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Hello RationalWiki folks, anonymous reader here wondering if you guys have heard about this little thing on youtube called Spirit Science. I'm not sure if it's really worth the time and effort to write actual wiki pages on it, but as rational folks with an interest in pseudoscience and crank, I figured you lot would at least like to take a look at it.

Channel page is http://www.youtube.com/user/TheSpiritScience, and here is a page to video #1. Of particular interest, however, is their uh...creation myth. Fair warning, that one is an hour long, and the series itself is also pretty lengthy. But for the truly dedicated, or the truly masochistic, these videos and especially the creation myth video, are so chock-full of nonsense that it'll make your head spin.

I'm truly sorry that I can't offer you more information without telling you to just follow the links, because I'm having a great deal of trouble trying to summarize it. It's truly a motherload of crazy, and not for the faint of heart, but here are a few tid-bits from the creation myth: long, long ago, Atlantis was inhabited by enlightened, higher-dimensional beings before it sank. Then the Hebrews arrived in a time-traveling star of David. Then some time later, the Martians conducted an experiment that transformed their entire race into one with completely masculine brains, and oh, their planet was also dying as a result or something, so they made a star of David and teleported to Atlantis, where they started to take over and...

Oh. Oh dear. My head's starting to hurt again, so I think I'm gonna stop here. Follow the links at your own risk, I'm going to lie down for a while now. — Unsigned, by: 151.213.229.0 / talk / contribs 2013-01-05T20:08:14‎

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