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Witches, Frog-Gods, And The Deepening Schism Of Internet False Religions

In its four decades, the internet has seen a lot of conceptual alchemy, but there’s nothing quite so odd as the Cult of Kek. The maybe-maybe-not religion is the brainchild of the so-called alt-right, some of whom claim to believe not only in white supremacy, but also in the supremacy of an ancient Egyptian deity called Kek. The logic goes thusly: There’s Pepe the Frog, the unofficial mascot of the alt-right. There’s also an ancient (and real) Egyptian chaos-god named Kek who happened have a frog’s head. And then there’s “kek,” a World of Warcraft-derived word that became part of 4chan’s trolling toolbox. Alt-righties mashed the two things together to create the Cult of Kek, a catch-all ism that can invoke the power of Kek via “meme magic.” (READ MORE)


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