AD 420 - present
Kekhism has a long history dating back to the founding of civilization in the Middle East as the first person to make an ironic joke in an ancient Mesopotamian city was the first of the Kekistani; he left with his frogs to Mount Kekimanjaro. Kèk is the deification of primordial darkness in ancient Egyptian ogdoad cosmogony.
King Pepe of Shadilay made Kekhism the state religion in 420 AD, partly, in defiance of the Sassanid Empire, it seems, becoming the first officially Kekhist state. The kingdom was renamed to Kekistan, meaning Land of Kek in Persian. Kekistanis have long revered the frog as they believe Pepe the frog is a prophet of their deity Kèk.
After the fall of the Kingdom of Kekistan in 525 AD, most of Kekistan was incorporated as a marzpanate within the Sassanian Empire. Shah Shapur I ordered the extermination of the Kekistani people, eradicating 7/11ths of the population in what is known to historians as the Kekistani Genocide.
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