From the Whittenburg Door:
Jedi Religion in 2,000 Years
In the 2001 Australian national census, 70,509 people marked â€œJediâ€ as their religion. In New Zealand, it was 53,715. As this budding religion makes its way to the world, what struggles does it face in 2000 years?
Many Jedi will recognize the old Jedi Testament consisting of New Hope, Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi as the only real scripture. Others will insist that the New Jedi Testament, consisting of Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Reenge of the Sith, is just as valid.
In an area called Qumran II (formerly known as Skywalker Ranch), a young goat herder will discover a video called the Star Wars Holiday Special about the holiday season with Chewbacca and his family. Featured in the film are Harvey Korman, Bea Arthur, Harrison Ford, James Earl Jones, and Jefferson Starship.
Aurguments break out as to the authenticity of the work and its validity as Jedi scripture.
Some Jedi are not granted the rank of Master because they condone the practice of slavery (They use Anakin and his mother as examples of how Lucas condoned slavery.) These split into a new group known as as the Southern Jedi Convention.
A group known as the Yoda Seminar will meet to vote on what Yoda actually did or did not say.
A senator, whose name will be Palpatine, Pressler, or Patterson, will
Many will argue whether or not the King Lucas Version is the only true version of scripture.