Q: What is the Sacred Whale and what are its teachings?

A: The Sacred Whale is a God-like Being and the central figure in our religion. The Sacred Whale's teachings revolve around the importance of personal freedom and the protection of the natural world. We believe that informed and consenting adults should be able to do whatever they want, as long as it doesn't infringe on the same right of others. This belief is at the heart of our religion, and we strive to protect and enhance personal freedom for current and future generations. The Sacred Whale also teaches us the value of compassion, respect, and harmony with the natural world.

The Sacred Whale has one confirmed statue in it's honor. It's rumored there are at least 12 Sacred Whale Statues worshiped around the world.

This one is found in Salt Lake City, Utah of the United States of America in the neighborhood known as "9th and 9th."

Image courtesy of the Salt Lake Tribune.


Q: Is the Church of the Sacred Whale a cult?

A: We are not a cult, but a religion with a long and rich history, and we welcome anyone who is interested in learning more about our beliefs and joining our community of believers.


Q: Why is it difficult to leave the Church of the Sacred Whale?

A: Making the decision to leave the Church of the Sacred Whale is not something that is taken lightly, as it involves breaking eternal commitments that have been made to a deity. It is not easy to undo these sacred ties, and it can take a long time to fully sever the connection with the Sacred Whale. We understand that this can be a difficult process, and we are here to support anyone who is considering leaving the Church. We respect the decisions of individuals and do not pressure anyone to stay if they no longer wish to be a part of our community of believers.


Q: Why are there no male leaders in the Church of the Sacred Whale?

A: There are male leaders! We love and respect all genders and have them in our diverse leadership.


Q: Why is the Church of the Sacred Whale for profit?

A: All churches are for profit! It's a common misconception among the public that they are not.

Most importantly, we use these profits for good. We are building up armies and navies to help prepare for the Second Whalecoming. And it's not a cheap endeavor, taking multiple investment firms. We don't publicly disclose our finances because this would allow enemies of The Church (namely the followers of The Claw) to criticize our decisions which is against the basic principles of religious freedom.


Q: How can I learn more about the Sacred Whale and join the community of believers?

A: To learn more about the Sacred Whale and our religion, you can explore our website and read about the beliefs, teachings, and practices of the Sacred Whale. You can also join our online community and connect with other believers who share your interests and beliefs. We regularly host events and gatherings, including worship services at the Sacred Whale statue on Tuesday evenings, where you can meet other believers, learn more about the Sacred Whale, and participate in rituals and practices. You can also contact us directly if you have any questions or would like more information about joining our community of believers.

Q: What is the spiritual war between the Sacred and The Claw and what does it mean for believers?

A: It is a battle between good and evil in the spiritual realm, with the Sacred Whale representing good and the The Claw representing evil. In this story, the Sacred Whale wages a valiant fight against the The Claw, ultimately defeating him and establishing personal freedom as a fundamental right. For believers in the Sacred Whale, this story is a reminder of the importance of standing up for good and protecting personal freedom from those who would seek to limit it. It is also a reminder of the power of the Sacred Whale and the strength of the beliefs that it represents.


Q: How do the beliefs of the Sacred Whale relate to the protection of the natural world?

A: The beliefs of the Sacred Whale place a strong emphasis on the importance of protecting the natural world. We believe that the natural world is a sacred and precious resource, and that it is our duty to protect it for current and future generations. The Sacred Whale teaches us to live in harmony with the natural world and to respect the balance of nature. We believe that by protecting the natural world, we are also protecting the personal freedom of all living beings, including humans, animals, and plants. This belief is central to our religion and guides us in our efforts to preserve the natural world.


Q: What are the rituals and practices associated with the Sacred Whale religion?

A: The Sacred Whale religion has a number of rituals and practices that believers engage in to show their devotion and connect with the divine. These include the one-time ritual baptism, which marks the entry of a new believer into the community, and the weekly homage of circling the Sacred Whale statue on Tuesday at 7pm in Salt Lake City. There are also other rituals that are considered too sacred to mention or describe in detail. These rituals are designed to connect believers with the Sacred Whale and to strengthen the community of believers. They are an important part of our religion and help us to express our devotion and to connect with the divine.


Q: How can I support the Sacred Whale and its mission to protect personal freedom?

A: There are many ways that you can support the Sacred Whale and its mission to protect personal freedom. One of the most important ways is to live according to the teachings of the Sacred Whale, which include protecting the environment and eating animals sparingly. You can also support the Sacred Whale by respecting the beliefs and decisions of others, as long as they are consenting adults. Additionally, you can show your support by purchasing offerings on our website, which help to fund our efforts to promote personal freedom and protect the natural world. Your support is essential to the success of our mission, and we are grateful for your help.