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Pokemoneism

New religion about pokemon
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Elias Hartman

on 10 November 2012

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Pokemoneism The worship of Pikachu, the sacred Electric pokemon The God: Pikachu. The holy pokemon bearing thunder is his lightning tail. His idea's were held by the prophet Ash. Ash carries Pikachu with something called a pokeball which can hold an unbelievable amount of weight. Ash is known all around the world for his knowledge of not just Pikachu but of all pokemon He looks like this: Pikachu Ash and Pikachu together Together Ash and Pikachu are unbeatable. They have defeated every other pokemon trainer who has crossed their paths. They are worshiped by the followers of pokemoneism. GOD HOLIDAY'S AND FESTIVALS One Holiday is called "Defeats Four Day." It celebrates the day when Ash defeated the Pokemon Champion, his rival Gary Oak. The holiday gets it's name because before he got to Gary he faced a group of trainers called "The Elite Four" From that day on, the anniversary of that day became a holiday where the followers of Pokemoneism create decorations resembling the event. vs. Gary (Left) Ash (Right) Holiday symbol: Another Holiday is called: "The Week of Training." It celebrated the time after Ash defeated all of the eight gyms. When he trained until he was ready for "The Elite Four." The followers of Pokemoneism pay tribute to Ash and Pikachu by only doing the essential. They eat one meal (of their choice) a day. "The Week of Training" lasts for a week
near the end of the year. Holiday Symbol: It resembles the wild grass that Pikachu used to train. It resembles Gary's pokeball
dropping to the floor after being
defeated by Ash. Pokeball A third holiday is called: "Receiving Day." It celebrates when Ash received his very first Pokemon, the god, Pikachu. Ash did not know of the powers that Pikachu has and it was a miracle to him. The Pokemoneists (followers of Pokemoneism) celebrate "Receiving Day" by giving out presents to everyone they know. This is one of the most well-known and most celebrated holidays of Pokemoneism. Ash First seeing Pikachu: Holiday Symbol: SACRED CITY Pikachu was first found in a town called Pallet Town in the Kanto Region Ash was also born in Pallet Town with his family The Pokemoneists made their pilgrimage in Pallet Town but also all over the Kanto Region Pokemoneism is now popular all across the world. Pallet Town Map of the Pokemon World Places Of Worship The places of worship in Pokemoneism are called Battle Gyms. Originally the Battle Gyms were a place for the ultimate trainers to battle the challengers. After Ash defeated them they became places of worship A Gym looks like this: Inside Outside The person leading the service is called a "Pragnum." Pragnums often devote their lives to pokemon all together Pragnum During "Defeats Four Day" services go on in the middle of the day from about 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Often, in gyms, on that day the kids make decorations at home or in the Battle Gym depending on how religious his/her family is. During "The Week of Training" the services are every day from about 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. It's tradition to make that week very relaxing. School is out for a whole week in every school in the Kanto Region. During "Receiving Day" services last all day from about 5:00 a.m. until 7:15 p.m. There is a lunch break at 12:45 though. Most Pokemoneists leave after lunch so they can spent time with their family's. There is always people in the gym though. Religious text On a normal day, services start at about 8:30 a.m. until 12:45. a.m. The congregation normally have lunch in the gym. Pragnums read from a book called "The Pokedex" A Pokedex has the names of pokemon Many Pokemoneists have a copy of the pokedex at home. There are two different types of pokedexes. There are regional pokedexes and national pokedexes The Regional Pokedexes have pokemon from that specific regions, e.g. Kanto has Pikachu, Hoenn has Torchic.

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