Wednesday, 2 January 2008

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An artists impression of Jesus chatting to one of the Htraeans

Planet Htrae, Cancri 55 System (IPP) - The radio telescope in Arecibo, Puerto Rico has intercepted radio signals from Exo-Planet Htrae in the Stellar system 55 Cancri located in the constellation of Cancer.

The radio signals were transmitted by radio stations from the Exo-Planet which has only one language. This language has a very simple pattern and Earth bound computers had no problem deciphering its meaning.

The news there is that Jesus has come and his mission is not to bring eternal life but rather to make life a finite length of time.

The residents living on the planet Htrae already have eternal life which has created problems due to their never ending life spans which to many have become a burden rather than a blessing. These problems have constantly grown ever since they succeeded in the prevention of violence, accidents, and war, and they came up with the solutions to aging, cancer, and other medical problems there eons ago.

The planet has become over populated over the years and that has led to endless problems with pollution, waste, and even boredom.

Jesus has brought them the gift of a non-eternal life after the residents of the planet petitioned the Lord with prayer contrary to Jim Morrison's assertion in the Soft Parade album that this could not be done.

The Exo-Planet's residents will have no need to crucify the Savior as they look down upon this type of behavior as being savage and cruel.

People will begin to expire in an orderly fashion at the time of their choosing and also the eternal life option will remain a viable one for those who choose to stick around.

There is no tragedy nor sadness planned for the time of expiration of Htrae's residents. The expiration of folks on Htrae will be looked upon as a semi-joyous event which brings relief to those who have grown weary of life on the far away planet.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Aliens, Jesus

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