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The Pagan FishGod Priests

Note: The word 'Pagan" itself comes from the Latin paganu(m), for "someone who is not from the city, rather from the country." In Late Latin, this turned into pagensis, "one who is from the country," and this ultimately became the French pays and the Spanish Para both meaning "nation."

We know him as Oogala Poogala the great dark one of unknown fishlike powers. Found in the depths of the Mystic Lake near Mt.Rainier in Washington State.

A man who officiates in sacred offices. Among pagans, priests were persons whose appropriate business was to offer sacrifices and perform other sacred rites of religion. In primitive ages, the fathers of families, princes and kings were priests. Thus Cain and Abel, Noah, Abraham, Melchizedek,Job, Isaac and Jacob offered their own sacrifices. In the days of Moses, the office of priest was restricted to the tribe of Levi, and the priesthood consisted of three orders, the high priest, the priests, and the Levites, and the office was made hereditary in the family of Aaron.

Freedom to wear hillbilly beerbox headgear!!

One does not have freedom if anyone else (especially a large organization) has power over one, no matter how benevolently, tolerantly and permissively that power may be exercised.
- a great libertine

"We are about to put foward some major ideas; they will be heard and pondered. If not all of them please, surely a few will; in some sort, then, we shall have contributed to the progress of our age, and shall be content."
-The Secret Zymotic Brotherhood

Zy*mot"ic (?), a. [Gr. causing to ferment, fr. to ferment, ferment, leaven.]

Of, pertaining to, or caused by, fermentation

Welcome To The Pagan Fishgod Priests Homepage.

Life is simple,so is The Pagan Fishgod Priest tests.

"If you want to keep wearing the box you gotta keep doing the tests."

"Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy."

--Benjamin Franklin

Why do we wear beerboxes on our heads?

Freedom without Libery is not FREEDOM!
It is true that primitive man is powerless against some of the things that threaten him; disease for example. But he can accept the risk of disease socialy. It is part of the nature of things, it is no one's fault, unless is the fault of some imaginary, impersonal demon. But threats to the modern individual tend to be MAN-MADE. They are not the results of chance but are IMPOSED on him by other persons whose decisions he, as an individual, is unable to influence. Consequently he feels frustrated, humiliated and angry.
Thus He puts a box on his head and gets very tribal!


"Liber ET Audax"
(Free and Bold)

Strange and unsettling huh?
Try it with a beerbox on your noggen!

How many beers have you had?
Our society tends to regard as a "sickness" any mode of thought or behavior that is inconvenient for the system, and this is plausible because when an individual doesn't fit into the system it causes pain to the individual as well as problems for the system. Thus the manipulation of an individual to adjust him to the system is seen as a "cure" for a "sickness" and therefore as good.
How many beers have you had?

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