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Doctor Who thing of the day: The Whovian Prayer

This would probably be considered totally blasphemous, if I believed in that sort of thing:
The Whovian Prayer

The text:

The Whovian Prayer

Our Time Lord who art in TARDIS, the Doctor be thy name. The Silence comes and Demons Run on Earth as it was in Gallifrey. Save us this day from the Weeping Angels, and prevent Cybermen from upgrading all of us as we prevent Sontarans from conquering the planet. Lead us not into the Vashta Nerada, but deliver us from Daleks. Thine is the TARDIS, the bowties, and fezzes forever and ever. Allons-y.

The artistic presentation is by Emmylyn-24 on deviantArt. A couple of variations are knocking around on tumblr, but no one seems to know where this originated. As usual. Is it so hard to credit people, people? *sigh*

Thanks to Paul for the heads-up.

(If you stumble across a cool Doctor Who thing, feel free to email me with a link.)



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  • Ide Cyan

    I really dislike this religiosity converging with Doctor Who, from Tinkerbell Jesus Dobby Doctor to this.

  • Dr. Rocketscience

    That’s really terrible. Not because it might be blasphemous, cause fuck them. It’s just awkward and badly phrased.

  •  I would start “Our Doctor, who art in TARDIS, unknown be thy name.”

  • Have often thought that ‘lead us not into temptation’ is odd wording. It does imply that if we are tempted it is God’s fault for leading us there and we shouldn’t be to blame for our actions.

  • Melissa Cheran

    Its no worse than little Amelia praying to Santa.  I think its cute.  

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