Saturday, July 18, 2015

Church of England, on the Moon?

The Church of England may have been found, on the moon. Pictures suggest that the small and declining denomination has set up shop on the Earth's orbiting companion.

While some think that the Earth's moon is home to UFO space alien bases, others think that the diminutive Church of England is responsible for "on the square" crater anomalies.

According to one expert: 

"Skeptics that debunk the Church of England on the moon theories do not have the slightest idea what is going on up there, or why human beings have not traveled to the moon even though it is a point of interest for us not only because of its proximity but also because of the exploitable natural resources present on the moon."

Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who helped exploit oil and gas from Africa when working for Elf, was unavailable for comment.

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LL said...

If I recall my Harry Potter, the Arch Bishop only has to snap his fingers to transport himself from here to there. Why not the Moon?

Anonymous said...

Houston, we have a problem!

lukeya said...

Per ardua.....?

LSP said...

The CofE seems to have set up shop on the moon, LL. Let's see how long they survive on the lifeless planet.

LSP said...

Definitely, Anonymous!

LSP said...

I hesitate to parse the "ardua" that took the venerable CofE to the moon, Lukeya. But for sure, it took some effort.