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A Genuine Miracle: How Yo Took On the Form of All Living Creatures

The True "Facts of Life" Can Be Seen in This Amazing Video

You are about to witness a miracle. Prepare to be astounded.

That is not hyperbole. There is no overstatement in this claim. In the video below, you will witness the true story of creation and it is literally unbelievable but true.

As you watch this, contemplate the fact that natural selection working on random variations built this machinery of life and brought you into being as a conscious node of Yo, the Divine Mystery.

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Compare the Mindblowing, True Story of Creation with These Other Creation Myths

For example, in "The Family Guy Revelation (FGR)," you will find twisted versions of the classic fairy tale.


Note: Some scholars doubt the authenticity of The FGR. They claim the FGR was stolen from the creation story of the Jatravartid people of Viltvodle 6 (similar to the FGR, different orifice).
[Source: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams]



For a Simpsons take on the Evolution vs Creationism debate, see Simpsonian Design.


Don't forget the raging controversy between FSM and SPAM (the Flying Spaghetti Monster versus Spaghetti & Pulsar Activated Meatballs).
 




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This is not written by me.

This is not written by me. I just copied this from another site. Creation of the Universe. During 2006, I was struck by an article on www.islamonline.net with the fascinating title: "Malaysian Conference Probes How Muslim Astronauts Pray". I was intrigued. I read the article, as well as the background to the article, to discover another amazing aspect of Islam, and the sometimes very practical solutions offered to some of the very thorny problems raised by the Koran. Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism, are old and primitive religions that are strangely silent about the vast universe outside the atmosphere of our insignificant planet located on the outer rim of our galaxy, the Milky Way. This is in contrast to Islam, a religion that acknowledges the reality of life forms on other planets in this universe. In the Koran we read the following passages clearly stating this fact: And among His Signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the living creatures that He has scattered through them: and He has Power to gather them together when He wills. (Koran 42:29) And to Allah doth obeisance all that is in the heavens and on earth, whether moving (living) creatures or the angels: for none are arrogant (before their Lord). hey all revere their Lord, high above them, and they do all that they are commanded. (Koran16:49-50) The seven heavens and the earth, and all beings therein, declare His glory: there is not a thing but celebrates His praise; and yet ye understand not how they declare His glory! Verily He is Oft-Forbearing, Most Forgiving! (Koran 17:44)

Just making a comment about

Just making a comment about the Qur'anic verses mentioned above: the Allah described therein sounds like representations of Yo and not the anthropomorphic god that the faithful conjure up in their minds.The Qur'anic "conversations" between Allah and yo's prophets sound like any yoan's "inner voice" making sense of Yo. Jiro

Perhaps we shouldn't capitalize deity words

"without the intervention of a humanoid God, a Divine King/Director" I feel when we discuss gods in general, without naming a specific one, we should not capitalize the word "god", as was done in the quote on this page. I feel we should capitalize when we name a god. For example, I feel these are correct times NOT to capitalize: This page: "a humanoid god, a divine king/director" Example 2: The Christian god

Hmmn . . . your point is

Hmmn . . . your point is well taken. However, in this case, the "humanoid God" refers to the imaginary God of the traditional religions and thus is capitalized in keeping with the custom in those religions. In Yoism, we have come to only use the word "God" to refer to such specific traditional notions and the word "god" to refer to the general category of nonspecific imaginary deities. We once used the word "God" to refer to the Divine Mystery (and there are some remnants of that) but have largely replaced it with Yo, a word that doesn't have any of the associations to any imaginary deity.

Does this make sense to you?

Dan