Category Archives: discordianism


March 30: This Day in Discordian History

I recently stumbled upon this oddity in the Discordian Archives, an obscure publication called The National Informer dated March 30, 1969. And no, this wasn’t a Discordian gag as far as I can tell, but an actual magazine or newsletter … Continue reading

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March Eris of the Month 2020 – The Green Egg Eris by F Mch Adams

Our March Eris of the Month was literally ripped from the pages of The Green Egg, Vol IX, No. 70 to be exact, an illustration accompanying a Robert Anton Wilson article entitled “Racism, Sexism and Evolution,” which you can view … Continue reading

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February Eris of the Month 2020 – Malaclypse’s Valentine’s Eris

Eris comes to us in many guises (“my father’s house has many mansions”), sometimes even in the form of St. Valentine’s Day cards, such as the one we see here sent to the founding father of the Discordianism, none other … Continue reading

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FNORDS WE MISSED THE FIRST TIME: 2019 Andy Borowitz Article: Eris, Greek Goddess of Chaos, Confirms That She Wanted Trump to Be President

A year ago today, the idiot self-proclaimed ‘satirist,’ Andy Borowitz, a low-level employee of The New Yorker, for the first time ever finally composed some placeholder copy that was almost coy and mildly humorous. The New Yorker, presumably for a … Continue reading

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January Eris of the Month 2020 – Eris Goddess of Strife by Elaneith

Found Eris at artist Elaneith’s Renderosity account. 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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Happy Sol.Day RAW!

Learn more about Robert Anton Wilson and his antics and beliefs.

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The Epistles of Thomas the Gnostic

Among the more obscure Early Discordians was Tom McNamara aka Thomas the Gnostic, who was not only of the Erisian persuasion, but also a member of the Bavarian Illuminati, and a participant in Operation Mindfuck as demonstrated in the letter … Continue reading

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December Eris of the Month 2019 – Eris Gluten Fnord by azne_valentina

Eris Gluten Fnord submitted by azne_valentina. 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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KERRY XMAS!

Discordianism is well-known to tolerate the traditional holidays and holydays of other delusional systems of belief and Christmas is no exception. To demonstrate, here are some festive reason-for-the-season articles from the Discordian Archives about the pasts of Discordian Christmas. Eris … Continue reading

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The Sordid Saga of Sam’s Cafe

Perhaps the most notorious Discordian Jake ever perpetrated—or at least the one that received the most national media attention—was cooked up by a Discordian cabal called “Sam’s Cafe,” a three person art collective consisting of the husband and wife team … Continue reading

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