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Propaganda is a time-honored, socially-acceptable method of sharing your religion with the world, and we Pastafarians are happy to be part of this tradition.
Here you’ll find a collection of materials you’re welcome to use/modify/distribute to your heart’s content. The only thing I and the original artists featured here ask is that you do not use these materials for anything you’re selling.
And we need your help – we’re always looking to add the collection, as well as for good propaganda distribution stories to put up on the site. You can contact me here.
Scroll down the page to see everything or use these links to jump directly to the section you want:
Convert the masses with propaganda flyers. Whether you are distributing them en masse to the public, or keeping a few on hand to swap with any Jehovah’s Witnesses that stop by, these are what you’re looking for. The flyer is the crack rock of propaganda.
Thanks to our friend James Dunbar for this:
P1. The Flying Spaghetti Monster is a being which has every perfection.
P2. Existance is a perfection.
P3. Therefore, the Flying Spaghetti Monster exists.
Tell the Children the Truth
New – 11/9/06 – thanks to e-duardo.
By Pastafarian Mitch, a pirate edit of a classic:
Created by Sara:
These brochures are in pdf format, 8.5″ x 11″, double sided. To save, right click on the link and save to disk. Print them out and convert the masses.
This is a great idea. Huge posters can be made cheap and easy by printing out rasterized images. E.g., a 66″ x 51″ poster is printed from 36 sheets of 8.5″x11″ paper.
As an example, check out this 36-page FSM Mural posted in the dorm living room window panes facing the activities hall at Pitt Greensburg.
(Thanks to Brendon for doing this.)
You can make your own giant rasterized images using the Rasterbator.
Or, here you’ll find a few ready-made rastorized images. They’re in .pdf format. Click to download:
Print them out, assemble with copious amounts of scotch tape (or possibly duct-tape depending on your mood), and post the thing where everyone will see it. Send me pictures/videos if it’s particularly impressive.
Embed on your page with the following code:
Or this one: with this code:
Or maybe this one: with this code:
And another: with this code: