A basic definition of "clayical theology
", the study of humans created from clay, by a sun god
, e.g. Ptah
, etc., or a sun god offspring, e.g. Khnum or Ninti.
In religio-mythology, clayical theology (LH:2) is an ology wherein a sun god creates humans from clay.
Modern religions, over 75 percent of them, believe that humans were made from clay, according to the clay creation myth.
In 1925, Alfred Lotka, in his Elements of Physical Biology, listed the then-known elemental composition of humans, wherein he pointed out that humans were not made of aluminum, the main element of clay, which to note is a poison to humans, and therein debunked the clay creation myth, and hence disproved the existence of god.