Artificial Pseudoscientology

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Before the universe was created there was '''Artificial Pseudoscientology'''; its core beliefs are both universal and immediate. The esoteric knowledge that we now refer to as '''Artificial Pseudoscientology''' has come down from a remote past within revelations to the [[Wankers|spiritually righteous]].
 
Before the universe was created there was '''Artificial Pseudoscientology'''; its core beliefs are both universal and immediate. The esoteric knowledge that we now refer to as '''Artificial Pseudoscientology''' has come down from a remote past within revelations to the [[Wankers|spiritually righteous]].
   
{{cquote|The point of '''Artificial Pseudoscientology''' is to start with something so simple as to seem not worth stating, and to end with something so paradoxical that no one will believe it. And also to sell small coloured elasticbands for huge sums of money - [[Bertrand Russell]].}}
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{{cquote|The point of '''Artificial Pseudoscientology''' is to start with something so simple as to seem not worth stating, and to end with something so paradoxical that no one will believe it. And also to sell small coloured elastic bands for huge sums of money - [[Bertrand Russell]].}}
   
These teachers have over time have written a [[Shit|codex of religious verse]] which represent the inner teachings of the tradition. It should be noted however that '''Artificial Pseudoscientology''' is at heart an [[Phil Latio|Oral Tradition]]. The modern movement was formed in 1974 by '''Guru Rabbi Ben Fogle''', from his modest retreat in the heart of [[Los Angeles]]' Venice Beach. Fogle believes that disembodied '''Great Masters''' channeled their message through him, revealing the ancient wisdom.
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These teachers have over time have written a [[Shit|codex of religious verse]] which represent the inner teachings of the tradition. It should be noted however that '''Artificial Pseudoscientology''' is at heart an [[Phil Latio|Oral Tradition]]. The modern movement was formed in 1974 by '''Guru Rabbi Ben Fogle''', from his modest retreat in the heart of [[Los Angeles]]' Venice Beach. Fogle believes that disembodied '''Great Masters''' channelled their message through him, revealing the ancient wisdom.
   
 
==Methodology of Artificial Pseudoscientology==
 
==Methodology of Artificial Pseudoscientology==
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With a neverending supply of the rich and famous, controversy was never going to be far behind. By far the most infamous event was the furor that followed an announcement from '''Guru Rabbi Ben Fogle''' in [[2002]]. In his statement he claimed that the victims of the [[Holocaust Tycoon|Holocaust]] would not have died had they practiced '''Artificial Pseudoscientology'''. The claim caused international outrage amongst both the [[Jew|Jewish Community]] and [[Liberals|Jew Lovers]].
 
With a neverending supply of the rich and famous, controversy was never going to be far behind. By far the most infamous event was the furor that followed an announcement from '''Guru Rabbi Ben Fogle''' in [[2002]]. In his statement he claimed that the victims of the [[Holocaust Tycoon|Holocaust]] would not have died had they practiced '''Artificial Pseudoscientology'''. The claim caused international outrage amongst both the [[Jew|Jewish Community]] and [[Liberals|Jew Lovers]].
   
In [[2004]] the '''Artificial Pseudoscientology''' movement again made the news for negative reasons when it was discovered that the '''Artificial Pseudoscientology Vibrant Spring Water''', alledgedly infused with positive energy which practioners feel has a beneficial effect spiritually and physically, was discovered to be bottled directly from a council watersource in Billingsgate, [[London]].
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In [[2004]] the '''Artificial Pseudoscientology''' movement again made the news for negative reasons when it was discovered that the '''Artificial Pseudoscientology Vibrant Spring Water''', allegedly infused with positive energy which practioners feel has a beneficial effect spiritually and physically, was discovered to be bottled directly from a council water source in Billingsgate, [[London]].
   
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

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Pseudoiconography

Artificial Pseudoscientology maintains a strong focus on iconography as seen is this 14th Century piece entitled "Madonna and Child".

“Huh?”
~ Noel Coward on Artificial Pseudoscientology

Artificial Pseudoscientology, "the Wisdom of the Stars", is a deeply esoteric belief system based around the early works of Isaac Asimov, Carl Sagan and Erich von Daniken, known as the Three Great Minds, and is also a Rush album.

Practitioners are known to include many of Hollywood's A-List celebrities including F. Murray Abraham, Former Heavyweight Dancer John Travolta and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. It is known that a number of stars skirted around the edge of the early Artificial Pseudoscientology movement in the late 1970s including Andy Kaufman, as well as Vegas crooner Tony Clifton. As such, over recent years, the movement has rightly or wrongly become known as The Cult of Celebrity.

A Pseudohistorical Perspective of Artificial Pseudoscientology

Before the universe was created there was Artificial Pseudoscientology; its core beliefs are both universal and immediate. The esoteric knowledge that we now refer to as Artificial Pseudoscientology has come down from a remote past within revelations to the spiritually righteous.

