Erisian Herstory: The Discordian Archives Timeline

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

Here at Historia Discordia, we’ve be on a mission from Goddess to document the Origins, History & Chaos of the Discordian Society.

Hey, we even put this calling into the site’s masthead, so, you know, we’re like srsly Discordian zealots.

(DEATH TO ALL FANATICS!)

We enjoy this unique opportunity to have access to both Discordian Founders’ archives as well as other original materials. While Greg Hill and Kerry Thornley kept their stash of documents by very different methods, one Hodge and the other Podge, some clarity has been achieved regarding Discordian history.

Many New Old Truths have been discovered about the origination, growth, hilarity, and impact of Discordianism from this cache of source documents.

As such, we’ve tried to put a little sanity, Goddess forgive us!, on this library of madness:

As we glean new information and post articles about and from the Archives here, we include them into the Discordian Timeline, a linear year-by-year accounting of what was going on and when with the Early Discordians thru to current Modern Discordians.

The Discordian history is a murky maze and fraught with many Erisian contradictions, so we hope offering an understanding of its conception, history, and weirdness on a timeline will help every past, present, and future Discordian Pope better grasp these wonderful absurdities.

And yet more to come!

Check it out and come back for updates:

The Discordian Timeline



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One Response to Erisian Herstory: The Discordian Archives Timeline

  1. Jason Cullen says:

    fnord

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