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The Holy Colander, blessed of His Noodlyness because He Boiled for Us inside it, has once again confirmed its rightful place among the Holiest of religious head garments! Aaron Williams, an Egg Harbor NJ Pastafarian and Sauced Beyond Marinated, has paid tribute to the just Licencing Laws of New Jersey and honoured Lord Glob by wearing the Holy Colander for a renewal photo. Joining Niko Alm with the desire to etch his devotion to the One True Monster in perpetuity, Aaron insisted that the Colander did not breach the Licencing Law. Despite Aaron Spreading the Truth, the Unenlightened, dedicated as they are to the Law of New Jersey, were compelled to refer this Holy Matter to the State. Here are some excerpts of Aaron’s Epistles of Enlightenment to the MVC from the original South Brunswick Patch report written by Davy James: Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

Pastafarisme Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. L'emblème du pastafarisme, une parodie de l'ichtus chrétien. La lettre devient rapidement un phénomène Internet et un argument de l'opposition à l'enseignement du dessein intelligent (et à la religion en général) au sein des écoles publiques. Les croyances pastafariennes sont présentées sur le site internet de Henderson (où il se décrit comme un « prophète ») et dans l'« Évangile du Monstre en Spaghettis volant », parodie de la Bible. La croyance centrale est qu'un Monstre en Spaghettis volant invisible et indétectable a créé l'univers.


Flying Spaghetti Monster

Flying Spaghetti Monster The Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM) is the deity of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster or Pastafarianism, a movement that promotes a light-hearted view of religion and opposes the teaching of intelligent design and creationism in public schools.[3] Although adherents describe Pastafarianism as a genuine religion,[3] it is generally seen by the media as a parody religion.[4][5] The "Flying Spaghetti Monster" was first described in a satirical open letter written by Bobby Henderson in 2005 to protest the Kansas State Board of Education decision to permit teaching intelligent design as an alternative to evolution in public school science classes.[6] In that letter, Henderson satirized creationist ideas by professing his belief that whenever a scientist carbon-dates an object, a supernatural creator that closely resembles spaghetti and meatballs is there "changing the results with His Noodly Appendage".