A place to explore a new idea in the burgeoning realm of postmetaphysical spirituality: explicitly non-existent deities. Invented gods (or old gods with the attribute of existence removed) can serve us, and allow us to serve them, in interesting, unexpected ways. This site and the accompanying book draw from Twelve Step practice and literature, the postsecular movement in philosophy (Habermas, Charles Taylor, Rorty, etc.) and sociology of religion (Hans Joas, Jose Casanova, etc.), as well as older philosophers (William James, John Dewey, Kierkegaard, Spinoza, Wittgenstein). There will will be general discussion of self-transcendance and spirituality independent of super-natural forces, with a focus on the concept of non-existent gods, their use, and the clarity they bring to some fascinating, contemporary discourses.