As just about everyone knows, a whole bunch of people occasionally perform mass “sacrifices” of humans, usually to attempt to demonstrate some point or other. Typically it’s some goofball trying to show they’re a sani sabik. Or occasionally some wackjob who claims to be a loyal Amarr subject, and the action is about demonstrating something to the Minmatar.
Now, there’s a point to be made here about the availability of slaves to the capsuleer market, when capsuleers have repeatedly demonstrated their complete and utter unsuitability in the role of slave owner.
But I’m not going to make that point. Because it’s been made elsewhere.
Instead, what I am about to explain, is why the notion of such ridiculous “sacrifices” is in fact offensive to the Red God.
Imagine if you will, a church organ. Now, an organ is a very loud and powerful instrument, capable of making the air itself shake when it is played. And so, when a hymn is played upon the organ, it glorifies God.
Now, imagine a fog horn, or indeed one of those miniature horns attached to a can of compressed air, that sports fans make nuisances of themselves with. It’s a loud, discordant, annoying noise.
So what does this have to do with mass human sacrifice, you think ? Well.
People are under the impression that mass human sacrifices glorify God in some way. As if they were like playing an organ, making a sound that the Red God finds pleasing.
But they are not. They are the equivalent of blowing a giant air horn. Producing a gigantic annoying noise that just really irritates everyone within earshot.
Thus, we can see that the “mass sacrifices” of slaves, typically by exploding a freighter crammed full of them, do in fact, simply annoy the Red God, rather than please them. And thusly, should be avoided by anyone wishing to glorify God in any way.
You’re more likely to attract the attention of Molok, or The Beast, by blowing your fog horn in that manner. And you don’t want that. You don’t want that at all.