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October Eris of the Month 2018: Spare Change Eris by Kerry Thornley

Our Eris of the Month was lifted from a Kerry Thornley notebook, probably circa mid-80s. The Sacred Chao with legs (bottom-left) was an illustration by our friend Roldo that Kerry pasted on this Erisian collage in homage to our Lady … Continue reading

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September Eris of the Month 2018: Robot Eris by Noriyoshi Ohrai

Robot Eris by Noriyoshi Ohrai. 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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August Eris of the Month 2018: Eris MickeyMickey by Roscoe Dogbone

Eris MickeyMickey by Roscoe Dogbone. 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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July Eris of the Month 2018: Eris Chaos Magic by bluefluke

July Eris of the Month 2018: Eris Chaos Magic by bluefluke found on tumblr. 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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June Eris of the Month 2018: Bouffant Eris

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May Eris of the Month 2018: Chasing Eris by Groucho Gandhi

Got my super-duper THICK copy of the Chasing Eris book by Historia Discordia’s very own Brenton Clutterbuck! Get yer copy of this wonderful book documenting one man’s world-wide travels to discover what’s up and what’s not with the Modern Discordian … Continue reading

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April Eris of the Month 2018: Eris, Goddess of Discord by EmanuellaKozas

Get a print copy of April’s Eris of the Month, Hellenic Mythology – Eris, Goddess of Discord by EmanuellaKozas on DeviantArt. Send us your Eris of the Month Club submissions (more info here) by using the form at the bottom … 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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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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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 Campbellā€™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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