Discordian Timeline

Items from the Discordian Archives will appear on this historical timeline as they become available…
 

The front piece to the original Paste-Up Discordia (aka The Sacred PUD). Courtesy the Discordian Archives.

—1959—

 

—1960—

 

—1961—

 

A young Kerry Thornley
in New Orleans.

—1962—

 

—1963—

 

—1964—

 

The Hodge/Podge Transformer from the Principia Discordia. Shown here is Page 00052 of the Sacred PUD (the original Paste-Up Discordia) where Greg Hill's drawing (we assume) has been pasted on with other elements including a quotation from The Honest Book of Truth's 'The Book of Gooks.' Courtesy of the Discordian Archives.

—1965—

 

—1967—

 

—1968—

 

—1969—

 

Greg Hill pictured at his 'normal but untypically clean hippie hangout' with Sister Deacon Iona K. Fioderovna and her daughter, Nancy.

—1970—

 

Emperor Norton poster that appeared in February 15, 1971 issue of The Rag.

—1971—

 

—1973—

 

—1974—

 

—Mid-1970s—

 

—1975—

 

—1976—

 

Photocopy of a mid-to-late 1970s photo of Greg Hill. Courtesy of the Discordian Archives.

—1977—

 

—1978—

 

—1980—

 

—Mid-1980s—

 

—1986—

 

—1987—

 

—1988—

 

—1989—

 

—Late-1980s—

 

—Early-1990s—

 

—1991—

 

—1992—

 

—1994—

 

—Mid-1990s—

 

—2000—

 

—2003—

 

—Mid-2000s—

 

—2006—

 

—2013—

 

—2014—

 

Cover page of Discordian Archives version of the 1st ed. Principia Discordia.

—2015—

 

—2016—

 

—2017—

 

—2018—

 

—2019—

 

For more information on the Discordian Timeline and other Erisian Events, check out my books on the subject:


Historia
Discordia:

The Origins of the
Discordian Society

Caught
in the
Crossfire:

Kerry Thornley,
Lee Oswald and the Garrison Investigation

The Prankster and the Conspiracy:
The Story of Kerry Thornley and How He Met Oswald and Inspired the Counterculture

Historia Discordia: The Origins of the Discordian Society

Caught in the Crossfire: Kerry Thornley, Lee Oswald and the Garrison Investigation

The Prankster and the Conspiracy: The Story of Kerry Thornley and How He Met Oswald and Inspired the Counterculture