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Week 6 of the Illuminatus! Group Reading

And now yet more revelations of certain Erisian Mysteries in Week 6 of the Illuminatus! group reading… On page 54, 00005 (Of Her Majesty’s Secret Service) is introduced, otherwise known elsewhere in Illuminatus! as the character Fission Chips. 00005 is … Continue reading

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A Sampling of Discordian Society Phenomena and Cabalablia

Here’s a one-page double-sided flyer Greg Hill put out in June 1970 listing all the different Erisian cabals that had emerged during this juncture in Discordian history, which included RAW’s Adam Weishaupt chapter, Camden Benares’ St. Gulik Iconistary among other … Continue reading

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Kerry’s Bicycle Rider

Our previous post about Camden Benares’ Riding Buddha’s Bicycle reminded me of this short piece by Kerry Thornley regarding a bicycle rider from his youth. For some reason, this story has always resonated with me and, in many ways, I … Continue reading

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Camden Benares: Riding Buddha’s Bicycle

In the 1950s, John Albert Overton attended Georgia State University, where he earned an engineering degree, and—according to one source—“chased more black tail than anybody I ever heard of.” (This in a state where at the time black/white sexual relations … Continue reading

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The Discordian Sci-Fi Series That Almost Never Was

John F. Carr has just recently published the long ago written and much anticipated (at least by me!) first book in the Crying Clown series, A Certain Flair For Death (Amazon Kindle, Hardcover), a collaboration with his good friend and … Continue reading

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The Discordian Timeline of Chaos – Kerry Wendell Thornley

April 17, 1938: Kerry Thornley is born in Los Angeles to Kenneth and Helen Thornley. 1956: Kerry Thornley meets Greg Hill and Bob Newport while attending California High School (CalHi) in East Whittier, California. 1957: Kerry Graduates from CalHi. 1958: … Continue reading

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