mongerian equivalent of Plato, only fictionalized. originated in the publication of "Patriarchy: The Case of the Gent". In character, he was able to see the complex inner-workings of the universe to which the human or mind's eye could not ever see; was known for his trademark pigtails and purple, cessated, sparkle-covered genitalia; today, is known in the traditional folktale "Supra", where he would hover the earths atmosphere on the tail of a comet, waiving at passerbys in cold, frigid nights once every 200 years in mid-December; his original maiden name was "Elyipshunweisre Blanuk" in "Patriarchy"
generally told to children that "If you are caught playing with your genitalia outside, Cosmic Christ will strike them away with lightning", in order to deter children from enjoying pleasurable sexual experiences outside at too young an age, similar to, por ejemplo, "The Boogie Man" or "The Toothfairy"; simply a fictional character used as a scare tactic.
von gregg m 30. Juli 2006