God Goofs Up: Christmas Star crashes into Sun

Looks like the Christian God has missed his big chance.

The comet ISON was billed to shine day and night over Christmas, coming closest to Earth on 26th December. (One day late but the date of Christmas has always been an approximation.)

All round Earth priests and clergy were gearing up to make a killing.

This would be proof that God exists and business would be booming!

omg he crashed I-SON

  • They looked up and saw a star shining in the east, beyond them far;
    And to the earth it gave great light, and so it continued both day and night

All it would take was for God, or JC, or even the Holy Spirit to make sure ISON didn’t fly too close to the sun and shrivel up. Alas that was too much for him/them.

The Christmas story is just that, a fable invented to boost the power of parasite priests generations after Christ’s death, which i think doesnt even appear in all the ‘Gospels’.

  • This star drew nigh to the northwest, o’er Bethlehem it took its rest;
    And there it did both stop and stay, right over the place where Jesus lay.

As for the 3 kings travelling to Bethlehem today.. first off their Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh would likely get stolen by one of dozens of jihad rebel groups in Syria to pay for US supplied weapons.

Then they’d have to negotiate dozens of Israeli army checkpoints,.

And next they’d be faced with a bloody great 100km long wall patrolled by deadly drone bombers..

Before finally reaching the ‘place where Jesus lay’.

welcome to bethlehem

So let’s celebrate the Winter Solstice (21st December) as we used to do before Christianity was invented.

Let´s trust ourselves and our friends, never delegating to delusional priests and politicians who will almost always take advantage of us !…

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