Strange Religion Causes Controversy

Written by Roake

Monday, 27 June 2011


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Babba Yagu in his ceremonial outfit, used when they sacrifice stuffed toys.

A new religion has formed called Factology, a religion supposedly based entirely on fact.

The religion was started when Reverend Babba Yagga Yuga (formerly know as Peter Simmons) was meditating in a field when a strange vision came to him. He said that Yorkop - the Great Goat Overlord, came to him and told him the secrets of the universe.

He then awoke from his trance and wrote it all down in a book Called " The Universe - All the facts and shit" which has now become the Factologists Bible.

Amongst other things it details how all planets are square, why Gravity is a lie and how crabs are our ancestral predecessors not monkeys.

Even though this is a relatively new religion it already has followers coming in it's droves.

They all meet in what Babba calls the "Church of Factology" which in reality is little more than a disused warehouse in Kent.

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