‘Yeezianity’ is a new religion that recognizes Kanye West as its savior

Religion believes that "Yeezus is the highest level living human being and he will help to usher in a New Age of humanity.”
By Evan Bleier   |  Jan. 17, 2014 at 12:22 PM
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He already got a currency named after him, now this…

After being treated like a saint by hip-hop heads because of his astute production skills, Kanye West has now inspired an actual religion -- Yeezianity.

According to the “Church of Yeezus,” West is a savior: “His real name is never to be spoken. He is known to us only as Yeezus. He has shown the modern world the creative potential of a human being and he serves as a model for behavior and ethic.”

Apparently they missed that whole thing with Taylor Swift at the VMAs a few years back.

There are Five Pillars of the church that are as follows:

1. All things created must be for the good of All 2. No human being’s right to express themselves must ever be repressed 3. Money is unnecessary except as a means of exchange 4. Man possesses the power to create everything he wants and needs 5. All human suffering exists to stimulate the creative powers of Man

Yeezianity’s founder took out a Craigslist ad to recruit followers but is choosing to remain anonymous at this time. In fact, all members of the religion are anonymous and are basically only recognizable by their shared belief that “Yeezus is the highest level living human being and he will help to usher in a New Age of humanity” -- and the photos they send in.

According to Yeezianity’s dogma:

"My Brothers and Sisters Some of us have had enough of this And my Brothers and Sisters Yeezus has had enough of this He is going to help free us of our bonds And usher us into a New Age Where we all control our own destinies This day of tyranny and oppression is near its end A brighter future is dawning if you open your eyes and look You Are a God Now let us break free of this slavery And Live Life As It Should Be!"


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