Create Your Own Religion!
KHQ.COM - You've got the long hair, the nice bushy beard, and lots of beliefs, but you don't have the 2.2 billion adherents worldwide. Or perhaps you're chubby and like to sit cross-legged, but no one is making statues of you. Or maybe you're a mediocre sci-fi writer that wants people speaking your psuedoscience.
Well now you can be the next Jesus, the next Buddha, or even the next L. Ron Hubbard. Sign up now to create-your-own religion. You name it, write down the beliefs, rituals, and holidays. We will then post the best submissions on our site and allow you to compete for followers.
All religions had to start somewhere. There are 7 billion people out there who need something to believe, bring out your inner missionary and get converting!
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