The Cult of Kek is the official religion of the Republic of Kekistan. The Cult of Kek follows the one true god Kek and his prophet Pepe.
ScripturesThe Book of Kek Is a collection of Ancient Scriptures from the prophet Pepe, It is the official holy book of Kekism. The book tells the story of Keks People and their future. It was rediscovered by Ethnic Keks in 2016 as the ShitLord uprising began, telling of the prophecy of Trump the ShitLord Saviour.
Its has reunited a fractured diaspora people who have forgotten their history, redirecting they ethnic proclivity for Memetics to War against SJW and the Alt Right. Many have returned to their Pagan ways.The Gilgamesh Epic Is one of the most well know Stories of Kekism.
PracticesFollowers of the faith practice their faith in many ways, as there are no mandated practises for them. Among the most common practises are posting pictures of the deity (Pepe) and downloading them to save these pictures in collections. Some followers are estimated to have far beyond 10.000 of such pictures stored away. Some followers also create their own image of Pepe, which is praised as the highest form art. Among followers it is common knowledge that creating pictures of their god pleases him. Reading The Book of Kek and quoting it is a common practice and a very honorable one.
Symbols and meanings Edit
There are many symbols within the faith, the main one being the portrait of an expressive frog also known as Pepe. Pepe is the ultimate symbol of the religion of Kek and encompasses the faith as a whole. The religion is a very iconographic one and devote followers prostrate in front of Pepe to achieve enlightenment.
The sound 'reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee' is also of incredible significance and is believed to be the sound which gave life to the universe. The sound is uttered at the beginning of acts of worship and allows followers to focus their mind on the divine (almighty Kek pbuh).
Holy City (Kekstantinople) Edit
Although Kekistani political life centers on Kekopolis, the spiritual capital of Kekistan is Kekstantinople. Today she is comprised of several suburbs built up since the 1940's and at her center is the eternal 'Old-City' which dates back to Kekistan's ancient origins. The Old City of Kekstantinople houses the three most important KEK temples and their sacred icons; these are the Temple of KEK, the Temple of PEPE, and the smaller (but no less significant) PEK Chapel.