Religious Tat: August 2002 Archives

August 25, 2002

Bargain of the Day: Chi condoms

A new condom which vibrates by drawing on the body's own energy, ki (chi), is selling well in Japan. A representative of marketing company Ii Project told the Shukan Post:

Various substances emit vibrating waves. These create an extremely weak energy, which we think is how ki manifests itself. As each of these substances has its own fixed pattern of throbbing, we have learned that throwing them all together creates a variety of influences. These substances quivering together have given the vibrating condom some amazing features. We've had some customers tell us how it has given them greater staying power or permitted greater sensation.

New vibrating condom unlocks the power of kiMDN WaiWai, August 24th 2002.

August 23, 2002

Bargain of the Day: Jesus watches

London-based Jesus Watches is a Holy Ghost filled Christian Company, which was formed in January 2001, to promote and further the work of GOD in this world. Their watches range in price from a very reasonable £14.99 to a much more painful £520.

As a Christian organisation, we have set up to spread the gospel and these quality attractive watches act as a Christian witness to bring many to JESUS, from elegant watches to multi-functional chronograph sports watches, JESUS WATCHES designs have captured the world, Christendom, men and women's imagination. Utilising the highest calibre movement from around the world including Switzerland, France and Japan, constructed from the finest materials, JESUS WATCHES offer unquestioned quality and reliability at affordable prices.

You can also buy pens and calculators marked with the company's J3SUS logo. (via Jesus Museum)

August 21, 2002

Bargain of the Day: Groovy T-shirts

BioResonant Chakra Shirts might look like groovy psychedelic T-shirts to you, but they're special:

What is Bioresonance? In bio-resonant garments, vibrations of light (colors) are scientifically tuned and combined in an effort to resonate with electro-photonic bio-emissions of the human body, of which body heat is a part of. Multi-color patterns worn directly on skin seem to cause considerable stimulation and coherent improvement of our bio-emissions, as measured by bio-electrography, which is the phenomenon that Dr. Chalko calls bio-resonance.

Black might be flattering, but it's bad for your health: wearing black creates weakening and fragmenting of our electro-photonic bio-energy field... wearing and promoting black clothes seems to be an act against human Nature and well being.

August 4, 2002

Bargain of the Day: Holy socks

The latest offering from the Religious Tat department comes from a Scottish company—Holy Socks. Did you know that there are more than 600 references to feet and walking in the Bible? With so many references to feet in the Bible, it seems logical that we have Holy Socks. Even though there are no references to socks in the Bible—would the Son of God commit such a fashion faux pas as wearing socks with sandals?

At Holy Socks we design and sell socks with Biblically inspired motifs. We've got Daniel & his Lions, Jonah and the Whale, Crook and Sheep design. To see our selection of designs and sizes click on the foot button below. Our sizes range from Children's 9-12 to adult large size and we have recently added a Baby Holy Sock.

As well as ordering the socks, the site features a special Holy Sock song, downloadable as an MP3:

As Jesus kneels to wash the feet
Of those who love his name
So may we too
Give feet their due
And Holy Socks a home

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