Because of this, humans have created alternative names by which to call their grand master—His Savoriness, the Noodle in the Sky, the Saucy Master, and simply referring to Him and His Noodly Appendage—instead of attempting to use His glorious name.

Apparently, some sects believe that a "Noodle by any other Name is not the same." For example, consider the SPAMites who believe that invoking the wrong name will be punished with eternal shelf-life among generic unbranded noodles. This conduct code centers around the Flying Spaghetti Monster and its parts.

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Chris Carter no longer has fingers because of his transgressions against His Noodliness The Smoking Man quit due to his disbelief in the Flying Spaghetti Monster. In the true version, the vast network of Flying Spaghetti Monsterists as found to be responsible for everything imaginable (including even the aliens and any plot holes).

He was consequently diagnosed with eminemitis, died, reborn, and cast into a silent role in the movie Dogma. However, in the broadcast version, Flying Spaghetti Monsterists are shown to not actually exist, in addition to the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Indeed any diet over rich in pasta is an insult to the Holy FSM as such diet is monotonous and not tasty.

Image of His Noodliness as featured in an episode of "The X-Files"Flying Spaghetti Monsterists, and much of the Flying Spaghetti Monster lore have been featured in an episode of "The X-Files", entitled "A Mess of Meatballs." In this episode, the now famous "I Want To Believe" poster was modified by the Flying Spaghetti Monster, prompting investigation by Mulder.

Such sects are considered dangerous by mainstream Pastafarians, though as Madera Allen has said, "Some sects is better than none." Flying Spaghetti Monsterism operates on several core principles, most of which can be summed up by the ever-present abbreviation, WWFSMD? His Monsterness also encourages scurvy, to a small degree, amongst his followers.

If a follower is capable of such control and sacrifice (not to be confused with saucrifice) demonstrated by maintaining a c-free lifestyle, it really shows dedication to His Noodliness.

This part of the Flying Spaghetti Monster gives it flight, allowing it to span infinite distances in infinitesimal spans of time.

This part is irreducibly complex, hyper-real (see Weird Calculus), and cannot be broken down into components.

“Let us sing praise to the Flying Spaghetti Monster, for He is a loving God.

Of His might and dominion, there is no compare; of His mercy and deliciousness, there is no equal.

Although the Flying Spaghetti Monster does in fact have a True Name, it is so beautiful and so difficult to pronounce by humans that it kills not only whoever attempts to utter it, but also everyone within 3.7614 miles (6.0534 kilometers)—this radius is doubled when one attempts to write or type His name.