Monthly Archives: August 2016


Discordianism Meets Ufology (Part 00003)

Robert Anton Wilson (RAW) explored the UFO mystery over the years and one of his earliest writings on the topic appeared in the May 1975 Berkeley Barb entitled “Awaiting The News from Galactic Central” about a story then circulating which … Continue reading

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August 2016 Eris of the Month: Eris Arrives At Festival 23

Check out this Discordian 360° YouTube on your phone or in your browser to be encircled by Eris in all her chaotic (and naked) glory as She arrives at Festival 23. Send us your Eris of the Month Club submissions … Continue reading

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Greg Hill’s Emperor Norton Poster

I recently received an email from John Lumea, President of the San Francisco-based nonprofit, The Emperor’s Bridge Campaign, inquiring about an Emperor Norton poster that’s part of their digital archive. John discovered this poster at an online archive for The … Continue reading

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Cosmic Trigger Online Reading Group, Week 19

Thanks to Charles Faris for inviting me take the helm for this week’s Cosmic Trigger reading. I ended up writing a lot more than I’d initially intended… but sometimes that happens! (I blame it on the Dog Days.) We pick … Continue reading

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Boy Howdy! Hail Eris! Discordianism Meets Creem Magazine

Back in my wayward youth—in my mid-teens in the mid-70s—when I was knee-deep into heavy metal bands like Blue Oyster, Black Sab, Deep Purp, Led Zep, et al., the go-to publications for me were Creem and Circus magazines but not … Continue reading

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