Cquote1 The point of Artificial Pseudoscientology is to start with something so simple as to seem not worth stating, and to end with something so paradoxical that no one will believe it. And also to sell small coloured elastic bands for huge sums of money - Bertrand Russell. Cquote2

These teachers have over time have written a codex of religious verse which represent the inner teachings of the tradition. It should be noted however that Artificial Pseudoscientology is at heart an Oral Tradition. The modern movement was formed in 1974 by Guru Rabbi Ben Fogle, from his modest retreat in the heart of Los Angeles' Venice Beach. Fogle believes that disembodied Great Masters channelled their message through him, revealing the ancient wisdom.

Methodology of Artificial Pseudoscientology

Kabalistictree

Each of the Spheres or "Emanations" is intersected by a number of paths, each representative of a frequency of the universe. In order to tap into these architypal energies, practitioners may purchase coloured bands attuned to cosmic vibration from all good Artificial Pseudoscientology Churches. The resemblance of the Spheres to Ginger Nuts is purely coincidental.

Students seek to release themselves from "blockages" by releasing the physical expressions of those blockages through spiritual transformation. This might be achieved through releasing money or expensive goods as donations to the leaders within Artificial Pseudoscientology.

Amongst Key Techniques utilised within Artificial Pseudoscientology are the following:

  • Clearing: Through the use of the Artificial Pseudoscientology Auric Field Manipulator practitioners have their etheric bodies cleansed, and all for just $1500, available at all good Artifical Pseudoscientology Churches.
  • Binding: The adherant "links" themselves to specific spheres or paths within the tree of life glyph in an effort to join with that emanation. This is done through the wearing of cords or coloured elastic bands that have been endowed with the related vibrational energy. They are available within the Artificial Pseudoscientology store for just $350 each.
  • Release: Practioners seek to release themselves from earthy restrictive energies by letting go of those things that limit them, such as large parts of their annual salaries, lifetime savings and/or any precious items such as jewellery, fine art or expensive cars.

Passing of Wisdom between Teacher and Student and visa versa

Artificial Pseudoscientology is an ancient tradition passed on orally from teacher to student. An example of this is presented here, in the form of a dialogue between two individuals, who for the purpose of our demonstration we have called Madonna and Britney.

Madonna: Britney, how are you girl? (A deep existentialist question)
Britney: Oh, Madonna, hi... (recognition of the tutor’s true essence)
Madonna: Come child. It is time to learn of the greater mysteries…
Britney: It's not those pelvic floor exercises again is it?
Madonna: No, I speak of the deeper mysteries, passed on to me by my learned teacher Guru Rabbi Ben Fogle from within the ancient doctrine of Artificial Pseudoscientology.
Britney: M’kay….then can we go shopping? Paris showed me a great little shop in London.
Madonna: Let your mind become still, my child...
Britney: ... (perfect stillness)
Madonna: Life is a mystery, everyone must stand alone.
Britney: Wow that’s like a prayer.
Madonna: Yes. It's exactly like a prayer. Now, the deeper wisdom of Artificial Pseudoscientology is passed on from the mouth of the teacher to the student.
Britney: Like that time on the MTV awards. Justin was soooooOOOoooooo jealous! {demonstrates inner peace and a state of contemplative oneness)
Madonna: No. No. No. Pay attention Britney. The heritage of Artificial Pseudoscientology is an ancient one, which in turn draws from older traditions, such as Hebrew Spiritualism, Wicca and Scientology. Now, if I may explain part of my inner journey...
Britney: Huh huh
Madonna: I made it through the wilderness, somehow I made it through. I didn't know how lost I was until I found...
Britney: This seems awfully familiar...
Madonna: Yes, many people share common experiences...
Britney: It's almost like I’ve heard those very words a million times...
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Guru Rabbi Ben Fogle has released a number of hardhitting books detailing Artificial Pseudoscientology including the recent bestseller The Red String Book. A follow up, Money for Old Rope is due to be released early next year.

Madonna: You're so consumed with how much you get. You waste your time with hate, and regret. You're broken, when your heart's not open.
Britney: That’s deep.
and so on, and so forth.

Often these exchanges continue for some considerable time with both teacher and student passing "nuggets" of wisdom and deep philosophical and often metaphysical constructs through often complex descriptive passages.

Controversy

With a neverending supply of the rich and famous, controversy was never going to be far behind. By far the most infamous event was the furor that followed an announcement from Guru Rabbi Ben Fogle in 2002. In his statement he claimed that the victims of the Holocaust would not have died had they practiced Artificial Pseudoscientology. The claim caused international outrage amongst both the Jewish Community and Jew Lovers.

In 2004 the Artificial Pseudoscientology movement again made the news for negative reasons when it was discovered that the Artificial Pseudoscientology Vibrant Spring Water, allegedly infused with positive energy which practioners feel has a beneficial effect spiritually and physically, was discovered to be bottled directly from a council water source in Billingsgate, London.

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