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The Haphazard Guide

Jesus JonesMyths, Religions, Mystical Claims, the Supernatural, Beings of Light, Hoaxes, Strange Science, Unyielding Dogma, Smoke and Mirrors, Wizards that Mutter and Peep, Ancient Scrolls, Bubbly Cauldrons, Mock Empathy, Elvis Devotees, Graveyard Antics, Wild Claims, Tribal Totems, Inquisitional Insight, Pointy Hats, Talking Dogs, Practical Jokes, and 23,000 Mutually-Exclusive Mutations of the Ever-Popular Myth of the Crucified Savior.Applewhite

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All links verified Friday,June 13, 2008

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DisclaimerThis list is in no particular order, so just have fun with it. (New paragraph.) Positive Atheism recognizes no difference between 'cults' and so-called legitimate religions. These groups exist. Period. Who can tell which are serious, which are only in it for the money, which are staging a complicated joke dressed up as a religion, or worse, forming a religion and making it appear, on the surface, to be little more than a cruel joke. (New paragraph.) Rest assured no hidden jokes were placed in this list. (New paragraph.) -Cliff Walker, publisherSpacer to Balance the Disclaimer (dot) Gee Eye Eff graphic

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Positive Atheism Magazine does not recommend any of these sites. Since no filtering software prevented you from reading this notice, we take it for granted that you are quite competent to take care of yourself in this regard: you certainly don't need our advice. We list these sites as a courtesy, hoping (possibly) to further enhance your enjoyment, awareness, and understanding. We also feature the "(PAM Pick!)" which indicates web sites that impressed us (the last time we visited). The "(PAM Pick!)" is a rater of Web sites, pointing to impressive uses of the Internet as a medium; the "(PAM Pick!)" speaks to the site owners' work, rather, it speaks mainly to the webmaster’s use of the Internet as a medium to accomplish that work.
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Cute Lil Devil, Ain't He!!!*** NOTE: If you find that one or more of these URL listings is out of date (i.e., if you've tried on several different days) please drop me a line  and I will investigate and, perhaps, hide the listing. Three asterisks (***) means that I have had trouble and am still investigating (read: still hoping). Some are simply matters of awaiting e-mail replies from the site owner over mistakes, etc.

We do not list sites which restrict access to their material for any reason. (This does not include log-in sites: just because we can't beat 'em doesn't mean we want to imitate 'em.) We do not list sites which treat certain readers differently from other readers (not responding to certain letter writers does not count). One example is, of course, the pay-to-enter site, including those who do this under the guise of "Members Only." Another example is (get this) the site that won't let you in if you use a certain brand of Internet browser. Another site, created by a stunningly arrogant specimen of self-flattery, shuttles the reader off to a special page containing a pompous lecture on the superiority of her web site over the site you just left -- the site whose link you clicked to get to her site! (Jeezis! What next!?). We do not list sites like this at all. If you see any such sites listed here, please contact us. For now, this does not include register-to-enter sites, simply because if we did, our Web Guide would be all of one page long. We nevertheless frown upon this and similarly intrusive Internet practices.

We do not link to (but reserve the right to list) web sites whose creators have copied and posted, without their permission and against their wishes, the hard-wrought online art and advocacy of our volunteers and our allies. Those who do this for prestige are as dispicable as those who are in it for the money. We recently expanded this ban in the creation of the Positive Atheism Dark Mark. Those who have earned the Positive Atheism Dark Mark have, in our view, earned the contempt of any who practice the ethical philosophy of Positive Atheism described on our web site. These have gone out of their way to be uncooperative; it's this added arrogance that is the reason for the Dark Mark, not the use of the material. We have no reason to think that "there's magic in the air," that there's a Supernatural Sugar-Daddy spooning out sweets and delicacies to His chosen few. But do not sit and wonder why so very few people take the message of atheistic self-sufficiency seriously -- not when a handful of atheists turn around and behave as if the hard work and precious possessions of their allies are theirs for the taking.

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Listings on this page certainly do not imply endorsement by Cliff Walker or Positive Atheism.
Just have fun with it:  that's all it's for, okay?