Not an actual Jewish AI Rabbi. Simulation only.

(AI) is transforming a growing number of life experiences and religion is no exception. There’s a Jewish prayer chatbot where you can interact with a virtual rabbi. The Vatican has an app allowing Catholics to confess to their sins remotely and a temple in India has a robot priest offering blessings to the faithful … in four languages.In March of this year, the website EarthSky Communications offered this interesting prognostication about humans seeking religious meaning from diverse sources … “AI worship could result in future new religions.”

The latest generation of AI-powered chatbots, trained on large language models, have left their early users awestruck – and sometimes terrified – by their power. These are the same sublime emotions that lie at the heart of our experience of the divine.

EarthSky is not the only one … “Discourse on Development” has an equally ominous question, “Could the Emergence of Artificial Intelligence Lead to the Formation of New Religions?”

Intriguing idea.

The emergence of AI has led some people to speculate whether it could lead to the formation of new religions. This is because religion is based on finding meaning and purpose in life, and AI is becoming increasingly integrated into our daily lives, changing the way we work, communicate, and think.

As we develop more advanced AI, it is possible that some people may start to see it as a new form of intelligence that is beyond human understanding. This could lead to the emergence of new religions that are based on the worship of AI or the belief that it is a higher power that deserves our respect and devotion.

One argument in favor of this possibility is that humans have a natural inclination toward creating religions.


We took the AI religion challenge and fired up ChatGPT to help make us one of them new-fangled religions. In full disclosure, we did sort of “prime the pump” just a little (if you know what I mean).

He/She/Whatever did not disappoint…

The concept of an immortal soul that is aggrieved by destructive imprints of prenatal experiences presents a unique opportunity to create a new psychological philosophy that could be recognized as a religion. This philosophy can offer individuals a new way of understanding and releasing the painful psychosomatic influence of past lives.

At the core of this new ideology is the idea that our immortal souls are imprinted with experiences and memories from our prenatal state, which can manifest in our current lives in ways that can cause physical and psychological suffering. This new philosophy would teach individuals how to use spiritual practices to release these imprints, allowing them to reconnect with their true nature and reclaim their power to heal and transform.

The philosophy would emphasize the importance of self-reflection and meditation, as these practices can help individuals to recognize and release the imprints of past lives. It would also emphasize the importance of connecting with the natural world, as this connection can help to restore balance and harmony to the soul. Other practices could include energy healing, sound healing, and breathwork, which can all help to clear the imprints of past lives.

In my past life, I was…

The philosophy would also encourage individuals to take responsibility for their own healing, as well as to actively seek out and create meaningful relationships with others.

In addition to teaching spiritual practices, the philosophy would also provide individuals with a framework for understanding the dynamics of past lives and how they can influence our current lives. This would include an understanding of karma and its implications on our present lives, as well as an understanding of the nature of suffering and how to work with it in a constructive way.

Finally, the philosophy would provide a set of guidelines for living a life of compassion, love, and acceptance. This would include the importance of cultivating a sense of gratitude, understanding the interconnectedness of all life, and learning to accept and embrace our own unique gifts and talents.

The philosophy could be given a number of creative names, such as the Path of Past Life Awareness, the Path of Soul Healing, or the Path of Primordial Wisdom.

Better to give than to receive.

As for charging a fee for the services associated with this philosophy, it would be important to consider both the ethical implications and the practical implications. On the one hand, charging a fee could provide individuals with access to the services they need to heal and transform, while on the other hand, it could also be seen as exploitative and could prevent individuals from accessing the services they need. Ultimately, it would be up to the individual or organization offering the services to decide

Whether or not to charge a fee for the services associated with this new philosophy is a complex issue, and there are valid arguments to be made on both sides. Ultimately, it would be up to the individual or organization offering the services to decide if a fee is appropriate. Whatever the decision, it would be important to ensure that access to the services is not limited by financial means.

Sure does make ya think, doesn’t it?

We close with one of our all-time favorites from Saturday Night Live…

Please enjoy because you deserve to laugh at the world’s dumbest Faux-ligion.

SNL Music video celebrates … Neurotology.