Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Is this REALLY an ANTI-Mormon cartoon, or a Commercial?



So, what's more cuckoo: "countless gods," or one god that is one guy, three guys, and everyone at the same time?

Hello, Mr. Pot, meet Mr. Kettle.!

Pot: Why, Mr. Kettle, you're certainly black.

Regardless, I adore this cartoon. Utterly entertaining. One thing: WHAT the HOLY HELL do these people have against the colour RED? Damn. Didn't GOD create the fucking colour? Didn't GOD create COLOUR? Jeez. What's a girl gotta do to have her private parts NOT associated with INFINITE EVIL?

11 comments:

Mark Plus said...

Uh, this sounds a lot like the esoteric teachings of Scientology. Did Hubbard crib his ideas from the Mormons?

Mark Plus said...

Some observations:

1. Moroni looks a lot like Race Bannon from the those old Jonny Quest cartoons.

2. The elaborate backstory to explain human origins sounds like a crappy science fiction or fantasy novel from the mid 20th Century. (Either that or the current lame story arc in the 9th and 10th seasons of Stargate SG-1.)

3. Apparently the Mormons anticipated Dan Brown by teaching that Jesus had biological wives and children like a regular guy. So why has Brown received all the notoriety for something the Mormons have long advocated?

4. Apparenty Elohim goes around raping teenaged virgins.

5. Why do "spirit babies" need to wear diapers? Do they crap ectoplasm or something?

breakerslion said...

"4. Apparenty Elohim goes around raping teenaged virgins."

Why does Elohim go around raping teenaged virgins?

A. Because he can.

B. Because laws apply to everyone except Elohim.

C. Because he has a really small dick and more experienced lovers laugh at him.

D. Because he is a fucked-up fantasy from a squirrelly idiot with delusions of grandeur who projects his lust on his god.

I'd bet that hubbard studied Mormonism fairly closely to discover what made it a successful cult.

Hellbound Alleee said...

I don't know if Hubbard studied mormonism at all, but yes, I got that feeling watching the video. Utilizing other planets in your religion is a mark of a young religion.

If you're going to make a religion, it would be just retarded to leave out the entire rest of the universe.

Hubbard, well, you'd have to ask my husband that question. All I know is that he had some contact with some occult guys like Crowley, in his science-fiction days.

Joyce @ The Simple Blog said...

Joseph Smith joined the Masonic Lodge just before starting the Mormon religion. Seen side by side, the 2 groups' rituals and symbols are almost identical. I had to check out Mormons because most of my husbands' family belong to this cult, but we're atheist.

This is a very campy, funny cartoon. Thanks!

Boss Foxx said...

Holy crap. I knew Mormons were a little off their nut, but if there's any validity to that cartoon... Wow. There would be no nut to be on in the first place.

Samuel the Utahnite said...

Hey guys, I was a faithful, practicing Mormon for over 30 years, served a 2 year mission and FINALLY figured out a year ago, that I had been in a cult, full of nothing but lies, deceit and fraud, that is perpetuated everyday by their hierarchy.

I've dedicated a massive amount of time, thousands of hours over the last year, to expose this evil cult to as many people as possible. I've got my main blog and then 2 other blogs, that are for my podcasts.

In has been one hell of a journey, to one day realize that I'd been a cultist for over 30 years, along with my family and friends, but damn, I'm glad to be out and spreading the truth of this horrible so called church.

I've lost close family members over it and lost a lifelong best friend, as Mormonism creates division and tears families and relationships to pieces, if somebody one day doesn't believe.

By the way, there is nothing in this film that is incorrect, or that hasn't been taught at some point, by somebody. Mormons argue that it wasn't doctrine, isn't Canon scripture, etc, but it was said by Prophets and Apostles of their beloved cult, many times, right over the pulpit of the tabernacle in Salt Lake City.

Also, just to be clear, Joseph Smith did teach that God was once a man, just like us and lived on an earth, just like ours, which their Prophet Hinckley now flat out denies has ever existed. Funny thing is, it's right in the official Mormon History volumes, number 6 and for sale at their own bookstore. It's kind of like dumb and dumber, but they know they are lying!!

Anyway, I just had to give my 2 cents worth, after a lifetime of hell and beating myself up for not being perfect. If anyone has any questions about Mormonism, feel free to Email me and I'll answer them for you.

Email me!

I also posted another great video from Youtube on my blog the other day, that perfectly describes Mormonism and what they think will happen to every other person on earth, that doesn't believe what they do. Sadly, they are not alone in this belief.

Mormon Truth Blog

My advice to everyone; stay away from Mormonism, unless you enjoy being a cult member, wearing their special underwear and giving them 10% of whatever you make, the rest of your life, in order to enter their temple and stay worthy for eternal life and those polygamous wives that await you.

Take care,

Samuel

Michelle said...

Why is everyone so Hell-bent on picking on the Mormons??? I know many Mormons and they are all very decent people. Can't we all just learn to get along? Being that this "movie" is obviously produced as anti-Mormon propoganda, I personally view it with much skepticism. Just like with any religion, whether it be Jewish, Shintoism, Hinduism, etc., if I want to learn more about them, I go to them and not someone who has obvious prejudices against them. Are we after truth here or are we out to entertain ourselves with stupid "sensationalism?"

Michelle said...

Why is everyone so Hell-bent on picking on the Mormons??? I know many Mormons and they are all very decent people. Can't we all just learn to get along? Being that this "movie" is obviously produced as anti-Mormon propoganda, I personally view it with much skepticism. Just like with any religion, whether it be Jewish, Shintoism, Hinduism, etc., if I want to learn more about them, I go to them and not someone who has obvious prejudices against them. Are we after truth here or are we out to entertain ourselves with stupid "sensationalism?"

Michelle said...

Sorry I sent that twice. I had a computer glitch.

Hellbound Alleee said...

Well, Michelle, why don't you find out if it is true? This cartoon was made by fundamentalist christians against other fundamentalist christians. You ask why everyone picks on Mormons. Well, christians have picked on other christians ever since there were christians. Ask them. Me, I think they have funny beliefs. Therefore I like to share the humor. It doesn't seem that my "picking on them" has hurt them in the least.

Funny things should be laughed at, not respected. That harms people.