Thought I’d share this semi-recent addition to the Discordian Archives, courtesy of my pal Mike Marinacci, who came across it in a collection of anarchist materials he purchased a few months back at a book sale in Berkeley, CA. As long time readers will be aware, Jesse Sump was one of Kerry Thornley‘s Discordian personas.
Using his Discordian persona of the Honorable Rev. Jesse Sump, on this day in Discordian history, Kerry Thornley penned one of his most cutting social commentaries in the form of a letter to a certain Rev. Stanley in Atlanta, GA.
The following article is yet another draft excerpt from my forthcoming book Chasing Eris. The book documents my worldwide adventure to experience modern Discordian culture, meet its personalities, and discover elusive Erisian mysteries. —Brenton Clutterbuck One of the Saints of Discordia (and saints do not have to be dead, agreed upon or even have […]
Items from the Discordian Archives will appear on this historical timeline as they become available… —1959— Greg Hill – The Complete Art of Collecting Belly-Button Lint —1960— Apocalypse: A Trade Journal For Doom Prophets —1961— Recently Discovered Poems by Greg Hill: ‘TO THE HUMAN RACE,’ ‘SYNDROME,’ etc. —1962— Kerry Thornley and […]