posted on Feb, 13 2006 @ 06:29 PM
I bought the soul of my old penpal from Idaho about a year ago, mostly as a joke. My certificate was much larger than that though. It was about a page
long and covered basically every technicality, including the ability for them to choose to buy their soul back for the original price, as long as they
weren't sick, or otherwise expecting to die soon.
Ahh I found the old word document. Here is is:
Official Soul Transfer Document
I, (Their full name), hereby agree to relinquish the ownership of my immortal soul into the keeping of (My full name) at the end of my
natural life span. I furthermore give to him all the rights and privileges and freedoms entitled to my soul. I understand that (My full name)
will not hasten the final execution of this release and will wait for me to die naturally.
This Pact binds me to (My full name) in a manner that is irrevocable. I fully understand the consequences of the signing of this most unholy
pact; I proceed willfully, cognizant of my coming privileges and debts. I furthermore promise to fulfill my debt punctually and without resistance,
nor will I pray nor plead for my soul in any way, nor attempt to have others plead in my behalf. I confirm this in this covenant more tightly knit
than the bonds of life and death. I understand that this contract is irrevocable, effective eternally, and all sales are final. There are no refunds
or exchanges. I may not sell my soul a second time or give in any way to any other party. By signing this document, I agree that I have not previously
sold my soul to any other party. However, (My full name) reserves the rights to use the soul for any purpose which he sees fit, and retains the
right to resell the soul, or rid himself of it in the case that it becomes a burden rather than a gift.
The Willful Return Clause: At any time, I may re-buy my soul for the original price paid, as long as I am in perfect health. My soul may not be
repurchased on my deathbed, in cases of any serious illness, and may not be re-bought by healthy friends for the task of returning it to me.
Soul Donor Signature
Soul Reciever Signature
Soul Transfer Document © Yarcofin, 2004-ish.
I think I paid $3.41 CAN for this one. One toonie, one loonie, one quarter, one dime, one nickel, and one penny. I'm up for buying another one if
anybody is selling, heh.
PS: I am not the devil
Ah the good ol' Simpsons episode where Bart sells his soul to Milhouse.
If I were a saint, I'd buy it and then give it to God .. sign it over
and put it in the collection plate at Church or something
.. like you sign the back of a check.
Lmao. Somebody should flood the collection plate with souls one day, even if they are all just fictional it would still be awesome. I'd love to see
the looks on their face.
Ah, is there any level of spiritual indecency us humans won't go to?
[edit on 13-2-2006 by Yarcofin]