Category Archives: gaming

WHAT GOES UP MUST COME: Confusion Contest ’75: ConCon: Fun! Games! Meaning!

Greg Hill relocated to New York from 1973—1975 and while there one of the Discordian projects he launched (under his Discordian persona of Rev. Dr. Occupant) was… The Confusion Contest or ConCon. As part of his official duties overseeing the … Continue reading

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Eris Gives The New York Times Magazine A Clue About The Principia Discordia

Over on our The Early Discordians facebook group page, Johnny Walsh posted a sighting of the Principia Discordia in The New York Times Magazine crossword puzzle: Johnny Walsh: This past Sunday’s New York Times Magazine crossword puzzle clue 50 Across: … Continue reading

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The Blivet and The Hodge/Podge Transformer

The two pages of images presented here called “The Blivit” [sic] were drawn by Greg Hill in 1965 and I would suspect were inspired by issue #93 of Mad magazine from March of that year which has a blivet on … Continue reading

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Chasing Eris: The Case of Steve Jackson Games, or how Discordianism helped the U.S. Secret Service inspire the birth of the Electronic Frontier Foundation

The following is a draft excerpt from my forthcoming book Chasing Eris. The book documents my worldwide adventure to experience modern Discordian culture, meet its personalities, and discover elusive Erisian mysteries. –Brenton Clutterbuck     Discordia has long been immersed … Continue reading

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