Author Archives: Gorightly


A Rose is a McNabb by Any Other Name: More Puzzling Evidence from the Garrison Investigation Files!

Aside from Jim Garrison’s On The Trail of the Assassins (Amazon), the first book to address, in any depth, Kerry Thornley’s alleged role in the JFK assassination was Joe Biles’ In History’s Shadow: Lee Harvey Oswald, Kerry Thornley & the … Continue reading

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Help crowdfund a movie! THE HILL AND THE HOLE

Dear friends, Please spread the word on this Indiegogo launch for The Hill and the Hole, a film featuring yours truly as a wise-cracking sociopathic Freemasonic fry dough truck operator and cult leader! If everything goes as planned, you may … Continue reading

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My Five Discordian Rituals

Discordian Rituals take many forms. Here are my Five. Discordian Ritual #1 They can be lump free, chunky, or smooth textured. Many of us perform Discordian Rituals without even knowing. Case in point: as a hirsute, dope smoking teen—long before … Continue reading

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Emails from the Acidman

I recently received an email from a fellow named Ian Garlington, who goes by the handle of the Acidman. Ian wrote: …I did my doctoral research at Osaka University’s American Literature department on the influence of psychedelics on American sf … Continue reading

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An Issue of Discordianism: Psychedelic Press XXIII

The latest issue of Psychedelic Press (No. 23, synchronistically) is dedicated to Discordianism and psychedelics, and features an essay by yours truly entitled “Sex, Drugs and Discordia.” Other contributors include Nikki Wyrd, Havelock Ellis, John Constable aka John Crow, Ben … Continue reading

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January Eris of the Month 2018: Vintage 2014 Eris Chardonnay by Carneros Estate

Lots of chaotically wondrous things were happening in the world of Eris in 2014, such as Daisy Campbell’s Cosmic Trigger Play, which I had the good fortune of attending in merry old Liverpool on November 22, 2014. Not to mention … Continue reading

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December Eris of the Month 2017: Eris Xmas by PixalTrix

Check out PixalTrix’s DeviantArt page, Naughty X-mas Eris. Happy Holydays! Send us your Eris of the Month Club submissions (more info here) by using the form at the bottom of The MGT. page.

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Love is Alive and Well: The Stan Jamison Files

Among the more prodigious correspondents of the 1970s Discordian letter writing circle was a fellow named Stan Jamison (aka Coman Ra – Lt. Colonel, Commanding 1st Intergalactic Confederacy Advance Detail—Planet Shan) who was a rather enigmatic sort in that he … Continue reading

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A Preview of RAW Day Videos!

‘ Teaser for more videos and interviews to come from the RAW Day July 23, 2017 extravaganza.

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November Eris of the Month 2017: Golden Apple Corps Eris by Victoria Grimalkin

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