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The letters of St. Ron to the Trekkians are the foundation of Star Trek canon and the most important documents stored at Memory Alpha.

Jonathan Archer once famously wiped T'Pol's bottom with his copy of the canon while Chuck "Trippy" Tucker watched. (ENT: "Killing a Franchise")

Decried by the elderly Emperor Spock as heresy, even mentioning St. Ron or his letters in the evil universe results in the offender being locked in a room with the two most annoying people known. (TOS: "Brained Spock"; DS9: "7 years bad luck")

Noted vegetarian William T. Riker once remarked that "47 out of 50 people wonder why I never took a promotion, but Ron's letters explained that my beard was the only thing keeping the series going." He added, "Too bad they had me shave it." (TNG: "Cobra Commander Stops By"; Star Trek: Indiscretion)

Benjamin Sisko once wrote a lengthy letter to St. Ron, but deleted it before it was sent. (DS9: "Batman Quote")

Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the USS Voyeur had a hard time keeping to St. Ron's prophecies while stuck in the Delta Quadrant, but every time they didn't either Harry or Janeway died, so it was OK in the end. (Star Trek: Voyager official handbook)

The Book of Abrams is clearly apocryphal, and was only intended to be a retcon of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace anyways. (Star Trek)

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