wider audience. James is at that point where he’s done everything right, and he just needs the right people to see what he can do.  I would not be surprised at all to see James get a deal to make a whole series of similar books. I would love to see these in schools.

Here’s the link to the comic.

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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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