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Tuesday, 4 October 2011

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ALMA's images were captured via a wormhole link to the Corvus galaxy

Space - It's existence had been suspected for aeons and was enough to freak out 5th century AD Church elders sufficiently into sexing-up their farcical God-the-Father rants.

This week pictures of a crystal skull-like galaxy - described as 'depicting an MRI scan of the head of Isis, mother of creation' - have been posted by the world's most powerful radio telescope.

The Atacama Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array - or ALMA - snapped the composite image of the Antennae galaxies in the far-off constellation Corvus the Crow.

The results are a stunning celestial profile of the ultimate female super alien whose immense supernatural skills created the Universe.

"Of course the Pope's bound to go nuts," a NASA PR source explained, "kinda flushes their paternalistic agenda straight back down the toilet where it really belongs."

The image is being studied by astronomers around the world with the Beijing Astronomy Academy giving its strongest backing for the 'Isis' designation.

Ancient Chinese mythology has long identified Corvus as 'The Vermillion Bird of the South' - a symbol of the legendary Celestial Empress equated with the Judeo-Roman tradition that tried to suppress Isis.

Last year a brilliant red carved diamond skull was unearthed from underneath one of the Egyptian pyramids during a thwarted attempt by Mossad to blow up the entire Valley of the Kings.

The 5,000 carat artefuct was hurriedly smuggled out of the country and remains in NASA HQ vaults at Groom Lake, Nevada.

Reports it is broadcasting an ancient extraterrestrial homing signal are relatively unsubstantiated.

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