Category Archives: discordianism


Chaos in the UK: From the KLF to Reclaim the Streets

Discordianism is the most influential parody religion you’ve never heard of. However, the half-century old “joke disguised as a religion” is experiencing something of a resurgence, with events such as Daisy Eris Campbell’s Cosmic Trigger play and the ‘Find the … Continue reading

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March Eris of the Month 2018: Dwarf Planet Eris with Moon Dysnomia

This month’s entry for Eris of the Month is the solar system’s largest Dwarf Planet, Eris, “holding” its moon Dysnomia (daughter of Eris) as the Apple of Discord. This amazing composite photo courtesy of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and the … Continue reading

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5 Years Ago: Brenton Clutterbuck visits the Discordian Archives

Five years ago (Hail, Eris! for the Law of Fives!) Brenton Clutterbuck began his mission to visit and interview Discordians around the world for his soon to be released book Chasing Eris. Here are a few pics and clips of … Continue reading

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February Eris of the Month 2018: DC Comics Ares (not Eris) of New Earth

CORRECTION: Some quick sloppy Internet research (is there any other kind?) by me got this Eris of the Month a little muddled. The above image is not of Eris, but Ares, God of War, brother to Eris. And from a … 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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Chaos Reigns! 3184 Year of Our Lady of Discord: Happy Bogey’s Day

Once more we’ve Flat Earthed around-the-sun to the tune of pure confoundment fuddledom and confusions. Trippy YOLD, y’all… and Happy Bogey’s Day! Sweetmorn Chaos 1st, YOLD 3184 Camden Benares’ List of Discordian Holidays

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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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Ave Eris, Gratia Plena: The Pasts of Discordian Christmas

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. Bless … Continue reading

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